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Jim says:

I would like to see Nicaragua get some coverage.

more on Ecuador outside of Quito, too.

thanks

 
bob says:

I wanted to talk with someone. How can I speak with someone to search open destinations and choose the cheapest. I want to take my daughter this winter to the Caribbean (not the Latin American Caribbean) for a week or two and want to ‘explore’ options as to the cheapest from San Diego or LAX all options with one person…Not a general article but to actually BOOK the FLIGHTS NOW with a LIVE agent? Thx

 
Rashmika says:

I would like to inquire about all the entrance fee about the famous attraction places in Vietnam. Thank you..

 

    Rashmika,

    They are all on the individual pages for the Vietnam cities on the site. The good news is that they are all very cheap by international standards. Museums are US$1 to US$2, and ruins like My Son are around US$5. -Roger

     

http://www.sfcityguides.org/overview.html was founded in 1978 and so I would say they were the first free walking tours. I have been using them since the 90s so Berlin in 2004 is a bit off the mark (now the Euro)

 

    Khaton,

    Thanks for the info, and I’m sure people have been giving free walking tours to visitors for thousands of years. My reference was to the current popular model of regular, daily mass-market city tours based only on tips, which definitely grew out of Berlin.

     
Anita Zebell says:

3 – Norwegian Cruise Line

7-nights from: $349 (Miami, Florida → At Sea → At Sea → Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Georgetown, Grand Cayman → Cozumel, Mexico → At Sea → Miami, Florida)

Norwegian Cruise Line is famous

pioneering the “freestyle cruising”

where

concept,

passengers can select from a wide range of restaurants and activities and go

like

they

whenever

rather than on a rigid schedule. This cruise is on the Norwegian Epic, carrying

maximum of 4,200

which

passengers,

counts more than 20 freestyle-dining restaurants on board. This massive ship also has extensive

programs,

children’s

branded

Nickelodeon.

The Freestyle Cruising thing ends

attracting a wide range of passengers,

who

some

including

prefer to dress formally on formal

can

you

So

nights.

expect families and older folks along with a lot of romantic couples from all age ranges, primarily from the US and Canada.
Interested in this cruise. Could you give me more details. The cruise would be for 2 adults. Thanks

 
Lynn says:

Hi! I will be traveling with my my daughter (age 25) and son (age 21) for 9 days beginning May 30th. We wanted to make a stop in the Loire Valley and then the south of France, to Florence, then Venice, then Salzburg, Munich, Frankfurt and then back to Paris. Should we buy a four country pass. I keep reading about the difficulty of using the pass in France. Thank you, Lynn

 

    Lynn,

    I prefer to answer questions like this in the comments of the articles that the question relates to, for example the article on Eurail Passes. But I’ll give you the quick version here.

    It’s true that rail passes aren’t as handy in France because many (but not all) of the more popular routes require a seat reservation fee of over €20 and they limit the number of seats for rail pass users so you have to get the reservation in advance. In your case, I really wouldn’t recommend a rail pass at all, even if seats were cheaper in France. For one thing, the train ride in Italy will be fairly cheap, and most of your other planned rides are quite short so they won’t be too expensive either. In other words, the individual tickets probably would cost less than a rail pass on this route, even if you bought them at the last minute.

    For all of these rides, the earlier you buy a ticket, the cheaper it will be. If you can buy them all online soon, they will be fairly inexpensive, as long as you do it through the official rail websites for each country. All the info and links are at that link just above.

    Also, I feel compelled to mention that Frankfurt isn’t really a tourist city at all. It’s all about banking and business, with few sights. If you have a specific reason to visit, then great. But if you are only thinking about going there because it’s a big and famous city nearby, I’d go somewhere else. I explain more in my article about where to go in Germany, with some other suggestions. Either way, the sooner you buy those tickets, the cheaper they will be. Have a great trip. -Roger

     

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