Friday, May 29, 2009

Ways to Save in Las Vegas

Today our budget traveling post is on ways to save in Las Vegas.

A number of people want to see the city of Las Vegas, even though they are not gamblers. Others, like to gamble, but who can afford to spend a whole vacation sitting at a slot machine or at a card table.

So what else is there to do to extend that vacation in Las Vegas.

If you're new to the gambling seen, most all of the casinos have classes in the mornings. Some days they will teach you the tricks of Black Jack, other days they will give you tips on the roulette wheel or dice games. Take time to learn.

In addition to the high priced shows, there are a number of free shows in Las Vegas. So, before you spend big money on a show every night, keep in mind there are shows that are free to see.

I have listed here some more tips on traveling to Las Vegas.

So remember...May all of your travels be, Lots of fun and Mostly Free!!!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009


I have been working on some new travel tips. I'll try to share them here with you on a regular basis now.

Today's topic Boston, and more particularly, The Freedom Trail.

When you go to Boston, you can pay to have someone guide you on a long walk through The Freedom Trail or you can guide yourself.

The advantages of guiding yourself: The first one is obvious, you will save the tour guide fee. Second, you will be able to stop whenever you like. This is great not only for those who can't walk a long distance at a time, but also for those who like to stop and shop. If you see a place you want to go into, you can just stop and go in. As we all know, if we're with a tour guide we might look and say, yes we're going to come back to that. But the fact of the matter is, you most likely won't make it back.

So take the time, enjoy The Freedom Trail on your own terms.