Traveling with a group can be a rewarding bonding experience, except when it comes to expenses. Sometimes it feels like hiring an accountant to figure out how to divide all the meal, drink and accommodation costs involved in group trips is the best solution. Depending on who you travel with, it can take eons to collect payment from all travelers involved: According to an Airbnb-led survey of 2,000 U.S. travelers, 43 percent noted they lost up to $1,000 in payments from travel mates. In an effort to improve this part of the group travel experience, Airbnb now can take one of these calculations off the table: lodging.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Side hustles are becoming more and more popular. You probably have a few friends with side hustles and, if you don’t, you may be hanging out with the wrong people. Check any millennial-driven, career development outlet, and you’re sure to find gaggles of writers crooning over how side hustles are the way of the future, and they’re making everyone rich.
Traveling solo comes with its advantages and disadvantages. The bonuses include not having to answer to anyone and completely changing your schedule at the last minute depending on your mood and your mood only. The downsides are not having anyone to watch your luggage when you need to use the airport restroom, and sitting alone for dinner at restaurants. For those who have difficulty conceptualizing the latter, here are a few ways to make friends for those lonely dinners.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
While solo travel is on the rise, there’s still something to be said for sharing new, exciting experiences with a loved one. Traveling with your significant other can be both an unforgettable experience and a stressful one — here are some tips to achieve the former.