Sunday, October 31, 2010

How to Travel to Atlanta on a Budget

Discovering Atlanta, Georgia again, for the first time.

Atlanta is one of the most popular cities in the South, has one of the biggest airports in the United States, and can be a very expensive place to vacation.

However, if you follow a few tips, you will not only have an excellent experience, but also a vacation that can be enjoyed on any budget.

If you like Historical sites, there are several in the city that will not only be educational but also fun and relaxing. There are museums, parks and only fun freebies for everyone.

Check out this article titled How to Travel to Atlanta on a Budget.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Las Vegas

I am thinking of going back to Las Vegas. So, I just reviewed some of the information that I had stored and decided to write a new article. Here is How to Travel to Las Vegas on a Budget. It's a very informative article that tells not only the different freebies you can get once you arrive in Vegas, but also great deals you can get on your travel to Las Vegas.

There's a similar article that is much more brief if you do not have time to read the longer newer article. Here's my How to travel to Las Vegas on a Budget article on eHow.

Thanks for reading and remember: May all of your travels be...lots of fun and mostly free!

Monday, June 7, 2010

Purchase Land and a RV

If you love to travel, but get tired of renting hotel after hotel whenever you go on vacation, then why not purchase a piece of land and an rv.

With an RV you have a hotel room on wheels. And the best part is that you don't have to pack every time you go on a trip. Recreational Vehicles are usually loaded with lots of storage. Plus, you get to use your own dishes and save money on meals by cooking everything in your home on wheels.

Choose a piece of land near a lake or river not too far from home and enjoy lots of weekend getaways during the summer.

In case you decide to purchase land, here is an article I've written title How to Find and Purchase Hunting Land which also has a lot of great tips on financing any type of land.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Travel to Indianapolis

Some people may be traveling to Indianapolis, Indiana to see the Colts play football. Others maybe traveling there to see the Pacers play basketball. Then again, it may be a business trip or just an appointment. Either way, if you are traveling to Indianapolis, and would like to extend your trip to a long weekend, here is an article which discusses How to Travel to Indianapolis on a Budget.

Extend that business trip, and treat the family to a few days out of town. It's worth it to spend the time together!

Memory of the Stockyards

I was just remembering the first time I went to the Fort Worth Stock Yards. It was a warm day in November. That's right. That's how nice the weather is in the southwest. It was in the mid 70's and I got to take my first ride on a bull.

Now, you must be wondering how I got up the nerve to ride a bull. Well, it wasn't hard, considering it was a 'Grandpa' bull with a Santa Claus hat. LOL It was a great experience and the bull barely moved the whole time.

I also remember that was the first time that I ever seen a stampede. Similarly, it was very mellow. You could stand on the sidewalk and watch the bulls being rustled through the Stockyards of Fort Worth.

For anyone who likes to see something unique but also likes to travel on a budget, I would definitely suggest Fort Worth, Texas.

"May all of your travels be....Lots of fun, and mostly free!" - Michelle Moore

Sunday, April 25, 2010

How to Travel to Fort Worth on a Budget

The Fort Worth and Dallas area of Texas have a number of things to see and do. Several of them offer very low admission or free admission. Check out The Fort Worth Stock Yards and a number of other great attractions at How to Visit Fort Worth on a Budget!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Chicago is definitely one of my favorite cities to travel to of all time. A city full of fun and adventure. No matter what you like to do on a vacation, Chicago is the place. There is something for anyone on any budget. Visit one of a number of museums which offer free admission. Moore Free Travel has a list of a number of things in Chicago, that are free to see and do.

Also, take time to visit this article titled How to Visit Chicago on a Budget, for even more tips about the city.

Monday, March 29, 2010

How to Travel to Las Vegas on a Budget

Las Vegas is not just a place to go gambling and spend a lot of money. Although, when most people think of it, especially those first timers who have never been to Vegas, that is what they think about. And to be honest with you, until I won my first trip to the city, I wasn't sure that I would ever want to go. However, now I could visit there every year if time would allow.

What I'm getting at, Las Vegas has a lot to see and do on any budget. As a matter of fact, I have actually gone and never spent a penny of my own money on gambling. I took $5 for a friend and put that in a slot machine. Plus, I decided to sign up for a number of the free membership clubs, and was in turn given free play on a number of casino machines. It was fun, but unfortunately I didn't win.

Vegas does have a number of attractions that are well worth viewing for free. These include the dueling pianos and lions at the MGM Grand. The animals at The Flamingo. The free shows at Circus Circus, Treasure Island and many more.

Here is an article titled How to Travel to Las Vegas on a Budget, in which I have written with some step by step details. Enjoy your trip and remember....May all of your travels be, lots of fun and mostly free!

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Travel to Atlanta, Ga on a Budget

Atlanta, Georgia is an amazing city, full of history and culture. Imagine seeing the south in a totally different perspective, that is a 'Bird's Eye View'.

One of the greatest places to visit in this city is the legendary Varsity, a hot dog stand that has been around for years.

The Downtown Connects Card is also a must have when traveling to Atlanta. The card is free, and can be ordered ahead of time on the internet. You'll get discounts, and some freebies, from a number of places in the city.

Visit How to Travel to Atlanta on a Budget for more tips on the city!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu is one of those places that everyone wants to visit, which unfortunately increases the price because of it's popularity. However, if you are willing to pop a tent or borrow a friend's rv (unless you have one of your own), there are ways to save.

The lake is close to a number of other popular travel destinations, so if you have time, spend a week or 9 days and take a couple of day trips from your camp site.

How to travel to Lake Havasu on a Budget covers a number of things to see and do while you are in the area. Check out the article and find out how to travel to Lake Havasu without going broke!

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

St. Lucia

St. Lucia, what a beautiful island! Recently, St. Lucia has legalized gambling. This will just add to the fun already existing on the island. One side is great for surfing and the other perfect for snorkeling. For those who enjoy the sun, either side is fine.

Take time to enjoy some of the inexpensive history of the island. And loads of other things to see while you are there.

How to Travel to St. Lucia on a Budget.