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We take a look at one of the leading premium cruise operators, offering outstanding service and dining aboard mostly traditional-feeling ships, and for a lower price than you'd think, especially with onboard credits for Frommer's readers only.
Airlines are bending over backwards to fill seats this fall and winter, even over the Christmas period, and you can benefit.
Here are some of the best deals the major online sellers are advertising this week. Cruises are capacity-controlled and offers may be withdrawn at any time.
Two favorite tour operators are having a little competition for visitors to Hong Kong this fall and winter, each with prices starting at just $499, including roundtrip airfare -- plus deals for Shanghai and Beijing as well!
We've got the latest on a trial run for a recommissioned Costa ship, educational excursions in design and a recurrence of an illness driving a cruise back to port.
Dynamic deals continue to pour out of the European travel machine, nonstop. Adding to what you read here on August 4 about Prague comes news now of an even cheaper deal to that spired city, plus bargains across the continent.
If you didn't make it to Asia during those post-SARS sales, have no fear. Japan Air Lines is serving up a sweet, secret sale to the East -- and to the South. Meanwhile, if you're thinking of a holiday in the Phillippines, Cathay Pacific is offering a spectacular deal, especially for fliers from the East Coast.
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Reader's Voice
From Tina Lew: "I am appalled that footies or something are not provided at the security checkpoints. I find this very very unsanitary to have to remove my shoes or sandals if summer and walk barefoot through the screening area. Wondering how others feel about this?"
From Jill Massure: "My husband and I were on our honeymoon and we stopped in the Cinque Terre Italy for 5 nights. We took a hiking trip with an American named Sean who lives there in Monterosso. We toured some vineyards, went to an old-fashioned wine cellar, and heard lots of info and amusing stories from Sean. He is a great, young, energetic character. The whole 3 hours we didn't see any other tourists, or locals."
From Carol Mason: "We are going to be going back to Ireland next fall, but my husband also wants to travel to Scotland and Wales. I usually set up the itinerary but I haven't a clue as to whats the best way to incorporate all three. We only want to spend a few days each in Scotland and Wales and the bulk of the time in Ireland. Has anyone done all three?"
From Mike Schaffron: "Our family was bumped from a NM airlines flight and was given vouchers for round trip tickets wihin one year. Sounds great but we haven't been able to find any dates that seats are available, and we are looking 6 to 8 month out. It seems these voucher are of little value to us. Does anybody know how to sell these or another way to use them?"
From Gary Stevens: "I would like to report on Cosmos Tour 6910 called Focus on Scandinavia. It is 13 days in length including the one spent flying from the USA. It begins and ends in Copenhagen, with 3 nights in Denmark, 5 in Norway, and 3 in Sweden. Cost $1,159 for the land only and $2,066 with airfare. I was driven through Scandinavia, not guided. Cosmos will never get another dime of my money."

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