Buying a timeshare is easy. Getting rid of a timeshare? Not so easy. Kathie Asaro knows that. She recently decided that her Rancho Mirage, California, timeshare, which she paid off years ago, wasn’t worth keeping. Now she wants to know how to get rid of a timeshare legally.
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When she hears the words “to better serve you,” Elizabeth Newcamp cringes. That’s because in travel, it often means the exact opposite.
“It’s used to make bad news sound like something I want,” says Newcamp, an event planner based in the Hague. “How does it better serve me that your phone menu has changed? Or how am I better served by a change to your baggage fees?” Read more “The worst words in travel? ‘To better serve you’”
If you don’t know the difference between travel insurance and trip protection, talk to Christopher Benson. He learned about that the hard way.
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Karin Kemp thought she’d done everything she could to not look like a tourist in Belgium. She wore muted clothes, learned helpful phrases in French and Flemish, and did her best to blend in. Still, Americans would stop her on the street to ask for directions.
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If you want to find the cheapest gas, you’ve probably used the same tools for a long time. But are there any new ways of saving money on fuel?
As a matter of fact, there are.
For example, did you know the day of the week may determine whether you get the cheapest gas? Now, more than ever, grocery store memberships and payment methods are also important to shave a few pennies, or dollars, off your rising fuel bill.
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