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    Three Perfect Days

  • Three Perfect Days: Los Cabos, Mexico
    Jan 2007

    Three Perfect Days: Los Cabos, Mexico

    Despite its longtime reputation as a quick Mexican beach getaway for residents of the U.S. West Coast, today’s Los Cabos has matured into an enticing destination offering more than just cheap margaritas and sling chairs in the sand


  • Three Perfect Days: Bahamas
    Dec 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Bahamas

    “The isles of perpetual June” was George Washington’s impression upon his first visit to the Bahamas in the 1760s. Modern visitors make annual winter treks to this sunny clime for that same reason— the weather is simply sublime


  • Three Perfect Days: Whistler, B.C.
    Nov 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Whistler, B.C.

    When people say Whistler is big, they’re not just talking about the Canadian mountain resort’s size. It’s true that this once-obscure British Columbia fishing, logging, and ski town is now the largest ski and snowboard resort in North America


  • Three Perfect Days: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Oct 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Travelers have praised the spectacular setting of Rio de Janeiro as far back as the 16th century. British poet Richard Flecknoe in 1655 called it “the most seductive scenery in the world.”


  • Three Perfect Days: Munich, Germany
    May 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Munich, Germany

    “Munchen leuchtet” — Munich glows—wrote German author and Nobel laureate Thomas Mann in celebrating the city he called home. Munich is a magical place. A mild climate and laid-back style make it one of Europe’s most charming cities


  • Three Perfect Days: Nagoya, Japan
    Mar 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Nagoya, Japan

    For quite some time Nagoya was the brunt of jokes in Japan because of its inaka, or rural, status. But those days are no more. Today Nagoya is one of the fastest-growing economic centers in Japan and a focal point for modern as well as traditional culture


  • Three Perfect Days: Turin, Italy
    Feb 2006

    Three Perfect Days: Turin, Italy

    Turin is a Houdini city that has transformed itself many times over the centuries, from Roman army camp to medieval trading village to the baroque first capital of unified Italy, and then to the capital of Italian industry when Fiat was born here


  • Three Perfect Days: St. Maarten
    Jan 2006

    Three Perfect Days: St. Maarten

    If there’s one thing St. Maarteners are proud of, it’s the endearing adage that our Caribbean homeland is “The Friendly Island.” We plaster it all over our number-plates, and it’s true


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