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Save Some Money While Leaving The State

Looking to take a road trip? Looking to save some money? Why not combine the two? Hertz is offering their “Drive One-Way from Florida. Base Rates as low as $7.99/day” program. Right now Hertz’s Florida lots are full with the last remnants of Spring Break and they’re going to let ... Read More »

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Table Talk, A Podcast Post

Recently two fellow road warriors and myself ended up in the same town one evening and as our conversations usually do, we ended up talking about food. Golden Rule BBQ Irondale, AL Felix’s Fish Camp Restaurant Spanish Fort, AL Sweet Potatoes Savannah, GA Dauphin’s Mobile, AL Wintzell’s Oyster House Mobile, ... Read More »

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St Patrick’s Day In Savannah

St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, for some a bucket list item, for others it’s the chance to wake the morning after feeling a wee bit green. We’ve highlighted some Savannah places to eat in the past, but today the focus is on St. Patrick’s Day. Savannah loves St. Patrick’s Day, ... Read More »

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Hey TSA, At Least Buy Me Dinner First!

Hotel dinner homemade quiche, smoked oysters and hot tea….. jealous? Well, it seems that TSA has once again gone and changed things up. This time it has to do with the dreaded secondary search aka “The Pat-Down”. TSA’s website outlines this procedure as. TSA officers use the back of the ... Read More »

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5 Tips For Mardi Gras In Mobile Alabama

I recently satisfied a bucket list item by attending Mardi Gras in its birthplace, Mobile, AL. When most people think Mardi Gras they immediately think of New Orleans. This leads to thoughts of  Hand Grenade cocktails and shouts of “throw me something mister” at passing floats. Mardi Gras Mobile style ... Read More »

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Do You Lock Your Luggage?

  Do You Lock Your Luggage? Most luggage comes with locks, and if they don’t you can always buy TSA approved luggage locks. Luggage locks provide a false sense of security and can be thwarted with something as simple as a ballpoint pen.   This has been around for a ... Read More »

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Graveyards And Mardi Gras

Graveyards and Mardi Gras, unbelievably, they go hand and hand. Looking at my pasty white skin and tendency to wear black t-shirts you’d think I’m looking to relive my youth by being Goth, I assure you I’m not. A visit to a graveyard can be a window into the past, ... Read More »

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Once Again Weighing In On Local Traffic

“Perception is reality“, I’ve heard this proclaimed in more meetings than I’d care to count, and I’ve heard it enough that it has almost become….. reality. The reality of Orlando traffic is that it can be dangerous, as we discussed last October. Earlier this week, I came across this Apopka ... Read More »

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Dumb Stuff You’re Doing At The Airport

Dumb stuff, we all do it and there’s no better place to display it than at the airport. For most, the airport isn’t anyone’s natural habitat. You’ll come across more strangers than friends, you’ll be subjected to rules that you didn’t make and oh yeah, plan on waiting in line….. ... Read More »

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