With the growth of the internet and, more recently, the omnipresence of social media, the opportunity to learn about your destination and to save money at the same time is greater than ever. When most of us search on Google, we enter a simple text phrase. But did you know that when you view the results you can also filter the results to see photos, videos, maps, and other items. This can be wonderful when traveling to new cities or countries, national parks, theme parks, etc. We have also discovered that there can be significant price differences depending on where you are booking a trip or hotel or car rental. For example, an airline may be running a promotion on its website for a car rental, at a price substantially lower than on the car rental company's website. Another example, when traveling to the Disney theme parks, there are terrific planning websites that are geared to the adults planning (and paying for) the trips - www.passporter.com, www.mousesavers.com, and allears.net come to mind. Local media outlets (newspapers, TV and radio stations, etc.) also may provide a flavor of your destination that might not otherwise be obvious. So for your next trip, just remember that a little research may help you save and enjoy a little more. Bon voyage!!
Blog Author - Ken Felsher
With over 25 years of writing, editing, and research experience. I enjoy sharing with my readers my love of working with content on a variety of subjects.
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