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Thursday, January 17, 2008
YOU ASKED FOR IT
After analyzing the most frequently searched terms on BudgetTravel.com in recent weeks, one thing's certain: You're steering clear of the cold! Here are the top six terms, and travel advice to keep winter at bay.
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
More than 60 readers shared passionate opinions about whether there should be child-free restaurants, planes, and cruise ships. Here are six suggestions for how travelers can cope when seated near rowdy children. read post
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Send an e-mail with your travel tale—be it funny, quirky, or heartwarming—to TrueStories@BudgetTravel.com. If your submission is the best one we receive by January 31, you'll win 10 gift certificates, worth $200 each, valid at nearly 4,000 B&Bs and inns throughout the U.S. and Canada. (That's $2,000 toward your next vacation.)
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Longhorns passing through Fort Worth
FEATURE STORY
The city is mighty cosmopolitan for a "Cowtown." While the cattle drives are just for show, the avant-garde theater, floating museum, and white-water rapids are the genuine article. Plus: a handy Google map. read more

More from our 25 Reasons series:
CALLING ALL READERS
When we want travel tips, we look to the experts: our readers! Here are some of our favorite examples from recent issues of Budget Travel. Got a tip of your own? Send it to us at Tips@BudgetTravel.com. read more
Xunantunich, Belize
THE REAL DEALS
Airfare, guided tours of Mayan ruins at Altun Ha and Xunantunich, and seven nights' accommodations split between Belize City and Ambergris Cay, from $1,690. why it's a deal
Discounted room rates and hotel packages from $59 per night for a winter getaway to Portland, Ore.—an environmentally conscious big city with a groovy small-town vibe.
why it's a deal
A 14-night cruise on the Norwegian Dream along the majestic coastline of South America, with stops in Chile, Uruguay, the Falkland Islands, and Argentina, from $829, including meals. why it's a deal
Ala Moana Center
CALLING ALL READERS
We're gearing up to publish our next issue of Girlfriend Getaways—our new magazine devoted to the biggest trend in travel—and we want to know all about you and your girlfriends' juiciest getaway secret. (You know, the one that you giggle over every time you see each other.) Tell us your story, and you could win a six-day, five-night trip to attend Ala Moana Center's
first-ever spring fashion festival, Shop a Le'a—Seven Blissful Days of Shopping Euphoria (March 3 to 9, 2008). Located at the gateway to Waikiki, Ala Moana Center is also the world's largest open-air shopping mall, offering 2.1 million square feet and four levels of shopping and dining options. This fantastic prize includes airfare, five nights in a deluxe ocean-view room at a Waikiki hotel, entrance to two fabulous Shop a Le'a VIP events, a $250 Ala Moana Center gift card, a five-day Waikiki Trolley pass, and more. read more
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