This is the March 2008 issue

Boarding Pass

Boarding Pass
By David Tykol
Appears on Page 2
 

Travelers' Intercom

‘Petra By Night’
Appears on Page 12
 
Hurdles in Russia
Appears on Page 12
 
Car rental insurance glitch
Appears on Page 14
 
Israeli antiquity
Appears on Page 15
 
Giant’s Causeway
Appears on Page 16
 
Re tours’ expected hotels
Appears on Page 28
 
Bus lacked promised rest room
Appears on Page 30
 
Wished private meeting space
Appears on Page 31
 
Impressed with Australia arrangements
Appears on Page 31
 
Planning a Cyprus trip
Appears on Page 32
 
Gorilla trekking in Uganda and Rwanda plus Tanzania
Appears on Page 32
 
Best airline to/from the U.S.
Appears on Page 42
 
Miho Museum near Kyoto
Appears on Page 64
 
Surin’s elephant roundup
Appears on Page 66
 
Is your prescription the right one?
Appears on Page 68
 
Re guidebooks’ accuracy
Appears on Page 69
 
Novel Approach: Mongolia
Appears on Page 69
 
Lighting the way
Appears on Page 69
 
Doctor on Board
Appears on Page 69
 
Keeping in Touch
Appears on Page 70
 
A single’s travel options
Appears on Page 71
 
The Royal Citadel in Hue, Viet Nam
By Harlan Hague
Appears on Page 98
 

Columns

New welcome to Berlin
All Aboard!

Appears on Page 72
 
Cruise news potpourri
The Cruising World

By Lew Toulmin
Appears on Page 75
 
What’s new for Italy in 2008
Rick Steves' Europe

By Rick Steves
Appears on Page 76
 
Options for the single traveler
Latin America Watch

By Deanna Palić
Appears on Page 79
 
Koke-dera: Kyoto’s garden muffled in moss
The Garden Path

By Yvonne Horn
Appears on Page 81
 
The controversy surrounding ‘Roots’
Adventure Travel for the Mildly Adventuresome

By Wayne Wirtanen
Appears on Page 84
 
The waterfront Termas de Puyuhuapi Hotel & Resort is nestled in splendid isolation.
Exploring in Chile’s northern Patagonia
Far Horizons

By Randy Keck
Appears on Page 87
 

Funniest Thing

Funniest Thing for March
Appears on Page 16
 

Where in the World? Correct Answers

Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Hiroshima Peace Memorial
Appears on Page 102