8 Ways Your All-Inclusive Vacation Can Cost You Extra

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8 Ways Your All-Inclusive Vacation Can Cost You Extra

8 Ways Your All-Inclusive Vacation Can Cost You Extra

Nothing quite says vacation like sipping a mai tai under a palm tree by a pool. But having that drink at an all-inclusive resort could end up costing more than you expected. This is especially disappointing when you’ve made an effort to get away without breaking the bank. All-inclusive vacations, be they resorts or cruises,... Read More

How to Score the Best Last-Minute Hotel Deals for the Republican Convention

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How to Score the Best Last-Minute Hotel Deals for the Republican Convention

How to Score the Best Last-Minute Hotel Deals for the Republican Convention

If you’re still planning to attend the Republican National Convention in Cleveland next week but haven’t booked your trip yet, hotel experts say you’d better act fast. Just 24% of the city’s accommodations are listed as still available on Booking.com from July 18-21. The highest-rated available property is Stone Gables Bed and Breakfast, according to the site, which is... Read More

The New Tool That Could Help You Have a More Enjoyable Flight

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The New Tool That Could Help You Have a More Enjoyable Flight

The New Tool That Could Help You Have a More Enjoyable Flight

TripAdvisor is adding an airline review platform to its already burgeoning advice on accommodations, restaurants and attractions in 48 countries. The new platform includes both American and international carriers, so for those about to book a trip to Buenos Aires, for instance, TripAdvisor’s new airline platform could help you get a better idea of whether it’s worth it to pay extra for Aeromexico or... Read More

It’s Cheaper to Live on a Cruise Ship Than in These Cities

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It’s Cheaper to Live on a Cruise Ship Than in These Cities

It’s Cheaper to Live on a Cruise Ship Than in These Cities

Cruise lovers, rejoice! It’s actually cheaper to cruise nonstop for an entire year than to pay rent and live in many major U.S. cities. That’s the latest finding of a study by cruise search engine CruiseWatch.com. According to the study, citizens of Honolulu would save $7,518 per person each year if they went on continuous cruises in 2017. San Francisco residents would... Read More

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