type a trips is a luxury travel blog for the stressed out, overwhelmed, working professional with 2 weeks vacation a year who want to be told where to go and what to do to spend their hard earned travel dollars - wine, dinners, spas, luxury accommodations and sought after experiences - who don't have the time, energy or know how to plan. type a trips is all about creating the best possible travel experiences through detailed research, strategic decisions and organized planning. whether you have a type-a personality like me or have a go with the flow attitude like my hubby, type a trips provides unbiased, unfiltered tips and strategies so that you can be an informed, thoughtful traveler.
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