August, 2011

Samsonite Duffel BagMary Ray of Perry, GA says:

I am so impressed with this wonderful lightweight bag. This bag will be good for my cruise as it folds up after unpacking and is lightweight.

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Tinged with the zestiness of paprika and steeped in a history of being ruled by Romans, Magyar kings, Turks, Nazis, Communists and blessed with a will to be free, Budapest is a city that lingers long in her visitors’ memories.

If you are traveling in the middle of Central Europe, adding the city to an itinerary is a must.

Having a duffel bag makes taking the bus from Vienna or train from Prague easy.

The Eagle Creek ES3 ORV Trunk 25 Wheeled Duffel is terrific for tackling both paved and cobbled streets.

Budapest is actually two cities – Buda and Pest. Separated by the famed Danube River, the two sections each have a distinctive flavor and flair. Continue Reading »

Everybody loves a freebie, right? Well then, next time you need to freshen up your supply of luggage, keep LuggageBase.com in mind, because we might just have a “free with purchase”  gift to go along with the piece of luggage that you buy.

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The sirens of the open road are calling.

Respond enthusiastically with a luggage set, like the Samsonite Austonia 3-Piece Spinner, in the trunk of your car.  Each piece is easy to maneuver in/out and has plenty of packing space for two weeks’ worth of wardrobe.  Bring everything from pedal pushers to parkas.

The “A” in Alberta, one of Canada’s western Prairie Provinces, could stand for agriculture

Miles of crops such as wheat are seen after you cross the US/Canadian border at Sweetgrass, Montana. So are the flowers that give Albert its nickname – the wild rose. They bloom from late May to early August. Continue Reading »

Gear up for School or The Final Trip of the Summer

The start of the school year is fast approaching, much to the chagrin of kids everywhere, most of whom are firmly entrenched in the sleep-in-late-then-hang-out-all-day mindset and are in no condition to be stuck in a classroom for 6 hours per day. However, you can take some of the sting out of the back-to-school experience by equipping your student with a state-of-the-art backpack from Oakley, Eagle Creek, High Sierra, Jansport and many others!
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OBX means one thing to beach lovers – the Outer Banks.

Where Native Americans, English settlers and notorious pirates once trod, beachcombers’ flip-flops now walk.

Speaking of flip-flips, plenty can be packed in a duffel bag like the Sherpani Jetta Duffel Bag, along with other beach vacation necessities.

The Outer Banks’ lighthouses lining the barrier islands off the North Carolina coastline are among its most enduring images.

Come travel with us as we tour these illuminating attractions.

Built the farthest north, the Currituck Beach Light Station in Corolla was constructed in 1875.  Unlike other lighthouses down south with their black and white patterns, this still active facility was constructed of red bricks.  Open from Easter to Thanksgiving weekend, this lighthouse will reward you with an outstanding view after a hike up 214 steps. Continue Reading »

Send your kids back to school in style, without breaking the bank!

Take Advantage of this Weekend’s Back to School Event We’re trimming back the cost of gearing up to send the kids back to school! Ends 8/8.
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Daibutsu-den-Hall-Credit-Linda-J-BottjerSteeped in centuries of Japanese history, the city of Nara can make a profound impression on her visitors with a trip that lasts several days or just a few hours.

Nara is easily reached from both Osaka and Kyoto via rail, so include an overnight trip in your itinerary.

As Japanese trains are often crowded you will want to travel light – but not forgo style.

Leather luggage always makes a classic statement, and the Piel Checkpoint Friendly Brief/Overnighter is a perfect choice.  The bag is big enough to pack a couple of changes of clothes with two outside front zip-pockets that make finding guide books a snap. Continue Reading »