Monday, July 13, 2009
We've asked you a few times to tell us about your favorite restaurants, and nearly 600 of you have responded. It's always tough to narrow down the list, but here's our updated take on where to eat like a local, from sea to shining sea.
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On Tuesday, July 14, Paris toasts the birth of French democracy with free outdoor concerts. But don't worry if you can't make it. We've got the top 10 free events
that are happening in the city throughout July and August. We dish up the best offerings, such as hanging out on an artificial beach along the Seine and enjoying free outdoor jazz concerts.
Frequent-flier rewards are more elusive than ever. If you want a free trip, you must pile up points by every means available, and do so in a hurry. That means taking advantage of the airlines' partner programs and being smart about how to use them.
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