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TRO Travelgram: Sept 17


Thursday, September 17

Paris on a budget: European city breaks for under £250
As much as Paris revels in its image as the home of haute couture and palace hotels, it can also be one of Europe's best capitals to visit on a budget...
Telegraph (London)

Bosnia: a model for the planet
In many ways, Bosnia today has what the rest of Europe has lost, and has an opportunity to be a model for the planet...

Tours and Activities
Best Affordable Fall Adventures
Go biking, hiking, and boating among the fall colorsóall for a great price...
Travel and Leisure

Bold Bachelor Party Ideas
Today's best men are lining up different fetes for the groom-to-be, planning elaborate destination parties that don't include wild nights on the town...
Forbes Traveler

In Portland's Restaurants, a Down East Banquet
Young chefs, great produce and low costs have made Portland, Me., one of the best places to eat in the Northeast...
New York Times

Cruise lines are taking wine onto water
Bottles must avoid light, heat, movement on the high seas...

Spectacular Fall Foliage Cruises
If the crisp autumn chill in the air stirs up a taste for adventure, there's no better time to hit the high seas...
Forbes Traveler

Some cruise lines found failing in pollution 'report card'
An environmental group has released its cruise ship report card on just how well cruise ship companies are doing when it comes to pollution...
USA Today

American Asking Passengers for Additional Data
American leads the pack and begins asking passengers for birth date and gender information as part of ticketing and check-in...
Smarter Travel

United Airlines' makeover aims to refresh and renew
United is beginning to dispel the nagging perception it has lousy customer service, they say. It's doing a better job getting passengers to destinations on schedule. And its operations are starting to improve...
USA Today

Other and Odd
Phone Features Can Cause Unexpected Charges
One woman unknowingly spent more than $5,000 using her phone overseasówithout ever making a call. Ed Perkins explains how to avoid these charges when you travel abroad...
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