It’s that time of the week again, keep the dream alive and keep traveling!
Hotels in Europe can be quite expensive, especially with the US dollar so weak over there like it has been for several years now. We of course highly recommend home exchanges and other ways of getting free accommodations, but sometimes those things just aren’t available. In the past hostels were usually pretty basic and often solely full of younger travelers looking for a party. There are now some hostels that have many of the same amenities and style as some hotels, and this article discusses some of these up-and-coming hostels in Europe.
Shelley just went on a fabulous family vacation with her mother, daughter and grand baby. Using many of the techniques we talk about in our book, she was able to take a 10-day trip to California for only $33 per day which INCLUDED airfare and accommodations. Find out exactly how she did it!
No doubt that traveling to Europe can be quite expensive, but there are still beautifulplaces to visit where your dollars can go far. This BootsnAll article covers some great destinations that won’t vaporize your bank account.
Iceland is definitely on our bucket list, and here is a very easy to enter contest to win a trip for two to this dream destination. The prize includes two round trip tickets from any major US city, hotel accommodations, daily breakfasts, ground transport from and to the airport and some travel vouchers to use while you are there.
Have a great weekend and travel well!