What To Know Before You Go: How To Travel Practically Anywhere

Whenever I travel, I bring along a good book. Here’s one we recommend that can help you save money even before you pack you bags and find out how to cope with false advertising claims of so-called beachfront hotels that are really blocks from the water.

How to Travel Practically Anywhere, by Susan Stellin, is –– according to her Web site –– “the ultimate guide to the sometimes overwhelming logistics of travel, from researching trip plans to avoiding pitfalls on the road.

“This comprehensive guidebook presents practical advice on the most useful Web sites, strategies for finding the best deals, and resources to help you decide where and when to go. It also provides crucial tips to make sure your trip doesn’t disappoint.” Check it out here.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on June 10, 2006 in Travel

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