Monday, March 3, 2008
THE REAL DEALS
Six nights split between a hotel in Paris's Le Marais neighborhood and a château in the Loire Valley, plus a rental car, sightseeing tours, a wine tasting, and some meals, from $1,236.
why it's a deal
For Budget Travel
's 10th anniversary issue, we asked readers to submit their all-time best travel photographs for our cover image. The response was incredible—nearly 1,500 of you sent in pictures documenting trips all over the globe. It was tough to narrow them down, and we need your help selecting the shot that will grace our June 2008 cover. Vote now, and come summer, your favorite image might be on the newsstands!
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Fewer Americans want to spend summer in the city—New York City, that is—according to a recent survey by the American Society of Travel Agents. Do you think New York has become too expensive for American travelers? How are the weak dollar and high gas prices affecting your summer travel plans?
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
Slide Show: Readers' Sunsets
We asked you to share stories and photos of your most memorable sunsets—here are 16 of the best…. Dream Trips 2008
Once-in-a-lifetime trips mean different things to different people. Some look for the most romantic place on earth; others want to be scared witless…. 25 Reasons We Love San Diego
reveals how the sun-kissed city has revitalized its downtown without losing its fresh, funky soul.
Spring Break Made Easier
We've rounded up handy advice for making the most of your family's time together—whether you're hitting the road or staying close to home.
You've figured out how to take video with your digital camera. Here are the best spots to show it off.
THE REAL DEALS
It's not too late to score a great deal on a ski vacation. We've updated our list with six packages for Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, and Vermont, from $103.
why they're a deal
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Anne Hanley, author of Time Out Rome
, winner of our guidebook smackdown for Rome, answers your questions on Tuesday, March 4, at noon (ET).
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