I was recently asked by a reader for tips as to how to find cheap flights and I prefaced that advice with this post over on Grantourismo about how to decide which airline to fly because cheap flights might not always be what I’m looking for. In fact, for long-haul flights, my priority will always be … Read more about How to Find Cheap Flights
I find that a lot of hotel and travel apps are not all that compelling and not very useful, but the Small Luxury Hotels of the World iPhone app makes a good case for using an app instead of the website. When searching the web I continually get notifications on my iPhone telling me that the … Read more about Find Luxury Hotels on Small Luxury Hotels of the World iPhone App
While researching hotel prices for a story on Sydney, I discovered trivago, supposedly the world’s largest hotel comparison site. My first thought was: why had I not been using the site before. I had heard about the site previously, took a quick peek, but I have to admit I never spent any time on it. … Read more about Find Cheap Hotels With Trivago
I asked you in my last post if you used itineraries and, if so, how you used them. I loved your responses – from Michael who creates his own itineraries but is happy to be spontaneous if an exciting opportunity presents itself (like tapas bar hopping with a friendly stranger in Spain!) to TravelMuse who has … Read more about The beauty of a good itinerary: it’s simply about showing you a good time
Do you use itineraries when you travel? Do you rip out those ’48 Hours In…’ or ‘3 Perfect Days in…’ pages from travel magazines and newspapers when one catches your eye? Do they end up staying at home lost among your paperwork or do you slip them into your guidebook and take them with you … Read more about Itineraries: do you use them when you travel? Or do you simply create your own?