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Thursday, February 12, 2009
The Grand Hyatt Shanghai
LOVE IS IN THE AIR
Whether you're seeking a tryst underground, planning to discover the wonders of zero gravity, or trying to re-create John and Yoko's Amsterdam Bed-In, nights to remember are a given at these locations. See for yourself in our slide show. read more
This Just In
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
This recession may be Priceline's finest moment because of the especially deep savings it is offering on hotel rooms and hotel/resort packages booked through its "name your own price" feature. Find out about the site's recent innovations—and get updated booking strategies. read post
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT…
It's Still Worth It: Travel-Inspiring Photos These shots from readers and pros are so spectacular that they're bound to get you dreaming and planning again… Which GPS Unit Is Best? Rental-car agencies are upgrading their fleets with the latest GPS technology. We tried five units to see which rules the road… America's Scenic Train Rides Breathtaking views by train of Cape Cod, the Grand Canyon, and more.
Cold Yet? Escape to the Beach
Nonstop Mexico: Fly straight to Los Cabos, Cancún, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, more
Sydney's historic Rocks neighborhood
REAL DEALS
Why not put Sydney on your vacation radar, given its carefree attitude and increasingly favorable exchange rate? This package puts you in the Australian city's center, near the beach and stylish neighborhoods. It starts at $999, including airfare and a four-night hotel stay. why it's a deal
Sunset over Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta Mexico hasn't been this cheap in 15 years. The only question is where to go for your sunny escape: Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Cabo San Lucas, Riviera Maya, or Mexico City. These nightly rates start at $50. why they're a deal
View of hotels along the water in Dubai This six-night package includes tours of flashy Dubai, some traditional meals, and a two-night cruise on a dhow departing from Khasab, Oman, for $1,749, including all taxes. why it's a deal
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