When you travel with a large group of friends or family, your biggest worry is the cost of the trip. To cut expenses, you may rent a bus for transportation, but what do you do for lodgings? As it turns out, there are ways to maximize the space in a limited number of hotel rooms, so long as you and your extended family are willing to share some rooms together.
15 October 2015
Staying in a hotel is one of the most convenient ways to travel. You will have your own privacy, a place to keep your stuff so you don't have to drag it around with you, and more. However, before you book a hotel, there are many things to consider, such as the location, cost, and more. Here are four things many people forget to consider, though that can be most inconvenient once you arrive:
17 September 2015
Whether you're visiting the bustling metropolis of Vancouver, the tourist-friendly sights of the Maritimes or anywhere in between, hailing a taxi is an effective way to get around the city. The benefits to riding in a taxi are many—you don't have to let navigating detract from your enjoyment of being a tourist and you won't have to contend with the hassle of trying to find cheap parking in a city with which you're unfamiliar.
2 September 2015
Whether you are staying in a motel for business or for pleasure, you probably want to ensure that you get the best room. Although you can often make some selections in regards to your room during booking, in some cases, you don't have much say in the type of room that you will be getting. Luckily, asking a few questions at the front desk will help you secure the best room.
1 September 2015