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The holiday season is quickly approaching, and everyone will be thinking of gifts to purchase. Do you have a friend who is always on the go? A friend who buys her butter in France, Chocolate in Germany, and facial creams from Japan?
People who travel a lot are hard to buy for because they cherish experiences over trinkets. If you know someone who is always on the go, buy them something from the list below to assist with their travels. Who knows, maybe you will be invited to go on their next trip.
No matter how seasoned of a traveler your loved one is, having access to an airport lounge is a blessing. I love using Priority Pass when I have a long layover because there are snacks, drinks, and a comfortable place to sit away from the crowd. I’ve had Priority Pass for a little over a year, and I’ve saved a few hundred dollars with my membership and inviting guests.
I am embarrassed to say that I now own four pairs of Tieks! These are my favorite city walking shoe. The packaging that the flats come in is absolutely gorgeous, and the shoes are comfortable straight out of the box. I enjoy these soft leather shoes so much that I have them in four different styles: black, fuchsia, leopard, and taupe.
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For the traveler that is always on the go a gift card or booking an experience with Viator is the perfect gift for someone who is exploring. From winter adventures in Banff to skipping the line at the Eiffel Tower, purchase an experience for your loved one today.
I love using the guidebooks from Lonely Planet. Anytime I am researching a new destination. I make sure to go online and see what the folks on the Lonely Planet Message boards are suggesting to go. Once I decide where I want to go, (My next trip is in Toronto!) I go online and get an ebook or paperback to help me plan the rest of my trip.
From November 23-27 you can get 2 for one everything by using the code ONE4FREE. Be inspired by a whole lot less and start planning an epic escape or two!
Chase Sapphire Reserve
This credit card is one of my absolute favorites. With an annual fee of $450, this gift is the gift that keeps on giving. Benefits include TSA pre-check, priority pass, exclusive memberships and more. By paying for your favorite traveler’s annual fee, you will open up the world of possibilities.
What gifts do you plan on buying for your favorite traveler?
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