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The Ultimate Greek Island Finder

Conde Nast Traveler July 2008

Conde Nast Traveler's annual Islands Issue is now online (and on the magazine stands).   

* Top Greek islands for beaches, beauty, hotels, and more.

* A 4-page map of 20 Greek islands, plus three itineraries.

* Paradise found on St. Lucia 

* Yes, Dorothy, there is such thing as an affordable Hawaii.

*  As Cuba enters its post-Fidel era, it's time for yet another look at The Remains of the Revolution

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Do You Travel for Business?

Business poll

Perhaps we Daily Travelers can make all those miles you've logged worthwhile. Take Conde Nast Traveler's fun, easy, and speedy business travel survey by July 19, 2008 and you'll be entered to win a three-night stay for two at a spa in North America and the Caribbean. (See sweepstakes rules.)

Your insights will help us rate hotels, airlines, and airports around the globe; results will appear in the October 2008 issue of the magazine. Please review the list of hotels, airlines, and airports on the pages to follow and rate only those you have personally used or visited during the past 3 years. Curious as to how it all turns out? Here are last year's results.


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Car rentals, Montenegro, runway close calls, and more

CNT June

Every weekend, In This Issue will link new stories from whatever issue is on the stands. What's in store from this summer's first issue?

* Wendy Perrin on how to save on European car rentals.

* Cruising the Redneck Riviera in a Mercedes CLS550.

* Have a high geography IQ?  Prove it in the Where Are You? Contest

* A report on the uptick of runway close calls.  Plus:  Watch the video of a near-miss in San Diego.

*  It's small, scrappy, and sublimely beautiful. Check out Montenegro, Europe's sunny low-key secret

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Summer (Not) in the City

CNT June

Every weekend, In This Issue will link new stories from whatever issue is on the stands. What's in store from this summer's first issue?

* You thought "affordable villa vacation" was an oxymoron? Think again.

* Here's how not to embarrass yourself in Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Croatia.

* V-Day founder Eve Ensler has gone from playwright to activist.

* The livin' is easy in Central Africa's Lake Tanganyika, the place Jane Goodall made famous. Writer Susan Hack discovered an untrodden destination poised to become a freshwater Seychelles.

Check back next weekend for more looks into June.

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May Is HOT!


Every weekend, In This Issue will link new stories from whatever issue is on the stands. What's in store from our best-selling issue of the year?

* May is all about the Hot List.

* Forget what you know about Hawaii. Read our Iconic Itinerary.

* We've also got a conversation with Madeleine Albright.

* And just what is Voluntourism? 


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