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Monday, September 24, 2007
2007 Extra Mile Award
HOW TO TRAVEL NOW
See this snow globe? It's the most coveted snow globe in the travel industry. That's because every fall, we hand out a select few as our Extra Mile Awards, celebrating the companies that have made travelers' lives easier, more enjoyable, and just plain better. Presenting this year's winners! read more
DEALS, DEALS, DEALS
Eurofly is a discount airline that flies between New York City and Rome, Naples, and other Italian cities. All of its flights are nonstop on new Airbus 330-200 planes. Beginning this month, Eurofly is offering vacation packages, such as a four-night air/hotel package that starts at $680 per person after taxes. You'll find Eurofly fares and vacation packages only at euroflyusa.com—not through Web travel agencies, such as Orbitz, or meta-search websites, such as Kayak. read more
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Skybus is offering fares as low as $10 for one-way travel on its routes. This new discount airline connects 15 cities through its hub in Columbus, including new gateways in Chattanooga, Punta Gorda-Ft. Myers, Milwaukee, and Gulfport-Biloxi. read post
Local brews
EAT LIKE A LOCAL
A vegan restaurant in a former butchery is one of the city's surprises. Beer gardens, sushi bars, and modern diners round out the offerings.
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THE REAL DEALS
Sink into one of the world's top spas at a Southwestern sanctuary in Scottsdale, Arizona.
why it's a deal

More on Arizona:
View across Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown, New Zealand A guided tour of the South Island, with 11 nights' accommodations, bus transportation, a glacier hike in Franz Josef, a visit to the International Antarctic Centre, a scenic gondola ride in Queenstown, and more from $1,589. why it's a deal
Budget Travel 10th Anniversary
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
Which innovation has made your travels more enjoyable? It could be a product, such as noise-canceling headphones, or a website that provides driving directions. It could be a service, such as electronic toll collection for highways (like EZ Pass in the Northeast), or a customer-service touch, such as hotels adding curved shower rods to their bathrooms. If your idea is picked as one of the top 10, you'll receive a copy of The Smart Traveler's Passport: 399 Tips From Seasoned Travelers. Submit your innovation
Bob Sehlinger
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Bob Sehlinger, author of The Unofficial Guide to Las Vegas, answers your questions about Sin City on Tuesday, September 25, at noon (ET). Submit a question now
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