The Frugal Traveler surrenders itinerary control and follows the orders of his parents and friends through Vancouver, the San Juan Islands and Portland, Ore.
‘Frugal Traveler’ Articles
A trip to Africa after ninth grade helped the Frugal Traveler cultivate a skill that would prove professionally useful years later.
The Frugal Traveler joins two friends from high school for a low-cost mini-reunion in the Emerald City.
From a sandwich that’s “just automatically delicious” to an item that “boggles the mind, ” here’s a menu for frugal eats in the Northwest city.
You may be surprised at how far $25 can take you during a layover in Chicago.
In a recent column, the Frugal Traveler outlined seven steps for finding good deals on hotels. Here’s a sample of reader reaction, from the creative to the critical.
I was on CBS This Morning with…Charlie Rose and Jane Pauley??? That’s totally cool. Talked about finding cheaper hotel rooms.
Nearly 300 Colonial-era houses and a pleasant waterfront scene make Marblehead, Mass., a fun and easy side trip if you’re in New England.
Why pursue refined activities in Cambridge, Mass., when you can catch a roller derby match or pop into the nearby Museum of Bad Art?
Confused about how to find a good deal on a place to stay? The Frugal Traveler put together this guide to help you land the right room at the right price.
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