Spring is in the air, and it won’t be long until school is out and the vacation season is underway. If you have yet to book your summer getaway then I suggest you do so quickly--before flights start to fill up and hotels sell out.
It’s easy to think of Orlando’s theme parks and attractions as reverse-ATMs built to vacuum money from your wallet. However, that doesn’t need to be true. There are ways to enjoy the parks without throwing out dollars every time you turn around. Follow along as I provide all-encompassing tips to help you save inside the parks without diminishing the fun.
With the summer travel season fast approaching, we know many of you will be hopping in your cars to enjoy the national parks, take a tour of our nation's many great cities, or at least to see friends and family. A question I often get from readers and friends is, "Does my credit card give me rental insurance?" Well, here's your answer!
I travel quite a bit (so far in 2015, I've flown 37,000 miles, or 1.50 times around the earth), so I tend to appreciate the occasional plush in-flight amenity while I'm in the air.
You surely noticed how low gas prices were this winter, and you're probably pleasantly surprised that they're still low. You might be thinking - this can't last forever, can it? Gas will probably be $4/gallon this summer, right?
Ah, the sweet smell of spring! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and oh, what's that? I have three weddings to attend this year? Cue the sweet sound of my savings account drying up faster than a California puddle.
Let's face it, international travel can be expensive. Even if you're flying on points and miles, you're still on the hook for taxes and fees at the airports that you fly through (which is why connections add costs!).
I recently returned from Palm Springs--once the vacation destination of the Rat Pack and other famous names from 1950s Hollywood. With Coachella and Stagecoach fast approaching, I thought I'd give you five reasons why Palm Springs is the best!