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The most technologically astounding item on my last trip? Cell phone readable bar codes on watermelons, complete with the farmer's photo, the farm's history and the dates of picking and shipping. Japan is still the nation where the future is now.
Whistler offers champion slopes for skiers in the winter and more mellow retreats in warmer weather. If it's more of an urban environment you're seeking, then head to Vancouver for city life that still offers escapes at nearby green spaces and Pacific shores.
Although Torino is basically sold out for the Olympic period, you still have several months to take advantage of the pre-Olympic fever with lower prices to a magnificent vacation destination in any season.
This fall, visits to the Spanish capital city teaming with wide avenues, fashionable citizens, and cafes and discos that don't hit their stride until 3:30 a.m. (you'll need that siesta after all that fiesta) can be yours for prices that are surprisingly low.
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