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Unlike Forrest Gump and his box of chocolates, however, you should know after reading this grouping of holiday deals just what you're going to get if you are looking for a way to spend time in sunny climes this winter. Rates at all-inclusive resorts from $150 and up should make almost anyone happy.
If you really love that Someone Special and want to share Valentine's Day away from home, hustle up and book an online trip there before January 13 to get $25 off an already low $469 price for a weekend in the British capital.
It's not always easy to find an inexpensive travel package to Scandinavia, home of the world's highest standards of living. Continental Journeys is offering five-day (three-night) weekend getaways from just $499 per person, airfare included. And winter is the best time to enjoy the cultural arts in Scandinavia, with music, theater and art seasons all in full swing.
If you're still thinking of a quick getaway for Christmas Week or New Year's Eve, you might want to look at the fabulously successful Hotels.com Web site, where there are a bunch of prices worth hanging a wreath on.
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From markbedell: "I often fly Boston-San Juan route. Several major airlines fly this route. As an AA frequent flyer I am maddened that American refuses to match competitors' fares. I told them that they should publish this fact so that all AA frequent flyers know the truth. In an industry that is supposedly hurting, I find American's policy distasteful."
From David J King Sr: "My wife and I are planning a trip to the Mall of America, this summer. Would appreciate some information on the area, i.e. hotels, attractions, travel, etc. We're planning on flying in from Phila and looking at the (?) Days Inn Mall of Amierica. Not knowing the area we're at a total disadvantage."
From Rich Beattie: "Hi, I'm a writer doing a story for the New York Times on the Florida Drive In program. It's a super-cheap deal where people can rent cars in the northeast or midwest and drive them one-way to Florida. It runs in the fall. If you've done this or know someone who has, I'd love to hear about the experience for my story."
From Julian: "My colleagues and I are attending a convention in Dallas during the last weekend of March 2003. We all like to get out of the hotel and into town whenever we're not in a meeting, so access to transportation and nightlife is key. What is there to do for a group of 25-30 year olds in Dallas who love to explore and enjoy their time away from the office? Suggestions for good restaurants are greatly appreciated as well."
From Claire Hicks: "We just returned from a trip to Athens, Crete and Santorini arranged through Homeric Tours. We did not take a full tour with them, but instead had them arrange our transfers to the hotels, transportation through the islands and hotels accomodations. We first tried to go through Homeric directly.We didn't know exactly what we wanted and wanted a little advice where to stay. They were very brusque and not very helpful. We tried talking to them on several occasions, but finally gave up and went to a travel agent and she dealt with them for us."

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