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When you're locked in a plane for long hours you have to worry about both your safety and your sanity. David Blaine had a team of doctors; you have us.
The Scots call it the world's best New Year's celebration, and 100,000 annual participants would agree. It's too late to get tickets by mail for this Auld Lang Syne-apalooza, but we've uncovered alternate ways to get you in to the Hogmanay Street Party. There are other celebrations held in Glasgow, Inverness and Stirling, but Edinburgh is the place to be.
Finally, the TSA and luggage manufacturers have gotten around to coming up with locks they agree on.
Misr Travel, which has specialized in taking visitors to Egypt since 1934, is offering an extraordinary deal through next spring. An $899 base-price buys you a seven-day/six-night itinerary spent at the historic Mena House Hotel, a ten-minute walk from the pyramids and Sphinx; another option, the downtown Ramses Hilton, puts you in a room with a view of the Nile.
We've got a complete rundown on getting the necessary documents for visiting other countries courtesy of the Idependent Traveler.
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Reader's Voice
From Michael Felton: "I read Sascha Segan's Europe's Hidden Treasures By Air and I thought a discussion on one subject is desperately needed -- great deal of time is wasted trying to get to the arports that these companies fly out of."
From Tracey Parkins: "Just returned from a Friendly Planet vacation. This trip was great and a super introduction to Asia. Thai people are kind, friendly and so respectful. We learned a ton about the culture. Our guides were smart, engaging and became our friends."
From Anita Doran: "My husband and I just returned November 15 from one week in Costa Rica. We were on USAirways' inaugural flight from Charlotte to San Jose. Nice service! Be sure to save the headsets for the return flight so you get 2 movies for the price of one."
From caklakamp: "Our parents' 50th wedding anniversary is September 2004. We are beginning to gather ideas for a vacation for the entire family, 11 adults and 3 children (4,5,8). Any suggestions would be appreciated."
From Jed Aston: "On a moderate budget with no desire for tours what are the options for Americans handling the expenses of a month or more in Cuba? No one wants to carry around $2500 in cash. What are your suggestions for dealing with this situation? Apparently U.S. issued credit cards don't work nor do U.S. travelers checks. Has any U.S. person been able to get and use a Canadian credit card? Other solutions?"

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