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Although restaurants are all very fine and good, there's a lot to be said for a quick and easy outdoor meal when you are a.) tired, b.) on a budget, or c.) a fan of Paris' many lovely parks and squares.
It's time to get off the beaten path and uncover some of the Pacific's more secretive spots.
Here are a few tips on the whens, wheres, and hows to effectively complain to the government about a travel-related matter.
Spring break in the Cayman Islands or California is easily within reach, thanks to fare sales from Cayman Airways and Southwest. Plus, learn how to get an airline's attention through Twitter.
Veer off the tourist track with the help of one of these intimate tours, and you'll discover quaint villages and rugged coastlines. What are you waiting for?
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From M.A.M.: "I'm looking to fly into Rome and out of Venice. Some of the popular search engines don't offer the multi-city option. What's your favorite site for buying multi-city tickets?"
From Joysee: "I've taken my cousin every year to NYC since he was a little kid and now that he is 20, I am finding it hard to come up with ideas on what to do in the evening. Any suggestions?"
From summersquash: "We have eight days to spend in Paris and London. How many days should we spend in each city? Should we try to venture out of these two cities or just stay put?"
From bonniegme: "I am looking for a travel group to join. Hopefully I'd be able to make some new friends and maybe even get discounts and enjoy some pre-planned itineraries."
From NMike: "I'm planning a 12-day trip to Greece with a couple days in Athens and the rest split between Santorini and Rhodes. Now I'm starting to wonder if I should do Naxos instead."
 
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