RelayRides City Guide: New Orleans

Travel writer Melanie Lieberman helps you make the most of your trip to the Big Easy with a definitive guide to the best places to eat, stay, and things to do. New Orleans is so much more than Mardi Gras beads and multi-colored king cake, though a weekend in The Big Easy will always feel...
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Experience International Culture Without Ever Leaving the US

Want to experience culture, but flying internationally isn’t in your budget? RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares 5 U.S. cultural destinations. Do you have the international travel bug in you? The problem is that international travel can be really expensive. Great news: due to various ethnic populations settling in the United States and modeling their lives after the...
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Supplement Your Income with Hawaiian-Style Hospitality

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman highlights a member’s story to show how one man turned expensive car ownership in Hawaii to his advantage. Car ownership is typically more expensive where Ashley Griffin and his wife, Sarah, live: Kauai, Hawaii. The climate (salty air and strong UV rays) can wear out the car body and frame...
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Visit D.C.’s Cherry Blossoms in Style

Travel writer Melanie Lieberman can help you rent a convertible and enjoy a joyride through the capital’s cherry blossoms.  Washington, D.C.’s 3,700 cherry blossom trees have hit their peak bloom this week, and the weather has finally turned toward spring. With temperatures hovering in the high 60’s and low 70’s, there’s no better time of...
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Highlights on an I-70 Road Trip Across America

If you are a fan of road trips, I-70 is one of the longest routes in America. Travel writer Eric Rosenberg offers interesting stops along the way. One of the greatest ways to see America is by driving along the extensive interstate highway system. One of the longest routes is Interstate 70, which runs from...
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5 Tips for Saving on Your Miami Vacation

Are you looking to visit Miami during an upcoming vacation? Travel expert Eric Rosenberg can help you make your travels fun without breaking the bank. There is no place in the United States quite like Miami. Experiences like viewing the sparkling water as the sun sets over the ocean, dancing to sunrise at a popular...
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Three Ways to Crowdsource Your Holiday

Use the Internet for more than just travel inspiration. RelayRides travel blogger Melanie Lieberman shares her favorite sites for crowdsourcing your next getaway. Chances are, you’re not the only one wistfully planning a cross-country road trip, or dreaming of exotic, tropical getaways. Whether you’re a regular nomad or planning for a major, once-in-a-lifetime vacation, tapping...
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Flying to SFO and LAX Is Better Than Ever

Travel blogger Melanie Lieberman shares reasons to fly into LAX and SFO, including  RelayRides rentals waiting for you right at the lot. The hardest part of taking a trip is usually getting there. Few people vacation for the sake of renting a car, passing through airport security or meandering through dim, dreary terminals. But major...
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Top 5 US beaches to Visit this Spring Break

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares five US beaches you don’t want to miss this spring break. Spring break is right around the corner. It’s time to slough off your sweaters, soak in the sunshine, and put some distance between you and the long winter endured. How better to do this than to spend a...
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Top New England Ski Destinations

Just because you don’t live in Colorado does not mean you don’t have skiing nearby. Eric Rosenberg offers top ski resorts on the East Coast. If you are a fan of skiing or snowboarding, you know that there are few better feelings than the crisp, clean mountain air on your first run of the day...
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