This Week’s Travel Photo Gallery
Here are some of the most compelling travel photos submitted by our listeners the week of December 17, 2008 . Subscribe to theTravel E-Scapes newsletter to find great travel deals of your own!
Submitted by: Rita B.
Best deal found: Booking airfare in July to Paris in November cost $675.00 RT. We found great bistro meals from 12-18E; however 1.50E for a Coke was somewhat shocking. (Photo of the Champs Elysees during holidays.)
Submitted by: Kimberly D.
Destination: Bora Bora
Best deal found: No deals – very expensive but very beautiful!
Submitted by: Laura N.
Destination: Paris, France
Best deal found: Air France ran a great deal – $668 roundtrip, including all taxes and fees.
Submitted by: Virginia B.
Destination: Tallulah Falls, GA
Best deal found: It was a driving trip.Camping. Usually we go further to see leaves change and stay in a cabin or hotel. This year we could only afford this. But we found this beautiful place. Better than the years past.
Submitted by: Corey G.
Destination: Sydney, Australia
Best deal found: Being a school teacher, I get to travel the world during the summer months, wahoo!
Submitted by: Elizabeth I.
Destination: Cusco, Peru
Best deal found: Amaru Hostel in San Martin area of Cusco was $62 (US) for 4 beds including breakfast.
Submitted by: Lois W.
Best deal found: Parking in Paris
Submitted by: Amy A.
Best deal found: Turtle swim included a view of the sea turtles, corals, and a stingray. Some of the travelers saw a black tip shark.
Submitted by: Benigno R.
Destination: Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
Best deal found: The Cathedral of San Juan Bautista is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The cathedral is one of the oldest buildings in San Juan, and is the second oldest cathedral in the Western Hemisphere; construction began in 1521. WHEN EVER YOU VISIT PUERTO RICO JUST TAKE A PEAK…
Submitted by: Dana F.
Best deal found: Cook’s Inlet outside of Anchorage, Alaska
Submitted by: Rebecca F.
Best deal found: There is something ahead one mile on the Alaskan Highway. We are not sure just what.