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Pre-travel checklist: 24 things to do before you travel
Everyone knows the last few days before a trip can be hectic. Whether you are going to the beach for a weekend or traveling abroad for a month (or two, or three), it is easy to feel overwhelmed with all the tasks that need to be done. To help alleviate a lot of stress and last minute running around, we have created a handy Pre-travel Checklist.
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4 better and cheaper alternatives to hotels
It's no secret that I prefer airline miles over hotel points by a wide margin. The reason for this is that I when I'm traveling, I really enjoy staying at places that provide what I deem a more authentic experience.
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A step by step guide to using budget airlines and saving money
Budget airlines can be a traveler's best friend - or worst nightmare. But writing them off because you don't understand them is a major, major mistake. Here is our step by step guide to finding and booking budget airlines - and saving yourself a TON of money in the process.
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6 myths of frequent flyer miles
Frequent flyer miles have the ability to turn ordinary people into travel superheroes, allowing them to jet set around the world to their favorite destinations for almost free.
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How to use your cellphone abroad in 5 easy steps
When traveling abroad, one of the worst mistakes you can make is paying way too much to use your cellphone. his happens to many people because they think using their cellphone abroad is complicated, and therefore pick the easiest (and much more expensive) option. So, what are the two main options?
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