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Posts Tagged ‘hostel’
 

 
Brownies Hostel near Glacier National Park in Montana is an example of a hostel in America.

Hostels in America: Yes, They Really Do Exist

Did you know that there are hostels in America? I know that I didn’t until quite recently. When I travel in Europe or Asia, staying in hostels is a given. Even as I get older, I still prefer the price, location, and feel ...
by Jim Cheney
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The accommodation options on the island are rustic, but charming.

Discuss: What’s Your Favorite Type of Accommodation?

From luxury, all-inclusive hotels to a couch in a stranger’s apartment, there are nearly as many different kinds of accommodations as there are types of travelers. And, while many of us stay in a variety of different styl...
by Jim Cheney
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7 Hidden Travel Expenses and How to Minimize Them

When planning a big trip, most travelers have a basic budget in mind, and they usually remember to include the obvious things like hotel rooms, transportation between cities, food, entrance fees, and maybe even a little flex mo...
by Jim Cheney
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If you don't book ahead, you might end up sleeping on a bench.

5 Reasons to Plan Your Around the World Trip

Planning. Even the very mention of the word can get your run out of some travel circles. However, while some treat the dreaded ‘p’ word with scorn, I am an admitted plan-aholic. While I fully agree that you need to ...
by Jim Cheney
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The Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo, Japan.

5 Tips for Managing Your Budget While Traveling in Japan

There really isn’t any way to sugarcoat it: Japan is an expensive destination. From $40 hostel dorm beds, to insanely expensive taxi rides, it’s hard to find a good deal in Japan. However, having just visited Tokyo,...
by Jim Cheney
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