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Panama remains a friendly place where one can go from a business meeting overlooking the Pan-American Canal to kayaking to a jungle trip and then hit one of the two coasts. It's a special place where tourism, commerce and history come together as one. Vacationers, finally, are really catching on.
This may be the perfect time to visit China as post Olympic destinations are notorious for becoming more expensive after the Games and with 12-day packages starting as low as $999, China is both affordable and accessible.
Turkey is a delight, and I¿m not talking about just the famous candy of similar name. Vibrant and historic at the same time, it is aiming to join the European Union soon, modernizing its structure and cleaning up its act in every sense of the word.
An exhaustive list of tips, books, Web sites and other resources that will help you plan a getaway for the whole family, however defined.
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From Carl Nelson: "I went on an 11 day Egypt Solar Eclipse tour through Travel Quest International. I had always wanted to go to Egypt and the Solar Eclipse seemed like the perfect opportunity to go there. I booked this trip over a year ago, not too long after I first found out about it."
From mnjlaurin: "My husband and I are planning a three week trip to France in August, of which 11 Days will be dedicated to a Randonnee self guided bicycle tour through Burgundy (Start in Beaune to Ste Sabine to Semur - Aux - Auxois - Noyers - and last Vezelay.)"
From KFisk: "Basically, we wanted to fly into Cancun or Merida and see some combination of Uxmal, Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba, and Ek Balem. The city of Valladolid looks like a nice place to stay in between some of these sites. So, on to my concerns: My group can't go until mid August. I know that is hurricane season, but is that a major concern for these sites and this area?"
From irened: "You're inquiring about one of my favorite places in the world, my hometown of Boston! Although I haven¿t lived in the Boston area for over 30 years, I¿m fortunate enough to be only a three-hour drive away, so my husband and I get there three or four times a year. I have so much information to share that I don't know where to start - but I'll certainly try. I'll just list some of my favorite activities."
From judi from caracas: "We're spending several months in Tokyo, off & on from now thru October '06, visiting our daughter who works here. Where is the best display of Samurai masks and armour? How about kimono displays? And displays of carvings in wood? Any suggestions about special "finds" including souvenirs or places to sightsee or to have dinner?"
 
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