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    The Travel Experts – Tagged "Real estate economics" – Luggage Factory

    Real estate economics

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      Tired of the usual cookie cutter hotels? Are you spending a week or more in another city? Have you considered renting an apartment, condo or home for your stay? This can be a great way to save money, have more space and actually immerse yourself into the culture of your travel destination!


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    There are many ways to save money when traveling. Planning ahead is one of the most important things to keep in mind if you want to spend less on your vacation. Alternately, if you have the flexibility of traveling on short notice, sometimes you’ll be able to find a last minute deal. In Rome. Taking a picture. This happens. Seriously. I just won the tourist photography lotto. When you’re booking airfare, think about where you live and where you’re going, then consider alternate airports. For example: If you’re cruising out of Miami, sometimes you can find cheaper airfare into Ft Lauderdale (FLL). If you’re in, or flying to, the New York City area, check Newark (EWR), Kennedy (JFK) and even LaGuardia (LGA). In the Washington DC area you also have 2 choices: Dulles (IAD), Reagan National (DCA) or even Baltimore (BWI).