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Thursday, April 19, 2007
A baby ebony langur
In a ridiculously cute new feature, we spotlight babies born recently at top U.S. zoos. Speedy red river hog triplets, a 95-pound newborn rhino, and an Asian elephant named Mac, who loves splashing in his pool, are a few of the newcomers. Want to know where to spot an okapi? Or how to bypass long lines for a glimpse of panda cub Mei Lan? We've got fun facts, tips for planning a zoo visit, and plenty of photos—just try making it through this slide show without cracking a smile!
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Two land-loving, city-living friends took to the high seas (OK, the Florida Keys) for a glorious child-free adventure. How'd it turn out? Well, that depends on whether you ask Gayle Forman or Marjorie Ingall. read more
Airfare, seven nights in Lisbon and Porto, transfers, and sightseeing from $1,044.
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Hotel packages for Memphis, hosting a yearlong soul music bash, and Nashville, where tastes favor country music and President Andrew Jackson once lived. Rates start at $199. why it's a deal
For those curious and willing to visit Myanmar, a beautiful but isolated country ruled by a repressive military junta, this two-week guided tour starting at $905 makes a great introduction. why it's a deal
We asked you to tell us about the most thrilling thing you did on a trip, and we've picked the coolest story. Congratulations to Robert Mitchell, of Guilford, Conn., who has won a Sony Reader, for his story of seeing lava eruptions from the crater of the Stromboli volcano in southern Italy.
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