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Mimi M Aug 31
Don’t know who needs to hear this but...YOU DON’T NEED TO POKE YOUR FLIGHT ATTENDANT ON THE HIP, LOWER BACK, ARM, OR ANYWHERE ELSE to get their attention! I swear. If we did that to y’all, I’m CERTAIN you’d be writing lengthy complaint letters to the airline about it.
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Sea Horn Motel 6h
~ Let your Bank know that you are traveling!
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Tri Valley Inn 12h
I didn't know that the world could be so mind–blowingly beautiful. – Justina Chen.
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Megan Jones Aug 27
: rents out apartments as well. Most of the time, for way cheaper than a small hotel room. Go to “accommodation type” to select specific style location. Plus every 10th booking is free. I accumulate my nights & take a free vacay. Plan smart.
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Comfort Inn Castro Valley 10h
The best way to get to know a place is to chat with the locals. Strike up a conversation at a market stall, the local bar, or in a coffee shop.
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Days Hotel Oakland Airport 16h
When visiting State Parks and Archaeological sites, be sure to follow the rules and regulations.
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Traveling Tiffani Sep 19
Speaking English louder does not make people suddenly understand you.
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Holiday Inn Express San Francisco Union Square Sep 19
Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit. – Frank Borman.
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Richard Ali. Sep 6
"When booking flights and hotels online enable private browsing. Travel sites often track your visits and will raise the price simply because you've visited before." - Yassmine Walt via Quora.
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Economy Henderson Sep 19
Don’t let that morning commute make you late for your flight. Plan to arrive 90 minutes before your departure time.
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🌎 Aug 9
Replying to @jasminexETH
- DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH if getting the cheapest deal is important to you. Follow travel pages (they usually alert you on cheap flights) Use more than one flight search tool. (I recommend Momondo)
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Rick Steves' Europe Aug 14
Replying to @RickStevesTours
You’ll walk with your luggage more than you think you will. Before flying to Europe, give yourself a test. Pack up completely and walk around your house or block. 🎒
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Aneesa Das Aug 23
for international travel. Take a business card from your hotel. If you get lost you can show the taxi driver and they will know where to take you. (Saved me in China)
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Hotel Mira Vista Sep 18
Bring a yoga mat to the beach. Lie on a yoga mat instead of a towel to enjoy its waterproof and cushioned comfort.
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Days Inn Lodi Sep 19
Instead of racing from one end of a country to another, or tearing through 6 countries in 6 weeks, get to know one region well.
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Villa 1565 16h
If traveling with a partner split up the locations of your credit cards and cash in case of theft.
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North Bay Inn 16h
When you’re planning a trip, don’t try and go everywhere and do everything – that’s a recipe for burnout and blowing your budget!
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Super8 Sep 19
A trip to the San Francisco can be quite relaxing as well as filled with fun and adventure, depending upon your desires and spirit. Check out our list of the best things to do!
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Quality Inn Hayward Sep 19
Be flexible with your travel plans. Keep an open mind when visiting a new state or country.
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Tag Along Travel Aug 28
Interesting. I always assume Uber or Lyft will be cheaper than a taxi. This research indicates it's a good idea to check on the location you're visiting.
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