Thursday, June 25, 2009
NOW OR NEVER
The south of France is Cézanne country, but this summer it's all about Picasso. His château is open through September, and you'll see his work everywhere—even in a rock quarry.
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
We're asking top guidebook writers for their tips on alternatives to wellknown tourist attractions. We've already covered alternatives to Stonehenge
and Buckingham Palace
. Now, instead of Florence's Duomo, consider Santa Maria Novella, which still has glorious art in its original settings—unlike the Duomo.
You're back from a trip, scrolling through the pictures in your digital camera, and, frankly, they're a bit disappointing. The images are flat, out of focus, just plain lame. What went wrong? Send us your travel photography questions, and we'll answer them in an upcoming Trip Coach column of the magazine.
It's not too late to plan a getaway for the holiday weekend. Take advantage of these discounted rates at hotels in Beverly Hills, Boston, D.C., Philadelphia, and other U.S. cities.
why they're a deal
- Rome, Air/Hotel, 4 Nights, From $699
- Central America, 16 Nights, $1,149
- California Hotels, From $89 a Night
- China, Air/6 Nights, From $1,324
- Greece & Turkey, Cruise/Hotel/9 Nights, $1,540
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