Thursday, August 7, 2008
DON'T LET IT FADE
Summer travel doesn't have to break the bank. Here are five smart ways to have a great experience your kids will never forget—one that won't leave you with credit-card bills that make you wish you'd never gone in the first place. read more
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Delta is adding wireless Internet access to its entire domestic fleet, enabling travelers to work or surf at 33,000 feet. By year's end, Delta will have 73 planes with Wi-Fi. By this time next year, all of its 330 domestic planes will offer the service, which will cost $10 for flights under three hours and $13 for longer flights.
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We've already received a lot of responses, but we want to be sure to get it right. So, tell us where to eat, shop, play, and stay (and include any related photos!). From the break of dawn until you shut down the joint, how do you make every second count in Providence, R.I.?
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Carolyn Spencer Brown—editor in chief of cruisecritic.com—shares everything you need to know before you hit the high seas. Here are the 10 questions to ask before you book.
THE REAL DEALS
This JetBlue package covers airfare and four nights at a resort in lively Santo Domingo, from $445. The oldest city in the New World offers colonial palaces, merengue clubs, and souvenirs like cigars and amber jewelry.
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Virgin Vacations is offering an autumn getaway that includes airfare and six nights split between these two storied UK cities, from $1,179. why it's a deal
Airfare and five nights split between the fast-paced capital of Japan and the South Korean metropolis, where centuries-old temples and pagodas are juxtaposed against skyscrapers and 12-lane freeways, from $1,649.
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