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Daily deal: Two nights in Washington, DC

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Convene your own meeting of the United Nations in the heart of Washington, DC's embassy belt with a two-night Thursday-to-Sunday stay at the Normandy Hotel ($165).
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Business Trip

Business trip: Hong Kong

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For centuries, the cosmopolitan city has been a financial and commercial hub for Southeast Asia.
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America's most beautiful coastal walks

There are great strolls all over America’s 12,380 miles of coastline. And the most beautiful of these walks are as varied as the American landscape itself.


Budapest with children

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From wave pools to marionette shows to a railway run by kids — the Hungarian capital is full of family-friendly activities.
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Worldwide Weird

Go batty in Austin, Texas

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In late August, more than 40,000 people visit to see 1.5 million bats fly free.
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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: Buenos Aires

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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