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When it comes to trip planning, there’s a lot to consider. An important part of maximizing your travel is making sure your vacation time doesn’t get used up in transit.
Points and miles enthusiasts naturally focus the bulk of our efforts on crafting the perfect award ticket, and finding the best free hotel room. However, it’s important not to let the finer details slip through the cracks.
Unless you’re planning an airport vacation — which isn’t all that ridiculous if we’re talking about Singapore’s Changi airport — one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is how to get to your accommodations in the first place. The options listed below are fairly common at most destinations, including international airports.
One of our favorites had been Groundlink, but we learned it had gone out of business. So we thought we’d better revisit the best ways to get from the plane to your hotel or wherever else you are headed.
Here are their pros and