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Tired of revisiting the same old beach year after year on the
routine and always predictable family vacation? Do your all your
trips seem to bleed together in haze of souvenir shops, theme parks
and too much driving? It's time to get away from the typical
rotation of vacation spots and discover something new.
International travel might seem intimidating at first glance, but
there's a whole world beyond crowded waterparks and gaudy tourist
traps--and it's more accessible than you might think.
If you live in southern California, you've no doubt heard about next weekend's "Carmageddon," when a 10-mile stretch of the 405 freeway will be closed for construction. From July 15th through 17th, the 405 North will be closed between the 10 and the 101.
When saving for vacation, one of the most important budget items is the hotel cost. Luckily, there are many ways to save on hotel rooms. Try these tips to find a room priced within your budget during your next trip:
One of the most expensive parts of traveling is staying in a hotel. While you are going to spend some money, you don't have to go overboard. In fact, if you know what you are doing you can stay at a top notch hotel without spending your entire lodging budget.
Below are three tips, based on my recent experiences, which can help you get a better deal on your next hotel stay:
Get ready to pack your bags for the vacation of a lifetime!
Say goodbye to cramped hotel rooms and 'Hello' to luxury hideaways. Thanks to this week's Featured Store, you can travel the world in high style and get a true appreciation of your surroundings wherever you choose to adventure.