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Some of the world's most remote islands are small enough to walk around. Whether you've retreated to a tiny island in the Great Lakes or in the Caribbean, enjoy these ultimate escapes.
Visit Sonoma County wineries, see waterfalls in Ecuador, tour Southern India, party in Las Vegas, or enjoy a dinner cruise in Charleston Harbor.
If you want to stay connected during your next vacation, download these free iPhone and iPad apps and wonder how you ever managed to travel without them.
A traveler's truck rental goes south after the car rental company charges him months later for damage that he didn't do. Will this traveler have to pay, or did the company mess up?
In spite of its booming tourism industry, there are still plenty of places to go that are off the beaten track -- and easy to get to.
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Reader's Voice
From m.marple: "I'm interested in language immersion programs in Central/South America. Which country/countries would be the easiest and safest? I'm considering Peru, Ecuador, and Argentina."
From Fatt: "My fiancé and I will be honeymooning in Montreal in early November. Are we going to need heavy winter coats or can we get by with a light winter jacket?"
From kamirob: "We like places where we can walk (not hike), nice restaurants, and great views. We want a home base but won't have a car. Should we stay in Naples, Sorrento, Amalfi or Positano?"
From shalala: "Any good recommendations for a reasonably inexpensive B&B in a private New York City home? Midtown, Eastside or Westside? Preferably near Central Park."

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