Monday, June 16, 2008
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE
Gas prices, traffic, kids screaming in the backseat…. It's enough to make you want to get out and walk. So why not do just that? At these places, there are no cars at all (unless you count a golf cart or two).
Walkable Cities—With Maps:
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
When American Airlines announced its new $15 fee each way for any checked bags, we received numerous comments from readers upset with the policy. Mark DuPont, American's vice president of airport services planning, fielded questions about the fee and other changes at American. Read his defense and join the debate.
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AFFORDABLE EUROPE SERIES
Perhaps one of the most lovely, traditional, and affordable Italian daytime activities is, literally, a walk in the park. Our Rome-based blogger lists her favorites.
- Italy: Aperitivi, Public Transport, Festivals, Lunch for Less, Rome City Card, Florence Discounts
- France: Paris Sales, Hidden Markets, Free Museum Nights, Sublet Savings, Seine Cruises
- England: Trains From London, Ryanair Booking Tips, Ferries
- More: German Hotels, Auto Europe Rentals, Train Savings, Bike Rentals, Culture on a Budget
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Don't know a tourte
from a tartine
? Before your next trip, print out this handy decoder with French/English translations of food terms and popular dishes—written by Paris-based foodie Clotilde Dusoulier.
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More Menu Decoders:
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Alexander Lobrano, author of Hungry for Paris: The Ultimate Guide to the City's 102 Best Restaurants
, answers your questions about dining in Paris on Tuesday, June 17, at noon (ET).
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THE REAL DEALS
One of Hawaii's most visited islands, Maui is popular for its lush coastline, majestic Haleakala peak, and beautiful vistas. This package covers round-trip airfare and a five-night stay in a room facing the mountains, from $679.
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Round-trip airfare and four nights in Mérida, Yucatán's colonial capital, founded on the ruins of the Mayan city T'ho—perfect for history buffs and nature lovers alike, from $679.
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