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Hotels & Vacations

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montreal hotels

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by teri 17 years ago

i'm coming for a conference in montreal in mid april. i prefer boutique style hotels that have some charm and a few amenities, without being too costly. i did find a place called the Hotel Nelligan...

Monterey & Carmel hotels/B&B-can I ask here?

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by ksl 17 years ago

Coming next week so need to book! We have a 10 and 13 yr. old and want kid-friendly places but nice. Please help! Also we only get one dinner each place and we don't want to waste it so need a grea...

Kosher eateries/lodging in Ithaca, NY?

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by The Pie Queen 17 years ago

Anyone know of any kosher eateries in Ithaca? Does Cornell offer kosher dining for non-students? (I'm wondering if it would ever be possible for my boyfriend's parents, who keep strict kosher, to v...

rome hotels again sorry

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by ham 17 years ago

boring i know but i'm taking my partner on a special romantic trip to rome at end of march. can anybody recommend a quiet hotel with big rooms and big beds with crispy white sheets and the full enc...

Rome B&B

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by RS 17 years ago

Will be going to Rome at the end of August 20003. Would appreciate any hotel recs, particularly for the Piazza Navona area (traveling with kids. Thanks again.

Mt. Tremblant-dining and lodging

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by Elyse 18 years ago

Nest week, we are driving up to Canada from NYC and we will be spending a few nights in Montreal and then thinking about going to Mt. Tremblant. We are trying to figure out if this is nice destinat...

Moderate priced hotels in safe areas

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by Makiba 18 years ago

I am planning a trip to New Orleans with 3 other females and we were wanting some suggestions for hotels that are close to the French Quarter yet moderately priced. What about the Clarion Grand Bou...

boston boutique hotels

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by peter hall 18 years ago

Does anyone have recommendations for nice boutique hotels in the Boston/Beacon Hill areas? Thanks in advance....

Rome hotels

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by DavidT 18 years ago

FYI- The April issue of National Geographic TRAVELER has a nice article on 12 hotels in central Rome for $135 or less a night. Usually, they are pretty good with articles of this type.

Hotels and "Auberge de la Reine Blanche"

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by Linda Taylor 18 years ago

I have to chose between these hotels: Duc de Saint-Simon, 7eme Hotel Atlantis Saint-Germain-Des-Pres 6eme Hotel Luxembourg, 6eme Hotel Grand Hommes, 5eme Also a friend went to "Auberge de la Reine ...

Hotels in Paris

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by Plum 18 years ago

Dear Chow hounds, I will be in paris in a few days to eat and eat and eat. Ufortunatly I will have to sleep as well and for this purpose I will require a hotel. I hope that perhaps one of you mi...

Portland lodging with dog

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by lou 18 years ago

We would love to make an off season trip to Maine and try Fore's which we've heard so much about. Can anyone recommend the best lodging that allows pets. It's really the best time to let him own t...

London Hotels

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by Rebecca C. 18 years ago

I am planning a trip through Africa and Europe in May. The last three nights will be spent in London. Can anyone suggest the best location to stay, we will not have a car, for around (or less tha...

London-top Hilton hotels you would recomend?

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by kel 18 years ago

We hope to be in London in couple weeks and were planning to stay in one of the Hilton hotels. We heard that the remodeled Paddington is going to be very nice. Any suggestions?

Paris Hotels -- Feedback requested

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by Fidelixi 18 years ago

I am arranging the honeymoon that my fiancé and I will be taking beginning at the end of June. We're going to go to Paris for 3 days and then head to Provence where we have a house to stay in for ...

London Hotels- Townhouse/Boutique Style

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by Louise 18 years ago

I'm looking to stay in a 3-4 star place that has lots of charm. Anyone know anything about The Gallery Hotel Millers L'Hotel The Rookery Or anywhere else in the West End that has rare combin...

Restaurants and Lodging in Bruges

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by Maurice Naughton 18 years ago

Hi-- I'm going to be in Paris during April and May, and I'm going to make a three or four day excursion to Bruges on the Thalys TGV. I'm in the market for an incredibly comfortable and luxuriou...

barcelona hotels......again!

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by ham 18 years ago

okay so its all getting a bit expensive and i want to spend the money on food.any recs on the lower end of the scale?

best way to travel in Dublin

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by Nicole 18 years ago

I'm looking to visit for about a 1 1/2 weeks or so within the next two or three months either by myself or with a friend. Any recommendations? Thanks in advance... Nicole

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