Budget, Destinations, Hotels

Affordable Stay at the Culturally Rich Hotel Bristol Warsaw

No Comments 20 August 2014

Hotel Bristol is an iconic Warsaw landmark that offers an inspiring, timeless and romantic allure to visitors from around the globe. For the budget conscience traveler, the Hotel Bristol offers an affordable stay in this city steeped in history and rich culture with a location at the heart of Warsaw next to the Presidential Palace […]

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Accessories, Budget

Book Now Pay Later: Layaway Travel

1 Comment 19 August 2014

Think you can’t afford to book a vacation? Think again. Layaway travel allows customers to plan and pay ahead for that much needed getaway and it’s becoming a more frequent option with travel sites. How Layaway Travel Works While each travel site will have their own terms and conditions, booking a trip will require a […]

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Jack Huff's Gatlinburg

Budget, Destinations, Hotels

Budget Friendly Stays in Gatlinburg

No Comments 12 August 2014

Thousands of visitors flock to Gatlinburg each year for adventure in the Smokies, art galleries, family attractions, and to enjoy the area’s stunning natural beauty. With no lack of things to do and see at this popular vacation destination, visitors will find more lodging options than any other mountain destination in America. For the budget […]

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Budget, Destinations

Prague Stop

No Comments 21 July 2014

Beyond the Charles Bridge, below the Prague Castle, and well into locals terrain, the Lennon Wall is an often overlooked tourist attraction in Prague, Czech Republic. On your next visit, be sure to stroll down the riverside to see this spectacle of art as it transforms before your eyes. Since the 1980′s, this wall has […]

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Budget, Destinations

Ultimate City Tours

No Comments 11 July 2014

If you’re visiting the historical cities of Europe like Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Jerusalem, and Barcelona, book a FREE walking tour with Dandemans New Europe tours and delight in wonder as the city comes alive┬áright before you. Your guide, an English speaking, often native of the city, will ravish your senses with stories, tales, and […]

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Accessories, Budget, Destinations

Cool Maps for Cool Places

No Comments 02 July 2014

Don’t visit Europe without the SpyMap. These ingenious pocket maps are the hippest way to tour a destination city and really get a feel for the way of the locals. Twenty popular European city maps are available, and new ones are being developed each year. Discover table tennis bars in Berlin, the best shoe stores […]

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Sam's Club Travel

Accessories, Budget

Sam’s Club Opens New Travel Portal

1 Comment 01 July 2014

Sam’s Club, the Walmart-owned retail warehouse, is known as a place to save money when you buy in bulk. Now the wholesale club has partnered with Tourico Holidays, an international wholesale travel broker based in Florida, and has launched an online travel service offering savings on vacation packages, flight and hotel bookings, along with other […]

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Budget, Destinations, Restaurants

Eat Here: Prague

No Comments 18 June 2014

Where can you find bagels, Philly Cheesesteaks, and a bottomless cup of coffee, in Europe? In Prague, of course, at Bohemia Bagels. It’s surprising enough to find a bagel shop in Europe, but paired with American burgers and select US “specialties” as well as traditional Czech foods, it’s amazing. Bohemia Bagels has done it just […]

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Budget, Events, Restaurants

King of Beers Tour

No Comments 06 June 2014

If you’re traveling through Colorado, or spending some time there, make your way up to Fort Collins for a free tour of one of American’s most well known breweries, Budweiser. Originally brewed in Missouri, Budweiser has expanded to five locations including Colorado, California, Florida, and New Hampshire. They’ve perfected their flavors with all natural ingredients […]

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Budget, Destinations, Events

Bitte ein Bit

No Comments 02 June 2014

Visit Germany’s number one beer producer, Bitburg Brewery, and taste one of Germany’s finest drafts. Bitburg brewery planted its roots in 1817 as a small, rural brewery in Bitburg, Germany. Then it went on to produce Germany’s first Pilsner style brew in 1883 and made their US debut at the World Fair in 1893. In […]

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