I haven’t been to London in several years. I felt there were so many other places to go where I could probably spend less money and have an equal or better experience. However, I’ve finally come around to thinking that it’s time Read full post »
It might seem like planning a vacation is more stressful than it’s worth because of all of the costs that add up while traveling. You have flights, hotels, expensive food, a dog sitter or plant waterer, and more that you need to Read full post »
A trip to Disney World is often associated with a high price tag, especially for a family of four (two adults and two children). After all, flights, hotels, and park tickets add up quickly, and we’re not even talking about transportation or Read full post »
A lot of people think that travel has to be expensive, but that just isn’t true. Let’s take a look at a breakdown of how you could take a trip to Europe for only $1,000. Flights Many people think that flights are going to Read full post »
To keep true to my goal of visiting every Caribbean island at least once, St. Lucia is currently on my radar. There is something about the place that keeps drawing me in – perhaps the fact that I’ve never been there, or Read full post »
This past weekend, I stayed at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina for the premier financial bloggers conference in the nation, FinCon. Since I tend to love SPG properties already, I was fairly excited about my stay. And although I didn’t Read full post »
There are many lovely things that come with the onset of fall. With the leaves changing colors and falling all around us, followed by the end of one great American sport (baseball) transitioning into another (football), there are many reasons to enjoy Read full post »
Perhaps you wouldn’t consider a communist punk rock bar particularly charming but when you’re in Riga, Latvia, I assure you that such an establishment fits perfectly into the whole historical ambiance of the city. I didn’t set out to end up in Read full post »
Puerto Rico offers some of the best features of Caribbean islands all in one place. The entire circumference is settled with beautiful yet diverse beaches, yet you also have huge rolling hills, a rainforest, and the big city feel of San Juan. Read full post »
As a frugal travel enthusiast, I always try to plan trips where I have some control over our spending. But sometimes, I’m willing to forge ahead with travel plans that will surely bust my budget into shreds. Our upcoming trip to St. Read full post »
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