“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

Save Money on Vacation

We found these money-saving vacation tips from Deborah Cicurel in a slideshow on MSN-Lifestyle.

Some of our favorites include:

Look for packages that bundle your flight, ground transportation, and hotel;

Keep an eye on your hotel, if there’s a free cancellation policy, and re-book if you can get something cheaper;

Avoid excess charges at the airport by saying no to frills and carefully complying with all luggage policies – weigh that suitcase!

Work around peak travel dates, especially school holidays and summer vacation, or wait until the end of summer when prices often drop;

Make lunch your ‘splash’ meal, instead of dinner (if you really want to watch the sunset or moonrise, while you dine, limit your order to appetizers in the evening);

Look for free or inexpensive attractions for your sight-seeing;

Make sure you know what your phone plan’s roaming charges are at your destination, otherwise you can rack up thousands in charges;

Be souvenir-savvy and shop all through your stay, then go back for that one item that you’ll always treasure.

Read more about these and the rest of Deborah’s Money-saving Tips.