Monday, March 10, 2008
We challenged photographer Ian Gittler to capture glimpses of unexpected, everyday life in Paris—and found ourselves falling in love with the city all over again. Check out a slide show
with his fresh impressions and images.
If baseball is a religion, then Yankee Stadium is its grand cathedral. But with its destruction imminent, and a new stadium slated to open in 2009, now's your last chance to soak up the 85-year-old stadium's history. There's no better way to do so than to take the Yankee Stadium tour. Check out our slide show
and read a first-person account.
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Airlines lower fares on different routes every day without advertising the price cuts. A fare could be $400 today, $98 tomorrow, and then $500 the next day. Enter the folks at Airfarewatchdog.com. In a new feature, the site lets you choose your city-to-city routes or departure cites and how often you'd like to be alerted via email to fare changes. It's the only airfares website that tracks all airlines, including Southwest, as well as promo code fares.
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. Now we need your help selecting the shot that will grace our June 2008 cover.
THE REAL DEALS
A $300 per couple early-bird discount brings the cost of a seven-night cruise through the Douro River Valley, plus a two-night hotel stay in Lisbon and guided tours at many local attractions along the route, to $1,749 per person.
why it's a deal
Known as the Island of Swallows, this isle off Mexico's Yucatán coast counts more than 30 world-class dive sites within the rainbow-hued reefs that ring its shores. This package covers five nights' accommodations, tank dives, unlimited shore diving, and transfers, from $619.
why it's a deal
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Tim Leffel, coauthor of Traveler's Tool Kit: Mexico and Central America
, answers your questions on Tuesday, March 11, at noon (ET).
Submit a question now