Trazzler is a new site that has you pick a series of travel destinations you like. As you’re choosing from the selections you make (and your browsing history the site), it develops a traveler “profile” of you to provide better recommendations.
It looks interesting — I’ve posted about quite a few travel sites in the past (and will soon be creating a “The Best…” list for how to use them with English Language Learners as a classroom activity), but I haven’t seen any that have this kind of recommendation system. I could see this site being useful as an engaging reading and writing activity.
Thanks to Keisa Williams for the tip, the second one I’ve gotten from her off Twitter (she’s @monarchlibrary there) in a week.
Trazzler’s a great site. Very clean UI and nice social network integration through Facebook connect.
We operate another Travel site that makes it easy to determine the cost of driving anywhere in the US, and compare to the cost of flying (for trips over 200 miles). You can find it at http://www.Cost2Drive.com.