One thing I like doing is going back and reading reviews of places I’ve been so I can see opinions through other’s eyes. Yesterday I did that with the Pont du Gard in France and was surprised about reviews giving it 1-star even though they never bothered to see it. The theme of many complaints was they got there, saw the price so turned around and left, but then complained about their time being wasted. That seems like a self-inflicted way to ruin a trip and I wonder if that type of person ever sees anything.
I’ll assume nobody on this forum owns a yacht or a private plane and that we all have some kind of budget that limits us to varying degrees of just what our dream trip can be for us. But I’m curious if any cheapskate DNA you have in you has ever been enough to ruin your trip?