Just the Ticket? Not Quite
The Good: Hotel details and descriptions are better than most
The Bad: Entertainment advice isn't all that much help
The Bottom Line: A good place for hotels and flights, but not consistently cheaper than rivals
In late 2000, I was wrapping up one job in Memphis and starting another in Silicon Valley -- a feat that involved several months of flying back and forth. As far as I can remember, it was the first time I had ever booked travel online, and I was wowed. It was actually fun -- trying all the different sites, finding the cheapest deals. It was like scouring second-hand stores for that great vintage purse.
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