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Ah, the sweet smell of low airfares in spring. If you're searching for affordable ways to get to Europe, we have three varieties today.
Sascha Segan recounts what works (and what needs fixing) with our national rail carrier.
It's a safe bet in saying there are always bargains to be found in gaming towns like Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Here are few of our current favorites.
Budget travel in Ireland is not only possible, but it's also the best way to get to know the country and its people. It's an irony of travel that the more money you spend for luxurious arrangements, the more you're able to isolate yourself from the places and people you've journeyed so far to visit.
The latest item gaining popularity on bridal registries is the honeymoon
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Reader's Voice
From Stephen Bassman: "Hello. I'm currently editing several travel guides, so I thought I'd check with the esteemed board members who've used our guides to see if you have any suggestions and/or corrections for the next edition. Did we get anything wrong, miss something or overlook any new businesses? If we were on the mark in helping you plan your trip, please tell us how. I'd appreciate your comments on any of the following titles."
From spadafore: "Just cam back from Maui and highly recommend Stella's Cafe for breakfast, Mama's Fish House for dinner (truly Hawaiian) David Paul's (expensive) in Lahaina and an absolute must, Warren and Annabell's dinner theater! We had a wonderful time in Maui and found ourselves residing in Kihei but driving up to Lahaina all the time. This seemed to be where (as a first time visitor to this island) all the "stuff" is. We did a whale watch with Pacific Whale Foundation and the Old Lahaina Luau, which was very traditional and the setting, wonderful; well worth the money."
From Ann Marie Lawler: "This will be our first trip to New Zealand. Can anyone recommend some lovely B&Bs that are not too expensive located on the South Island? Thanks."
From nancy jane nugent: "My husband and I are planning a trip to New England in September and October. We would like to be there to see the foilage. We planned on going to Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and then New York. Any suggestions on when in September to start, and on places to stay? Would love to get a condo or somewhere we could stay for the entire time and drive out from there. Thanks for any help."
From Heinrich Bohl: "I am a European planning to visit the USA for the first time on a low budget. Do I HAVE to leave 20% tip every time I eat in a restaurant? What will happen to me if I don't?"

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