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These handy leaflets bring important reductions in price at places you already planned to visit or patronize. No matter how confident you may be of your own travel knowledge, you will always find in such books at least a few valuable suggestions of low-priced lodgings, meals or activities of which you would otherwise have been unaware. So true. For example, you could walk past the Covent Garden Hotel in London and not notice it. When the cab driver dropped me off there that first time I looked out the window and thought, "This is it?!

And in New York : Never judge a hotel Then take half the clothes and twice the money. Very good suggestions and I can truly say that I live by almost all of them when I travel, not 10 and 5 though, I love to eat.

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I don't completely get this one. Unless you are booking a Manhattan hotel from You can't go upstairs and inspect the rooms. Once you arrive at your destination and are confronted with a shabby lobby, you have no choice but to go and inspect the room or forfeit a night's deposit at least. This might answer my question Wouldn't showing up unannounced at any hotel with your bags indicate that you are a. Therefore at the mercy of whatever said desk clerk decides to charge you.

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Investigating beyond the lobby is not going to make you look like a savvy traveler at this point. It seems like there was an excellent marketing opportunity missed for Frommer's guidebooks, doesn't it? I posted his "great myths", too. He has "great truths" which seem to be rehashing points from the myths and the commandments. I've found that my outlook has grown to be more accepting can I say liberal without getting tomatoes thrown at me?

It's a whole lot easier to discount people because you think your way of life is the only way to live.


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  • Smart tourists welcome the chance to encounter viewpoints or lifestyles totally different from theirs', and find that such encounters are among the great adventures of life. Above all, the smart American tourist avoids making speeches or delivering comparisons to our own life at home. You can ask to see the hotel room assigned to you before deciding to take it. Any decent or halfway decent hotel will allow you to do this.

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    I totally agree with we always pack light and when flying only take carry-on luggage. It makes life so much simpler! So many reviewers talked about the beautiful lobby and then they saw their rooms I fly way too much with way too many "overhead hogs" Aside from a miserable lost baggage experience this last round of travel that I did, I truly find that checking luggage is more convenient in MOST cases. But I've been known to give it up to gate check too If you are referring to me--yes, I do make sure my carry-on luggage meets the airline's criteria as far as size is concerned.

    And, yes, I make sure that I don't exceed the number of bags allowed.