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Finding a Great Inexpensive Hotel

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Staying in an unfamiliar city, working on a budget, and trying to find a decent hotel… three factors that seem impossible to fit together. Yet, it is definitely possible to find a good hotel on a budget when you don’t know the area all that well.

The first option is obviously to stay somewhere you’ve been before. If it’s a city you haven’t visited before, try to talk to someone who has either visited or lived in this city and ask them about hotels they have stayed in or heard about. You could find a hidden gem this way!

If nobody you know has been to the city you are visiting, there are still ways of finding out which hotels are reputable and which to avoid at all costs… other than by trial and error.

How to check up-to-date Weather reports with Firefox

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When its comes to weather plugins for Firefox it seems their pretty easy to make because they’re so many of them. Just grab the weather forecast for the day from some place and update the plugin to show that info, simple right?

NO! 1ClickWeather plugin shows that weather isn’t just about copy pasting some unconfirmed weather claim . Utilizing data harnessed from around the world at 1ClickWeather goes beyond the normal collection of data to including regional Doppler radar maps (with severe weather alerts, when applicable). It may also use international satellite maps which gives it the ability to predict up to 5 days of forecast information.

You also get to detail and customize weather content, from 10-day forecasts to hour-by-hour updates. If you choose to, you can also get video updates of weather conditions 72  hours ahead by On-Camera Meteorologists from The Weather Channel through clickable icons.