Motels: The First Priority of Vacations

If your job, like that of a fashion blogger, requires you to travel for a living, you may find it exhausting.  But, while many people are unhappy with such an arrangement, this is only because they have missed a small, but crucial, detail. They have been vacationing for a living without even knowing it. Think about it: every new destination leaves you with all this extra time in or around a hotel. So, why not make the most of it?

Preparation. This one word and what it represents change your boring business trip into a vacation. Whenever you have a trip coming up, do a little research. Find out what your destination has to offer, and plan to visit a few noteworthy location. Popular vacation destinations are as common as cultural centers such as New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, all of which have their own distinct landmarks worth checking out. You could catch a Broadway matinee, hit the slots on the Vegas strip, or take a tour of a Hollywood studio, just to name a few.

Wherever your destination, make sure to dress appropriately. Consider looking into a local forecast when packing your bags. If it looks like rain, bring an umbrella, but if it’s going to be warm and sunny, shorts and a tee shirt will do the trick just fine. Just don’t forget to pack something appropriate to your professional obligations!

Even something as simple as accommodations can drastically alter your trip. Be sure to take advantage of every resource available to find the hotel or motel that’s right for you. Many hotels and motels have a pool, free to use with your stay, which can be half the fun of staying the first place. And hotel room service can make the trip worth it by itself. When looking for a place to stay, consider Motel 6 for it’s low price point and excellent service. In the end, just remember to have fun!

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