Thursday, January 29, 2009
Allison Rupp worked at Yellowstone National Park's historic Old Faithful Inn in 2004. She admits: "Instead of vacuuming, I picked up some crumbs." Read on and share your reactions by posting a comment.
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Thanks to the more than 500 readers who commented on our blog question: Where are you going in 2009?
The responses make it clear that the recession isn't stopping our readers from traveling—and they reveal a few patterns. About a third of respondents are planning to visit perennial favorites in Western Europe, and 17 percent will take a cruise.Get the details
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Do you and your gang have yet to live down your experience at family camp? Not yet? Good! We want the video proof of the most hilarious and ridiculous time you've had going to camp with your kids. It can be milk snorting, a waterhole mishap, falling off the bunk beds—just show us what you've got. Upload your videos at myBudgetTravel
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Visit the happening—and increasingly affordable—British capital just in time for the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show in May. This Virgin Vacations package covers a ticket, a six-night stay, and airfare, from $799.
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Join the raucous Carnival fun—live music and parades of masked and costumed performers—in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, New Orleans, or Trinidad. These packages start at $170 a night.
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It's not only temperatures that have dropped in Chicago—hotel rates are low now, too. These packages include perks like museum tickets, dinner gift certificates, and free parking, from $100 a night.why they're a deal
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