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.
Many revelers described the scene along Vila Madalena’s main drag as “Carnival in Salvador, ” as packed, wild and carnal as Brazil’s rowdiest street bacchanal.