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Here are some helpful travel links to aid in your journeys. 


Barnes & Noble

Shop for travel guides, maps and material to make your journey more memorable. Find a good read, take an audio book onyour next flight.

Magellan’s
Shop for travel ease and security from suitcases and clothes to money belts and TSA locks to electronic adapters for hair
dryers and computers.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention – Health information to help you when you are going to be traveling

Weather – Great site for weather information around the world.

Federal Aviation Administration – Safety information about the aerospace system.

Embassy.org – Provides information on each of the embassies in Washington D.C. as well as Visa information.

US Customs and Border Protection – It has a responsibility for securing and facilitating trade and travel in and out of the United States.

US Department of State – Gives passport and visa information.

US Department of State, News – Travel Advisories

Time and Date – A great little site to convert your time and date info for when you are traveling.

Oanda – This is great currency converter tool.

Map Sites – The following sites are great for getting directions.
* Rand Mcnalley
* National Geographic
* Mapquest

www.independenttraveler.com – This site has a lot of fun information for travelers. We like the “interactive packing list” it helps you get organized showing you the 100 commonly packed items. You can check what you need and even add your own personal items. Your personalized list can be printed, emailed or saved on your computer for future trips.

www.roadsideamerica.com – Are you planning a road trip? Check out this fun site to see if you will pass by any “offbeat” tourist attractions on the way!

puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com – Use your own word list to create and print customized word search, criss-cross, math puzzles, and more. Choose words that have to do with your trip for your child to play on the way to your destination.