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Hostels, Youth Hostels & Cheap Hotels at HostelBookers

Hostels, Youth Hostels & Cheap Hotels at HostelBookers
HostelBookers prides itself on being the only independent hostel booking site that has NO BOOKING FEES! With youth hostels and cheap hotels in over 3,500 destinations worldwide, our aim is to be the number one website for backpackers and student travel, and every traveler looking for great budget accommodation. Whether you're looking for a cheap hotel in London, Paris or Las Vegas or a hostel in Amsterdam, New York, Sydney or thousands more destinations worldwide, we can provide a great selection of cheap accommodation to fit your budget and expectations.

Fairytale Destinations Is it a dream or is it for real? These places will make you wonder whether you step into the land of magic and fantasy or still firmly stand on the ground. With unearthly nature, unreal landscapes or fairy tale architecture, these destinations will take you far away from your humdrum reality. Picturesque Colmar in France, considered the most beautiful city in Europe, looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale. This tiny town in Alsace is famous not only for its magically colourful old town.

EMLE The online application for European students has now opened! Dear Visitor, Welcome to the website of the European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE) programme! Etsy Giveaways Kawaii Critters Zipper Pouch giveaway (Ends 02/24) Prize: Kawaii Critters Zipper PouchPrize value: $12Number of winners: 1Ending date of the giveaway: 02/24/2012Where it can be won: WorldwideThe prize is from: Stephasaurus2TheMax.etsy.comTo enter this giveaway, you can: Leave a comment, Blog/tweet/etc. about it, Follow newsletter/fb page, etc Click Here to go to the contest page! Posted by Crocheted Little Things at 8:27 PM Coral Enamel Charm Locket giveaway (Ends 02/23) Prize: Coral Enamel Charm LocketPrize value: $26Number of winners: 1Ending date of the giveaway: 02/23/2012Where it can be won: US only The prize is from: enter this giveaway, you can: Find your favorite thing in the shop, follow shop blog, follow host blog, etc. Click Here to go to the contest page!

Convert Word to PDF — Convert Word 2 PDF — Word to PDF Converter — Convert DOC to PDF Conseils et astuces de vacances : préparer votre séjour avant le départ Quelle est la meilleure période pour voyager? Renseignez-vous sur votre destination afin de choisir la meilleure période pour y séjourner : le climat, les jours fériés, les événements particuliers et les heures d'ouverture seront des facteurs décisifs. Un peu de lecture au préalable vous assurera de ne pas avoir choisi un séjour pas cher sur une plage indienne pendant la mousson ou une retraite tranquille à Munich pendant la Fête d'Octobre. Vous trouverez moins de monde sur les principaux sites pendant les périodes intermédiaires entre haute et basse saison. Comment gagner du temps de voyage ? Réservez les billets bien à l'avance pour obtenir les meilleurs prix et les vols les plus directs.

6 Things Airlines Don't Really Want You to Know about Fees Which airline is worst for fees? I'll get to that, but let's go right to No. 1 on my list of the six things airlines don't especially want you to know about fees: #1. Airline fees are worse than tattoos - they're permanent. Those drunken Facebook photos you wish you'd never posted?

Vacancies Join our team at twago! Are you looking for a new project that is both challenging and exciting? Are you full of ambition and want to make a difference? Then twago is the right place for you! Wanderlust Travel Awards 2012: WINNERS ANNOUNCED Who did you vote in at the top spots this year? Which country won Gold? Which airlines and airports are you happiest with? Find out who-won-what here... Back in November and December we asked you – the Wanderlust readers – to tell us about your year in travel. We wanted the highs and the lows.

Obsolete Travel Glamour - Deep Glamour: At the Intersection of Imagination & Desire The catalog for a Swann Galleries travel poster auction provides a telling record of the glamour of eras past. While many of the images still resonate, many others have taken on a wistful obsolescence. Some record once-exciting forms of transportation, once-exotic locales, once-luxurious resorts. - Living Bueno - How to Live Anywhere in the World for Free Skeptical Face Travel for free? This dudes crazy right? Etiquette 101: Tipping Guide from Cond& Nast Traveler on ASIA/THE PACIFIC Tipping expectations vary widely throughout the region. "In India, they'll run after you and scream for money," says Sandy Ferguson, who runs Asia Desk, a Georgia travel agency, "but in Southeast Asia they don't," even though it's considered polite to tip. The only rule that applies universally? "Always give the bellman at least a buck a bag," he says

The Day The Music Died: Car Trip Games This was one of AAATravelViews' first posts back in December 2008 but here it is again for any of you planning a road trip…. Growing up, my parents never put on the radio in the car when we went on family road trips. I'm guessing that me punching my little sister in the arm was enough of a driving distraction. (Sorry, Lyds!) Now, as a commuting adult, I couldn't imagine a single drive (even down the block!)

Money Tips for Globe-Trotters CREDIT cards and A.T.M.’s may have eased the challenge of spending and exchanging money on a trip abroad, but that doesn’t mean we don’t occasionally find ourselves in a foreign country, fuming in front of machines that have just rejected our plastic cards. Fortunately, American banks have recently begun issuing credit cards that are more widely accepted around the world. Here are some tips on managing your cards and cash based on my recent trip to Japan and Hong Kong. GET A CREDIT CARD WITH A CHIP Many globe-trotting travelers have discovered that American credit cards, with their outdated magnetic stripes, are not always accepted now that most of the world has shifted to cards that use a smart chip instead.

La XI edición de Scarpia ahondará en el mundo de la magia Condenado a prisión por robar más de 8.500 kilos de aceitunas en fincas de Fuente Tójar y Priego El Juzgado de Primera Instancia e Instrucción de Baena (Córdoba) ha dictado una sentencia, tras un acuerdo de conformidad, que condena a un hombre a ocho meses de prisión y una indemnización de más de 4.100 euros, acusado de un delito de hurto, tras supuestamente robar más de 8.500 kilos de aceitunas de distintas fincas de los términos de las localidades cordobesas de Fuente Tójar y Priego de Córdoba. El PP pide a IU y PSOE que "se aclaren" con el Centro de Visitantes "si prefieren diálogo o confrontación" IU recurrirá la concesión del Centro de Visitantes por "el quebranto" para las cuentas municipales El Ayuntamiento se reunirá con el Consejo de Distrito Sur que pide la cesión temporal del colegio Rey Heredia