One of the blogs I follow (Thread Tripping) recently had a post about different itinerary managers. These managers offer a convenient place to keep all of your reservation information and dates. I had no idea there were options other than Tripit so I signed up for all of them and gave them a try. I imported my next three trips: a weekend in San Diego, my Honeymoon, and a ski trip to Utah. It included a variety of air and hotel types including a Southwest booking for two people on points, which turned out to be the most difficult to import because of the way Southwest generates two confirmation numbers for one email. Here are my thoughts and the one I’m going to be using going forward.
After several years of traveling (and even more years addicted to gadgets) I’ve found that there are certain things that I just can’t travel without. These are things that make travel easier and reduce a lot of the common little problems that get in a way. They aren’t going to make or break your trip, but they may make it just a little bit easier. Continue reading “The Best Travel Accessories and Gadgets”