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All About Travel Inc.

Full Service Travel Agency since 1997

Sioux Falls Office

3801 S. Western Ave,Suite 103

 Sioux Falls, SD 57105

 

Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

 

605-339-8911

aat@allabouttravel.org

Viborg Office

113 S Main Street

Viborg, SD 57070

 

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

 

605-766-8440

Jodi Swensen

jodi@allabouttravel.org 

 

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All About Travel, Inc.

 

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Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8am-7pm

                    Saturday: 9am-1pm

                    Sunday: Closed

Phone: 605-339-8911

Toll Free: 1-800-390-6610

Fax: 605-339-0863

 

Email: lorie@allabouttravel.org

 

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I have 18 years of experience in the travel industry and a lifetime of travel adventure. All About Travel is where I started my career in travel planning.

 

Throughout my lifetime I have been blessed with the opportunity to experience many wonderful places, all lower 48 US states, Alaska and Hawaii, Canada, Caribbean, throughout Mexico, Costa Rica, China and several European countries.   I am a specialist in many areas, including Luxury travel, Mexico, Caribbean, Hawaii, Alaska, USA travel, Las Vegas, Disney, Europe, Asia, Group and incentive travel, Honeymoons and Destination Weddings and cruises. I enjoy creating a custom itinerary that will match your style and delight you with the wonders of your travel journey.  

 

"I often tell my friends and clients that I have the BEST job anyone could have! I have had the opportunity to travel the world, whether visited personally or through my research of destinations. I also have been blessed with the opportunity to meet some wonderful clients and assist them in planning some amazing trips. Travel is a way of life for me, I really do not think of it as a job it is my PASSION."

 

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

 Why do you need to turn off all your electronic devices before an airplane takes off and lands?

We've been taught to fear the interference of our portable devices and an airplane's sensitive electronic systems. And despite being told to turn off our darn phones, four out of ten passengers, it seems, disregard these warnings, since there's little hard evidence behind claims that electromagnetic emissions from devices can muddle airplane computers. Still, there's ample anecdotal corroboration, like the flight where a 30-degree navigation error was rectified simply by asking a passenger to turn off a portable DVD player. The issue is still being debated, so if in doubt, flick that Off switch. We might, eventually, long for the days when a chatty seatmate couldn’t make an hour-long phone call.

What is an electronic ticket?

An e-ticket is an electronic record that holds the information previously held on a paper ticket and stores it securely on a database.

What are some common items savvy travelers bring with them (that less-savvy travelers don’t)

Don’t forget a small power strip—ideal for sharing a crowded outlet in an airport, and a simple way to keep all devices close by once at a hotel. (Combine that with a Zolt—which powers a laptop and two devices with a charger the size of a lipstick—and it’s even handier.) Keep a photograph of your luggage and passport on your smartphone; lose either of them, and you’ll be grateful for the reference. Pack a scarf—always.  It’s like a blanket and has many great uses.   And since calling Nespresso coffee is an insult to baristas everywhere, the best in-room alternate is the Aeropress, a nifty gizmo that’s portable, light, and makes killer morning joe almost anywhere.

How do you pack a suit?

Don’t wear that suit if you want it to arrive wrinkle-free. Instead, heed the advice of our style editor, Jayna Maleri: "Hold your jacket in front of you, with the front facing you, and fold length-wise in half away from you (so the buttons are on the fold and the shoulders are touching). Then carefully turn one shoulder inside out, and wrap it over the other shoulder (you'll know you're on the right track if the lining is now on the outside). Then fold the jacket one more time, in half width-wise. Fold your trousers carefully in half (use their natural crease)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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