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If you don't pay attention to airline luggage limits, you're going to get socked with excess baggage fees that will leave you feeling stuck in the chimney. Here's a guide to help you follow the airlines' baggage rules.
Tourism bureaus, avert your eyes. For the second year in a row (brought back by popular demand), we've asked our editors to select their least favorite traveling experiences, a task they completed with relish.
Normally, you think of web specials as late-breaking and favoring the last minute traveler. It's not too often that you come across a fare sale for an airline that actually favors those who are planning way, way, ahead of time.
Take the KLIA express train from the airport into the capital city of Kuala Lumpur for a surprisingly affordable stay at a luxury hotel.
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From Frommers.com Editors: "Is there a destination or travel experience that you think gets more than its fair share of praise? Share your words of warning with your fellow travelers."
From Mr Travel: "I just got back from a trip to Tokyo. Many people on this board gave me useful advice before the trip and now I have some advice of my own for first-timers."
From slopack: "We'll be traveling to BCN with our four children ages 5-14 during the Christmas holiday and are interested in any great activities/ideas to do while there."
From Riggs Hill Farm: "I'm taking a one week language course in Ste. Anne, Guadeloupe over Xmas week. The classes end in the afternoon, so I presume that my daily excursions will be limited."
From tazz: "We are going to Egypt in March. What are your experiences with bargaining for the price?"
 
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