40 vacation travel tips from TED staffers

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Blog_Travel_tips_TED38143822_thumbnailTokyo. Istanbul. Killarney. When TED closes for our annual two-week vacation, staff members travel far and wide. Ready to plan your next vacation? Try some of our best travel tips.

For planning your trip…

Use an Incognito Window to book flights. “You know how you check the price of a flight, then go back a day later — and the price has gone up? That seems to happen less often if you use the Incognito function in Chrome. I also love Kayak, because it gives you advice on whether to book your ticket or wait for a better price.” — Kate Torgovnick May, writer

Try Airfarewatchdog.com. “You put in a destination, and get emails with updates on fares so you know when there are deals. Geneva is my spot, and I get excited when I see a round-trip flight for $650 instead of $1,200.” — Hailey…

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