Celebrate Without the Wait! Independence Day Travel Made Easy

Oh say can you see…the massive crowds, skyrocketing airfares, and impossibly long lines that have become synonymous with Independence Day travel? We asked pro wanderer and OneTravel blogger Suzy Guese to share her best tips for dodging throngs of tourists, packing what you really need, and the best locations to catch the fireworks.

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5 Simple Ways to Cut Travel Costs

When you’re jet-setting across the globe, travel costs can take a heavy toll on your bank account. And dropping money on overpriced airline food and in-demand flights means less cash to spend in the cities you’ve been waiting ages to visit. Our own Tom Spagnola offers his expert tips and tricks on saving big bucks while in the air or on the road.

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Q&A with Chris Lopinto, ExpertFlyer

OneTravel's very own Online Marketing Manager Cleo Kirkland interviews Chris Lopinto of ExpertFlyer regarding the launch of their new mobile app for iPhone and Andriod. The app helps flight customers chose a better seat (or group of seats) on aflight if it becomes available. Find out more below.

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Mickey’s Empire: Differences in the Planet’s Disney Parks

When Walt Disney opened Orange County’s Disneyland in 1955, he had no plans for other Disney parks. Fortunately, Walt realized that the world needed a bit more Disney. Between 1963 and 1965, he dreamed of opening Riverfront Square in St. Louis, Missouri. The concept ultimately fizzled, but it did inspire his second resort – Walt Disney World in Florida, which opened in 1971. Twelve years later, Tokyo Disney came to life, followed by Disneyland Paris in 1992, and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in 2005. All of these parks are united by Disney magic, but each has a distinctive spirit. Here are some of the special differences in each of the parks.

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Our Top 5 Favorite Pinball Venues in NYC

Pinball has a long, strange, history in New York City. Although it’s a pastime that many associate with a simpler era, the truth is that pinball used to be illegal in many major cities – and New York was no exception. In fact, many legislators such as Fiorello La Guardia (yep – that La Guardia) thought it was a mafia-run racket designed to rob schoolchildren of their lunch money. This is especially odd considering that brass knuckles would have been so much more effective.

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