Updated: February 22nd, 2020In my quest to find the best travel shoes, KEEN was kind enough to send me a pair of Verona Mary Jane women’s shoes to review. Kuru Shoes Review – Women’s Travel Shoe Review Kuru Halcyon Shoes They’re cute, comfortable, and make excellent travel shoes. Learn more by reading our KEEN Mary Jane Review. KEEN Mary Jane Review – the pros Here’s what I like about these women’s KEENs. Keen Comfort and … Read more
We’ve written a ton about stainless steel water bottles; but as the school year approached I began to consider how I was going to transport tea to school. I would venture to say that the Contigo mug is the best stainless steel travel mug there is .… I would highly recommend these mugs as a gift this season for any traveler, student, or commuter.
Updated: February 22nd, 2020Best Travel Shoes, Travel Sandals, Walking Shoes and Hiking Boots – If there’s one thing you can’t leave for your next vacation without — it’s travel shoes. And given that, when traveling, you probably walk a good deal more than usual, it’s critical to have the best travel shoes and travel sandals. So, we’ve compiled a list of what to look for in the best travel shoes so you know which traveling … Read more
The trick here is that you can “game” the Priceline Bidding system by adding zones that don’t have hotels in your class (e.g., if you bid on a 4 star hotel, add a city nearby that doesn’t have any 4 star hotels in it) details at How to Beat Priceline Check Priceline’s Airline Statistics for the most popular routes to see savings (from Airfare Watchdog, Priceline Now Posting Bid Statistics ) Be patient…. (from About.com Priceline Bidding Strategies ) Priceline Bidding works best for 3 and 4 star hotels, not 2 star hotels and lower (from BidonTravel ) d
However, if you’re ever planning on visiting the country there are two other key things to note and they are so important they warrant a separate post…. So, when you head to Argentina make sure you either plan to visit the ATM frequently, bring US Dollars to exchange, or (and I hate to suggest this) bring Traveler’s Checks.