Monday, February 25, 2008
Artists and other creative types are having their way with hotel rooms from Copenhagen to Cape Town—and they're thinking way outside the box. Plus, check out our slide show
of these bold hotel rooms.
We asked you to share stories and photos of your most memorable sunsets and got a phenomenal response. Here are 16 of the best!
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Officials in London have announced the possibility that U.S. air marshals could soon be used on all transatlantic flights on U.S. carriers. The U.S. also wants to expand the Passenger Name Record, an agreement with European carriers in which they give U.S. authorities 19 pieces of information about passengers flying to the U.S. 72 hours prior to departure. Should U.S. authorities have such unfiltered access to passengers' information? And do armed marshals make you feel more or less secure?
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
Forget last night's Oscars: We're interested in 2007's most travel-inspiring movies. Here are our top 10, with tips on how to re-create the best moments…. Win a Monograms Trip in Australia!
Feeling clever? If you can unscramble this photo by February 29, you might be the lucky winner…. Websites That Promise the World
We put three social-networking and trip-planning websites to the test.
The city of Quebec kicked off its yearlong 400th birthday party in January, and the calendar is crammed with anniversary events, exhibits, and performances yet to come. Here are the highlights.
THE REAL DEALS
Airfare and a week chilling out at the unspoiled Grace Bay Beach in the Caribbean paradise of Turks and Caicos, a set of 40 gorgeous islands and cays, from $862.
why it's a deal
A quick two-night getaway that includes a scenic cruise from downtown Seattle to Victoria, B.C., plus a tour of the 55-acre
Butchart Gardens, from $439.
why it's a deal
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Maria Burwell, editor of Fodor's New York City 2009
, answers your questions on the Big Apple on Tuesday, February 26, at noon (ET).
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