Enjoy Florida’s Hotels in Fort Meyers, Panama City, Gainesville and More

The post below was originally published on Leah Travels on September 9, 2016, by Leah Walker. Florida is always better in fall. The sticky days of summer have passed, the crowds are headed home, and hotels are offering huge discounts to lure in travelers for the shoulder season. Florida sees average highs between 75 and 90 degrees […]

Visit the City of Chicago and Stay in Rosemont, IL

The post below was first published on English Blog Montenegro.com August 2, 2016 by Montenegro blogger Rosemont, Illinois has all the characteristics of a small community, but due to its excellent location, which means only five minutes from O’Hare Airport and twenty minutes from Chicago’s downtown, the place earned the reputation of  a flourishing touristic and commercial place. […]

Hipmunk Hotels: Find Comfort in Wheeling, Newport, Norfolk and More!

The post below was originally published on Nomad Chick on August 10th 2016 by Jeannie Mark. It’s that time of year to travel and a staycation is a great way to save money, but still have a satisfying trip. If you live in the northeastern part of the states, take a chance on some off-beaten places you […]

How to Pack

This post was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on March 18, 2016 by TheHipmunk Traveling for a marathon? Great! Not only is training for and running a marathon its own reward, but choosing to attend a destination race is a great excuse to travel to new places. There’s just one caveat: It can be easy to […]

How to Avoid Getting Sick

This post was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on Jan 22 2016 by TheHipmunk Forget snakes on a plane. Worry about the germs. Research shows that air travelers are at a higher risk for infection than people going about their daily lives. Just how are illnesses spread on a plane? It comes down to two main factors: Airborne germs […]

The Best Inns in Tulsa, Grand Rapids, Columbus and more

The post below was originally published on X Days in Y on May 26 by Avichai. Are you riding across America’s Heartland on an epic coast-to-coast road trip? Traveling on business? Visiting some family or friends? Whatever the reason might be that brings you to the Midwest, there’s one thing for certain: you’ll need a place to […]

The Insider’s Guide to Conquering Comic Con

This article was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on April 13th 2016 by THEHIPMUNK. Another year, another multitude of Comic Cons to attend. Whether you’re hitting up the mother of all Cons in San Diego, cosplaying in NYC, or attending a smaller Comic Con in Grand Rapids or Amarillo, the following strategies will help ensure that you have a truly delightful time. […]

Hipmunk Hotels Northeast: Exploring Lancaster, Roanoke, Bar Harbor and Beyond

This post was originally published on The Next Big Adventure on March 29, 2016 The Northeast of the United States is a perfectly location to delve deep into the history that built this country, all while experiencing the conveniences of modern life. Step back into history and explore this country’s deep roots, all while enjoying comfortable accommodations […]

Hipmunk’s Guide to Landing the Lowest Summer Airfare

This post was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on April 12, 2016 Gas prices are down, the temperature is heating up, and travelers are inevitably looking to take advantage of both this summer. In fact, with all the sunny news about oil prices you may be itching to plan an escape of your own. […]

The Best Hotels for Exploring Literary London

This post was posted by the Hipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on Jan 11th. From the shopping at Selfridges to the culture of The British Museum and the history underlining every step through the city, there are countless reasons to visit London. But the bookworm’s most compelling incentive is the rich thread of literary genius woven into the city’s […]

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