The United States of Savings: 'A Travel Broad' On Vacation Deals That Won't Break the Bank

Summer travel doesn’t have to break the bank. We asked pro wanderer and OneTravel Twitter chat co-host Kae Lani Kennedy to share her best tips for finding budget-friendly attractions, favorite U.S. cities, and the best deal she’s ever snagged.

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7 Things I Learned In Europe During the High Season

After spending the past two months traveling around Europe during its high season, I learned a thing or two about traveling this continent when the rest of the world is too. Most experts will dissuade from traveling to Europe in the high season. It’s too crowded. It’s too expensive. And in many places, it’s too hot. Having traveled throughout many parts of Europe these last few months, namely Italy, Spain and Germany, I have learned European high season travel has its advantages and disadvantages.

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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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Do Not Disturb! 4 Ways to Deal With a Noisy Hotel Room

I’m sitting in my hotel in Pamplona, Spain and it feels as if the person in the next room is actually in the room with me. If I could speak Spanish, I’m sure I could even join in on the conversation. It is an all too common of a complaint and problem for travelers on the road. When you want to get a good night’s sleep, your hotel merely by its construction or location won’t let you. If you have checked into a noisy hotel room, here are a few ways to combat the problem and get some rest.

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7 Things I Learned in Italy

Of all of the countries that I have visited, I have spent the most time in Europe’s big boot, Italy. After studying abroad in Florence, Sorrento and Sicily, I grew to learn much more about the country than I had on short visits as a teenager. If you are off to Italy or planning to visit, here are a few things I learned about the country that might prove useful if you don’t have a few years to spend to get to know it.

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