My Favorite Travel sites and apps
Travel sites and apps
There a lot of Travel Sites out there here are a few of mine. They can help you make you trip easier and take some of the headaches away!!
TripIt organizes travel plans into an itinerary that has all of your trip details in one place.
Simply forward confirmation emails to firstname.lastname@example.org and TripIt will automatically build an itinerary for your trip that you can access anytime, either online or from a mobile device.
It’s the essential Disney site Gives you crowd Info for a year in advance,line waits, and you give them the dates you will be in Disney and they will tell you which parks to go on what days, how to see the most on your trip and even help you plan your trip for children and seniors
A neat site that matches hosts from around the world with travelers looking for unique local experiences. That can mean volunteering to teach English or doing farm work in exchange for lodging and meals, or simply paying a small fee to move in with a local resident. The site is not overly populated with opportunities yet, but shows a lot of potential.
DishTip organizes the world of eating out in the United States a whole new way: By clam chowder. Or turkey sandwich. Or blueberry pie. In other words, by single dish, not by restaurant. The site sorts through reviews across the Web, figures out what has been raved about, aggregates its findings and spits out rankings of the best dishes in Denver or the pizzas in Portland or the fried food in Phoenix.
The result may not be perfect, but it sure is helpful if you’re obsessed with one dish or simply like the very rational idea of determining where you’ll eat by the meal you want rather than by the chef who will cook it or the neighborhood it’s cooked in. Go ahead, try it with a dish you like in a city you know. Sure, you may not specifically agree with its “choices” for, say, the best cookie in New York City — 1. Oatmeal raisin from Levain; 2. Chocolate chip from Jacques Torres; 3. Macaroon from the Meatball Shop — but you have to admit, not bad for a computer