-- United extends the time through Feb. 28, 2006, when Mileage Plus members can redeem a Saver Award and travel for as much as 40 percent fewer redeemable miles than usual. For a United economy-class Saver Award ticket, you need only redeem 15,000 miles, which normally costs 25,000 miles. Members interested in flying first- or business-class need 30,000 miles for a roundtrip Saver Award ticket that normally costs 40,000 miles. The offer applies to qualifying short-haul, non-stop flights booked online within the 48 contiguous states and between the U.S. and Canada on United, United Express and Ted. Short-haul flights are up to and including 750 air miles each way.
Qualifying sample flights to and from United's hub cities include travel between: Chicago and New York, Washington, D.C., and Toronto; Denver and Las Vegas, Dallas, and Phoenix; Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Reno, and Phoenix; San Francisco and Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and Seattle; Washington, D.C. and New York, Philadelphia, and Boston.
Fr-ee Fun, San Diego|
This savings-packed FR.EE brochure features almost 40 Fun, Fr-ee Things to do in San Diego. When heading to Southern California, attend concerts or visit a State Historic Park and keep that cash in your pocket.
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Renovated Southern Cross Club Package
One year after Hurricane Ivan demolished four of its beachfront bungalows and severely damaged its piers, the Southern Cross Club Fish & Dive Resort, on Little Cayman Island in the British West Indies, completed its post-storm reconstruction.
During the rebuild, upgrades include a new 500 sq. ft. open-air dining pavilion, a new seaside mini-spa, five new beachfront bungalows and revamping its power, water and waste systems to comply with the United Nation's Green Globe 21 (GG21) eco-friendly standards.
To commemorate the completion of construction, the resort introduces an Adventure Travel package for new and returning guests who book a seven-night trip by Dec. 31, 2006. Guests will be charged 2003 rates and will receive a $960 activity credit (per couple) that can be used towards any professional fishing or dive-related activity provided by the club. Kayaks and island bikes are fr-ee for all guests.
Packages start at $650 per person for a three-night stay including all meals, service charges, and airport pickup on Little Cayman Island.
Southern Cross Club Fish & Dive Resort or 800/899-2582.
Airline travelers can expect more random screenings, fewer prohibited items and a workforce focusing on more serious threats, such as explosives. These changes are part of an update to security procedures announced by Transportation Security Administration Assistant Secretary Kip Hawley.
With federal air marshals on planes, bulletproof cockpit doors, armed pilots and 100 percent screening of checked baggage, the threat of a terrorist taking over an airplane has lessened since the 2001 attacks. The biggest concern now is explosives.
Airline passengers will be allowed to carry small scissors and tools onto planes, reversing a rule that allowed confiscating sharp objects at airports since the Sep. 11 terror attacks. Scissors longer than four inches, tools larger than seven inches in length and all crowbars, drills, hammers and saws are still prohibited. Lighters continue to be banned from the cabin of aircraft and in checked baggage.
Passengers will continue to walk through a metal detector and have their carry-on and checked baggage screened. This may include a brief additional search of your or property. Examples of this additional screening include: explosive screening of shoes, hand-wanding of passengers, enhanced pat down searches and inspections of carry-on bags. These searches will be generated at random and will take only about a minute to complete. They will allow Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) to better screen passengers for explosives and other threats to the aviation system.
Transportation Security Administration.
ResorTime.com Trivia Sweepstakes
ResorTime vacation rentals offers the Timeshare Trivia Sweepstakes that tests your timeshare knowledge and gives you a chance to win $25,000 in prizes including week long vacations, weekend getaways, or a 30G MP3 player.
To play the game, go to the sweepstakes website and answer multiple choice questions about timeshares and ResorTime.com. You are then automatically entered into the monthly drawing. To help players, all the answers can be found on the website. You can play each week as new questions are added every week.
For more chances to win, have your name entered up to five additional times each month. All you need to do is enter the email addresses of up to five friends who will be invited to play the game. When your friends play, you get another entry in the sweepstakes.
There is no purchase necessary to play the sweepstakes which ends Mar. 31, 2006.
ResorTime.com represents more than 300 resorts and condos located across the county that feature spacious living areas, fully equipped kitchens and multiple bedrooms. Most resorts offer amenities such as swimming pools, hot tubs, and recreational activities, depending on the location.
Timeshare Trivia Sweepstakes rules.
Face-It Luggage Tags -- Your Face on Your Luggage|
There's no mistaking your luggage with the Face-It Luggage Tag. The durable, laminated tag displays your face and the phrase "This Face Belongs With This Luggage."
A Face-It Luggage tag makes it less likely for a stranger or thief to walk off with your luggage and helps you recognize your luggage at a glance in hotels or airports. Face-It Tags are also available for briefcases, portfolio books, backpacks, sporting equipment, musical instruments, bicycles and more.
Face-It Luggage Tags.
Ithaca Snow Guarantee, Save when it Snows
Ithaca, New York, gears up for Jack Frost by offering the first-ever Snow Guarantee, to encourage travelers to visit the region at one of the most picturesque times of the year in the Finger Lakes.
When you stay at participating hotels through Mar. 31, 2006, and request the Snow Guarantee when booking, you will receive one percent off nightly room rates for every inch
of snow that falls during your stay (10 inches equals 10% off). The more it snows, the more you will save. Snow Guarantee rates are priced per night, based on double occupancy, and do not include tax or service. Blackout dates apply.
Finger Lakes Region hotels will offer additional perks to make in-room cocooning more fun. Unlimited hot chocolate, coffee and tea, fr-ee in-room movie, a list of local restaurants that deliver and a fr-ee bottle of wine are part of most Snow Guarantee rates.
- Participating properties include: A Cayuga Lake County Inn, $150, Unlimited hot chocolate, coffee and tea. Fr-ee breakfast in bed, fr-ee bottle of wine and in-room movie.
- Courtyard by Marriott, $109, Unlimited hot chocolate, coffee and tea.
- La Tourelle Resort & Spa, $125, Unlimited coffee, tea, hot chocolate and fr-ee in-room movies.
- Super 8 Motel, $70, Unlimited hot chocolate and coffee and fr-ee cable with HBO.
- The Federal House, $125, Unlimited hot drinks of your choice and fr-ee in-room movie.
- The Hampton Inn, $119, Unlimited tea, coffee, hot soup and homemade cookies, fr-ee in-room movie, bottle of wine, fr-ee hot breakfast bar daily and high speed internet access.
- The Holiday Inn, $149, Unlimited hot chocolate and popcorn with fr-ee in-room movie and $10 in downtown dollars.
- The Inn @ City Lights, $125,Unlimited hot chocolate, coffee and tea.
- Turtle Dreams B&B, $90, Unlimited hot chocolate, coffee or tea, fr-ee in-room movie, bottle of wine.
Ithaca Snow Guarantee or 800/28-ITHACA.
Budapest Winter Package
TourCrafters makes Budapest, the Hungarian capital, affordable and easy to visit with their five-day/four-night “Budapest Hot Deal” package. Prices start at $579 and include roundtrip transatlantic air, four nights at the Hotel Ibis Emke, daily breakfast, hotel service charges and taxes. The package is valid for travel through Mar. 31, 2006.
The recently renovated Hotel Ibis Emke is in the heart of Pest (Buda is the hilly side, Pest the flat side) and offers shuttle bus service to and from the airport. All rooms feature mini-bars, satellite television and hair-dryers. Non-smoking rooms are available on request.
The $579 price is for Boston departures. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, are subject to availability and do not include airport taxes or fuel surcharges. Departures from New York are $639, Washington D.C. $677, Miami $704, Chicago $664, Houston $744 and Los Angeles and San Francisco are $804.
TourCrafters or 800/482-5995.
2-for-1 Alaska Travel Guide
The 2006 edition of the Great Alaskan TourSaver features more fishing, flightseeing, wilderness lodges and access to Alaska's national parks than ever before -- all at 2-for-1 savings. The 2006 edition is available online for $99.95.
The Great Alaskan TourSaver features more than 150 2-for-1 activities, tours and accommodations. Their website has a complete list of this year's 2-for-1 Alaska travel savings and includes a directory of fr-ee wireless wi-fi "hotspots" around the state.
This year's favorite offers include: a 2-for-1 National Park cruise of Kenai Fjords National Park with Renown Tours; 2-for-1 accommodations in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park at Kennicott Glacier Lodge; 2-for-1 tour to Valley of the 10,000 Smokes in Katmai National Park; 2-for-1 cruise/tour of Glacier Bay National Park; 2-for-1 flightseeing of Mt. McKinley with a glacier landing from Talkeetna; 2-for-1 jetboat tour of the Copper River; 2-for-1 package with fly-out, at Denali Wilderness Lodge; and 2-for-1 halibut fishing charter in Seldovia with Alaska Treetops.
Great Alaskan TourSaver.
Protect Luggage with Baggage Guard Seals |
The pre-numbered, one-time use plastic padlocks are the perfect way to protect your luggage since they cannot be reinstalled once removed. That feature lets you instantly know if someone tampered with your luggage. Yet when TSAs at airports need to inspect your luggage, Baggage Guard Seals can be easily removed. A package of 10 Baggage Guard Seals is still only $9.95.
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AmericInn $10,000 Sweepstakes
To celebrate the franchise’s growth and reward guests for their patronage, the AmericInn hotel chain offers the $10,000 giveaway sweepstakes. To be eligible for the cash grand prize, you must register at AmericInn's website before Jan. 31, 2006.
No purchase is required to register for the $10,000 giveaway. Just follow "The AmericInn $10K Giveaway" link on the home page and fill out a short entry form to be eligible for the cash grand prize. You can increase your odds of winning by revisiting the site and entering their information once per day until Jan. 31, 2006.
The contest is open to legal residents of all 50 states and the District of Columbia who reached the age of majority.
Winners will be selected in a random drawing from all eligible entries received on or about Feb. 1, 2006. The winner will be notified by phone or e-mail, at the Sponsor's discretion. Odds of winning will depend upon the total number of eligible entries received.
For the winner's name, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to AmericInn Sweepstakes Winners List, AmericInn International, LLC, 250 Lake Drive East, Chanhassen, MN 55317. All requests must be received by Jan. 31, 2006.
AmericInn or 800/634-3444.
Maintain, Don’t Gain
On your vacation, sensational sweets and tempting treats will likely surface. Sodexho, the leading provider of food and facilities management in the United States, has tips to stay trim and help avoid vacation weight gain.
- Eat breakfast. It jump starts your metabolism and provides you with fuel so you won’t be tempted to graze through the morning.
- Don’t skip meals to save calories. You’ll only be tempted to rebound later at the buffet.
- Take control of portion sizes and increase the number of smaller portions per day. You can build up a bank of extra calories for a special event by reducing your daily intake by about 100 calories (approximately one slice of bread) for a week.
- Add 10 minutes to your normal exercise routine every day to burn off extra calories.
- Drink plenty of water, especially before a big meal. It will fill you up and prevent overindulgence.
- Keep a diary of what you eat and drink, even if it’s just through your vacation. The act of recording your intake will raise awareness and help identify any triggers for over consumption.
- Liquid calories count, enjoy them in moderation. One five ounce glass of wine has about 100 calories, a 12 ounce regular beer contains 150 calories and 1.5 ounces of 80 proof distilled spirits has 100 calories.
- Seek lower calorie options at the appetizer buffet. Crudités of vegetables and fruit, or shrimp and scallops with cocktail sauce are wise choices.
- Step away from the table. Listen to your body, and when it tells you it’s full, believe it.
|$899 Singapore Luxury Package|
Globotours offers savings to Southeast Asia with their Luxury Singapore Escape package from $899 per person, based on the double occupancy. The package is available through Mar. 31, 2006. Government taxes and fees are not included. Booking is subject to availability plus change, holiday/seasonal supplements, blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.
The package includes roundtrip economy class airfare from Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York on Singapore Airlines; four nights at the Ritz Carlton Millenia, The Oriental or Grand Hyatt; half-day city tour; roundtrip airport/hotel transfers; service of local host for optional tours and shopping suggestions; city maps and shopping guides; service charges and hotel taxes and $200,000 Flight Insurance.
The offer is valid for weekday flights only. Add-on airfare from other domestic cities is available as are extensions to Tokyo, Bangkok or other Asian destinations.
Globotours or 800/988-4833. Use tour code: SINDELUXE.
Cheap Tix Chart
Buy Tickets at a Discount -- Special ticket outlets
sell discounted day-of-performance tickets to theater productions, films, and
sporting events. Discounts can be 50 percent or more. On The Go
Publishing’s Cheap Tix Chart, still only $14, lists outlets in the
U.S. and eight foreign cities that sell discounted, day-of-performance tickets.
Click here to order the Cheap Tix Chart from On The Go Publishing.
|New Packages, Flights to Aruba|
Continental Airlines launches new nonstop Saturday service to Aruba from LaGuardia International Airport. The Saturday flight takes off at 7:50 a.m. and arrives at 1:20 p.m., giving you the chance to enjoy most of the day.
Various tour operators offer travel packages to kick off the new service. Below find several packages. Rates are per person, based on double occupancy.
Travel Impressions -- Packages include roundtrip airfare, seven-night’s hotel accommodations, hotel tax and service, and roundtrip airport transfers in Aruba. Blackout, weekend, and holiday peak season surcharges apply.
The Mill Resort - includes fifth night fr-ee, valid Jan. 4 to Mar. 31, 2006, $919
Hyatt Regency - valid Jan. 3 to Feb. 13, 2006, $2159
Occidental Grand Aruba, all-inclusive, valid Feb. 1 to 28, 2006, $2425
Liberty Travel -- Five-night travel packages include taxes, roundtrip air based on a Saturday departure and roundtrip airport transfers. Packages are valid for travel Jan. 16 to Mar. 31, 2006 and must be booked by Feb. 23, 2006. Availability, holiday blackouts, peak period surcharges and other restrictions apply.
Wyndham Aruba Beach Resort $1615
Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino $1795
Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino $1839
London Superior Class Vacation $529
HURRY! BOOK BY JAN. 12 -- Go-today.com extends the purchase deadline on its London Superior Class vacation package.
Book by Jan. 12, 2006 for travel through Mar. 11, 2006, with a six-night hotel stay at superior class hotels such as the Harrington Hall Hotel, located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Priced from $529 from New York, the London Superior Class sale includes roundtrip airfare, roundtrip minibus transfers from airport to hotel, six nights’ hotel accommodations in London with continental breakfast daily, hop-on/hop-off sightseeing tour, hotel taxes and service charges.
The package is available from other gateway cities including: $569 from Boston, $570 from Philadelphia, $599 from Washington-Dulles, $629 from Atlanta, $649 from Chicago or Miami, $699 from Dallas or Houston, $709 Los Angeles or San Francisco, and $789 from Seattle or Portland, OR. Air taxes, fees and surcharges are in addition to package price.
London Superior Class Supersale or 800/227-3235.
Footloose in Fiesta City -- story and photos by Kay Douglas
There's always something to celebrate in "Fiesta City," as San Antonio is popularly called. Famous for its signature Fiesta held each April over 10 days, the city showcases its cultural roots -- and its love of a good party -- throughout the year with events such as the Texas Folklife Festival, Cinco de Mayo, Oktoberfest, the Holiday River Parade Lighting Ceremony, and a brace of celebrations feting the music, art, and food of the region.
If all this sounds a bit frantic, don't be alarmed. San Antonio is also a terrific place to kick back and relax. Quiet, less-touristy stretches of its famous River Walk, lush botanical gardens and manicured parks, and scenic historic Spanish missions provide ample opportunity to pause and reflect, while excursions to nearby Hill Country coax visitors from the city out into wide open spaces dotted with working ranches and up-and-coming wineries.
I was in town November 2005, for the New World Food & Wine Festival, which showcases the city's finest chefs and restaurants as well as wines from across the Americas. Daniel Jacob, festival chair, emphasized what sets San Antonio's food and wine festival apart: "Quality, not quantity."
At the festival's black-tie gala at the Westin Riverwalk, a phalanx of chefs prepared a banquet spotlighting the cuisine of the Oaxaca, featuring exotic dishes such as wild boar tenderloin paired with wines from Argentina and Chile. Even more memorable was an intimate luncheon prepared by Executive Chef Jeff Balfour at Citrus, a feast for the mind and the senses as winemakers and wine enthusiasts discussed subjects as diverse as Chardonnay trends and physics.
Texas wines and foods came to the forefront at several festival events, most notably "Totally Tejas," a grape-stompin', steak-grillin', booty shakin' extravaganza held at Rio Cibola Ranch. And for international appeal there was Hemisfare, an evening event featuring 100 wines plus a smorgasbord concocted by dozens of chefs that amply supported San Antonio's claim to being a prime gateway to the cultures and cuisines of Mexico and Latin America.
Aside from its festivals, visitors to San Antonio should visit the Institute of Texan Cultures to further explore the state's rich cultural heritage. The Institute has exhibits for 26 distinct ethnic groups that make up the Lone Star State. Upon entering the building, I was immediately drawn to a lively display of footwear - primarily boots - worn by famous Texans, ranging from Laura Bush's immaculate red-white-and-powder-blue sneakers to Don Henley's scuffed cowboy boots.
Later, while exploring the hall devoted to German immigrants, I was drawn to an elaborate bandstand, where I learned that the fusion of European polkas and waltzes with Mexican ranchero music ultimately led to the distinctive sound that San Antonio still celebrates in its annual Tejano/Conjunto Festival.
San Antonio also celebrates Dias de los Muertos on Nov. 1 and 2, a Mexican traditional holiday that commemorates departed loved ones, hoping to entice their spirits back to earth through offerings made at an ofrenda (altar) festooned with colorful paper decorations, playful skeletons, and favorite foods of the loved ones.
At the Institute of Texan Cultures, an ofrenda dedicated to Americans who have died in Iraq struck a poignant note: MREs, an American flag, dessert camouflage caps, and aluminum mess kits were arrayed near the more traditional offerings of pan de muertos (bread fashioned in the shape of skulls or bones) and candles lit to guide the spirits to the altar.
San Antonio's missions offer a window onto the city's past, symbols of the time when the might of the Spanish church and state combined to push an empire north. Four of the five Spanish missions are part of the National Park Service's Mission Trail, located along a nine-mile stretch of the San Antonio River just outside town. However, the most famous mission, San Antonio de Valero, better known as the Alamo, is at the very heart of the city. No visit to San Antonio is complete without stepping inside the hushed interior of Texas' most famous shrine, which is open to the public every day except Christmas Eve and Christmas. Take time to view the nearby Wall of History or listen to a volunteer speaker in Alamo Plaza give a stirring account of the famous battle.
Besides the Alamo, San Antonio's most-visited area is the River Walk, a widely-heralded triumph of urban planning that today serves as the city's chief tourist magnet. Its shaded walkways along the downtown stretch of the river are popular with out-of-town conventioneers and locals alike.
For a morning excursion, consider taking a breakfast cruise on the river. Reasonably priced cruises depart from several area restaurants. I enjoyed an egg dish containing corn tortilla strips and chiles prepared at Zuni Grill as the flat-bottomed barge glided along the river. The tour was narrated by an enthusiastic guide who pointed out area landmarks along the way, and spotting yellow-crested night herons roosting in the moss-draped trees near the river. For landlubbers, I can recommend the Sunday brunch at Acenar featuring a lively mariachi band and positively addictive blood-orange margaritas.
Along River Walk you'll also find la Villita, an historic arts village containing numerous shops, galleries, and restaurants. Take in a fr-ee performance at la Villita's outdoor stage or watch glassblowing demonstrations by local artisans. Dedicated shoppers will also want to check out El Mercado, a hub of bargain-hunting activity that features several notable restaurants (check out the colorful murals in Mi Tierra Café and Bakery), open-air food stalls, street performers, and fr.ee events year round.
While taking in the River Walk, however, don't forget to look up - at San Antonio's unique architecture. The San Antonio Conservation Society was largely responsible for saving the river itself, which was once slated to be paved over, and also had a hand in preserving many of the city's signature buildings. Today, almost a century's preservation work stands as testimony to their foresight, with architectural gems such as the Bexar County Courthouse, the Tower Life Building, and the Fairmont Hotel (the heaviest structure to ever be moved, according to the Guinness Book of Records) gracing the city's skyline.
One long-term project of particular note is the renovation of San Antonio's historic downtown theater district. Two of the city's landmark theaters, the aptly named 2,500-seat Majestic Theater and the Empire Theater, host theatrical and musical events. Not far from the Empire, a third theater is currently undergoing renovation, the Aztec. It's slated to become one of River Walk's premier attractions, with a fr-ee special effects show held several times daily, not to mention performances on the theater's original 1925 Mighty Wurlitzer organ.
A fourth historic theater, the Alameda, is as emblematic to Latinos as Harlem's Apollo Theater is to African Americans. When it opened in 1949, the Alameda was the largest theater in the U.S. to feature Spanish-language films and performing artists. The campaign to restore the Alameda envisions the theater at the heart of a Latino art and cultural zone that will also encompass the new Smithsonian-affiliated Museo Americano. This vibrant new museum will chronicle the Latino cultural experience in America.
Come for its festivals; come for its rich cultural history; or come simply for its warm Texas-style hospitality. Whenever you come to San Antonio, you're sure to find something unexpected.
San Antonio Visitor & Convention Bureau or 800/THE ALAMO.
Silky Travel Jewelry Roll
A must have for travelers. Our silky travel jewelry
roll comes in a random assortment of single-color jacquards, solid colors and two-color brocades.
This handy travel jewelry roll measures 8 1/2 x 11 inches when open and closes to a compact 8 1/2 x 4 inches.
Our exclusive design offers a place for everything with one deep pocket, a ring bar and three zippered compartments.
Price $40. Click here to order from On The Go Publishing.
American Offers Shorter Flights for Fewer Miles
American Airlines makes it easier to take to the skies when booking your next award trip. With short-hop MileSAAver awards, you can fly roundtrip on nonstop routes under 750 air miles one way within the continental United States and Canada for a reduced number of AAdvantage miles when booking award travel on American’s web site.
Available for travel through Feb. 28, 2006, economy class roundtrip awards are available for 15,000 miles, a 10,000-mile savings. First- or business-class roundtrip awards require 30,000 miles, a savings of 15,000 miles.
Awards are valid for nonstop, short-hop flights operated by American Airlines, American Eagle or AmericanConnection carriers.
AAdvantage members can check award availability using the AAdvantage HotSpots calendar online. The green color indicates the best opportunity for MileSAAver award availability.
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Coach House London Vacation Rentals offers short term central London rentals
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Each rental comes with a neighborhood guide, breakfast provisions for the first day or two of your stay, a telephone help line, and what to do and see.
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Herd ostrich, ride horses or gather eggs -- at a family farm in Pennsylvania, the relaxing alternative to a camping vacation. The 25 family farms roll out the red carpet for families and are found in all corners of the state.
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