This is the May 2008 issue

Boarding Pass

Boarding Pass
By David Tykol
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Travelers' Intercom

Passport processed at embassy
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Initial snag at Immigration
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Re Indian visa
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Rome’s Termini: bigger, better, bella
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Keeping up with the TSA
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Landesmuseum Mainz
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Pöstlingsberg Church
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Found fault with guide in Mongolia
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Stunning views in Mongolia
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Unhappy with long layover
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Sky-high charge for scratch
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Wine tasting in Chile
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Tour of lush Indonesia
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Trans-Siberian sensations
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Beware in Barcelona
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Guide in Istanbul
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Notes on Cappadocia
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Great meal in Brest
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Best Airline from/to the US
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Japan’s Nebuta Festival
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Disabled parking in Europe
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Sorting slides
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Reading headlamp
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Giant’s Causeway bus
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Village Museum, Bucharest
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Lion excursion in Zimbabwe
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Calling All Readers!

Carrying meds overseas
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Columns

Self-treatment of sprains and strains
The Discerning Traveler

By Philip Wagenaar
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New in England and Ireland for 2008
Rick Steves' Europe

By Rick Steves
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Personal memories of yesterday’s Mideast
Mideast & Mediterranean

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Guaraní-Jesuit missions of Argentina
Focus on Archaeology

By Julie Skurdenis
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Cape Verde Islands
Adventure Travel for the Mildly Adventuresome

By Wayne Wirtanen
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Funniest Thing

Funniest Thing for May
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