Monday, June 14, 2010
With all due respect to esteemed chefs, anyone who's ever bought fresh steamed crab from a Bangkok canal boat or sampled hot, crisp frites
on a Brussels sidewalk knows that not all stellar meals are served in courses—or even come with silverware. These 14 destinations have cult followings built around their street-food cultures.
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
The European debt crisis has been hailed as good news for Americans, whose dollars now go further. But tourists may soon start paying a price for Europe's imbalanced budgets. Roman officials have proposed an extra hotel tax of up to €10 ($12) per person per night. If the tax goes through, would you shorten your visit or choose to travel elsewhere?
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The votes for our Readers' Choice poll are in, and you picked Maui as your favorite island getaway. Now show us why you love it! Upload your most beautiful island photos and tag them "Maui." The best one will be featured in the magazine's October issue.
Readers are getting in on the action by sharing their favorite hotels worldwide. Thanks to reader Lloyd
, we're covering the Hyatt Regency Jersey City. It's on the Hudson River waterfront near public transportation, and the spacious rooms have Manhattan skyline views, from $139.
A weeklong wilderness adventure with visits to Ketchikan, Juneau, and Skagway, and Prince Rupert, B.C.
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