Monday, August 31, 2009
The tourist hordes have left (or haven't yet arrived), prices have dropped, and the weather's just delightful. Here's your worldwide guide to that overlooked moment between the high and low seasons.
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The airline seat back pocket may not be spacious, but it has at least been a place to stash your magazine or water bottle while you snooze. Not anymore. Some airlines have been told that personal items are no longer allowed in the seat back pockets. What gives?
So far, the Federal Aviation Administration doesn't have a good answer.
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Live like a local in a farmhouse in Umbria, a central Italian region of rolling hills. This Untours package also covers some groceries, an orientation session, home-cooked food at a group luncheon, a tour of an organic farm, and the services of a local representative.
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