Sunday Travel Round Up

Here is a Sunday round up of some of the travel articles published across the country in Sunday travel sections:

Making the Most of Those Long Argentine Nights - New York Times - Sometimes I wish the papers were keep their lid on this South American jewel. Then again, I don't.

The 10 Great Truths About Travel - Arthur Frommer (syndicated) - Some great tips here. Some are obvious but are often overlooked.

Deconstructing Non-Refundable Tickets - Chicago Tribune - This is a good article that provides insight on non-refundable tickets with airline-by-airline policies.

British Airways Slashes Fares - London Telegraph - Looks like now might be a good time to plan a trip using BA.

Easter Island: a Chilling Parable of Forman's Excess - Denver Post - An article detailing this writer's first visit to Easter Island and its famous statues.

Small Resorts Cater to Skiers with Modest Budgets - Dallas Morning News - An article on small Colorado resorts including, my favorite, Arapahoe Basin.

New Zealand in High Summer Realm of 'Lord of the Rains' - Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Coping with a rainy visit to New Zealand.

Pick a Romantic Destination for this Valentine's - Atlanta Journal Constitution - Sometimes the best gift can be a little getaway.

India's Thar Desert: From Camel Caravans to a Fortress City - Seattle Times - A visit to an 850 year-old fortress.

'Next Cancun' Taking Shape on Pristine Nayarit Shores - San Francisco Chronicle - Following the success of tourist-fueled towns like Cancun, Ixtapa and Huatulco, FONATUR gets to work on another resort.

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