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Where To Stay
Since there are usually less airplanes landing at the destination on any given day compared to the amount of hotels available, this should be relatively easy. I pick a place to sleep that I like based on price as well as reviews or my own past experiences. With a flight and hotel secured, it’s time for me to start thinking about what I want to do while I’m there.
Is It Better To Stay In An Airbnb Or Get A Hotel?
I don’t like Airbnb for many different reasons – the main one being that hotels and resorts treat me very well because of my status. I always get upgraded to better rooms, and often get additional privileges. Saving a few dollars on an Airbnb therefore becomes a less desirable experience, even if you didn’t consider the many issues you might encounter dealing with individual Airbnb providers in far-flung destinations.
Want to try Airbnb? I’ve had a few really good Airbnb stays, but prefer chains that give me the experience I’m looking for in the first place. If you do decide to join Airbnb you’ll get a special discount off your first trip through this Airbnb invitation link.
My Travel Book
The Freedom Project shows a new approach to travel as a lifestyle. Travel has countless benefits to all areas of life, and they are available to everyone. This book is the liberating blueprint for finding freedom and happiness in your traveling life.The Freedom Project: Travel
My Travel Course
Let’s See The World, Differently: Upgrade your experiences with flights, hotels, free trips – it’s all inside. I share step by step how I implemented the travel hacking principles from my book The Freedom Project. Using screen recordings of my own accounts, I show you exactly how I go about booking free airfare, getting upgraded in hotels (including Las Vegas) and how I’m currently able to get a free Bahamas trip every year.Travel Revolution
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