Trip Tips

By Hobica, George; Tan, Kim Liang | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), August 13, 2000 | Go to article overview

Trip Tips


Hobica, George, Tan, Kim Liang, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


A roundup of good deals, inside scoops and advice for the traveler:

Pet-friendly hotels

If you travel with your pet, two useful sites for planning your trip are www.petswelcome.com and www.dogfriendly.com. Both these sites offer a comprehensive list of hotels and motels that accept pets in the United States, as well as some places in Canada, the Caribbean, the Czech Republic, France and Italy. Petswelcome.com also lists pet-friendly campgrounds, beaches, ski resorts and amusement parks, as well as kennels and pet sitters. Dogfriendly.com also lists dog-friendly stores and employers. So the next time you're thinking of taking your pet with you on a trip, check out both sites instead of burning up your phone lines trying to find information.

London attractions for one price

Visitors to London can save money by purchasing the GoSee card, which provides access to the permanent and temporary exhibitions of 17 museums and galleries. The venues that are included in the GoSee card are Apsley House, Barbican Art Galleries, BBC Experience, BFI London IMAX Cinema, Design Museum, Hayward Gallery, Imperial War Museum, London Transport Museum, Museum of London, National Maritime Museum, the Natural History Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Science Museum, Theatre Museum, Tower Bridge Experience, Victoria & Albert Museum and Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition & Guided Tour. The GoSee card is available as a one-day (about $15), three-day ($25) or seven-day ($40) pass for adults, or as a three-day ($50) or seven-day ($75) family pass. The family pass can be used by up to two adults and four children. The GoSee card can be purchased at any of the listed venues or Tickets To ((800) 869-8184 or www.ticketsto.com) or British Airways Holidays ((212) 490-6688). More information about the GoSee pass is available at www.london- gosee.com.

Austrian Airlines Europe coupons

Austrian Airlines is now offering a Visit Europe program, similar in concept to the European train passes. This program allows travelers to "hop on, hop off" and fly to any combination of more than 100 destinations in England, continental Europe, Russia, Greece and Turkey, using coupons costing less than $100 per travel segment. …

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