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Tickets to Parks: - Buschgardens Africa Tampa Florida - Universal Studios Orlando Florida - Universal Studios Hollywood LA

Guide To Walt Disney World - All Parks.- good ticket price for Orlando - Florida Parks Info - California Parks Info - Corporate Discounts

zip code ... 32034


Discounted Tickets:

LifeMart - Water Parks and Discounts
company code: CHGHEALTH or FERA or NEFAR or FURMAN or CECOH or LOCKM or SOG13

Partner Code is AMSFUN


Receive up to 20% off the “Best Available Rate” at participating Wyndham locations.  To receive discount, book online or call our special member benefits hotline at 1-800-364-6176 and give the agent your special discount ID number 1000009114 at time of booking.  For online bookings, your discount ID will automatically be entered and your discount displayed. *Certain restrictions apply.

List of participating hotels and contact information.

Wyndham Hotels


Jungle Adventures – Christmas, FL

Monster-Truck Off-Road Eco Tours

wild florida airboats

Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park – Clermont

Plane tickets and transportation: - Plane Tickets. - Car rental. - Book a vacation. (Good rates and good service)

Hotel Rental: - Cheap Hostel - Car rental search.


Parks and Attractions: - State Parks and Forests - Looking for an Affordable Getaway - Hudson River Valley - Fotki PepsiCo Parka

It is open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. April-October and 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m. November-March. Free admission.
700 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY 10577 tel.914-253-2000 - karta parkov so statuyami.


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BUS TICKETS: - Megabus Canada - Megabus US

VIP Tours: - Fantasmic! Dining Experiences

CHG's Employee Travel Specials
This employee discount program offers CHG employees discounted hotel and car rental reservations for personal travel-plans. For more than 60,000 exclusive hotel deals worldwide with no added costs or booking fees, visit CHG's Employee Travel Specials.

Tickets at Work
Tickets to sporting events, Broadway shows and much more. For the latest discounts, go online to and use the company code: CHGHEALTH. Order tickets online or call 800.331.6483 and provide the required company code.

Wild at Work
Discounts on FTD floral, Disneyland passes, Universal Studios admission, and much more. To take advantage of these discounts and check out all of the special offers currently available, you will need to register with Wild at Work. Here's how to register:

  1. Go to and click on New User Signup.
  2. When prompted, type in the company name "CHG Healthcare Services" and click SUBMIT.
  3. Complete the short registration form. The company zip code is 84121 even if you aren't in Utah.
  4. After submitting the information, you will receive a password via e-mail.
  5. Use your e-mail address and new password to log on to the site.

10 Tips for Families
Avoid the ups and downs of a roller coaster vacation with these 10 tips for families visiting an amusement park. Believe it or not, your vacation can be as relaxing as it is memorable.
Stay on property. If you're not day tripping, consider staying at the park's own hotel. Many park hotels and resorts offer early morning or late evening hours just for guests—or offer quick passes so you can skip longer lines at popular rides.
Catch a free ride. Park resorts and near-to-the-park hotels often offer free transportation to the park so you can avoid paying for parking. Bring a shuttle schedule with you (along with your hotel's phone number) and plan your day accordingly.
Make a favorites list. It's hard to "do it all." Ask children to make a favorites' list of their top 5 favorites (many will overlap). As the day progresses, have them "check off" their list. They'll be happy, satisfied, and have nothing to complain about when the day is done.
Bring water. Bringing bottled water to the park is doubly refreshing: you can avoid the high cost of bottled water in the park, and you'll always have a cold (and sugar-free) drink ready when you need it. Freeze water bottles and drink them as they melt, but beware of condensation inside your handbag.
Advance to "go." Just like in board games, a quick pass will allow you to bypass longer lines at popular rides. If there's a consensus on the "favorites" list, go to that ride early to obtain a pass then plan to return at your scheduled time. Quick pass rules vary from park to park (some charge for the pass) so take a few moments to read and understand how the passes work.
Swim against the tide. Once inside the park, crowds often head toward the nearest ride first. Avoid this temptation and begin your day at the rear of the park. "Working back to front," you'll experience shorter lines early in the morning and later in the evening.
Take a siesta. It's easy for little kids to get over-excited (or over-heated). Catch your free transportation back to the hotel for a nap and a refreshing dip in the pool. Then return to the park later in the day when it's cooler and the crowds have thinned.
Time your rides. Avoid the heat of the day by riding outdoor rides (roller coasters, etc.) in the morning or evening, and indoor rides (simulators, shows, etc.) between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. No matter what, wear sunscreen.
Time your meals. The crowds will typically have lunch between 11 a.m and 2 p.m. and dinner between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Enjoy shorter lines during those periods by eating early or late, or with wholesome snacks (like an apple or granola bar).
Come back for more. Often with a full-fare admission ticket, parks will allow for a return visit the next day (or many days throughout the year). Or for a small charge, you may be able to add a second day to your ticket. Inquire at the Guest Relations window. Two leisurely days at a park is always more enjoyable than one rushed day. This is a vacation, right?

• The massive Vegas Strip hotels look positively Lilliputian from the top of the Stratosphere Tower , the tallest freestanding tower in the U.S. If your stomach's made of steel, take a spin on the tower-top Insanity—The Ride. 

• Vegas also has the tallest observation wheel in the world. Spend a half-hour riding the High Roller . 

• The “Ocean's Eleven” crew celebrated its successful Bellagio heist in front of the resort's dancing fountains—a signature Strip spectacle choreographed to lights and music. After “Luck Be a Lady” ends with a splash, head inside to smell the flowers at the Bellagio Conservatory, a botanical display that changes its whimsical theme with the seasons and often takes a Lewis Carroll-esque turn down the rabbit hole. 

• CityCenter Las Vegas brings contemporary architecture to the often-cartoonish Strip. Aesthetically speaking, this complex of buildings (three hotels and an exclusive residential tower) couldn't be further from outlandish Arthurian castles and chlorinated Venetian canals. Wander through crazy-expensive The Shops at Crystals mall and sleek ARIA Resort & Casino and decide for yourself if that's a good thing. 

• The original heart of town beats under a 90-foot-high canopy embedded with 12.5 million LED lights. Fremont Street Experience shows feature eye-popping animation synchronized to music (tunes range from the Doors to Dean Martin) and run nightly on the hour from dusk to midnight. 

• Everything from all-you-can-eat crab legs to Middle Eastern barbecue to cheesecake will threaten that taut belly at a Vegas buffet. At the gourmet high end ($40 and up) are the super spreads at the Wynn Las Vegas , Caesars Palace and Bellagio. 

• In the 1960s, mile-high marquee letters spelled out names like Sinatra, Liberace and Newton. Nowadays high-tech production shows rule the Strip. If you can't score seats for Cirque du Soleil's “The Beatles LOVE” show at The Mirage , try “Zumanity” atNew York-New York or “Mystère” at Treasure Island Hotel & Casino . 

• Hit the casinos and roll the bones, lay chips on double-zeros or put big money on a football game. Las Vegas will thank you—or perhaps wish you'd never come to town. The downtown joints offer lower minimum bets and slightly better payout rates. If you want the full Strip casino experience, try the plush gaming floor at Encore Las Vegas . 

• Jackpots come in handy at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, the once-anonymous establishment that's become a Vegas shopping sensation since “Pawn Stars” premiered on the History Channel. Fans will likely recognize some of the merchandise—from Civil War muskets to Muhammad Ali memorabilia—the “stars” have bought from customers. 

• Revisit the days of Vegas wise guys, and the Feds lookin' to “pinch” them, at The Mob Museum, National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement . 

• Pull a little black dress or designer dress shirt off the boutique rack and strut your stuff at a Strip nightclub. Tao at The Venetian and XS at Encore Las Vegas are currently hot. And there's always the chance you'll see a celebutante behaving scandalously. 

• Check out the Strip's free entertainment. The 50-foot-high faux volcano in front of The Mirage erupts nightly on the hour from 6 to 11. 

• Perhaps the most essential of all Sin City experiences is simply walking down the Las Vegas Strip at night and feasting your eyes on what is arguably the most dazzling display of neon and LED lights on the planet.