Posts from July 2012
Here are 8 tips that you can use to stay environmentally friendly while you travel. And they can also help you save money!
This week marks a shift in the trends we’ve been seeing all summer long: shorter domestic flights are no longer the best bargain. Now, top destinations like Hawaii and Europe are starting to become more affordable.
Time to dig into my mommy memory banks and share some of my favorite airplane-friendly kid products; in case you are looking for some entertainment ideas for your own children when you fly this summer.
Major airlines have cut Europe fares by 20% or more for fall travel. Late Tuesday afternoon, Europe flights were nearly $1,000 from top East Coast cities, but by Wednesday morning these fares dropped.
Many people who visit Los Angeles discover first-hand the high price tag that comes with some of LA’s more popular tourist attractions. But for those not interested in amusement parks or shopping on Rodeo Drive, there are plenty of things to do and see that won’t break the bank.
Having just booked a flight to San Francisco from New York City for $600+ this summer, I had been wondering how long it would be before an airline discounts this and other popular, coast-to-coast routes. My wish has finally been granted in the form of a 1-day (more like a [...]
We have discovered some great value in business class flights and roundtrip economy seats for under $1,000 to London for the summer Olympics. If that’s too pricey, browse the rest our top flight deals including New York City and other domestic deals.
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- Travel News: September 13-19 (Economy Legroom, Unsanitary Seats, Space Satellites and More)
- $105 — Oklahoma City to Denver Nonstop into Ski Season, (R/T, incl. Tax)
- $264-$268 — Chicago to San Juan, Puerto Rico (R/T, w/Tax)
- The Harz Mountains, Germany: A Heady Mix of Culture and Countryside
- $133-$193 — Houston to Atlanta, Orlando & Chicago Nonstop (R/T, w/tax)
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