I travel, all the time. Pretty much once or twice a month. My company books my travel but I always look to see what flights are going to work best for my personal schedule. I have been using the site Orbitz but I find that limiting. However I have just found a very cool site called SideStep the travelers search engine.

What makes SideStep so different than other sites for travel is that it combs the web to find all prices from many other travel sites and presents them to you in one easy to see screen. Just for the heck of it I put in travel to Fort Lauderdale. I know we were just there a couple of weeks ago but I also know that we are going to be going back multiple times to visit. So I searched for specific dates and I got a huge return on options. And the search was fast. I got 798 possible flights returned to me in seconds.

And what is really cool is that I can use the SmartSort feature to turn on and off the features I am looking for, so lets say that my budget for tickets was $450.00 however some of the 798 possible flights were well over that price. And I am looking for some Cheap Flights so I then moved the slider for the price range to my budget area. The search reorders itself to return just those flights that fit my needs. I can then play around with options of time of departure, time of arrival. This is key for me because I used to have to start a search all over to change the options. SideStep is awesome with making tweaks to your travel searches.

And for the heck of it I checked out the Travel Guide for Philadelphia. I am traveling down that way tomorrow and wanted to see the prices on Philadelphia Hotels and also take a look at the Travel Guide for Philly. Even though I am not a fan of the airport there. I would like to explore the city because of the rich history it has. And with SideStep I can do that tour virtually. And in the travel guide I can find out more information by seeing Philadelphia travel blogs, tours to take, as well as the best places to eat and have fun. I’ll be SideStepping to my next vacation.

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