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9 Tips For Couples Who Want to Get the Most Out of Their Vacation

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Traveling with your Significant Other can be an adventurous, bonding experience. Whether you are visiting San Francisco, Paris, or Bangkok, what could be better than a romantic getaway with the person you love most in this world? On the other hand, when you consider the long flight, expenses, and misunderstandings, it can also be stressful. This is why if you don’t work together and plan the trip properly, it can lead to serious conflict. If you and your partner are considering a trip, here are 9 tips that can guarantee success.



1. Discuss accommodations/major activities together
As you are planning your trip, you might have a certain idea about how you would like it to go. Perhaps you would like it to involve a bunch of water sports activities. Or booking a room at a small, quaint Bed & Breakfast. On the other hand, imagine that your Significant Other is not the water sports type or expects to stay at high-rise resort hotels with full service and a variety of entertainment options. Make sure these extremely important elements of your vacation are hammered out and that compromise has been reached before you start booking your accommodations and tickets to events.



2. Plan the budget together
Vacations can get expensive, especially if you are filling up your daily schedule with trips to museums, full-day guided tours, theater shows, and meals at fancy restaurants. This is why it is essential that you come to an agreement on how much you are willing to spend. As a tip, go online and search for activities that are free or light on your wallet. If your dream has always been to have authentic Italian pizza in Sicily or a 5-star French meal in Paris, go for it! But also be willing to settle for the occasional sandwich or some cheap-but-delicious street vendor food. Also keep in mind that lot of cities (especially in Europe) offer free museum admissions on Sundays.

3. Keep your social network usage to a minimum
There’s nothing wrong with posting vacation photos or writing a quick message in the morning to friends and family to let them know you’re having a nice time. But don’t forget that the point of traveling with your Significant Other is to spend time together and soak in the sights. In other words, don’t waste time scrolling through FB posts or tweets when you should be taking advantage of the once-in-a-great-while opportunity to explore the destinations of your dreams.

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