Is it better to stay at a fabulous hotel – so nice that you never feel like getting out to see the sites? Or is cheaper and still clean better so as to force you outside?
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It has been prophesied before, but might we actually now be approaching the end times of frequent flyer programs?
If you want to achieve the closest approximation to what Mark Twain experienced when he visited Kilauea in 1866, you might have to travel to the Congo or Ethiopia. But there are several other active volcanoes also worth exploring.
A discussion about hotel check-out etiquette that is more involved and intricate than one might have thought possible. And two product ideas that could resolve check-out dilemmas once and for all.
Prepare yourself for an unlikely tale of hope, of inspiration, and of almost limitless possibilities. Why “unlikely”? Because it’s based in Warsaw, Poland – in January.
It’s enlightening and eye-opening to read how different people rely on such radically different methods to decide where to take their next trip. Reading others’ travel-decision methods might just cause you to re-evaluate your own.
When does an impossible to answer question lead to a great discussion? When the question is, “Which three countries in Europe should I visit?”
TravBuddy members discuss when they took their first solo trips, and how those trips impacted the remainder of their lives. Join them on a journey of re-discovery.
We travel to see temples, cathedrals, natural wonders, ancient ruins … to collect miles, to eat at a particular restaurant, to stay at a destination hotel. But how many staircases do you have on your “must visit” checklists?
Have your travels to far off lands caused you to overlook the attractions that surround your home? Or are you pretty good about visiting the local attractions, and even just wandering around the neighborhoods nearby to sense the flavor of what life is really like in your hometown?