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If it's Wednesday, it must mean an airfare round-up. We've found sales on cross-continental routes, flights to most major U.S. cities, Tokyo, the Caribbean and South America -- plus JetBlue announces new routes.
The Beehive State has new hotels, a new city pass for SLC, new museums and more.
Whether you want to sway to some funky jazz, enjoy the crescendo of classical music, do a jig to blue grass, or get political listening to folk music, the festival circuit is full of sounds.
For a whole lot of Europe in a petite package, Portugal is an extremely appealing destination with a little bit of something for everyone.
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Reader's Voice
From CherylGrrl: "The biggest tip I can offer anyone planning a trip to Walt Disney World is to buy (or check out from your library) "Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2006" by Bob Sehlinger. Then, follow touring advice for the various parks to the letter. If you get there when the park opens and follow the touring itinerary, you will save literally hours of waiting in line."
From Flamingo Girl: "My husband and I just returned from a two-week visit to NYC and we did some off-the-beaten path things that were so much fun. Wanted to pass them on to anyone who may be interested."
From maryhazel: "My husband and I just returned from a wonderful first trip to Spain, inspired by our daughter spending spring semester in Toledo. We spent three nights in Barcelona, three in Madrid, three in Toledo, and then our final night back in Madrid. We found the on-and-off tourist bus in Barcelona to be a great way to get around to different spots, and took the red route one day and the blue route the next."
From TravelHomemaker: "We just got back from 17 days in Maui and Molokai with my husband and our 3-1/2-year-old daughter."
From DelleChatman: "I am taking my power wheelchair to Paris hoping to extend my 'walking' distance and stamina. I've read here that 'Paris is not wheelchair friendly,' and that's given me some pause. Tell me this if you can, do most of the sidewalks have those wheelchair accessible ramps at the corner like we do here in the States? Without that, I'm thinking the chair will be of little useunless there are wheelchair accessible taxis. I highly doubt that since those barely exist here in the U.S."

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