East Hartford, CT (PRWEB) January 24, 2009
Travel Insured International (http://www.travelinsured.com) , a leader in travel insurance, reminds travelers that the upcoming, long travel weekend of Feb. 13-16 is the perfect time to enjoy a winter getaway thanks to two major celebrations in three days! Valentine's Day this year is Saturday, Feb. 14, and Presidents Day is Monday, Feb. 16, marking two excuses to take your loved one to a romantic hideaway or a Presidential landmark, or even both on one exciting trip.
Below are suggestions for combining romance with a little Presidential history. Remember a Worldwide Trip Protector travel insurance plan from Travel Insured is the essential way to protect your getaway. Make sure that disruptive winter weather in February, a broken bone from an icy fall, or a doctor's order to stay home with serious illness will not turn your prepaid travel dollars, and possibly your romance, into past history.
Combine a little romance with some Presidential history this February:
- Visit the Hawaiian island of Oahu where President Obama grew up. The beach town of Kailua, where the Obama family vacations, is a hideaway for the successful romance of the President and First Lady.
- Visit President Harry Truman's southern White House in Key West, FL., the port that is also a popular cruise stop. Toast a romantic sunset at the town's southernmost U.S. point in Mallory Square.
- Get lost in the stars of Beverly Hills, CA, just south of Simi Valley, home of the President Ronald Reagan Library, its majestic Pacific sunsets, and the storied romance of Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
- Relive history at the Lincoln birthday Bicentennial at the Abraham Lincoln home and neighborhood in Springfield, IL. From Feb. 12, Lincoln's 200th birthday, through Feb. 15, 2009, enjoy concerts and programs with actors portraying Lincoln and other historic figures.
- Reserve a romantic dinner for two at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, after visiting the nearby estate of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor overlooking the scenic upper Hudson River.
- Book a New York City weekend with a visit to President Theodore Roosevelt's birthplace and home at 28 E. 20th St. (between Broadway & Park Ave.) Walk 1 block east from the home into old New York's most romantic neighborhood, Gramercy Park and the lush townhouses of Irving Place.
- Enjoy a romantic, historic weekend in downtown Boston with a visit to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Columbia Point, overlooking Dorchester Bay on the southeastern coast of the city.
Wherever you choose to travel this Valentine's-Presidents Weekend, bring along Travel Insured's Worldwide Trip Protector to make it a worry-free experience. Enjoy a romantic, safe and hopefully historic holiday vacation!
About Travel Insured International:
Travel Insured delivers comprehensive travel protection benefits ranging from trip cancellation and trip interruption to emergency assistance and Medevac insurance, travel accident and sickness medical expense, accidental death and dismemberment, missed connection and baggage delay or loss.
The company's travel insurance plans include its comprehensive Worldwide Trip Protector, the most popular travel protection plan and Worldwide Trip Protector Gold, an enhanced travel insurance plan designed to protect luxury vacations and business trips. Travel Insured also offers two travel insurance plans designed to provide basic yet flexible protection for families and budget conscious travelers, its Worldwide Trip Protector Lite insurance plan and Worldwide Trip Protector Lite Expanded insurance plan. Finally they offer a Medical Protector insurance plan, an Airline Ticket Protector plan as well as a complete offering of Group Travel Insurance plans including Student Group insurance plans.
Visit Travel Insured's web site at http://www.travelinsured.com or speak to a friendly, knowledgeable Travel Insured customer care professional at 1-800-243-3174.
Travel Insured International, based in East Hartford, Connecticut, was founded in 1993 by the foresight of insurance industry executive Peter Gehris when he acquired the travel protection division of the Travelers Insurance Company. Coverage is underwritten by Arch Insurance Company (a Missouri corporation, NAIC #11150) with executive offices located in New York, NY. Not all insurance products or coverage is available in all jurisdictions. Coverage is subject to actual policy language.