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If you've flown recently then you've noticed the planes are jam packed, at least on domestic routes. And the staff of Airfarewatchdog.com has noticed that those insane intra-day unadvertised fare wars that are our bread and butter have become less and less frequent. This week most of the sales are on overseas flights.
On location, Jason Sheftell reports on what's happening in and around New Zealand's adventure capital.
Croatia is hot, and we're not just talking about summer weather on the Dalmatian coast. More than 10 million tourists visited in 2005 and tourism projections for 2006 are 2% higher than 2005's actual numbers. Here's the latest news.
There is a bounty of discounted Aruba deals on the market at the moment with package starting as low as $559 per person but you'd better book quickly as these offers won't last.
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From bobbi3: "I'm staying in Prague for one night in September. I'm looking for a moderately-priced hotel (120 euros max) that is centrally located (since I only have 1 day). I'm also looking for some ideas on what to see and do. Help and thanks!"
From Tammyjoy: "We just got home from Marco Island a few days ago and I thought I'd share my experiences with anyone who is considering the area for your next vacation."
From Richard Hudson: "My wife and I have been to Vegas many times, so we are looking for things to do when the gambling goes cold. (We'll be there May 15-19.) Anyone have favorite places/things to do they would like to recommend like local restaurants or things the travel guides might not include?"
From tsummerh: "We would like to visit Brooklyn for a day on our NYC trip. What should we see in Brooklyn and where should we eat? Do we need a car? We heard there is a great cemetary there. Can we walk from the bridge? Any recommendations or info is appreciated! Thanks!"
From FlyinSolo: "Found this article today, which I thought was pretty interesting: The letter 'W' has entered the mainstream of the Swedish language, getting its own section for the first time in the country's most respected dictionary."
 
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