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"Just because it's a great fare doesn't mean it's a great deal"

"Just because it's a great fare doesn't mean it's a great deal"

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www.globalgrasshopper Posted on: November 9th in Beautiful Places, Europe, Travel by Becky Padmore. Like this Post? A country of contrasts, Germany is a mix of age old traditions and forward thinking ideals. It it also filled with impossibly beautiful countryside, chocolate-box-pretty villages and perfectly preserved towns. An ideal winter or Christmas travel destination, many people choose to get a flight to Germany this time of year. Drawing from my many trips to this unique European country over the years, here is my choice for the most beautiful places to visit in Germany:

Europe by train: Five great one-week rail trip routes – On the Luce travel blog Train travel is one of the best ways to see Europe – the continent’s fairly compact so it’s easy to get around, and you can sit back and soak up the stunning views with a picnic. But if you’re planning a rail trip, most of the suggested itineraries seem to be geared up for Interailers on month-long trips. It doesn’t have to be this way though – you can have a mini European rail adventure too. Pick a region and a few destinations and get planning (the Seat 61 and Deutsche Bahn websites are great for routes and timetables). Or if that sounds too much work, here are five of Europe’s best one-week rail trip ideas to get you started. All of the routes are possible in a week, but if you’ve got more time then you can take things slower and spend more time in each place.

How to Use Frequent Flyer Miles: The Mega FAQ - Extra Pack of Peanuts The goal of this FAQ is to serve as a guide for anyone (from total newbie to veteran) who has questions about how to use and redeem their frequent flyer miles to book a ticket. I’ve attempted to arrange the questions in an order from the most basic to the more advanced while also keeping some semblance of continuity between the topics discussed. I want this to be a “living document”, so if you have any other questions I’ve missed or things you want explained, please ask, either by commenting below or by emailing. outret Take a break from hotels and resorts and get back to nature with one of these amazing treehouse accommodations that combine comfort with the thrill of being immersed in nature. Some of them are rustic cabins built into the canopy of majestic trees, others make for luxurious nature retreats, yet others are true architectural marvels with high-tech interiors and contemporary amenities. Les Cabanes du Bois Landry, France

How to Fly from the U.S. to Europe for Under $200 [Budget Travel Secrets] – North to South I used to expect to pay over $1000 for round-trip tickets to Europe. Now I’d never pay over $500. And one-way tickets for $200 or less are more common than you’d think. When we started traveling full time, our frugal beginner’s travel budget forced us to find the cheapest method to fly to Europe. And now I’m sharing it with you. How To Circumnavigate the Globe for Less Than $500: Wayne's Story - Extra Pack of Peanuts Posted By Trav Wayne’s Around the World Route Today, we welcome in Wayne, an EPoP reader extraordinaire who recently completed an amazing around the world journey using frequent flyer miles. A year ago, Wayne was a frequent flyer newbie and now, he’s putting together itineraries that would make any frequent flyer veteran jealous! Not only will Wayne’s story inspire you, but he’ll show you exactly how he did it so that you can do the same!

Adventurous Date Ideas Perfect for Summer Summer means good friends, sun and adventure. Its long days and longer nights are the perfect environment for those more adventurous date ideas. These types of dates are important for your relationship for two reasons. Planning a Round The World Trip So there is a secret to planning a RTW (round the world) trip that is pretty bold: the only thing holding you back is time. I want to help you make the idea of a round the world trip into a reality. Time is by far the most ‘expensive’ part of a RTW trip. The year or so leading up to planning, and the year of travel. It is not money.