Family Budget Travel
You really can go on vacation without breaking the bank. Read about the ins and outs of managing the family travel budget.
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When planning a road trip, you should focus on having a good time, not on your trip's financial tally. But by the time you get home, your road-weary family could have racked up a huge credit card bill. Here are some tips for saving cash on your next trip.
Vacations are rarely cheap. There's the airfare, the hotels, the tourist food and the souvenirs. But surely some of that expense is negotiable. What's worth splurging on when you're away from home, and where should you pinch your pennies?
By Julia Layton