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STRANGER THAN FICTION
World's Weirdest Hotels 3.0
Kakslauttanen
Is a traditional hotel room with four walls too…square? For the third year running, here are our picks for the world's weirdest hotels. Book a room to sleep in a beer can, live like a hamster, or get chauffeured by an elephant. read more
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4 Cool New Ski Resort Features
A self-operated roller coaster that zips through the forest? Sign us up! You don't even have to be a skier to enjoy most of these features and activities, all new for the 2010–2011 winter season. read post
Residents of Boulders Penguin Colony, on False Bay
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3 Days in Cape Town
It's still buzzing after this year's World Cup—now without the crowds and earsplitting vuvuzelas—and there's never been a better time to visit Africa's most exciting city. read more
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
How to Haggle Like an Expert These six very specific phrases and tactics will get you the price you want… Madrid: 4 Day Trips by Train Spain's efficient train system makes it possible to explore and still be back for dinner; pick the destination that suits your interest… What Your Bank Won't Tell You About Currency Conversion If you're not careful, you could lose up to 22ยข for every dollar exchanged; here's what to know.
Readers' Choice
READERS' CHOICE
What's the Most Beautiful City in the World?
We're giving you the floor. We recognize that our readers are true experts, so we want to hear your thoughts on all sorts of travel topics. Our November 2011 magazine issue will be devoted to what you tell us. Now, we're interested in hearing which city you think is the most beautiful in the world—the more details, the better. weigh in

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