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How to book a last-minute Labor Day trip

If your travel plans for Labor Day look a bit bleak, don't panic. Thanks to the Internet, cutting corners is really just about learning where to go.

Here's the low-down on how to book an adventure at the last minute.

10 tips for traveling the world on a budget

Because you really, really want to see this out a plane window, trust us. Photo: tephi/Twenty20
Because you really, really want to see this out a plane window, trust us. Photo: tephi/Twenty20
Get basic travel tips you don’t really think about — like monitoring exchange rates for affordability and mastering how to outsmart the algorithm that tracks how much you pay for airfare (and then hijacks you on the price). Also get advice on how to rethink where you sleep, eat and play.

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4 websites for booking adventure

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Booking your next adventure is just a click away. Photo: shannonbadiee/Twenty20
Now that you're armed with the how-to part of the travel equation, it's time to decide where to go and what to do when you get there.

Fish, dive, or sail away, and discover where to go solo or meet new people.

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Small travel budget? Book a trip in your own hometown

Buy physical maps and guidebooks for a closer look at your hometown. Photo: Brandon Scherzberg
Buy physical maps and guidebooks for a closer look at your hometown. Photo: Brandon Scherzberg
If hopping a plane isn't in the cards, it’s okay: New adventure can be found right around the corner.

Pretend like you're from out-of-town and discover home in a whole new way; it's a lot easier to escape your routine than you think.

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