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Secrets for booking an affordable hotel stay - TODAY.com

Take advantage of these new websites and the power of social media to find a better deal when you book a hotel.<p><b>Getting More For Less</b><p>Consider buying your airfare and hotel room as a package from sites like Expedia, Orbitz, or Travelocity. A recent search saved 20 percent versus booking the two …

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Three companies we admire in travel business information

Lately we have been very aggressive on the legacy companies in the travel business information space, and our recent presentation “Building a …

Tips for Booking Summer Airfare Deals

Summer is nearly here, which means it is time to start thinking about booking airfare deals for beach vacations, visits with friends and family, and holiday trips. If you want to take a break without breaking the bank, use these quick tips to make the most of your travel budget and find the best …

5 Reasons to Go to Vancouver Now

Vancouver is a city surrounded by nature. There are few places in Canada’s largest West Coast city where British Columbia’s Coastal Mountain Range …

Low-cost carriers and airfares: Shattering the myths

The average true price of a one-way airline ticket has increased by nearly 30 percent since 2008, and the presence of a low-cost carrier is not an …

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Columbia River Gorge Trip Planner

<b>What is the Columbia River Gorge</b><p>Often referred to as "The Gorge," the Columbia River Gorge is an extraordinarily scenic region rich in recreation …

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Buying Airfares Cheap

It used to be all so simple. Back in the days when the peppy stewardess (that's what they called them back then) would pin little plastic pilot wings on you (or your kids), airfares changed so infrequently that airlines actually printed them on their schedules. You'd call your favorite travel agent …