Picking out a place to stay can be a daunting task. While you might appreciate a boutique hotel for its unique design, someone else might be looking for somewhere cheaper with a more social environment.
You might think of the place where you stay as just another place to rest your head, but sometimes finding a place that fits what you’re looking for can make all the difference to your experience of a place.
Body language is more important to travelers than many of us realize. The language your body is portraying to someone in another culture can mean the difference between them welcoming you with open arms and being extremely offended.
Packing your suitcase could possibly be the worst part of traveling. The process can sometimes take hours, and then you still arrive to your destination with a bunch of clothes that don’t work for the climate you find yourself in.
Ahh the city of love, the city for lovers…the smelly city?
When I was 16 I went to France for the summer to learn French and had some reservations when we spent the final week in Paris. But I quickly learned that a lot of the cultural stereotypes I had heard simply weren’t true.
Famous speeches can elevate a mere tourist destination into a place of historical significance. Take a trip to see where these iconic words were first uttered and relive some of the most inspirational moments in American history.
You’ve been diligent about saving. You found the cheapest flight and hotel but the task of managing money is far from over. Don’t arrive home to find out your cheap trip ended up being not so cheap at all.
A wise traveler once told me that the moment you run out of money is the moment when your journey truly begins. There is plenty of truth to this idea, but a little bit of money in your pocket does make travel a heck of a lot easier.