Budget Travel Stories

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Different Strokes in Scotland: To Play Historic Golf Courses at Below-Par Rates, Head to East Lothian (Post, May 27, 2007)
FILE THIS: TAX-FREE RETAIL: Where Shopping Is Not a Taxing Experience (Post, April 15, 2007)
Euro Shock: Despite high costs in London, visitors don't have to get pounded. (Post, April 1, 2007)
London Hotel Options, From Budget to Deluxe: The city offers a wide range of lodging choices, packaged or a la carte. And you can't always go by price. (Post, April 1, 2007)
Anatomy of a Package Deal (Post, April 1, 2007)
The Price Is Right: Remote lodging and audio tours: See the Continent one good deal at a time. (Post, April 1, 2007)
Your Money's Worth (Post, April 1, 2007)
OVERNIGHT SUCCESS: NYC's Pod Hotel: Little Rooms, Big City (Post, March 18, 2007)
WHAT'S THE DEAL?: A Dozen Tips for Bargain Hunters (Post, February 4, 2007)
OVERNIGHT SUCCESS: Pound for Pound, Bargains by London Standards (Post, December 17, 2006)
Beach? Blanket? Bingo.: If you want to be near the ocean, you could rent a house for a week and spend thousands of dollars. Or you can camp on the sand and drift off to the sound of the waves for $30 a night. (Post, July 2, 2006)
Tokyo Is Expensive: Well, it can be. Our reporter spent a week there for under $1,000 -- including air. And he only had to sleep in an Internet cafe once. (Post, June 25, 2006)
Trips on a Tank: Don't let skyrocketing gas prices put the brake on your travel plans. We found four destinations with no fill-up required. (Post, May 28, 2006)
CUTTING COSTS: Stretch Your Gas, Mile for Mile (Post, May 28, 2006)
DEALS: Fill 'Er Up . . . With Rebates (Post, May 28, 2006)
TOP DESTINATIONS: 10 Big Trips . . . on Little Budgets (Post, May 21, 2006)
Expatriate Games: Travelers Are Heading to Buenos Aires for the Culture -- and Staying for the $250 Rent (Post, April 23, 2006)
TAX REFUND 101: Many Happy Returns: How to Spend Your Tax Refund (Post, April 16, 2006)
Easy Going: With Its Budget Cabins, EasyCruise Puts the Next Generation of Cruisers at Sea (Post, February 5, 2006)
In Paris, Living Large for Less (Post, May 8, 2005)
Dollar for Dollar, You Can Do Europe: Tips on Stretching Your Currency (Post, March 20, 2005)
Non-Euro Europe: How do you make your painfully weak dollars go further? Take them to a euro-free zone. (Post, March 20, 2005)
Orlando by the Numbers: 25 Good Budget Bets (Post, November 7, 2004)
Tired of Hotels? B&Bs, Campsites and Rentals Await (Post, November 7, 2004)
SMART MOUTH: When in Rome, Eat Well for Less (Post, October 17, 2004)

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