Picking one hotel to suit all of your needs in a sea of (sometimes) hundreds can seem like a daunting task to even the most experienced traveler. Whether you’re traveling domestically or abroad, ensuring your stay will be comfortable is an understanding concern. Here are 5 Hotel Tips From An Ex-Hotel Worker, so you’ll never have to feel like you’re drowning in hotel hell again.
It’s quite clear that I’ve bitten off more than I can chew with my new-found travel blogger life merging with my day job. With that said, I’m excited to announce that I will finally be quitting my hotel job to become a full-time travel blogger!
My new adventure will include both International destinations and a full U.S. road trip. I also have a few new projects in the works to debut over the course of 2017 including consulting services, a travel store, and more!
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P.S. If you’re struggling with time management, make sure to check out my last post here!
Travel can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. My first solo trip was a 4-night stay at a 5-star hotel that totaled around $4,000 by the time I checked out. Flash forward to my 2016 trip to Costa Rica, which topped off around $1200 for 4-nights at a 5-star hotel. HUGE difference!
Whether you want to bask in the sun, surf the Pacific, hike a volcano, or zipline through a dense jungle – Costa Rica has something for everyone. Nestled between Nicaragua and Panama in Central America, lies the beautiful and welcoming country of Costa Rica.
On top of the wide array of adventure (and relaxing) activities available, this country could not be easier to travel to. If you’re American, then you’re in luck – I didn’t have to exchange a dime of my US currency!
Hey dolls! I’m in a planning frenzy with an upcoming last-minute trip to my first natural wonder on the world next week (YAY!!!), but I wanted to make sure to drop a line to all of you! With all the itinerary research I’ve done I was inspired to lend you a helping hand with your own itinerary planning.
If traveling makes nervous because of navigating foreign terrain, then Rome2Rio will change your life (even if it doesn’t make you nervous its amazing). This easy-to-use website makes getting from point A to point B nearly effortless. You can make vague searches for general information by typing in a city, but you can also be as specific as a hotel name or landmark.
With the simple press of a button you can discover every mode of transportation available in the areas specified (even how long it would take to walk) anywhere in the world, the average cost, and even train, ferry or bus schedules. Not only does Rome2Rio show you a list view – it also shows you on a map! As a visual person, the map view makes it easier for me to scope out the trip.
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