Today’s Great Travel Bargain

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Mark Twain, born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910, was a zealous traveler. His travels inspired him to write some of the best known to the world and popular novels and short stories, such as Roughing It, The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, and of course the favorites of them all – Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

Consider camping. If you’re really pinching pennies — or just want to keep your kids away from a computer screen for a week — pitch a tent rather than book a room. It’s a great way to experience the national parks. And even places like Disney World have campgrounds. You may even want to send the whole family to summer camp, which can be a great value vacation. See the American Camp Association’s directory to find a camp that’s right for your family.

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Hotwire is a good site for making hotel and car rental reservations. If you sign up with them to get email updates, they’re fantastic. I would recommend them if you’re looking for great prices on your travel accommodations. I have found them to be the cheapest. They offer 1 to 5 star hotel accommodations and you can get some real good prices on last minute reservations, also.

A fee of $100 is required to enter the Galapagos National Park and may be included in any travel advice that you receive. It is often included in the prices of cruises, for example, but you should ask ahead of time to be sure.

Keep a flexible schedule. If you are tied to your desk, taking off for a few days might not be an option, so if keep your schedule in mind when looking for last minute cruises. The more flexible you can be as to the departure dates and times, the more likely you are to get a deal you won’t be able to refuse.

Signing up with your favorite travel websites for their email updates will help you in the selection of your travel needs. They will be on the lookout, and alert you when something comes up that they feel may be of interest to you. Sometimes you can save on travel by booking early, other times it may pay to wait until the last minute. It depends on your time and schedule.

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