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Thursday, June 7, 2007
Cedar Covered Bridge in Madison County
In the rush and tumble of modern life, the most satisfying road trip might be to a place where small-town America seems not to have changed all that much. read more

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New York City's JFK airport finally got a cellphone parking lot—a parking lot where drivers picking up arriving passengers can wait until the passengers call to say that they've landed. If your local airport doesn't have one of these lots, you should absolutely e-mail someone there and ask why not. This kind of lot means fewer cars clogging up airport roads, and cleaner air to boot. (The self-promoter in me needs to point out that cellphone parking lots are one of the topics Brad Tuttle and I cover in "How to Travel Now"). —Erik Torkells post a comment
Giant Pool Balls
Sculpture Projects Münster is one of Europe's largest outdoor art exhibits, but it's only held once a decade. This year, 37 artists will explore how art can transform public space. Don't worry if you can't make it to Germany between June 17 and September 30: Thirty-four works from the previous exhibitions are still on display in the city. Launch our slide show to see three past favorites and to preview one of this year's installations. read more
Airfare and an 11-night guided tour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai and back, with colorful markets, Buddhist temples, and lush river valleys along the way, from $1,199.
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Fly to the City of Angels and spend three nights at the Omni Hotel from $429.
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Six nights at an all-inclusive resort set in the snorkeling paradise of Placencia from $1,339. why it's a deal
The Budget Travel Minute
In cased you missed it, here's a quick recap of recent episodes of The Budget Travel Minute, packed with insider tips on how to be a savvy traveler. The segments air during the weekly TV show Explorations With Richard Wiese—and you can watch them anytime on our website!
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