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Traveling by train is one of the great joys of traveling through Europe, but it can quickly become costly. Railpasses are great, but there's another way to save big bucks on European trains: by booking individual tickets well in advance, directly through European rail operators' websites.
Taking their cue from cruise lines, but with a high-tech twist, two airlines have now taken the plunge and are offering foreign language classes whilst you fly.
From Kennebunkport to Bar Harbor and lobsters, a Maine vacation means good eats, fun, scenic rides and superb islands.
Travelers come to revisit Paris's glorious past, as reflected in its art and architecture, but they are also intrigued by The City of Light's cutting edge in cuisine, style, and fashion. Here are some of the latest developments in an ever-changing world metropolis.
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