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Monday, February 18, 2008
The Zack Graddy Quartet jamming at HR-57
SLEEP TOMORROW
A new slate of after-hours candidates is turning the nation's capital into a hip night spot. read more
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FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Plans are in the works for Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines to merge, which combined would be the nation's largest airline in passenger volume. In reaction, United Airlines and Continental Airlines are planning to tie up, too. For the first year after the mergers happen, fares will likely jump, especially on routes that serve smaller cities. But over time, low-cost carriers like Southwest will swoop in and serve these markets, bringing fares back to their current levels. get the details
Bosnia
CHEAPEST PLACES ON EARTH
Jahorina will knock you right out of your bindings with its Olympic-caliber slopes and its rock-bottom prices. read more
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
Slide Show: The Mellow Dominican Republic There's no better place to just hang loose than Cabarete, on the DR's northeast coast…. Running in Places Experts' tips for jogging on vacation, plus downloadable jogging maps for 10 cities…. How to Plan Your Next Trip Using Google Earth It's one heck of a travel tool and a blast to play with.
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Sydney's historic Rocks neighborhood
THE REAL DEALS
A nine-night driving tour of New South Wales takes you from the untamed wilderness of the Blue Mountains to Hunter Valley for wine tastings and then heats up in cosmopolitan Sydney, for $1,675.
why it's a deal
Robert Reid
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