There is a way to book flights and hotels all over the world without spending your own money. It’s called travel hacking, and it’s something that hardcore travelers around the world do with almost religious like fervor.
The article below was originally published at Evolver.fm.
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Joe Nocera (The New York Times) and Rana Foroohar (Time) join Charlie Herman (WNYC) on Money Talking to examine Mayor Bloomberg’s past and future as businessman turned mayor in chief after a week where he was even more omnipresent than usual.
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In travel, cheap doesn’t have to mean bad. No matter where you’re going, there are plenty of simple ways to cut expenses and still enjoy the quality vacation you desire.
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