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07-16-2008, 01:23 AM #1
andrew harper - anyone a member
on my quest to do something i love, a few others mentioned in the "business/inspirational" thread the idea of me creating an exclusive food guide.
does anyone subscribe to this service for travel? have you ever used their concierge services? did they charge for this too? or is it a benefit of membership/subscription?
any insight you can provide would be helpful.
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12-11-2008, 07:55 PM #2
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- Dec 2008
I have done Andrew Harper before and personally I didn't think it was worth the money. What I did like about it was his perspective on a global scale so if you are interested in travel abroad it might be a good investment. However the read is a little dry and aesthetically not much to look at.
I ended up joining a travel club after I canceled my Harper membership because I don't have enough time to do the detailed trip planning all on my own. The one I joined, One Key offered a personal concierge who did the 'Andrew Harper research' for each destination I traveled to. This was a great alternative, however the destinations aren't nearly as unique or exotic as the ones Harper offered. For me, a trip to Tuscany, Cabo or Turks and Caicos is enough to temporarily satisfy my palate. But everyone is different.
The upside to Harper is that you know his opinion is completely unbiased. I would recommend downloading a free sample to see if you like it. Hope that helped.