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Nice is a great base for exploring France's Cote d'Azur -- offering a low-cost European escape for the sun-deprived.
London has been scarily expensive for the past few years. Is it now time that Americans reclaimed the right to visit and smile when the bill arrives?
Travel vendors are doing all they can to keep travel accessible, including knocking prices down to levels lower than we've seen in a long time. Here are some of the best deals for travel to the world's top cities.
Google Earth launched a program that lets you tour a 3D reproduction of the Prado Museum and zoom in on 14 of its famous masterpieces by artists such as Velázquez, Francisco Goya, and Rembrandt.
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From TLH: "I like the idea of traveling by RV simply for the fact that we would have everything right there but I wonder how inconvenient it will be getting around while we are visiting places like Exit Glacier with parking, etc."
From Patrick28: "Do we need to make advance reservations for trains in France and Spain? I have never trained in Europe and fear the possibilities of having full or overbooked trains when my schedule has me on a tight itinerary."
From Artless: "Narrowing down to Insight, Friendly Planet and A-Z Tours. All recommend buying travel insurance. How useful is it really? Is it true some credit cards have insurance included if you use the card to purchase your tour?"
From pajohnso: "We're also intrigued by Tokyo, the countryside and cultural attractions to be found in and around the city. We'll be based in Tokyo for eight nights and plan to spend two to three days at Disney."
From marshak: "We will also spend time in Villa La Angostura. While there we would like to hike, fish, and travel to San Martin. Is 2 days enough in Bariloce and 3-4 in Villa La Angostura?"

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