Location, Location, Location! Four Tips For Selecting a Hotel in the Best Spot

Most travelers consider a variety of factors when booking a hotel, from free WiFi to the quality of the pillows. However, exactly where you book your hotel can mean the difference between a good night’s sleep and a bad one. I have hotel booking indecision to the point where I often spend more time looking for a hotel than actually staying in that room that I spend days considering. To try and cut back on my time spent looking for hotels, I often place an emphasis on location. It is not always easy to know if where you are going to stay is in a good location, especially in foreign cities that you simply do not know. Before you commit to a hotel and its location, here are a few tips to help you land in the best spot possible.

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Wait, Where Was That Again? Tips for Recognizing Your Travel Photos

In order to get full bragging rights or just to keep track of where you have been and what you have seen, here are a few tips to try on your next travel photo shoot.

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Italy on a Biscotti Budget

Italy can be seen on a budget if you follow these tips, leaving plenty of money left over for daily biscotti.

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Putting the Travel Back in Business Travel

You see them at the airport and in the hotel lobby, frequently toting a leather laptop bag. Perhaps you are even one of them, the business travelers, those that don’t travel just to travel but rather for their jobs. The men are usually in a suit or nice shirt, walking around the gate with Bluetooth in ear. The women have on the classic pantsuit usually with Blackberry in one hand and coffee in the other.

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