Monday, October 6, 2008
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What would possess Joanna Goddard to open her home to people she doesn't even know? The opportunity to stay in theirs! Welcome to the wild world of house swapping, the best deal in travel for those willing to make a trade. Plus, check back on October 14, when Goddard will answer your questions.
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THE REAL DEALS
JetBlue covers two nights in historic Quincy, about eight miles outside of Boston, and round-trip airfare for $239.
why it's a deal
A $449 air/hotel offer from American Airlines and Fairmont hotels, plus some train deals, will get you thinking about a northern getaway.
why they're a deal
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Greg Benchwick, author of Lonely Planet: Cancún, Cozumel & the Yucatán
, answers your questions on trips to these Mexican destinations on Tuesday, October 7, at noon (ET).
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