Category: Travel Tips

Top Travel Destinations for 2014

Whether you travel with friends or family, in a large group or on your own, for total relaxation or cultural immersion, traveling is an adventure that is good for both body and mind. And when you plan that travel with AAA, you are putting yourself in the hands of the best in the business. Our […]

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Refinance Your Car

Most people don’t even know they can refinance their car – and it’s much simpler and faster than a mortgage. AAA members can now save an average of 5% on their interest rate, and an average of $74 per month by refinancing their car loan though our partner RateGenius. That’s almost $900 per year over […]

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Category: US

The Florida Keys: From A to Z

From posing underwater with a scuba-diving Santa to painting with dolphins or sea lions, the Florida Keys are filled with quirky characters and memorable activities. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or regular, take along this ABC sampler of some of the best on this laidback chain of islands that stretches, like a coral necklace, 120 […]

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Category: Europe

Monte Carlo

An early morning haze that drifted in from the sea enveloped the magnificent yachts in Monte Carlo’s sheltered harbor in an eerie, quiet embrace. To intrude on this peaceful solitude seemed almost indecent. From our perch high on the cliff road above the sea, we marveled at the sight of this fabled city in the […]

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Free Falling in the Carolinas

Thanks to the Wright brothers, North Carolina became first in flight when their amazing flying machine took to the air in 1903. But did you know that both North and South Carolina celebrate other firsts in aviation history? Two adventurous women, Caroline Etheridge Hembel and Georgia “Tiny” Broadwick, were pioneers in their time, taking to […]

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Category: Mountains

Winter Adventure Abound in North Carolina’s High Country

You may not think of the South as a playground for snow sports, but a visit to North Carolina’s High Country will make you think again. In the winter, the peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains naturally provide the conditions ideal for snow, but taking no chances, ski resorts here are equipped with the latest […]

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The Personal Umbrella Policy: Protection for a Very Rainy Day

Umbrella policies used to be only for the rich and famous, but that’s not the case anymore. In fact, personal umbrellas are a standard purchase for most middle-class insurance buyers who have a realistic understanding of their risks in a litigious economy. Umbrella policies are a smart way to get a lot of coverage at […]

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Circling Cape Horn Fullfills Cruise Ship Passengers’ Dreams

Holland America’s ms Veendam sailed around Cape Horn on Dec. 8, 2012, the crossover point from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic at the tip of South America, a destination event sought by many of the cruise ship’s passengers. Most of the 1,200 guests aboard for a 17-day cruise travel adventure from Santiago, Chile to […]

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