Today marks the beginning of a three part series that breaks down the choices one has in selecting accommodations for vacations or holidays. We will begin with our most economical offerings and work our way to the more expensive options.
When it comes to finding accommodations while traveling, I’m somewhat of a pragmatist. I don’t require 5* stays mostly because I see it as a colossal waste of money. When I travel, I see my hotel room as somewhere to lay my head at night. I didn’t travel so that I could stay in a room, I plan to spend as little time there as possible! But this is just my budget conscious opinion and when it comes to securing accommodations, preferences are never one size fits all.
Still, half the fun of searching for somewhere to stay is in realizing how many strange and unusual places to choose from that will make your visit more enjoyable. Hotels are the default accommodations of choice, but how interesting would it be to stay in a monastery, an igloo or even a log cabin?
How do you find not only standard hotel rooms but find unique places to stay while you are on vacation?
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