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Monday, July 2, 2007
Reacting to TSA rules, companies are introducing containers to keep liquids inside your carry-on. We put three contenders to the test.
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FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
More travelers are booking tours, shows, and other activities far in advance of arriving at their destination. In this blog post, we talk about this trend with an industry expert. One hot tip: He recommends viator.com as a great website for booking activities and excursions.
THE REAL DEALS
From museums to monuments, a roundup of summer trip ideas for Boston, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Telluride, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere.
why it's a deal
Airfare, five nights in the Czech Republic's capital, famous for its cobblestoned, maze-like Old Town, and transfers from $678.
why it's a deal
Scheduled to set sail this summer with space for 866 passengers and 282 vehicles, the Hawaii Superferry hopes to transform the way people get around the islands.
CALLING ALL READERS
Think you're funny? Prove it by writing your best caption for this photo, taken in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates—and then come back tomorrow (July 3)
to vote for your favorite.
Last fall I scheduled a trip to Thailand and Vietnam, which required me to renew my passport. It arrived shortly before my departure date, but the day after I received it, my Airedale terrier snatched it from my desk and chewed it to bits. (She left the old one alone.) Imagine my embarrassment when, to get a new passport in time, I had to tell the U.S. government that my dog ate my passport! —Kathleen Herrmann, Chicago, Ill.
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