Of course vacationers never plan for this to happen, but it can happen anyways for reasons beyond their control. Sometimes, the vacation you saw in the package turned out to be far less than what your expecations were. The hotel had roaches and dirty sheets, the beach was closed for the season, and the attractions you were told existed turned out to be tourist traps. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to prevent your trip from turning into a disaster.
Pollution alone is stamping out many of America’s top locations. Children and elderly people especially are suffering even from mild cases of exposure. Although there is no escaping air pollution in most of the United States, you can at least avoid the vacation destinations that have the highest ozone smog in the U.S. – Cape Cod National Sea Shore, Boston, Maines Acadia National Park, Philadelphia, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Marylands Eastern Shore, Washington D.C., Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indianapolis, and Lake Michagan.
2. Expect A Long Wait
Even once you arrive, there are usually long check-in wait times that of course weren’t advertised in...