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Friday, September 25

Magical Lyon at the heart of French culinary culture
Situated at the confluence of the Rhone and Saone rivers, Lyon is France's second largest city, with more than four million residents in the metropolitan area. Its main tourist draw is its cuisine...
National Post

36 Hours in Bermuda
Four hundred years ago, an English sailing vessel was shipwrecked on this mid-Atlantic archipelago, giving birth to an island nation that's now in full-swing party mode...
New York Times

Tours and Activities
The World's Strangest Monuments
From a baby-eating sculpture in Switzerland to Mongolia's giant statue of Genghis Khan, the world's weirdest monuments display local quirks...
Travel and Leisure

2 Days, 3 Nights, on a Path Named for a Devil
The Devil's Path, an east-to-west voyage along the spine of the Catskills, is often cited as the toughest hiking trail in the East...
New York Times

Luxury Cruises' Low Fares -- The New Normal
If 2009 was a watershed year for great deals on luxury cruises, 2010 may be just as good -- if an announcement today by Crystal Cruises is any kind of bellwether...

Carnival cruise ship passenger detained on Antigua pleads for forgiveness
Shoshonnah Henry, 24, of New York and five other Carnival passengers were arrested earlier this month after allegedly brawling with police during a port call...
USA Today

Report: Visa backlog could impact thousands of cruisers heading to South America
Planning a cruise to South America this winter? If it stops in Brazil, as many South America cruises do, and you live in the West, you better be sure you apply for a visa far in advance...
USA Today

Get Me Off This Plane, Now!
There's plenty of momentum behind passenger rights legislation that would force airlines to release passengers in the event of tarmac delays. Finally!...
Smarter Travel

British Airways to Charge for Early Seat Choice
British Airways says it will allow passengers to choose seats up to 355 days before flying -- for a fee...
New York Times

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