$358 R/T to Moscow
Maybe the sky is falling and weâ€™re on the edge of a fiscal cliff, but airfare prices are plummeting, too.Â Theyâ€™re falling so low, it makes me, world traveler who likes to stay home once in a while, want to plan a tripâ€¦ so as not to miss out!
I receive travel alerts in my inbox all the time, and this one is hotter than hot:Â $358 roundtrip, Washington, DC â€“ Moscow â€“ Washington, DC.Â That makes even us non-state, nationâ€™s capital, inside-the-Beltway, taxation-without-representation folks take notice.Â Read my lips:Â roundtrip, all taxes and fees paid.Â Travel dates are January through April 2013.
Keep in mind that I have no connection whatsoever with this company, and they donâ€™t know that I exist, other than I, along with you, might want to take advantage of their cheap flights that are anywhere from one-half to one-quarter of what this kind of airfare usually costs.Â Check it out at Fly.com. Â I hope theyâ€™re not sold-out overnight.
For our family of six that would be $2148, the normal cost of a couple of airline tickets!Â Amazing.Â Why, oh why, do these deals only come when you have no. plans. whatsoever. to travel to that part of the world???
Maybe itâ€™s a sign.Â Maybe we should travel.
Hmmmâ€¦ then there are hotels, and meals, and transportation.Â Nothing that pitching a pup tent or two in Red Square, Ramen noodles, and the Moscow subway canâ€™t solve.
As they say in Russian, â€œPahâ€™dyom!â€ (Letâ€™s go!)
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