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Magazine articles on traveling, tourism, and destinations.
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July 2009
Jason Daley
The Business Owner's Flight Plan Author Greg Rosner interrupts his trip to Hong Kong to share insight on the stages of an average business trip. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
June 22, 2009
Brian Ashcraft
Gadget Blessings: Shinto Priest Protects Electronics From Bad Mojo I've come to the 1,270-year-old Kanda Shrine in Tokyo to purify and bless something very near and dear to me: my cell phone. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 19, 2009
Dayana Yochim
How to Save $240 on Vacation Airfare Get to your summer getaway for less with these tips. mark for My Articles 952 similar articles
June 11, 2009
Keren Chiaroni
Samedis a la mode In the heart of Paris's 8th arrondissement, in the gilded elegance of the Hotel Bristol, fashion shows take place on select Saturdays throughout the year. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
June 2009
Bob Cooper
Which Airlines Have Wi-Fi? Delta plans to offer Wi-Fi on all domestic flights by the end of September, and Virgin America will by the end of June. Who else is adding Wi-Fi? mark for My Articles 270 similar articles
June 2009
Tamara Schweitzer
Things I Can't Live Without: Dany Levy Travel tools for a self-described klutz: Ebags Universal Plug Adapter Kit... Case-mate Smart Skin... mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
High on Adventure
June 2009
Lynn Rosen
The Great Wallendas Known to insiders as "circus city" since the days when Ringling Brothers Circus was wintered here, Sarasota is where many circus people have long made their homes when they're not on tour. We visited the Wallenda compound. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
June 2009
Get Lost: for Less Than $500 Here are 15 getaways and ten fully outfitted adventures, all for less than $500. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
High on Adventure
June 2009
Larry Turner
Land of the Umpqua Wine, Oregon The land of the Umpqua conjures up memories of blackberry picking as a child. Between hay cuttings -- in the doldrums of summer, with the August moon waning -- Mom and Dad would load my brother and two sisters and me in the old Chevy and we would head to the Umpqua River mark for My Articles 398 similar articles
High on Adventure
June 2009
Vicki Andersen
Northern Oregon Coast: Lewis and Clark Meet the Pacific I have gasped my way up 164 stairs (but who's counting?), and it was definitely worth it. At the top of the Astoria Column on Coxcomb Hill, I am at the highest point in the very northwestern tip of Oregon, and the view is simply astounding. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
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