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Sports Travel

Places in Europe to Avoid the World Cup

Reading Time: 4 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` You know it’s World Cup season when all your friends suddenly become ardent nationalists supporting a country and sport with unprecedented enthusiasm. Just last month the extent of their ancestral pride came in the form of occasionally baking Danish […]

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Pro Tips for Going to The Winter Olympics

Reading Time: 3 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` The 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are coming up soon, and if you’re a fan, we’re sure you can feel the excitement and anticipation. The Winter Olympics is the biggest sports event in its category and involves a vast amount […]

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Guide to the Honolulu Marathon

Reading Time: 4 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` Looking for some family fun in the sun this Winter? Head to Hawaii! The Honolulu Marathon, described as “26.2 miles in paradise,” takes place Dec. 10 with pre-race events happening through the week. Join fellow runners in the fourth […]

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New York City Marathon Events

Reading Time: 4 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` Have you ever looked at a map of New York City’s five boroughs and decided you want to run through each one? If you answered yes, be sure to check out the TCS New York City Marathon, taking place […]

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Your Guide to the Australian Open 2018

Reading Time: 5 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` Tennis fans: get your rackets ready! The Australian Open Finals are fast approaching. The tournament, also known as the Grand Slam, is one of the world’s biggest tennis events and it takes place from January 11-28, 2018, at Melbourne […]

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Where to Stay for the Taxslayer Bowl

Reading Time: 4 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` So your team is headed to the Taxslayer Bowl and you’re freezing at home. Jacksonville is probably about 70 degrees and sunny. Need we say more? Let’s head to Jacksonville. After you pack your jerseys, paint your signs, and […]

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Where to Stay for the Citrus Bowl

Reading Time: 3 minutes← Back to ‘Traveling for Sports: What You Need to Know` A bowl game, Disney World and New Years all in one trip makes for quite the trifecta. Well, that’s what you’re signing up for when you buy your tickets to the Citrus Bowl. If you’re up for the whirlwind, […]