I love stumbling across online articles that give me the inside scoop when it comes to the best deals in travel, or really, anything with the word “secret” in it! I feel like I am in on the inside scoop, regardless of whether this story of tips and secrets was just blasted all over the internet!

 

Enter the article “Nine Best Secret Hotels in the World” by Budget Travel. What makes these hotels the best? Low on price and high on charm, in some of the most loved travel locations on this planet…from Italy to Greece to Jamaica. I can’t keep the secret to myself, now, so you can find that article right here: http://bit.ly/fKClBD

 

But even better than the dreamy locales described to whet your travel taste buds, is this book of clues~ “The Travel Detective: How To Get The Best Service And The Best Deals From Airlines, Hotels, Cruise Ships, And Car Rental Agencies.” Count me in! Tell me everything! You can grab this book too, for cost of less than two Starbucks’ coffees: bit.ly/ej3gxl

 

But don’t keep these secrets to yourself. However, it is ok to wait to share them until after you’ve booked your own reservations!

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