Essay 2: Explaining a Concept; Draft 1

1057 Words Mar 21st, 2012 5 Pages
Wendy Gomez
Professor Slusser
English 101
February 27, 2012
A Guide for the Ultimate Vacation
We’ve all dreamt about our favorite getaway vacation at the ultimately lowest price possible, but have we ever achieved it?? The next couple of paragraphs will give you some insight as to how to get the best vacation possible at the lowest price.
The first step is choosing your destination. Choosing your destination might not be a big deal if you already have your mind set on where you would like to go. If you have many options to choose from, here are some tips to narrow your options. Once you’ve narrowed down your destinations, research your top three or four preferred spots. Find out when the ideal time to would be, or when it is not
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Something that was recommended for me to do was go to setting on your internet page, click ‘Cache Operations’, click ‘Clear Cookie Cache’ and ‘Clear History’. This will clear the computer’s memory of your searches and you’re guaranteed the lowest possible price, according to computer techs. Besides, what’ve you got to loose?
The third step would be to reserve the hotel. For reserving the hotel, the same steps that applied for the flight, can apply here. If traveling with a group of people on a budget, you have to be aware of the fact that hotels will not charge for a group of 2-3. Anything more than that and you will get charge for each person. To get the most for your money, reserve a hotel that is close to all the main attractions, that way, if everything is within walking distance, you will not have to spend money on extra transportation or gas and that would put extra money in your pocket.
The final step would be: save, save save! Saving money is essential to any vacation. Research how much the main attractions would be and estimate how much you would spend on attractions, food, and transportation. Buying your airplane ticket and reserving your hotel early enough, will allow you to save more money so that you can spend more. Try not to eat out as much, pack your own lunch. If possible, put off small one or two hour trips until your vacation. The less you spend, the more you can save.
Lastly, the day of your

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