Thursday, May 14, 2009
While not a cheap date when it comes to lodging, Miami does have a handful of hotels that are centrally located, tastefully attired, and surprisingly affordable. Follow our booking strategies and then stay at one of our top picks.
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Seven nights in a chalet in the Chamonix Valley and daily guided walks along Western Europe's Mont Blanc Circuit, which connects the Alpine borders of France, Italy, and Switzerland, plus most meals and transfers, from $1,287.
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A summer trip is within reach thanks to this United Vacations package that covers airfare to L.A., a five-night hotel stay, and tickets to the park and California Adventure, from $829.
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The U.S. Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands are offering summer packages with air vouchers and dining and sightseeing discounts, from $138 a night.
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