Adventure More, Worry Less, with Annual Travel Insurance

In the perfect world, every adventure you make is perfectly successful without any problems … but we know that even with the best plans you can still experience unexpected bumps. Whether it is a delayed flight, injury or illness. An unexpected family emergency

When our family went on a cruise to the Dominican Republic, we had many thoughts about what we wanted to do during our time on the island. One of our family’s adventures is to visit Damajagua’s 27 waterfalls where we can jump or slide the waterfall with a guided tour.

I do not want to miss this adventure for our family … but I do not want to worry that this adventure could cost our family money if someone was injured because our medical insurance would not. Can work outside the United States.

I do not like to spend my life sitting on the field when it comes to fun and adventure, so I bought travel insurance from Allianz so that I would have a sense of security and Believe me, I have been a part of me to make sure we are. Covers if unexpected things happen. Our policy provides medical necessity transportation to the nearest hospital or appropriate place based on illness or injury covered.

How to determine if your annual plan is right for you?
If you plan to travel 3 or more times this year, you can save money by purchasing a single insurance plan covering all of them. Make sure you read the detailed print and look for policies that cover medical coverage, delayed travel, lost, stolen or delayed baggage, car rental damage, and death or illness of family members.

Suitable for those who are delayed / scheduled.
I purchased an insurance policy from Allianz for our cruise within 15 minutes after the due date. If I would wait 15 minutes longer I would not have been able to buy it for our trip because it was too close to our day trip … I did not realize that the report Our News The journey began when we started traveling, not when we left the US. When you buy an annual policy, that is one less thing you have to remember.

Cover the adventure in your country.
The annual policy covers both the international and the national level.

24 Hour Assistance
It is good to know that you have someone you can call if problems arise while you are traveling. You can reach out to anyone around the world from Allianz’s worldwide support team, 24 hours a day.

Car rental
Save on next car rental because you do not have to buy through your agency if you buy a policy covering car rental, which covers your expenses if your rental car is stolen or damaged during an accident. While not required (applicable to residents in most states)

Lost / Damaged Baggage
You can have peace of mind knowing that you are protected if your baggage is lost or if you find baggage and personal belongings stolen.

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Find out which policy is best for you by comparing the plans below.

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6 Culinary Adventures You Need to Experience in Omaha

I always like to visit a city with an open mind and Omaha, Nebraska exceeded my expectations in their both culinary scene and their heart and passion behind each dish. They take their food scene seriously sourcing as much as possible locally while raising the bar in creativity and flavor. I’m sharing more about culinary adventures that you will definitely want to add to your list.

1. Dante’s (West Omaha)
Fresh seafood in the Midwest? These wood oven roasted scallops were in the water at Hampton Bay, NY the day before I dined and in my belly that night. Chef and owner Nick Strawhecker works with producer partners from Nebraska and beyond to source the freshest ingredients possible in season and the results are pretty fantastic!

Known for their Neopolitan pizza (that I ironically didn’t try), Dante’s also offers Rustic Italian Cuisine (that I did try) with fantastic wine pairings. (Nebraska Beef Carpaccio, Plum Creek Farm Chicken & Carrot Ravioli, Wood-Oven Roasted Scallops, and Carmel & Espresso Brownie) In addition to wonderful food, they have Omaha’s only Italian-only wine list with wines from each region of Italy.

2.Hand Crafted Chocolates (West Omaha)
You know you’ve made it big when you are on Oprah’s Favorite Things list! The Cordial Cherry takes chocolate to the next level in taste and artistry. Each of their chocolate covered cherries is made from scratch and hand decorated and they are almost too beautiful to eat….almost….but it is chocolate, and I’m committed to my research.If you are normally not a chocolate covered cherry fan, I invite you to still try one, but you will still find plenty of other artisan chocolates in other flavors and varieties. The Cordial Cherry is conveniently located a few steps from Dante’s which means that you can cross off two culinary adventures in one visit.

3.Crescent moon (Blackstone County)
Known for their Reuben sandwiches made from slow-cooked corned beef, pickled cabbage, Swiss salad dressing and 1000 islands, as well as our secret ingredient, grilled marinated rice with a recipe from the Blackstone Hotel. The famous is located opposite. If you love craft beer, you’ll be delighted to discover that the crescent moon has over 60 brewed beers daily.

If you return to visit again, you may want to go to the Huber-Haus German Bier Hall, located below the stairs, to learn more about the “Das Boot” with 2 liters of beer in a glass pan. Booting comes with rules to make sure you know what you are doing.

4.Coneflower (Blackstone district)
Our next stop on the food tour is Coneflower Creamery, known as the Ice Cream Farm, for raw materials from farmers in Nebraska and Iowa. They do everything in the house, including waffles, cones and even sprinkle Blackstone Butterbrickle. Is one of the more popular flavors as a nod to the Blackstone Hotel, which offers tastes in the 1920s made from toffee and homemade chocolate. With so many seasonal flavors, we recommend sampling a little before you decide.

5.Le Bouillon (Old Market Square)
Le Bouillon, located in the heart of the old market, offers French-inspired cuisine and comfortable food in a beautiful old building dating back to the 1890s and Niki de St. Phalle Tree. Hand cut fried with bikini sandwich thinking high roasted cheese .. .. The bikini is not friendly. But worth every bite!

6.Howard Street Wine (Old Market)
You do not have to walk outside to visit the Howard Street Wine Merchant after visiting Le Bouillon if you do not want to. Two doors are conveniently connected. We like tasting a lot of wines from around the Howard Street Wine Merchant. There are also special tastings and a wine club that you can join.

A Beautiful State Park in Michigan That You Need to Visit

There is much to discover during a visit to Ludington State Park. National Parks are a popular destination for tourists and locals. So what makes it wonderful? Glad you asked

Gorgeous view
Start with the view. They are incredibly beautiful! The landscape is very diverse, which gives you many options when it comes to adventure.

The beach
Water will remind you of Carribean, just a cruel joke is that it’s very cool. The good news is that you are not at the bottom of the food chain when you enter the water and you can ride a few waves without having a salty taste in your mouth after swimming, soft sand and you can enjoy the walk. Relax by Lake Michigan or climb and break down the slopes.

The route
There are routes throughout the National Park. You can walk through the forest or climb the sand dunes or do both.
There are plenty of areas for fishing or relaxing. Floating trips at Ludington are very popular. Many visitors start at the dam within the park and spend a few hours traveling, which leads to Lake Michigan in the pipeline that buys or leases at the park.

Memorable Sunsets
Sunsets by Big Sable Point Lighthouse located at State Park is pretty stunning. You can also watch the lighthouse during the day with a small fee.

Lighthouse
If you decide to walk to the beach lighthouse, Ludington State Park is prepared to walk for 2 miles each way and you can not drive directly to the lighthouse. On some days there is a bus that can take you to the lighthouse for a fee. You may consider cycling so you can get back to the campground faster when it’s dark. There are many great bike trails throughout the camping and you will often see the deer along the various routes.