There are a ton of travel planning sites, but I just found my new favorite. Duffel (find the site at duffelup) calls itself "a trip-planning tool for people who are not planning any trips," but it's pretty handy for actual trip planning, too.
Sign into the site to create trips — real or imagined — to any place in the world. Then add the Duffel bookmarking tool to your browser's bookmarks. When you visit sites of interest for your trip — hotels, tours, restaurant listings, or even just a random sentence or two about something cool to do in the area — click the bookmark to save it to your Duffel. You can set saved trip information to public or private, or opt to share them with just a few people, like family or travel partners.
There are more great features on the site, too, from the easy to use drag and drop interface to the incorporation of Google maps to a printable itinerary view condensing all of your saved information into a printable list. Duffel also offers suggestions to popular destinations like New York City or Las Vegas.
I've been having a blast creating and adding to a few "dream" trips I'd like to take . . . now the only problem is figuring out where to go first.
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