A recent survey found the average summer vacation will cost just over three thousand dollars, a figure that’s up 40 percent from last year. Travel experts suggest booking your flights and hotel rooms as early as possible, and jump on the Internet to check out any deals. But Jim Twyman of A-1 Travel in Des Moines says you need to be wary. He says if you don’t know who you’re dealing with, there are a lot of scams on the Internet.If you don’t have time to book your vacation on your own, travel agents like Nat Hamrick of Council Travel in Ames are ready for your business. He says travel agents know from experience the type of quality the airlines and hotels will provide.What are the vacation hot spots? Jim Twyman of A-1 Travel says Disneyworld, Las Vegas, Cancun, Hawaii, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.Eighty percent of Americans are expected to charge their vacations to their credit cards.
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