October 10, 2012 at 10:21am
With so many travel sites out there from well-established to up and coming, here are a couple that were recently noted by The New York Times' Frugal Traveler. (10 Travel Web Sites Worth Bookmarking)
Dishtip.com -- "DishTip organizes the world of eating out in the United States a whole new way: By clam chowder. Or turkey sandwich. Or blueberry pie. In other words, by single dish, not by restaurant. The site sorts through reviews across the Web, figures out what has been raved about, aggregates its findings and spits out rankings of the best dishes in Denver or the pizzas in Portland or the fried food in Phoenix."
Vayama.com -- "Vayama is a flight search engine that specializes in international routes — the Achilles’ heel of the sites you already use, whether you know it or not. Vayama simply seems to know about more airlines and often finds two one-way flights on different airlines that beat out a round-trip flight on a single one. It also occasionally offers you a lower price on a “secret carrier” whose identity you don’t learn until you’ve booked the flight.
Read the full NY Times article for other site ideas that can help your vacation rental guests.