Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Best Hotel Deals at EasyToBook.com

I recently came across a website called EasyToBook.com, and I think I should recommend it to all of you especially those who are planning for a trip. I was particularly impressed with the clean layout and eye-catching design of the website, as well as what they have to offer.

EasyToBook.com is a wonderful dedicated hotel reservation agency that assists you in making a hotel reservation and planning for your next trip. With its easy-to-use and user-friendly online system, EasyToBook.com makes it a breeze making a hotel reservation online. The beauty of EasyToBook.com doesn’t stop here, it promises discounted room rates up to 75% on selected well-managed hotels in Amsterdam and it is booking fee FREE. Yes, they do not charge a booking fee for every reservation, meaning that you’re indeed saving money everytime you make an reservation with them.

Currently, EasyToBook.com is only offering reservation service for the hotels in Amsterdam and Barcelona, but few more destinations will be added in the near future, for example, hotels in London and Rome. I know there are several well-established hotel reservation websites out there, however, I’ve done the comparison and research and found out that EasyToBook.com offers the lowest rates as promised. For example, if I reserve a room for two at Sofitel Amsterdam, EasyToBook.com offers a rate of $333.34 per night, but Expedia.com or Hotels.com is going to cost you $399.55 a night for the same room package, that’s almost 20% savings.

So, what are you waiting for? You should know which one gives you the best deals by now. Go check out EasyToBook.com and make a reservation today.

Monday, April 02, 2007

Do you buy legitimate CD's?

Nowadays, we can easily get our favorite music everywhere. You can download it from the internet and save it into your lovely iPod or traditionally just buy the physical CD with a higher price. However, pirated CD's are selling even hotter than the legitimate's. We all know it's illegal, but people still buy it.

Let's see how many percent of people are still buying legitimate CD's.