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TRO TravelGram: Jan 9



Monday, January 9
In the heart of Seoul 
The South Korean capital has plenty of surprises for urban adventurers ... The Independent

9 once-in-a-lifetime family vacations
While dream trips are in our dreams because they are harder for us to take -- budget and kids seem to put a stop to those dreams -- there are certainly some once-in-a-lifetime experiences that the entire family can enjoy...

In Indonesia, watching the sun rise with 504 Buddhas
Borobudur could be the keyhole to nirvana, one intrepid American traveler figures, as she contemplates the state of being from atop the majestic ancient temple... New York Times

Off-season Europe brings bargains, space
Each summer, Europe greets a stampede of sightseers and shoppers with eager cash registers. Before jumping into the peak-season pig pile, consider the advantages of an off-season trip...USA Today

Tours and Activities
The Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge: Australia's big adventure
The Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge... Telegraph (London)

Where to ski in New England 
There's nothing like a dose of big-hill and small-village New England character... Globe and Mail

Birds and spirits soar at January eagle fests
January is a great time for bald-eagle viewing, and several festivals across the country this month celebrate the national bird...

Where to Go to Hear Music in 2012
The chief executive of RCA Records suggests stops in Brooklyn, Paris, London and Jamaica... New York Times

'Driving America' exhibit overhauls Henry Ford Museum
The suburban Detroit museum founded by auto pioneer Henry Ford is revamping its automotive displays... USA Today

Do Cruise Ships Impose Curfews on Teens?
Do cruise ships impose curfews on their youngest passengers? That's the question readers have been asking after we learned of a teenager who alleges she was sexually assaulted on a recent Royal Caribbean cruise...

Top 10 Cruise Itineraries in 2012
If you have your eye on the high seas this year, you're not alone: Some 20.3 million cruisers are forecasted to take a cruise vacation in 2012... Yahoo Travel News

New Disney cruise ship floated out in Germany
The Disney Cruise Line's newest ship, the Disney Fantasy, has taken to the water for the first time... USA Today

Airlines to hike prices to cover emissions
Within days of new European rules on carbon emissions produced by passenger jets, two major airlines say they will raise fares...Seattle Times

7 passengers on Qantas injured by turbulence
Seven passengers were treated for cuts and bruises after a Qantas Airways superjumbo hit severe turbulence en route from London to Singapore...

Stay The Night: The Lancaster, Paris 
This Parisian pied-a-terre for the Hollywood elite is sparkling once again - and now all are welcome... The Independent

Walliserhof, Zermatt: hotel review
A family-owned guesthouse since 1896, taken upmarket without losing charm or intimacy - or its popularity as a locals' meeting-spot... Telegraph (London)

Hotel room service speeds up
Some hotels are starting to deliver room service like Domino's delivers pizza: fast, and sometimes free if it isn't... USA Today

Other and Odd
Hawaii to add sand to Waikiki beach
A $2.3 million state project to widen a chronically eroding section of Waikiki beach with sand pumped in from offshore began with a Hawaiian blessing Wednesday... Seattle Times

Digital Detox Vacations: Dream Trip or Personal Nightmare? 
Caribbean nation St. Vincent and the Grenadines is challenging travelers to leave smartphones, tablets and other gadgets behind as a part of their new digital-detox vacation package... Travel and Leisure

Lawmaker targets TSA's big chunk o
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