Fake Traffic Jams on Google Maps, Regrets on Traveling Cheap, Only Well Behaved Children Allowed

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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Thursday, February 6, 2020, that we think you should read.

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9 Times You’ll Regret Being Cheap When You Travel. – I’m totally guilty of trying to be too frugal sometimes. Like, when Timmy and I went to Legoland Denmark and stayed in a cabin with no bathrooms. We had to walk 50 yards to use the toilet or take a shower. How do you take frugality too far when you travel?

An artist wheeled 99 smartphones around in a wagon to create fake traffic jams on Google Maps. – A gentle reminder not to put our blind trust and faith into a technology company. Their systems can be hacked or manipulated in ways we have only started to understand.

Here are 5 of the best adventure travel destinations in the world. – Something to keep in mind as you plan your next vacation. These destinations are pretty wonderful. I went to Costa Rica a few years ago with my son and loved it. And I’ll be interviewing someone for my podcast about Costa Rica. Subscribe to the podcast at WeTravelThere.com to be the first to hear it.

The Ultimate Sex Toy Packing Guide—Plus the Best Travel-Friendly Sex Toys for Your Next Trip. – If you’re getting ready for a trip with your special someone, make sure you take extra precautions when packing your goodies so that you don’t encounter an embarrassing situation at airport security.

The restaurant that allows children, but only well behaved ones. – As someone that travels with kids on a regular basis, I get it. Adults deserve a place to eat in peace without some out of control kid ruining their meal. My kids are pretty well behaved, but they’re kids. Even the best kids will throw a tantrum every so often. Plenty of adults do it and, yet, we allow them to eat.

Overall, it’s on the parents to be focused on their kids and know whether it’s a good night to have a nice dinner out or hit McD’s on the way home. Even then, plans can go awry quickly when you’re dealing with kids. Just show mercy to the parents. They’re doing their best and know that they wish their kids were acting appropriately way more than you.

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