Planning A Cheap Weekend Getaway Can Be Lots Of Fun!

The New Year is approaching and we will all be thinking of our 2012 holiday destinations. The New Year resolution traditions stretch all over the globe. Here are a few suggestions for travelers wanting to make a difference this coming year.

Also if your blog ends up really popular — you could sell your blog advertising space for even more money than what Amazon offers. There are plenty of corporations who will do this if you have a content rich blog where their product is a natural spin-off to what you’ve written about.

We kept a Read about my travels blog when we were in Britain last Summer and we found it was the best way to record our experiences. Now we have a complete, day by day, record of our holiday with corresponding photos. It is a permanent record of our trip that we can refer to any time. Far better than dim memories of what we did and fading photos in an old album.

Ask the hotel to price match. For example, if you find a similar hotel in that area offering $89 per night, but this hotel charges $99, ask them to match the price of the competitor to get your business. Many hotels will take you up on this option. A loss of ten dollars to get per night especially if that room was going Travel blog to sit empty for that evening.

The other part of that Graco travel system, the car seat, is VERY simple to place in the stroller and snaps in perfectly. You just secure it with the latches, and you’re good to go! Believe it or not, the stroller doesn’t even feel too heavy with it in. This combo is just amazing.

Travel blogging is a fun way to keep a record of your adventures. With a travel blog you are free to write about whatever you like whenever you like. My blog, Exotic Visitors, allows me the opportunity to write about the things I enjoy while sharing that information with the world. As your travel blog builds in popularity you can begin to monetize the blog with advertising.

Here is a magnetic direction reminder that I tailor-made to promote my travel blog Oregon to Florida. Now I give them out to my new friendly neighbors instead of business cards.


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