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Monday, February 11, 2008
The beach by Natura Cabañas
FEATURE STORY
There's no better place to just hang loose than the perpetually mellow town of Cabarete, on the Dominican Republic's northeast coast. Check out our slide show of the town's secluded beaches, thatched-roof bungalows, and open-air bars. read more

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2 Days in Paris
TRUE STORIES
Congrats to 10 readers who've won copies of 2 Days in Paris for sharing their tales of breaking up—and nearly breaking up—while traveling.
read their stories
illustration by Juan Nunez/iStockphoto
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
The free online service that helps travelers decide whether they should buy a ticket now or wait and hope that the price drops has just begun to forecast ticket prices for 200 international routes. If you want to know just how expensive it will be to fly to, say, London in July, Farecast will tell you. find out more
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
Slide Show: The Next Tuscany? The Alentejo region of southern Portugal has everything that those famous areas in Europe have, except the crowds…. Leftover Loot reveals what happens to all that stuff—including pocket knives, circular saws, even fuzzy handcuffs—confiscated by the TSA…. Take a Cruise Without Getting On a Plane has details on five drive-up ports that make cruising easier and more affordable.
Dragon Well tea
SLIDE SHOW
The city is a poster child for high-speed change, but vestiges of Old China still exist—for now, anyway. read more

More from our What $100 Buys series:
Diamond Head on Waikiki Beach
THE REAL DEALS
A two-for-one Hawaii airfare sale makes for an affordable four-night getaway to Honolulu, where you can swim, surf, or just soak up the sun on one of more than 100 beaches, from $363. why it's a deal
The Temple of Concord A discounted high-season package that combines airfare, 10 nights in Sicily—with sightseeing tours of Palermo, Taormina, Syracuse, and Agrigento—two nights in Rome, meals, and activities from $2,909, including taxes. why it's a deal
Jennifer Paull
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Jennifer Paull, editor of Compass American Guides: California Wine Country, 5th edition, answers your questions on Tuesday, February 12, at noon (ET). Submit a question now
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