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Monday, July 7, 2008
The relic of the 1870s Tobacco Warehouse beneath the Brooklyn Bridge
20 PHOTOS
We sent photographer and New Yorker Ian Gittler out to wander in search of the romantic, gritty details that make it the world's greatest city. read more
This Just In
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
Are you traveling internationally with sensitive information? It's a good idea to e-mail or send a copy on ahead of you. For years, U.S. customs officials have been inspecting the contents of computers, cameras, and phones, in some cases keeping them for weeks before returning them. Now federal hearings are underway. get the details
Artist working on a carving at Artisans d'Angkor in Cambodia
SEVEN QUESTIONS
Art seems like a souvenir only for the super wealthy, but finding a quality piece at an affordable price isn't as difficult as you might think. read more
Fireworks (Scott Cooley/iStockphoto)
CALLING ALL READERS
E-mail your best shots—from July 4 or any other celebration—to BTPhotos@BudgetTravel.com for a chance to be included in a special slide show of readers' photos. Want to brush up on your technique? Read Fireworks Photography in 5 Easy Steps.
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Art deco buildings in South Beach
THE REAL DEALS
Thanks to these hotel packages in Amelia Island, Hollywood, Key West, Miami Beach, and St. Augustine, you can golf, take a cruise, get romantic, and more, from $135. why they're a deal
Dog trick
20 TIPS
My Chihuahua, Maq, hates getting into his dog carrier, but he loves peanut butter. So I smear a little peanut butter on the back wall of the carrier, and when Maq goes halfway in to lick it, I nudge his bottom in and quickly close the door. —Sandra Traub, Tamarac, Fla. get more tips
Karla Zimmerman
ONLINE TRIP COACH
Karla Zimmerman, the main author of Lonely Planet Chicago (2008), will answer your questions on the Windy City on Tuesday, July 8, at noon (ET). Submit a question now
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