Monday, August 3, 2009
Medical experts weigh in on healthy travel. Use their battle plan to avoid colds, jet lag, and other troubles.
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Enraged at having his cigarettes confiscated, a customer killed a restaurant owner in southwest Turkey. It's the first—and hopefully last—such casualty since a ban on smoking in bars and restaurants took effect. The Turks are heavy smokers, but similar bans have worked in places like Paris. As the smoke clears, are you more likely to spend time in Turkey and its cafés?
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While certain hassles are unavoidable, a little planning and smart strategizing can go a long way toward making traveling during the holidays more pleasant. Send us your questions, and we'll answer them in an upcoming Trip Coach column in the magazine.
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