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June 6, 2011


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Maria Russo: The Good, the Sad and the Expensive in Antigua and Lake Atitln
Freelance writer, Author of Memoirs of a Travel & Food Addict.com
After the awe wore off from exploring the Spanish Mudéjar-influenced Baroque architecture and traversing volcanic terrain around resplendent Lake Atitlán, a clearer picture of these destinations emerged.
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A Pristine Bahamas Without the Glitz
Jeanine Barone, 06.03.2011
New York City-based travel writer
When I wasn't driving down dirt tracts past whitewashed churches to find yet other beaches where I found myself alone, I lounged by poolside many a morning and never saw a soul.
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Only Have a Week? A Deluxe Quickie to Oz
Lea Lane, 06.03.2011
Editor of sololady.com
With speedy transit, high-tech connections, top accommodations and relaxing flights, even a short trip can offer a memorable Aussie getaway.
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Postcard From Paris: Ralph Lauren's Vintage Race Cars at the Muse des Arts Dcoratifs
Monique Stringfellow​, 06.03.2011
Copywriter/travel writer
This summer, Ralph Lauren will be exhibiting seventeen outstanding automobiles at Paris' Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The cars featured in the expo are design objects, works of art.
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Showering at 30,000 Feet: Aboard the Super-Jumbo A380, Life is Large
Peter Mandel​, 06.01.2011
Boston Globe, Washington Post contributor
The plane I'm about to board, the super-jumbo Airbus A380, has brought a certain excitement back to air travel since its debut in 2007.
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Stars and Mariposas in San Miguel
Lisa Honig Buksbaum​, 06.02.2011
The Soaringwords lady
On Friday morning, dozens of friends and family came together to spend a couple of hours with twelve delightful and beautiful orphans from the Sollano Orphanage.
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Hot Dates in Palm Springs
Pam Grout, 06.01.2011
Author, 'National Geographic's 100 Best Volunteer Vacations'
Mention Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley and most tourists think golf, Rat Pack and, if they're music fans, the Coachella Fest. What doesn't spring to mind is agriculture, particularly not the husbandry of dates.
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Passing Down the Blues in Alabama and Mississippi
Margie Goldsmith​, 06.01.2011
Traveler of 117 countries
Southerners love their blues the way we New Yorkers love our Broadway. And no matter where I go in the south -- Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, I can never get enough of the raw, gritty blues.
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Last Tracks: Skiing on Memorial Day Weekend
Eric Villency​, 05.31.2011
Principal, Villency Design Group
Most people (or 34.9 million to be exact if you believe the AAA) drove to some form of beach or pool this weekend. This year I wasn't one of them. I literally took the road less traveled and headed out to Utah for one final winter ride.
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My Sex Life with the TSA
Naomi Wolf, 05.27.2011
Bestselling Author, The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot
I've been getting a lot of action from the TSA lately. I went through JFK this past week. As usual, I requested not to go through the backscatter machines. And as usual, they tell me that since I mentioned it at all, they have to give me a "pat-down."
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Cruising the Mediterranean: A Speed Date on Oceania Marina
Dr. Irene S. Levine, 05.31.2011
The Friendship Doctor
Spending a week in Barcelona prior to our departure was like eating dessert first. We fell in love with the city's Catalan cuisine and culture, its unique neighborhoods, and modernist architecture.
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Flight Brisk
Dinkar Jain, 05.27.2011
Michigan Engineer, Harvard MBA
Next time you're on that rickety car-rental service shuttle on your way to an immersion program in a mosaic of metallic sheen, reflect on what smaller airport options you might have.
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Oh, America!
Lev Raphael​, 05.27.2011
Author of "Rosedale in Love"
A Kids in the Hall skit once offered this pithy observation: "Americans know as much about Canada as straight people do about gays."
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On Mexico's Riviera Maya: Tracking the Sacred Journey
Bob Schulman​, 05.27.2011
Travel editor, WatchBoom.com
Chances are, few of today's tourists in Cozumel are aware that their jeep caravans are bouncing along a paved road covering the centuries-old footsteps of Mayan pilgrims.
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Nose-to-Tail Eating in Indonesia
Laura Silverman​, 05.25.2011
Visiting traditional food markets in foreign countries is one of the best ways to peer into everyday life and understand the appetites and traditions of the local people.
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Global Beat Fusion: How Morocco Can Inspire the World
Derek Beres, 05.27.2011
Words | Beats | Postures
Spread over ten days and eight stages, Morroco's Mawazine festival is a juggernaut of a celebration of diversity and musicality.
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A Small Victory
Paula Gordon​, 05.27.2011
Producer and host: The Paula Gordon Show
Here's how it worked out: We drove the anticipated 2,000 miles. We averaged 49+ miles per gallon, in spite of horrible driving conditions and an unexpected side trip into New Jersey (!).
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Reading a Book by Its Cover: Portland, Maine Edition
Elizabeth Gunnison​, 05.25.2011
Freelance food writer, New York City
When you get into town, roll down the windows. It will smell like salt and fried clams and you'll hear seagulls shrieking, which is practically worth the cost of the plane ticket.
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Photo Exhibit: Saving Sharks in Chile
Matt Rand, 05.25.2011
Director, Global Shark Conservation Campaign, Pew Environment Group
Shark finning is legal in Chile, and a serious threat to the estimated 53 species of sharks found in the country's waters. As recently as 2008, Chile exported 36 tons of shark fins to Hong Kong.
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