MOST EVERYONE YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU TRAVEL THE HOME PLANET:
Everywhere you go... look up! ...and you'll soon
see the "Jaguar-kings (and queens) were 100% correct...
« Earth » is already in Heaven, here and now!
And that this is "...the heart of hearts in the world of worlds."
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Link to any airline from - http://www.smilinjack.com/airlines.htm.
How do you know the best seat to reserve on an airplane? Well ask the seat guru http://www.seatguru.com.
If you know where you want to go and are looking for the best price - well scan 140 web sites here: http://www.kayak.com.
If you don't care how you get there, get the cheapest airfares at http://www.itasoftware.com - a non-commercial search engine created at MIT. It doesn't sell tickets but does give the best routes so you can book your own flight online.
Meanwuile, BookingBuddy.com searches more than 50 travel sites to find great deals.
If you are in the US and flying domestically but don't care how, try http://www.farecast.com to get the last minute options..
Keep'em all honest from http://www.AirfareWatchdog.
Having trouble cashing-in your Frequent Flyer miles? http://www.awardplanner.com will - for a fee - help you work out the itinerary you want and the strategy needed to get it.
Going to Europe? Try http://www.wegolo.com for the best flight deals.
The best flights to Asia are found on http://www.zuji.com.
Skytrax reviews over 500 airlines and 500 airports. Add your own comments after visiting http://www.airlinequality.com.
Fear of flying? The US Department Of Transportation has tips on that and other "defensive steps" you can take at http://www.airconsumer.ost.dot.gov/pubs.htm.
AirSafe offers the same kind of advice at http://www.airsafe.com.
Got a complaint in Canada? The Air Travel Complaints Program at the Cnadian Transportation Agency will take care of it at http://www.cta-otc.gc.ca/cta-otc2000/menu_e.html.
In the US, rent cars from http://www.travelocity.com. Rent a car in Europe from http://www.kemwel.com.
Get your maps and directions from GoolgeMap or MapQuest in Canada and the US but in Europe try Michelin's guide.
Book a room in the US from http://www.hotels.com. Your best hotel deal in Europe will be had from there too. Your rooms in Asia and the Pacific Rim can be shopped for at http://www.kayak.com.
If you want to stay in the lap of luxury but at bargain prices try http://www.LuxuryLink.com.
Do you want a wheelchair-friendly room? Check out http://www.whenwetravel.com/travel_destination_hotel/wheelchair_accessible_hotels.jsp
Need travel health advice?http://www.tripprep.com has details for more than 200 countries.
Need travel insurance? http://insuremytrip.com lets a dozen companies compete for your policy.
Not sure where to go? Well go where you're needed. For example, http://www.globalvolunteers.org links you to 150+ projects in 19 countries that need your help right now, and http://www.earthwatch.org has 130 teams in 46 countries who can use you.
Offer the world your own opinions and tips on travel from http://www.IgoUgo.com. Also, http://www.Epinions.com has a travel and hotels section. Travel professionals offer their reviews at http://www.ProfessionalTravelGuide.com.
Find out about money conversion rates here - http://www.XE.com.
Last minute US airport info, http://ww.faa.gov is where the FAA - Federal Aviation Administration - keeps on top of things.
Last minute weather check for a US destination? The most complete and up-to-date info is at http://noaa.gov/wx.html.
After you get home, share your pictures here http://www.cntraveler.com.
Have a safe trip.