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Dreaming about hitting the slopes this weekend, but you think a quick getaway isn’t in your holiday budget? Last minute ski or snowboarding trip can be affordable thanks to this handy site. (Photo: Jeremiah Fry/My Shot)

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Comments Off on The Radar: Top Christmas Markets, Baltimore Airport Gets Million Dollar Upgrade, Best Art Hotels

Shop for unique Christmas gifts while enjoying local holiday cheer at one of Europe’s many Christmas markets. Embrace the holiday spirit in one of Lonely Planet’s top cities for the season. [Lonely Planet] Baltimore Washington Airport may look a little different on your next visit. About $100 million in upgrades are planned for the airport,…

Comments Off on The Radar: London to Add Wi-Fi Zones, Signature City Desserts, Best Tablets for Travel

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Comments Off on The Radar: Delta Flights to Cuba, Video Contests for Travelers, Tips for India First-Timers

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Take a break from the busy city and enjoy an afternoon sipping tea and savoring sweets at one of New York City’s best places for a steaming cup of Earl Grey or Darjeeling. [Fodor’s] As the holiday season approaches, catch up on changes to airport policies such as security, baggage fees, and boarding rules. [New…

Comments Off on The Radar: Best Cities for Kids, Packing for a Train Trip, Get Paid to Travel

Cities can be as much fun for kids as they are for adults. From Istanbul to Singapore, Lonely Planet ranks their top vacation choices for both generations. [Lonely Planet] Trains can be a quick and easy way to get around places like Europe, but deciding what to pack isn’t always as simple. A few quick…

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Comments Off on The Radar: Thanksgiving Getaways, Amtrak Expands Free Wi-Fi Service, Travel Inspiration

Put down the apron and get out of the kitchen this Thanksgiving. Enjoy a long weekend getaway at one of these kid-friendly resorts. [Frommer’s] Amtrak passengers will be able to surf the Web on their next train ride. The rail operator is adding free Wi-Fi services to several popular routes in the Northeast including the…

Nat Geo Launches Trips to Cuba

Travel to Cuba by U.S. citizens is now being permitted through select organizations, including the National Geographic Society. National Geographic Expeditions was recently granted a special license by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, which oversees travel to the country. The new program, Cuba: Discovering its People and Culture, is a 10-day expedition that allows…

Comments Off on The Radar: Safari Deals, Learn a Language Quickly, Warm Weather Trips

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Comments Off on The Radar: Tower Views, Dealing with Street Vendors, Best Time to Visit the National Parks

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Travel Tech: Leaf Peeping App

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In search of the most vivid autumn leaves? You won’t miss out on this year’s colorful fall foliage thanks to the new Leaf Peepr app from Yankee magazine. The free app features a color-coded map of the U.S., with each color indicating the stage of the foliage: Green, Turning, Moderate, Peak, Fading, Gone. The map…

Comments Off on The Radar: Paris’ Best New Restaurants, How to Start a Travel Blog, Hotels With a Crazy History

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Comments Off on The Radar: European River Cruises, Switzerland on a Budget, Mystery Trips

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Comments Off on The Radar: Earth’s Natural Phenomena, European Foods, Travel Deals in December

From thunder-less lightning storms to asphalt lakes, the world’s most amazing and often strange natural phenomena are worth seeking out. [Lonely Planet] You can eat like a local European thanks to the advice of New York Times correspondents who were willing to share their decades of culinary experience. [New York Times] The first two weeks…