BOSTON, MA, September 14, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Lynn Caster
knows how difficult it can be to plan a vacation. As the owner of the Rose and Lilac Inn in Massachusetts, Lynn has seen many clients who were not properly prepared for their trips. When a family lacks preparation, they are unable to properly enjoy their vacation. However, the age of technology has made trip planning much easier, thanks to digital apps.
The Huffington Post published an article
that praises a few particular apps that have been known to enhance people's vacation planning process. The first of these apps is HomeAway Vacation Rentals. Lynn Caster points out how this new app allows people to search through a database that contains over 575,000 properties. People can filter their search results to tailor to certain amenities. Trouble finding a place to reside on vacation is now a thing of the past.
The next app to point out is City Maps 2Go. This is an incredibly helpful tool for vacationers who are visiting a new area. They will want to know what are the tourist hotspots and what activities are available. City Maps 2Go lets users find attractions, restaurants, events, activities, and other detailed features of a city. The best aspect of this app is that it allows users to save maps to their phone. Therefore, they do not have to worry about being unable to access a map when they are cut off from Internet access.
Gas Buddy and Scout Mob are two great apps for saving money. Times are tough, and while it is important to have fun on vacation, some people are still watching their finances. Gas Buddy helps users find the cheapest gas stations in the area, allowing them to save money for souvenirs. Scout Mob is designed to point out local deals and discounts at restaurants and shops.
Lynn Caster points out the next app for its ability to save users from frustration. The Honk app was created to help enhance the parking experience. Down the shore or in major cities, it is nearly impossible to park without having to deal with a meter. Honk allows users to count down how much time is left in a parking meter. This reduces the chances of getting a parking ticket by alerting the user when their time is almost up.
Finally, there is iExit. This app works excellently with road trips and vacations that consist of a lot of driving. iExit lists all of the crucial details when driving on major highways. It displays rest stops, fuel, food, and upcoming exits. Vacationers will no longer have to worry about missing important locations on the interstate.
Lynn Caster states, "It's the 21st century. More people need to take advantage of technology. These apps are just a few out of a collection of thousands. They are extremely helpful tools for people who have trouble efficiently planning their vacations."
Lynn Caster recommends that people plan their trips as early as possible and to consider investing in one of these handy travel apps.
Lynn Caster is the owner and operator of the Rose and Lilac Inn. Visitors of this bed and breakfast can indulge in various activities like shopping, sunbathing, or just lounging around. Lynn Caster provides several packages for Rose and Lilac Inn guests. The bed and breakfast accommodates people on their weddings, vow renewals, honeymoons, and traditional getaways. Lynn Caster is also a certified yoga instructor, further enhancing her abilities to induce peace and tranquility.