Thursday, May 26, 2011
Forget New York and Los Angeles! We're heading across the country—from the desert to the bayou to old steel towns—to find the most authentic regional fare from coast to coast.
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Airfare and gas prices are both on the rise. So which method of transportation is more affordable? Here's what you need to know to answer that question.
YOUNG AT HEART
Longest. Fastest. Tallest. Steepest. As theme parks across the U.S. throw open the gates this weekend, kicking off 2011's summer of fun, do you dare climb aboard and test your mettle (and by "mettle," we mean "stomach strength")? We scoured theme parks big and small to find America's wildest adventures.
The U.S. government lifted its travel warning to Japan last month, and this affordable four-night vacation can help boost the nation's recovery effort—but time is limited. Book by May 31 to secure your spot, and $50 will be donated to the consulate general of Japan and the Japanese Red Cross.
why it's a deal
- Maui, Air/6 Nights, From $904
- Dublin, Air/4 Nights, From $648
- Beijing, Air/6 Nights, From $799
- Orlando, Air/3 Nights, From $235
- Madrid, Air/6 Nights, From $1,099
START PLANNING A TRIP TO THESE POPULAR U.S. CITIES
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