Monthly Archives: May 2012

5 Reasons Tripping is the Only Way to Travel

Why just travel when you can Trip? Here are 5 reasons the social travel site Tripping can make your next vacation 49.995% better. You can do things you’d never get to do as a tourist.  Like…. Going salsa dancing with a … Continue reading

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6 Top Destinations for Summer Travel 2012

What are the hottest destinations for summer travel 2012?  We compared the lists for the top summer travel destinations of 2012 published by Frommers, Budget Travel, Orbitz, Travel Channel and AAA.  The destinations that were on at least two of … Continue reading

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Four Zimride Summer Concert Picks

Looking for some amazing spring and summer concerts?  Zimride shares four of their favorites, along with tips on how to use rideshares to get there.   I Love This City Festival Featuring over 40 of Electronic Music’s biggest artists, ILTC … Continue reading

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Tripping Musicians – an Interview with Independent Recording Artist LaAerial

Singer and songwriter LaAerial has performed at legendary venues including The House of Blues, The Hard Rock Café, B.B. Kings, & Ronnie Scott’s. She’s  been featured on the MTV Network, performed on Live! with Regis & Kelly, The Tonight Show … Continue reading

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Roomorama: Quality Accommodations for the Discerning Traveler

Roomorama is a leading online marketplace for short-term and vacation rentals. The company was founded on the principle that there is more to travel than visiting a checklist of tourist attractions.  We couldn’t agree more! With their ever-expanding global selection … Continue reading

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How I Became a “MINImalist”: Learning to Live With Less While Couch Surfing Through L.A.

We all have baggage. It’s how much we carry that makes the difference. In the winter of 2009, I lost my job, then my apartment, as I could no longer afford my rent. I also had $99,000 worth of student … Continue reading

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