Five Tips to Make Your Flight Safe

Flying from one place to another has become more accessible and affordable than ever. This is primarily because globalization has had a long-lasting impact on the traveling industry at large. There are still many precautions that one needs to take to make one’s flight safe. Air travel has its perks and benefits, but it definitely comes with its fair share of problems, especially security and safety.

There are some essential tips, like getting a jet card, to make your trip in the air safe and secure. Here are five tips to make sure that you fly from one place to another safely.

Use non-stop routes

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Why should you choose off-site airport parking?

If we look at airports that were constructed a decade ago and compare them with those which are recently built, we can see a huge difference. The later ones are more up to date with the latest technologies and advancements. When it comes to parking, airports have large, spacious parking lots where they ensure car safety. There are two types of airport parking, namely, on-site airport parking and off-site airport parking. To find the best parking option that will suit your needs you can visit 

The question in consideration is about the benefits of off-site airport parking and why one should choose off-site parking when going to the airport.


Benefits of off-site airport parking

Off-site parking can be an actual time-saver for you during the peak travel days. It also acts as a convenient way out when the on-site airport parking is full, and you have got no other option left. Using this parking method not only reduces stress but has a number of other advantages too.

The primary and foremost advantage is that you can save a lot of money by opting for off-site parking. When compared with short-term parking and long-term parking, off-site parking tends to be the cheapest and budget-friendly option. Accessing the rates of this parking is also very easy as most of the busiest airports have them published on their website, or you can request information and get the details required. When it comes to off-site parking, many airports also provide travelers with transport services to the terminal. This increases the travelers’ confidence level, and they can travel comfortably. 

Another advantage is that parking your vehicle in the off-site parking area would save you from the time consuming and chaotic struggle in the departure area. Besides the hustle at the departure area, it also gets very time consuming for a traveler to park a car in the on-site parking. This is because, in the parking, you need to find a place for your vehicle yourself, and if you are already late for your flight, then this would only increase problems and difficulties for you. Airports with off-site parking facilities also provide complimentary luggage carrying services. You will not need to worry about your luggage or take it yourself or wait for an attendant to attend you. You just have to contact the off-site parking management beforehand and inform them that you’d be having oversized baggage, and they will attend you.

When catching a flight, the most crucial factor is to reach the airport on time, i.e., at least 1 hour before the flight. Usually, people get late as they don’t find parking or face extreme traffic in the departure area. This hustle can be avoided by choosing off-site car parking. Getting late for a flight or missing a flight is not something anyone would want.


From the above information and all the benefits mentioned, it can be assured that if you use off-site parking once, it will give you a level of satisfaction that would make you choose this parking always.


History of the Key West Lighthouse

The story of the Key West lighthouse is the story of two lighthouses, the first one was destroyed in a hurricane in 1846 and it was subsequently replaced by the current lighthouse found on Key West today. The current lighthouse was completed in 1848, survived the Civil War, and remained in continuous operation until 1969. It was deactivated by the US Coast Guard because it had been deemed obsolete and no longer necessary. In this article, we will tell you the brief history of this lighthouse, but if you want more information, make sure you check out the traveler’s review of Key West Lighthouse.

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Here’s How Weighted Blankets Are Helping People With Anxiety.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 275 million people around the world suffer from anxiety, which equates to about four percent of the global population. About 170 million adults suffering from anxiety disorders are women with the male population constituting of 105 million sufferers. Anxiety, if not well treated can completely destroy an individual’s life affecting their social life, careers, and health. A lot of anxiety sufferers have come to rely on medication and pharmaceutical supplements to heal anxiety. There is however another scientifically proven remedy that helps to heal many types of anxiety disorders – weighted blankets.

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What Foods Go with Caviar?

For most, caviar has an acquired taste. But even though purists, with their smug, sophisticated palettes, argue that it’s best eaten alone, unless you’re at a caviar tasting event, most caviar servings will come with garnishes. These side condiments aren’t just there to beautify the meal, but to give you options on how to eat. Check out some of these premium grade Iranian caviars at and some popular garnishes to pair them with.

Caviar Serving Tips

– For strategic reasons, caviar is usually served in its package; first because the beads are really delicate and could break while transferring it to another plate, and also because caviar absorbs the flavor of whatever material it comes in contact with. That’s why you’ll often find them on clear, glassy looking miniature bowls with mother of pearl spoons by the side. Caviar will absorb the taste of any silver it comes in contact with, as well as any side dish you put it on.

– The aim of the accompaniment is to enhance the taste, not to entirely mask, compete with, or overshadow the intense flavor and experience of caviar. That means try to keep the garnish within a respectable range of bland.

– Caviar is served chilled. Not room temperature, but very chilled, to prevent bacteria growth. So, your condiment shouldn’t be something particularly warm or hot.

This isn’t always stated, but Champaign, or some other really good wine (iced vodka for Russians) is a staple caviar accompaniment, so we won’t be recommending side drinks, just foods.

Caviar Pairings

Bland Condiments: these include plain bread (without the crust), plain crackers (delicate situation if it falls apart), boiled egg whites, toast or blini. The lack of flavor on these garnishes means the flavor of the caviar might be dulled a bit, but not compromised. Some people suggest pizza crust because it allows for a more piggish fashion of eating – good for when you’re not in polite company. Just make sure you plop a generous amount, but without spreading it, as you could risk breaking the eggs, and losing the flavor. You don’t want that happening anywhere else but in your mouth.

Moderately Flavored Accompaniments: you’ll be hard-pressed to find a restaurant that doesn’t serve caviar with onions on the side. The Russians are fond of eating caviar with potatoes, which has its own slight flavor. You can either have the caviar with a side of boiled sliced potatoes that have been chilled, or with potatoes chips.

Flavored Condiments: taking caviar’s all about what your palette loves, and if you think the taste comes on too strong, you might prefer a slightly more flavored side dish. Cheap caviar might also need to be enhanced, so you might want a flavored side dish as well. You can have a potato latke, a small dollop of sour cream or lemon juice, with some onions if you want. Egg yolks also fall into this category.

Having seen the different garnishes for caviar, we have to point out that if you can afford to regularly eat caviar, then you really don’t have to apologize for how you like it. So those sophisticated people who look down on anyone “mucking” up the taste of caviar and shove it.

One Day in Verona, Things to Do and See

Verona Italy

Verona is a city in the north of Italy in the Veneto region. It is the second largest city in this area, after Venice. It is situated between meandering Adige River. If you have a chance to visit it at least for a day, make sure to do so. Verona parking is well organized and you won’t have a problem if you are visiting by car.

Verona is a city of love. Famously known for Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” and medieval old buildings, Verona will steal your heart.

We have listed places you must see in this beautiful city.

Verona Arena in Piazza Bra

Verona Arena in Piazza Bra

Piazza Bra is the biggest piazza in Verona and some would even say in the whole country. Close to Verona Arena, you will find Gran Gaudia which was the first building in the southern part of this piazza. Also, here it’s where Verona’s town hall is, Palazzo Barbieri.

Verona Arena is an amphitheater build more than 2,000 years ago. It is very well preserved and can host 22,000 people today. The arena could seat 30,000 people and was a place for shows and games which would gather spectators from every part of the country. The Arena is still used for large-scale opera performances. This spectacular building is something you don’t want to miss while visiting.

Juliet’s house

Verona Juliet's house

Thousands of tourists visit Juliet’s house every year. It is believed that this is the balcony from which Juliet could talk to Romeo and the place where they declared their love to each other. In the small courtyard, you will also find Juliet’s statue.

Before entering the courtyard, there are walls filled with chewing gum and love letters and wishes people have posted for good luck in love. If you are a romantic person, you will enjoy this place.

Here you can find out more about Juliet’s house.


Verona Castelvecchio

Or “Old Castle” was built between 1354 and 1376 by Della Scala family. It was an important military construction and today is a museum. The bridge on the Adige River is a part of the construction. The bridge is a great place to enjoy fantastic views of the river and the city.

From Romanesque and Gothic sculptures to the art collections you will be impressed. Here is where you can learn more about the exhibitions.

Piazza delle Erbe

Della Scala family Verona

The Fountain of Our Lady, a Gothic monument built under the Della Scala Family and erected in 1368, rests in the center of the Piazza delle Erbe in Verona, Italy.

This is the place to go to if you want to experience Italian culture and enjoy a cup of coffee. You will also see an ancient town hall, the Torre dei Lamberti and other buildings such as the one on the western side of the piazza, Pallazo Maffei. Torre dei Lamberti is the tallest building and you can visit it and enjoy the view from the top.

Every building in Piazza delle Erbe has maintained its facade frescoes. Here you will also see a fountain which was built 1386 by Della Scala family.

Giardino Giusti

If you are more into relaxing and enjoying nature while visiting Verona, you should head to this breath-taking garden

The doors of this garden are open to the public since 1591 and it represents a masterpiece of Renaissance landscaping. It is believed Mozart and Goethe would come to this garden to get inspiration from.

We recommend you visit Verona city portal to get more information on Verona parking, cultural events, tours, and the city overall.