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Monday, 20 August 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012
For those who want to bare all on vacation, finding a place to stay might have gotten just a touch easier.

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Rossi Ralenkotter: Las Vegas Takes Off With Airport Modernization
The worst experiences can ruin an entire vacation. Fortunately, major U.S. airports are investing billions of dollars to modernize their infrastructure. Here in Las Vegas, the $2.4 billion terminal project at McCarran International can serve as a national model for what airport modernization means for the traveling public and our entire economy.
Marilyn Downing Staff: The 9 Best Things To Do In Vietnam
A hopeful current is buzzing throughout much of the country, and it's a thrill to watch the chaos and order play out their yin and yang amidst honking horns, noodle stands, crumbling colonial remnants and high-rises. Here is my list of the nine best things to do in Vietnam.
Charu Suri: Traveling To Montreal For The Sake Of A Bagel (PHOTOS)
Being so intimately familiar with the dense and chewy texture of Murray's bagels in New York, or the reliably large kettle-boiled ones from Nussbaum & Wu, I wasn't expecting much from Montreal. But I was deliciously surprised.
Malerie Yolen-Cohen: Eight Wonders Of Coast-To-Coast US Route 6
U.S. Route 6 runs clear across the United States through some spectacular landscapes. It also touches areas, some remote, where brilliant and brave engineers and construction workers risked their lives to build a never-before-seen marvels.
Steve Bramucci: Touring Post-Olympic Britain
Rather than limiting yourself to England, where prices will still be high, check out what else the UK has to offer. A glance at the calendar reveals a full slate of festivals, concerts and performances throughout Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales in August and early September.

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