Friday, January 15, 2010

Monograms - Travel Planning & Details Made Simple

* This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Monograms. All opinions are 100% mine.

I'm sure it's no secret to all of you that Kevin and I love travelling. We've pretty much travelled all over America and Asia in the past decade or so but there is one place we would really really like to visit. Europe! There are just so many things to do and so many places to go, we don't even know where to start. I was just looking the Internet for cheap flight tickets and tours when I came across Monograms (


It's a really simple website that is packed with a whole lot of deals, offers and information for that perfect vacation. At Monograms, you can save time and energy while planning and booking your vacation. They handle all the details and logistical hassles, so you, the traveler, can just concentrate on having fun during your vacation. This is the the perfect way for travelers to visit a destination for the first time! Now is a great time to travel, with savings up to 20% less than 2009. Also, right now, travelers can fly to Europe for as little as $487 on a Monograms vacation and to view special travel offers! How cool is that?

So, how does this website work anyway? It's really simple. There is a simple search box to build and personalize your vacation. You just need to choose which region and city you would like to visit (you can even add in multiple cities!), where you are leaving from, when you want to go , how many travellers in your party and how many rooms you would need. Just hit search and let them do the work for you. It's as easy as that. I chose London, Paris and Amsterdam and they came out with an amazing 11 day travel itinerary for me. They also includes maps as well as all the places I should go and visit. It's totally amazing! So, if you are looking for a vacation, minus the hassle, head over to Monograms - the simple solution to planning and enjoying a vacation. You can check out their website here:

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1 comment:

Monograms said...

I really like the idea of having a "Local Host", someone who is there to help you out while in a foreign country. That can be very helpful when traveling abroad, especially if its your first time to a destination.