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Daily deal: Seaside stay (and fresh cookies) at Laguna Beach

22 September 2011 | By

Take in the California coast from the comfort of the Inn at Laguna Beach. Enjoy two nights with views of the Pacific for $399.

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In brief: Even hostels raise prices for the 2012 Olympics

22 September 2011 | By

American hikers freed from Iran prison, United announces new rewards programme, Price gouging for London hostels could be worse than expected during the Olympics, and more.

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Daily deal: Get away to Mexico

21 September 2011 | By

Spring for a south of the border vacation for up to 60% off. Enjoy Mexico’s sun, sand and salsa (food or dance) at the Villa del Palmar Flamingos Beach Resort and Spa ($999).

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The emerging Asia-Pacific business traveller

21 September 2011 | By

As the epicentre of business travel shifts east, the hotel industry is gearing up to meet the increased demand and taking a closer look at the demographic.

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In brief: Scratch-n-sniff New York City

21 September 2011 | By

Woman gives birth during a flight, Scratch-n-sniff guide includes the best and worst smells of New York, Avatar theme park coming to Orlando, and more.

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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: Nenagh, Ireland

20 September 2011 | By

Have book and pen, will travel.

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Daily deal: A Florida zip line tour

20 September 2011 | By

Grab a fellow classmate for three nights at the Schoolhouse Inn, and days packed with adventure on Coldwater Creek for $488.

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In brief: UK considers gender-free passports

20 September 2011 | By

Airline fees continue to rise, UK explores gender-free passports following Australia's decision, and more.

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