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Monday, March 30, 2009
Staffordshire bull terrier
Seasoned travelers know to watch out for the accidents, illnesses, and delays that can ruin a vacation. But a few laws are so unexpected that they can catch even the biggest travel junkies off guard. For instance, no matter how cute your Staffordshire bull terrier is, don't try to bring her with you on an extended visit to Germany. read more
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Some of Paris's finest restaurants are running great deals right now, but you have to know where to look. Our on-the-scene reporter dishes all. read post
Blog: Orbitz's Biggest Hotel Sale Ever Save at least 30 percent on thousands of hotels worldwide through the end of May… How to Stay in Touch While on the Road We review six handy new tools that let you update the folks back home easily and cheaply… A Cozy Hut Is Just a Mile Away On the Appalachian Mountain Club's trails, you can stay in huts straight out of summer camp!
At what age are kids old enough to wheel their own suitcases? What's the secret to smooth traveling with a baby? Any surefire ways to help kids deal with jet lag? How do you conquer Disney and other amusement parks? E-mail us your finds by April 2, and your advice might be featured in The Smart Traveler's Passport: Family Edition, our upcoming guide to family travel. share your tips now
Niagara Falls
Spend three nights on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. From your hotel, admire the breathtaking view, test your luck at the casino next door, or stroll the streets packed with colorful shops.
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The Seine Check out the French capital and then travel on for a few sunny days at the seaside Spanish city. Comparing and contrasting these famous European cities hasn't been this affordable in decades.
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Auckland, North Island, New Zealand Stay a week in Auckland, a stylish city on the coast that is home to more than a million people…and 48 extinct volcanoes.
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