The interactive nature of the World Wide Web allows you to make most of your travel plans without leaving your keyboard. Airlines allow you to enter your departure and return dates, and then they'll give you the flights available and the cost for either one-way or round trips. On-line ticket purchases are available with most major credit cards. The choice of accommodations gives an indication of the worldwide nature of the Internet. It's just as easy to find bed-and-breakfast in Scotland as a hotel in Las Vegas. While most of the major hotels will allow you to make reservations on-line, some places that require deposits may ask you to mail a check or phone in a credit card number. While you're planning your trip, don't forget to reserve a rental car. Thanks to the Internet, that's another service that's only a few clicks away.
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