Monday, September 21, 2009
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Ever dreamed of visiting Down Under? Australia is a steal for U.S. travelers this fall, for three reasons: Airfares have plunged because of new competition from low-cost carriers; the U.S. dollar is strong against Australia's currency; and the ongoing recession has depressed tourism, so hotels and tour operators are dishing discounts.
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