If you have the urge to roam, but don't care too much about where you wind up, these planning tips will get you there cheap, wherever "there" happens to be.
Travel is a great way to unwind and gain some fresh perspective. Get both, without spending a lot of money (nor precious vacation days), with a quick weekend away from home.
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