Put Our Most Useful Travel Resources to Work
Over the years, we’ve filed away many megabytes of useful travel resources, information and contacts. This section brings it all together to help you save both money and time, while having more fun.
I didn’t get my first DSLR camera until I was in my 60s. I was fortunate to have the help of a world-famous photographer. He recommended a camera that fit my budget, let me learn at my own speed and helped me take better pictures.
If you’re wondering how to buy a good DSLR camera for beginners, perhaps I can help.
Maybe in your young and reckless days, you didn’t buy travel insurance. After all, you were going to live forever, right?
But things have changed… You have more responsibilities, healthcare fees have skyrocketed and you’re carrying more expensive equipment. When you buy travel insurance, you get the comfort of knowing you’re covered should you need it.
Airbnb is one of our most useful travel resources. It’s a great way to get a more interesting home on the road and save money too.
But you’ve probably heard horror stories about rentals gone wrong. Don’t let that happen to you. Use our savings coupon for first time Airbnb renters and follow our 12 tips to make sure you get a great Airbnb rental.
Why settle for ordinary, when your accommodation could be spectacular? A highlight of our Amsterdam trip was staying on a houseboat in a canal.
In Berlin, our artist’s loft was 10X the size of a hotel room. And on a trip to the American south, we stayed in a perfect stone cottage in Florence, Alabama.
Before we visit a city, we research which museums and art galleries we want to see and then plan how we’re going to buy our advance museum tickets.
Use our tips and handy links to make the most of your time. With an advance ticket, you’ll be in within 5 – 15 minutes. That’s the way to enjoy a show!