Monday, December 29, 2008
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Since 2002, the federal government has mandated that the commercial airlines deliver "passenger activity" information for international flights. One of our reporters has obtained a copy of his travel file. We're posting sample pages from it on our blog. Learn what the government is tracking.read post
GREATEST HITS 2008
The digs at these hotels are every bit as strange as the dreams you'll have when you lay your head on their pillows.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
It's every city's favorite excuse for a party. Here are 10 spectacular ways to ring in 2009… Packing: Backpackers Do It With Less
You'll never have to check a bag again—and pay that annoying $15 fee—with these lightweight and compact items… Movie Quest
A look at the making of the year's 10 most travel-inspiring movies—and how to have cinematic moments on your next trip.
To celebrate the 250th birthday of national poet Robert Burns, the country has organized a year of festivities—think whisky tastings, Highland Games, and events for ancestry aficionados.
See Rome three different ways: over a leisurely week at your own pace, paired with Florence, or as part of a guided tour with side trips to Florence, Naples, and Pompeii. These air-inclusive packages start at $849.
why they're a deal
Round-trip airfare on award-winning Singapore Airlines, eight nights split between Seoul, Singapore, and Bali, sightseeing tours, and transfers, from $1,299.
why it's a deal
MOST POPULAR REAL DEALS
- England Air/Car/Hotel, 8 Nights, $1,179
- New Year's Eve Hotel Packages, $196
- Mexico's Riviera Nayarit, 7 Nights, $1,250
- South America Air/Cruise, From $2,199
- Australia/New Zealand Cruise, 14 Nights, From $2,449
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