If you’re visiting New York, how easy, fast and affordable will you find the city’s new bike-sharing program? The Frugal Traveler goes pedaling for answers.
For me, traveling is all about people — especially the sort of interesting folks I came across during my recent trip down U.S. 17.
The Frugal Traveler makes his way from Washington to Savannah, along back roads and byways where good barbecue and miniature golf await.
In Seth Kugel’s many years of flying, he had never sat in business class. Here, finally, was his chance.
Six days on the island for $600? Here’s how the Frugal Traveler pulled it off.
A trip through West Texas includes stops in arty Marfa, quiet Presidio and beautiful Big Bend Ranch State Park and Big Bend National Park.
From Austin to San Angelo, a chunk of Texas that is as distinctive as the state itself.
Going down to the last cent, and a few dollars more, to enjoy the full flavor of a $100 weekend in Austin, a city with a worldly heft all its own.
Midtown Manhattan is famously overpriced. But it doesn’t have to be.
Is there a way to hang out in Miami at night without being a millionaire? The author finds a mostly frugal local scene, free of velvet-rope attitude.