Priceline has long been one of the better ways to score a discounted hotel, especially if traveling to a major city with several four- and five-star options. The Android and iOS apps now have the popular Express Deals option, enabling you to get close to the discounts found in naming your own price without rolling the dice regarding where you end up staying. [Read more...]
One of the frequent comments among those travel to Washington D.C. is the abundance of things to do. This is no exaggeration; when I lived there finding a museum, site of historical interest or sporting event was never a problem (fighting Beltway rush hour traffic was another matter).
For those making a visit to the nation’s capital, The Washington Post has an excellent new iPhone app out called Explore D.C. to assist with navigating the long list of attractions. [Read more...]
TripIt wants to take the cluttered mess of travel reservation e-mails and turn them into a polished, easy-to-follow itinerary.
It mostly succeeds, using an excellent cross-platform approach and requiring minimal effort from the user to create an itinerary that is accessible from an iPhone, iPad, Android device or the web. [Read more...]