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Taking your trip during a less-traveled time is well worth it -- shorter lines, reduced wait times and fewer tourists snapping photos of the Vatican, the Colosseum and Sistine Chapel at every turn.
Nothing like a hot cup of Irish coffee in a warm London pub on a cold, rainy day. Hold that thought because with the low prices of travel deals and vacation packages to off-season London, the thought can become a reality.
Why Paris in the off-season? Why not? There are so many reasons to visit the City of Light and weather has very little to do with it. Sure it can be a little rainy or chilly in the fall and winter, but what a small price to pay for visiting one of the most magical cities in the world.
Few food festivals can reduce us to a state of schoolgirl giddiness quite like New York's Annual Chocolate Show. For one, it's a festival dedicated to chocolate, so they have us at hello. It doesn't hurt that the show has a few chocolate fountains that constantly spew liquid chocolate. They occasionally occupy our daydreams during important editorial meetings.
Heile¿ from Ireland! When I landed at JFK about the same time as my scheduled departure to Dublin, the Aer Lingus agent said (with the same accent as that Lucky Charms character), "You're in luck -- the flight is delayed five hours."
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