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Topic: Top English web sites on Travel

Posted: 2007-12-04 18:48:31

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 Author: ZAIHUA

2007-12-04 18:48:31 GMT-5

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Ditch the travel guide book and spend some time at Fodors.com before a trip, instead. Research restaurants, sights, and entertainment—even make reservations. Print out what you’re interested in, and don’t forget the maps—always helpful in unfamiliar territory.

Globalization lets you easily book your travel plans—flights, hotels, and rental car reservations—all in one place. After the itinerary is set, peruse the site’s Tours, tickets, and trip extras feature to add the lei greeting, surfing lessons, and poi festival you’ve had your heart set on. www.at0086.com

Lonely Planet

For the restless soul, the self-discovering student backpacker, and the otherwise loose of foot, there’s Lonely Planet. It provides clear answers to questions about destinations, safety, and logistics. And for the indecisive, there are theme guides, which offer travel suggestions based on your interests.


Dedicated to saving travelers money, Orbitz gathers deals on airfares, hotels, cruises, and vacation packages, and offers some deals of its own. Make purchases on the site and you earn Orbitz Rewards points that are good for perks like free airport parking.


If it offered nothing more than travel deals and packages along with online booking, Travelocity would be just another travel site. But the handy information you’ll find about your destination can be invaluable, like which side of the street to drive on and, should you get that wrong, the locations of doctors, dentists, lawyers, and drugstores.

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 Author: ELLEN

2007-12-07 03:46:35 GMT-5

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I have heard of Fordors and Lonely Planet, which are quite old website.

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