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7 of Europe's cheapest cities to visit

    Europe is of course filled with amazing scenic and cultural sights and experiences, but it's also known as by and large an expensive place to visit. Yet it doesn't have to be! There are still a number of European cities and countries where you won't bust your wallet on lodging, dining, entertainment, and touring, and here are seven of them - many, but not all, in Eastern Europe (and of course don't forget that in budget travel, a good part of your savings occurs at the beginning and end of…

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5 budget travel tips to save money on your next trip

You’ll finally have some time to relax and forget about your worries, and you're dreaming of your next trip to an exotic destination. The last thing you want to think about is your budget, but still, we all know that traveling can be expensive. If you’re reading this article, you’re trying to figure out strategies to see the world and enjoy your vacations without spending a fortune. And besides, who doesn’t like saving money? Especially when you can put that money to better use – like another…

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In Croatia, 3 gorgeous yet less crowded/more affordable alternatives to Dubrovnik

In June 2019 we travelled from Zagreb through the national parks and along the Dalmatian Coast to Dubrovnik. We wanted to see for ourselves why so many people flock to the city and whether it was as bad in terms of over-tourism as we’d read. While we’ll write about our experience in Dubrovnik and how to best visit the city (in a sustainable way) in a separate post; today’s post is about three beautiful cities along the Dalmatian Coast north of it which we recommend people visit to give…

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  • It's the debut of a new transit report at The World on Wheels. This time, we're focusing on the Dallas Area Transit System.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • our travel agent in Cusco Peru

    If you are looking for an unforgettable vacation, and would like to see Machu Picchu, Cuzco, or another part of Peru, we offer a wide variety of tours and packages all over the country! Peru has a diversity of destinations with different things to see and do. Peru is and has long been very culturally diverse, resulting in a rich history and an exquisite cuisine.  The country also has many different geographical regions and diverse climates.  Go ahead and look through our tours and packages to see what there is for you! Remember that you can personalize any of our best tours of Machu Picchu or travel packages, just contact us and our travel experts will help you plan the trip of a lifetime!.

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  • I haven't swung a club in 20 years either, since I got arthritis in my wrist. Love to hike, listen to live music, and take in some sports now and then, which the area has in abundance. Thanks for checking it out.

  • Like your practical dollar by dollar approach to this because Arizona can be costly. Also maybe it helps that neither of us feels it's important to play golf there. 

  • At The World on Wheels, we're always looking for ways to make our dollars stretch while still having a great time. Today, we're looking on how to do Scottsdale on a budget, even in high season. Does $860, all-inclusive, sound like a good deal for three people for three nights? Here's how we did it (you can do it for much less during the low season)...Scottsdale on a Budget.
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  • Planning Your Vacation Should Be Fun with a Capital “F”

    Girls That Roam Partners with Travel Advisors of Los Gatos

    Searching for vacations online used to be fun. That is until the options became overwhelming, prices changed never to be gotten again with a simple refresh of the page; refunds became a hassle, customer service was chilly and so many other issues that took the fun out of planning your getaway.

    Girls That Roam prefers the human touch which is why we’ve partnered with Travel Advisors of Los Gatos. The travel counselors have more than half a century of travel experience planning everything from solo to group vacations to corporate and business travel.

    http://girlsthatroam.com/planning-vacation-fun-capital-f/

  • Do you know what women travelers want? If you are a girl you might have your suspicions, but do you really know? To find out read Girls That Roam’s Women’s Travel Survey: http://girlsthatroam.com/grasp-women-travelers-want/.

  • Have a hospitality or travel business? Reach women travelers through Girls That Roam’s Travel Business Directory: http://girlsthatroam.com/girls-roam-launches-travel-business-direct...

  • Hi to all and thanks to include me in this group!

     

    I introduce myself.

    I am an Italian traveller and photographer from Tuscany and I started my blog www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.com as a way to share my own experiences and photos about many long travels around the world. Soon the blog become known by many other fellow travellers and it is now a popular site for sharing travel experiences and amazing photos of wonderful places all over the world. 

    Recently, following the increased popularity of the site,www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.com started a new section called “7 Sights of...” publishing 7 photos of famous or less known inspiring destinations. 
    www.edwhatamidoinghere.blogspot.com is now looking for truly skilled professional and amateur photographers and travel writers from all over the world to publish their photos and their stories, building up a larger community and offering a different and artistic point of view for new exciting places and destinations.

    I am looking forward to share travel experience with you all!

    Cheers!

    ED What am I doing here ? Destinations
    A blog about travels, travelling and photography
  • I'm breaking most of my travel rules by booking a budget trip to the Caribbean at The World on Wheels. Will it work and what will we find? Will it be a Dream Vacation or a Nightmare?
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