Article on travel sites

This article talks about the following travel sites: boo.com, vayama.com, VibeAgent.com, Yellowpages.travel, SearchBoth.com, ProfessionalTravelGuide.com, yapta.com, and TripIt.com, Orbitz.com (their new social networking component), BestTripChoices.com, fabsearch.com, travel.yahoo.com, americanexpress.com, travelocity.roadtripwizard.com, and cfares.com.

Are any of those favorites of yours?

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  1. lynn says:

    why do I have to be or become a member of Mercury News to view this article?

  2. Mike Martin says:

    My favorite site is http://www.airfarewatchdog.com.

    These guys search thousands of airfares by hand every day to come up with the best possible deals. They cover all of the discount carriers as well as specials listed only on airline websites. Plus you can sign up for a daily newsletter which let’s you know about the best fares from your city.

    Worth checking out…

  3. James Trotta says:

    When I first read the article there was no login required. Not sure what changed but I can’t read it anymore either.

  4. Edward says:

    I am a big fan of

    http://www.Concierge.com

    This site was not mentioned, but it is a very clean and user friendly travel site that should be mentioned in the same breath as these other sites. Also, I really like the newest travel site –

    http://www.Professionaltravelguide.com

    Although it is only in beta right now, the number of professional reviews and amount of destination information is amazing. It is not a transaction site, which keeps it clean and fun for travel planning.

  5. Dave says:

    Definitely the lonelyplanet.com for travel guide about the world. I also use http://www.agoda.com for booking hotel online.

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