What sort of holiday do you go in for - do you book in advance or leave it to the last minute?
When you go on holiday, what sort of hotel/resort do you go for? Do you go cruising on liners? Or do you follow inland waterways and stay in B&B's, eating in pubs?
Before I had kids everything (except the plane ticket) was left to the last minute. I never would make any reservations and would just arrive and see what happened. Once I started traveling with children I knew I didn't want to risk sleeping on a bench somewhere..
I used to stay at backpacker/youth hostel type places, (my goal was to travel as long as possible), and now we stay in hotels and usually have much shorter trips!
Usually my holidays are never planned [The planned ones get cancelled always!] So every time I went on a trip it was last minute. What type of hotel/resort I go for totally depends how much money I have in hand and who are my fellow mates. I've been to best hotels in some tourist spots and also stayed on the road in some others to cut cost!
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