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Useful Travel Links


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This being summer time and all, CharlieBlog3 has compiled the most useful and well travelled links--not sure if they are useful outside the USA, but you can check them out

HERE. I've posted the material covered, sans links, below:

Cheap Airline Fares:

Orbitz

Expedia

Travelocity

FareChase

SideStep

Kayak

Fare Compare

Mobissimo

Priceline

CheapTickets

GoFox

Other ticket finders:

Airfare Watchdog - Finds the cheapest flights out of a given city

Farecast - Searches flights and tells you the best time to buy

Last Minute - helps you find flight deals at the last minute

keep in mind these sites don't search Southwest

Bonus: Be sure to pick a good seat on your flight with SeatGuru

Bonus 2: Learn how to pack light at OneBag

At the airport:

Get flight status, airport delays and ontime statistics at FlightStats

Track flights at FlightAware

Things you should know about security from the Transportation Security Administration such as a list of prohibited items and a guide to the security screening process (for example: you can suggest a private area if you get singled out for a personal screening) You can also see security screening wait times

Get airport restaurant reviews and more airport food reviews

Don't want / like / need to fly?

Roadtrip!!

Find directions, the weather along the way, and the best time to leave at Trippish

Find offbeat tourist attractions at Roadside America

Get traffic reports at traffic.com

Find a radio station at Radio Locator

Find gas prices at GasBuddy

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