Category Archives: Florida

How to get business travel for free (and still write it off)

First, I need to establish that I’m giving travel advice in this article, not tax advice.  I’m not qualified or licensed to give tax advice, and I’m treading a thin line in this article.  Even so, I want to share … Continue reading

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One Credit Card Application, Two Vacations for Two People

If you’re like the majority of people, you’ve dabbled with frequent flyer miles.  You probably have a small balance with one airline and you may even have a card that gives you miles.  Maybe once in the past five years … Continue reading

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Vacation Homes in Orlando

I love hotels.  I really do.  But when I have a big group and I can make it work, there’s nothing like staying in a vacation home. Any time we have more than two couples, I try to make it … Continue reading

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Buy One Flight, Get Four Free: A $900 Family Vacation for Five

Sheldon wrote an excellent post about the greatest gift you can give your spouse, one that won’t wither, or be consumed and then disappear – the gift of travel and the memories that come with it.  And if travel is … Continue reading

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St Augustine, Florida: The Most Historic Place in the US

In our recent Florida Roadtrip loop with free Club Carlson Hotels, I raved about the town of St. Augustine, Florida. Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously-occupied settlement by Europeans in the continental United States. Its history is … Continue reading

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