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We found two trips that will grant you access to this seldom seen land, educate you immensely, yet still leave Bolivia largely unspoiled.
Priceline claims to often have the cheapest airfares and hotels, but the truth in their claim is difficult to figure out. Unlike Hotwire, Expedia and other online travel agencies, Priceline doesn't make their prices publicly available. Their true value has remained shrouded in mystery -- until now.
We've trawled long, far and deep to bring you this bountiful catch of savings.
Turn to this site as the global resource for festivals and other cheerful events.
Fancy a pint? Just turn to the online travel pages of the Irish Times, where you'll find this frothy deal: a six-day/four-night pub crawl through Ireland starting from $499.
Read on for another installment in the continuing saga of Royal Olympia's bankruptcy; plus we announce a new South Pacific sailing on Windjammer and report on Holland America's cabin renovations.
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From a covelli: "I will be going to Australia, New Zealand and Fiji for 3 weeks this February with a tour group. I will be living out of my suitcase as each hotel stay will be only 1 to 3 nights. I need suggestions on what warm weather clothes to pack (for a 55 year old woman) and how to get it all in one suitcase. Also tips on laundry would be appreciated; how much can I do myself and what are the best ways to use the hotel laundry service."
From dradernh: "I took melatonin on an overnight Air France flight from Singapore to Paris. Forty-five minutes later I threw up dinner (a nice one at that!) and I continued to wake up and throw up every forty-five minutes for the next three hours for a total of five upheavals. I went to see my doctor who told me that about 15% of people have this reaction to melatonin."
From Jason Roseman: "Well, after all the research, questioning, (over)thinking, planning, investigating, etc., here's the summary of my trip. Short version: I had another wonderful time in wonderful Brazil."
From Jim Q: "I have always got an international drivers licence when I travel to europe. It's a bit of a pain since you need to get a photo and it's only good for 1 year. On my last trip to Spain I rented a car using my MI drivers liscense. They never asked for the international one."
From Judy Biglin: "My husband and I are considering a Europe river cruise aboard Viking. Any comments on Viking or suggestions would be appreciated. I understand the crew speaks English, as well as the tour guides. Is this the case? Thanks for any information that will help us make a decision as to go with Viking or another tour operator."

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