WTM Featured on Roms Deals for a Quick Miles & Points Interview

| Updated: May 29, 2017
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Roms Deals Readers: Thanks for reading the interview featured on Rom’s Deals about my recent 36 day Euro-trip that cost less than $1,700. Hopefully some of the info from our trip can provide some insight and inspiration for others to learn how to travel for almost nothing!

If you haven’t checked out the article yet, Rom interviewed me about my trip that took me through Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro and that shows how I traveled affordably while staying in luxury hotels for free and flying in Business class paid for by points.

Below are the links to some of the posts covering our trip so if you are curious about some of the hotels, hikes and other aspects of the trip take a read:

Planning the Trip

Exploring the Untouched Forests of Montenegro

Travel Destination: Montenegro’s Medieval Bay of Kotor

Hotel Review: Radisson Blu Dubrovnik Sun Gardens

Travel Destination: Turkey’s Turquoise Coast

Hotel Review: Radisson Blu Bosphorus

Hotel Review: Holiday Inn Sisli Istanbul

Sooo a Rock Fell on Our Rental Car: How to Sucessfully Submit a Visa Rental Car Insurance Claim

Also be sure to check out the new infographic comparing saver economy awards across the popular US airline points programs. I’m finishing up the details on a more comprehensive post that will have charts for business and first class awards as well.

Thanks Rom for the great interview and thanks for reading!

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