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Mar 30th 2007 6:38PM Clipmarks look like a great tool! They may also work well with the invite/RSVP, blog, event schedule, map functionality of TripHub (http://www.triphub.com) group collaboration travel service.
Nice Web 2.0 symbiosis!
Mar 30th 2007 5:41PM Meraviglioso. Gli italiani sono interessanti genti. Gotta love Italians and their passion for their culture! It's what keeps us all going back anno dopo anno. :-)
Nov 15th 2006 6:33PM Good point, Christine. I'm curious if there's a new (younger) set of writers for this series who can relate to a younger audience. Maybe there will even be cultural sensitivity tips to help improve the stereotypes of traveling Americans, such as these 10 tips for how to blend in abroad:
Nov 8th 2006 5:14PM I've heard Zihuatanejo has a relaxing pace. Here's an excerpt from a guide on TripHub: "Zihua maintains its fishing-village charm by government mandate: building codes are strict and therefore development is minimal."
Here's the link to the Mexican Riviera area guide:
Nov 6th 2006 2:46PM Kayaking is a great group sport activity. (I have a friend who goes off the coast in Baja w/ her husband every year - so have fun!)
Groups can easily plan kayak/outdoor trips together and discuss how to get there, what gear to bring, etc. on http://www.triphub.com
Oct 26th 2006 6:52PM Great list. I vote for WA state as another great road trip state (but I'm biased).
For any road trippers who go with friends or family, here's a road trip planning guide with advice for sharing gas cost, getting solo time, who's designated driver, etc.
And to plan road trips, http://www.triphub.com offers free group trip tools.
Oct 23rd 2006 7:47PM Also a long-time fan of these crazy Irish boys, I'm equally jealous. The Pogues do "punk up Irish traditions" like you mentioned and the result is an incredibly creative assortment of tunes. Glad you went. "Fairytale of NY" is one of my favs.
And to all who travel for concerts - here here! Good music deserves followers.
Oct 17th 2006 4:08PM Lift tickets are indeed one of the big expenses of skiing (along w/ travel, equipment, etc.) but the best deals for lift tickets are usually early in the season. Many "book early and save" deals are at ski resorts in N. America right now.
For families and other groups, here's a ski guide to North America:
Oct 11th 2006 8:58PM This is cool. Goes right along with the new marine species they are discovering across the world in Asia. Guess we haven't discovered or studied every nook and cranny of Earth yet.
Aside: you know the Governator will likely make this a photo op at some point.
Oct 11th 2006 8:08PM Ha! I love this concept. And when I go camping with friends, I'm going to recommend one of us think about buying this. Of course, you can always just hike to hot springs and soak in nature's bounty. But I can see why city slickers would prefer this.
For group camping trips, you can plan one on http://www.triphub.com.