Return to Home Page

July 7, 2012

Special July 2012 fares for multi-stop tickets on BootsnAll

When it comes to planning a trip, whether it’s a one-week vacation or a trip around the world, looking for the best resources can be a time consuming endeavor.  With today’s interwebs, there are countless websites to sift through, and many of the top sites that come through a google search are crap, SEO based sites that are there simply to make a few bucks, not actually provide any helpful information.

Over at BootsnAll we have been revamping our site to really focus on what we’re passionate about – and that’s indie travel.  That’s why we decided to give our travel guides a much needed facelift, focusing not only on the essential information you need to know – like popular sites to see, places to stay, and information on getting there and around – but also on the information that is difficult to find elsewhere.

 

Here’s a few additions you can expect to find in our new and improved travel guides:

 
But the one we’re most excited about is that we want you, our readers, to get involved and make this a community effort.  We understand that we don’t have an inside track on every place in the world, so we are giving you the opportunity to give your own indie rating and approximate costs to each city, state, country, and continent.

If you’ve perused enough travel guides and are ready to hit the road for a big trip, then check out BootsnAll’s monthly airfare deals.  The following are good through July 31, 2012:

 
If you are looking for something a little different in your round the world trip, then start planning your trip of a lifetime with our RTW trip planner And don’t forget to sign up for BootsnAll’s RTW newsletter, delivering special deals, RTW trip planning advice, and resources via email every single month. We also have a Facebook fan page and Twitter page, so be sure to like and follow those to keep up to date on all your RTW travel needs.

Posted by | Comments (1) 
Category: Air Travel, Notes from the collective travel mind

Leave a Reply

Main

Bio

Books

Stories

Essays

Video

Interviews

Events

Writers

Marco

Paris

Vagabonding.net

Contact


Vagabonding Audio Book at Audible.com

Marco Polo Didnt Go There
Rolf's new book!


Vagabonding
   Vagabonding

RECENT COMMENTS

Gavin Macfie: Great post. I love the level of observational detail that can be captured...

Roger: From this one post, I can tell that Barbara has learned a lot, and has a lot to...

Roger: Way to go, Rease. I like your story, and how things have worked out well with...

Margie: This is an important article for everyone to read at this time of remembering...

David Burlison: Virgin Islands travel advice from a local.. travelaskthelocals.yolasi...

Elaine Odgers Norling: After a year and a half I have finished my first draft of our...

JAY KIM: Hi, my name is Jay. I would like to purchase the passpoprt protector. Could...

Roger: I’ll second that.

brandi: One more thing people the bible is about the planets and massive events from...

brandi: And for those of you that want to know you are the cross road if any one wants...

SPONSORED BY :



CATEGORIES

TRAVEL LINKS

ARCHIVES

RECENT ENTRIES

Don’t sacrifice the experience for the story
Vagabonding field report: The great people and of Robe SA
Travel is not a dangerous activity
The best travel writing has always been subjective
Retch-22 Laos in the time of cholera
Vagabonding Case Study: Raymond Walsh
Vagabonding Case Study: Rease Kirchner
Vagabonding Case Study: Elizabeth Kelsey Bradley
For expatriates, America-bashing is a kind of recreational activity
Veterans Day and Historic Military Sites


Subscribe to this blog's feed
Follow @rolfpotts