The Budget Traveler's Guide To Cut-Price Restaurant Meals

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.gadling.com/2013/04/28/the-budget-travelers-guide-to-cut-price-restaurant-meals/

    Eating out three meals a day can do some serious damage to your travel budget, especially when you want those three meals to be as good as possible. Sure, you could self-cater to save a few bucks, but if you're a real foodie who wants to taste the best a city has to offer, how can you do it without breaking the bank?

    Filling up on street food or tracking down food trucks are two tried and true techniques used by backpackers and budget travelers the world over, but those who want to eat at traditional restaurants cut their costs too. Here are five ideas for eating at sit-down restaurants on a budget.

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    simple way in the US: only order water with meals. cut out 90% marked up fountain drinks and you'll save HUNDREDS a year
     
  3. StevenGerrard

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    yes we can save some bugs but their is lots of agencies who provides cheapest flights
     

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