Traveling with teenagers: How to keep them involved
Saturday 28, August 2010
Families with teenagers often find themselves in the struggle of picking a vacation spot that everyone can enjoy. But it is obtainable, as long as you know what your family enjoys and what travel options you have at your disposal.
Before planning your family’s next vacation, check out this advice from ASTA. ASTA members know that planning the perfect vacation is easier with time and good advice on your side.
“As a father of two boys, I know how difficult it can be to create a vacation that appeals to everyone, but that’s where your ASTA travel agent comes in,” said Chris Russo, ASTA president and chair. “Working with a professional travel agent can save you time and money. Travel agents work within your schedule, budget and expectations to produce an incomparable vacation experience.”
Regardless of travel plans, using a professional ASTA travel agent can save time and money. For information, visit TravelSense.org. There, consumers not only can find travel tips and advice but an ASTA travel agent in their area who specializes in a particular destination or type of travel on the Find a Travel Agent Directory.
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