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The summer is the perfect time to slow things down and do them at your own pace, and the Tuscan countryside of Italy is the kind of place that heartily encourages this.
Now that the U.S. State Department has lifted its travel restriction to Mexico the country is literally on sale. Many of the promotions are for June, so you've got to book quickly.
When you hear there's a "disaster" at a destination and everybody's fleeing, you should wait for things to shake out -- and then go. That time can be a great time to both lend a hand and negotiate deals.
The Venetian slashes weekday rates for its suites to just a few dollars shy of two-digit numbers in an effort to lure visitors.
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From Steve C: "I want to start at the Rialto, take the back canals, but instead of making a loop, I would like to end up at St. marks square for a night at the Quadri. Is there a better place to start than the rialto?"
From akila: "The tourists and the Leaning Tower vanish into the dark. Light-filled coffee shops are populated with gorgeous men and women speaking a musical, lilting language, drinking and eating sumptuous food."
From grayspirit: "Any suggestions for long term accomodations that run in the area of about 15,000 P a month?"
From BGG: "WHO website says to take a Hepatitis A shot and Typhoid pills before going to Egypt."
From Ernie: "What I'm finding out through these discussions in Frommer's is, almost all travellers are going by group tours to China. Do you think independent travel through China is managable without group tours?"
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