Planning a multiple city trip #1

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I’m home for a couple of days, and I keep debating about whether to work on this or not. I’m unsure what the rest of this summer holds for us.. I think I am going to play this trip by ear. Think that if I do have internet there, I am going to do the necessary things… But anyway, today I need to do some catching up, so glad to have gotten up earlier.

Anyway, today let’s talk about planning a multi-city trip. The first thing you need to decide is where all you want to go and how long you want to stay at each place. You may want to decide on a purpose for your trip. If you are going as a group, you’ll want to make these decisions as a group. Maybe you are looking to take a great adventure together. Or maybe you’ve always wanted to take a trip together, and have several places you want to go. You will want to make sure that you are not rushing yourselves. This is a vacation, so make sure to plan in some downtime.

You will also need to decide whether you are going to get one hotel and make that your base for your entire trip. The advantage of this is that you will have just one place to check in and out of. You won’t have to worry about being at your hotel at any certain times. But of course, if you decide to live out of one certain hotel, you will have to stay relatively close to that place.. You will have to decide whether you want to pack every single morning.

I think I am going to get back to this tomorrow… I would love to help you plan a trip like this. I make money any time you book a hotel through me. Please let me know if I can help you.

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