Posts Tagged ‘budget’

Italy Travel Guide—Tips for Traveling to Italy

Italy Travel Guide—Tips for Traveling to Italy
By Jenny Avallon LG Guides Editor Country overview La dolce vita. Italians believe in “the good life,” and any vacation here is contingent upon getting swept up in the beauty of the country and its people. From the narrow alleyways of Venice to the cobblestone piazzas in Rome to the shorelines...
January 24th, 2011 | Country Guides, Italy, Planning, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Kim Merritt

Lost Girl of the Week: Kim Merritt
This week’s Lost Girl, Kim Merritt, has discovered that the plans she laid out for herself at a young age may no longer lead to the life she truly wants. While trying to jump start her career in New York City, Kim has discovered the importance and liberation of free-spirited travel… and is...
December 1st, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

How to Make Long-Term Travel a Reality

How to Make Long-Term Travel a Reality
Today we’re departing from our normal book review to get tips from Barbara Singer, author of Living Without Reservations: A Journey By Land and Sea in Search of Happiness about how she made her dream of travel happen. At the tender age of 44 years old, Barbara Singer decided to reinvent her life....
November 9th, 2010 | Budget Travel, City Travel, Cultural Travel, Expats Abroad, Finances & Savings, Leaving & Coming Home, Quitting & Career Management, Staying Connected, Travel Philosophy, Volunteering & Giving Back, Working Abroad | Read More

Art off the Beaten Path: Madrid Art Museums

Art off the Beaten Path: Madrid Art Museums
By Briana Palma Special to the Lost Girls Anyone visiting Madrid will certainly want to pass through its three big museums, the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza, which display works from the world’s most influential artists, such as Picasso, Monet and Velázquez. But the richness of the Spanish...
August 25th, 2010 | Spain, Tours & Attractions | Read More

First Time Cruises – Best Cruise Itineraries for People Who’ve Never Cruised

First Time Cruises – Best Cruise Itineraries for People Who’ve Never Cruised
By Patty Hodapp LG Deputy Editor Think you know cruising? Gone are the days where ships were packed only with honeymooners and retirees. Now, thanks to the introduction of several new ships that were custom-built for adventure—and itineraries that take you way off the traditional charted course–cruises...
June 25th, 2010 | All Inclusives, Budget Travel, Cruise, Featured, Featured Getaway, Getting There Deals | Read More

9 London Restaurants for Every Girl’s Budget

9 London Restaurants for Every Girl’s Budget
British food has a bad rap—especially when you compare it to Italian  pizza, French bread, and Spanish tapas. Plus, eating out isn’t cheap, particularly in London, one of the most expensive cities in the world. Fish and chips are a bargain, but they can get old after a while. So, what’s...
May 17th, 2010 | England, Food & Wine, Restaurant Reviews | Read More

5 Things to Ask Yourself Before You Travel

5 Things to Ask Yourself Before You Travel
by Mary Tan LG Asia-Pacific Editor There’s no stemming the travelers these days -people want to go everywhere and do it all, and it will take more than a long security check to put them off. As much as we would like to just drop it all and take off, some level of planning and preparation is...
March 26th, 2010 | Planning, Travel Philosophy | Read More

10 Ways to Eat Healthy (For Cheap!) in Europe

10 Ways to Eat Healthy (For Cheap!) in Europe
By Patty Hodapp LG Travel Lifestyle Editor Backpacking in Europe for two weeks was exhilarating, freeing, and inspiring, but on the road my body definitely took a beating. By the end of my trip I’d undergone drastic altitude changes, climbing the highest hills to sitting beachside on the Mediterranean....
August 24th, 2009 | Backpacking & Trekking, Budget Travel, City Travel, Dispatches from the Road, Europe, Fitness & Workouts, Food & Wine, Health & Safety | Read More