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...e termali. Aperte al pubblico ufficialmente nel 1966 le Terme Olimia sono oggi un popolare centro benessere frequentato tanto da sloveni quanto da italiani, tedeschi e austriaci, affascinati dal paesa...

...il fondo di vetro. L?insolita Gris Gris Se siete alla ricerca di un paradiso perduto, insolito e poco frequentato ma non meno spettacolare, Gris Gris è la spiaggia che fa per voi: su ques...

3. Practical Traveler: Save your Elite Flier Status While You Can
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...es that count toward elite status are reset on most airlines; here is what you need to know to top off your frequent flier account. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click...

4. Practical Traveler: Managing Your Frequent Flier Account
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
... miles that count toward elite status reset on most airlines; here is what you need to know to top off your frequent flier account. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click...

5. In Transit Blog: Q&A: Peace While Traveling? Not Impossible.
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
... he advised; and when dealing with other travelers, "give yourself time to be gracious." Here, Mr. Lokos, a frequent sojourner, shares his methods for achieving peace in a hectic world. ... Tra...

6. Frequent Flier: Selling Private Jet Service With Chattering Teeth
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Jesse Itzler, co-founder of Marquis Jet, which sells access to NetJets planes, is not crazy about flying, but he once flew to snowy Utah to raise some business. ... Travel site." href="h

7. Frequent Flier: Getting Through Security With a Gun, Sort Of
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
How a tiny gun charm hanging from a necklace caused a hullabaloo at Newark Liberty International Airport. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=ecf8bcac1acda1d9f6

A computer scientist vents with fellow fliers over Twitter and learns to keep a paper backup for smartphone boarding passes. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i

9. Frequent Flier: An Executive Cries. Flying Can Do That to You.
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Maria Rodale, chief executive of Rodale Inc., was brought to tears by an arduous flight to Britain. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=69c919e77cf80f3e47d68102

The chief of Redscout prefers to avoid seatmate conversations; but a small, uninvited dog once got comfortable in his lap. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=8

...no intenzione di recarsi verso le coste più esclusive e glam delle coste italiane e francesi, quelle frequentate dal jet set internazionale. Le destinazioni al mare più rinomate in Ital...

Steven Pearlman is a plastic surgeon, and he doesn?t mind answering questions. When asked, ?What would you do to me?? he?s always honest. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com

13. Frequent Flier: Sensing the Wonder of Science, in Flight
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Ben Wiehe, manager of the Science Festival Alliance, said free pretzels on airplanes were more about crowd control than customer service. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com

14. Frequent Flier : Finding Purpose on a Trip to Vietnam
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Neal Bermas is founder of Streets International, a nonprofit group based in Hoi An, Vietnam, that teaches children culinary and hospitality skills. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

15. Frequent Flier: Finding Purpose on a Trip to Vietnam
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Neal Bermas is founder of Streets International, a nonprofit group based in Hoi An, Vietnam, that teaches children culinary and hospitality skills. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

16. Frequent Flier: Finding Purpose On a Trip to Vietnam
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Neal Bermas is founder of Streets International, a nonprofit group based in Hoi An, Vietnam, that teaches children culinary and hospitality skills. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

17. Frequent Flier: The Airport Indulgence: Bending Your Diet Rules
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Jeanniey Mullen, global executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Zinio, a digital publishing company, on how she travels. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/

18. Where ?Free? Costs a Lot
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Fees imposed by airlines can add hundreds of dollars to a ?free? frequent flier award ticket. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=4b85e04eec562f8d1a8a00bd67a366

19. Frequent Flier: Even James Bond Can Use Help Sometimes
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Coming to the rescue of a sleeping actor, and finding new ways to tell people that you would rather not trade seats. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=568

20. Frequent Flier: A Poetic Job That Invites Conversation
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
When David Kirby travels, his poetry career always intrigues his seatmates. Some wonder how he makes money. Others wax nostalgic about their undergrad days. ... Travel site." href="http:

Michael Bisceglia is president of Stauer.com, an online company that sells watches, jewelry and other items that take him traveling. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/clic

22. Frugal Traveler: Are Your Miles a Mess? Here's How to Put Them to Use
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Just thinking about it was enough to give me a headache ? though you could argue that?s no big deal, since I could probably gain miles buying aspirin, too. One little incident in February, though, mad

23. Frequent Flier: Held at the Gate, in the Service of Tequila
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Grover Sanschagrin is a founder and vice president of business development at PhotoShelter and founder of tastetequila.com, a tequila blog. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.c

24. Frequent Flier: Five-Time World Champion, and Struggling to Fit In
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
To Paul Wight, a performer with World Wrestling Entertainment, even first class is sometimes snug. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=4df4ae8940d1ef8adf738267a

25. In Transit: Airlines Offer Miles to Red Cross Donors
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
United and Continental Airlines are offering frequent flier miles to those who donate toward the Red Cross's relief efforts in Japan. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/cli

26. In Transit: In Prague, Three Photo-Driven Shows
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Prague's a picturesque place, with amateur shooters frequently snapping its cobblestoned streets and historic skyline. The city also appreciates fine photography -- it currently has three worthwhile e

27. Frequent Flier: A Pilot Happy to Be Paid in Cookies
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Joseph Howley, managing director of RBS Sempra Commodities in Stamford, Conn., volunteers his private plane to fly people requiring medical care. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nyt

28. Frequent Flier: Found Baggage Earns an Airline Clerk a Much Nicer Bag
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Rebecca Minkoff has her own handbag and apparel line, and looking good reflects the style in her business. So losing luggage is worse than usual. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nyt

Be ready for adventure, and maybe you?ll find true love, says Matt Goldberg, the chief executive of Lonely Planet, who travels plenty for business. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

30. On the Road: Rewards Program Irks Some Southwest Loyalists
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
The airline, which is trying to expand its business travel business, is introducing a new frequent-flier program that some say creates an elite status level. ... Travel site." href="http

31. Frequent Flier: Missions Abroad, and Odd Moments, That Bring a Smile
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Brian Mullaney, a co-founder of Smile Train, an international charity, says thinking of the children he is helping makes the weird travel experiences tolerable. ... Travel site." href="h

32. Frequent Flier: The Cobra Was O.K.; The Duck Tongue Not So Much
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Cultural delights and minefields characterize business travel for Gary Pomerantz, executive vice president of the international engineering firm WSP Flack & Kurtz. ... Travel site." href

33. In Transit: An Airport Program That Makes Traveling (Gasp!) Easier
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
...is making international travel more convenient. The verdict: if you travel abroad more than once a year, or frequent a particularly congested airport, enrollment in Global Entry is well worth your tim...

34. Frequent Flier: The Downside of Traveling With Stylish Jewelry
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Jewelry designers found that airport security personnel see a stylish necklace as a deadly weapon. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=66928555e47e772bb615173c1

Florence Hudson, who works in energy efficiency for I.B.M., has some ideas for conserving passengers? energy in airports. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=8a

Even friends of Berlusconi think his time is up, but the left is divided and frequently upstaged by a former fascist 'Some Democratic party members have been wondering why the former fascist Fini sou

Brian Diamond never set foot on a plane till he was almost 20. He has made up for it with a richness of experience flying in the developing world. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.ny

38. Turin, Italy: a cultural guide
(English news/topix)
...d collections of ancient Egyptian artefacts in the world Photo: CORBIS The Turin Shroud goes on show very infrequently. ... leggi tutto (read all) The displays at the Museo Egizio are a bit old-fash...

39. Practical Traveler: Swapping Frequent Flier Miles for Chocolate
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
To assuage mounting traveler frustration over the difficulty of booking frequent-flier tickets, airlines are offering members a cornucopia of goods that have little to do with flights. ... Trav

To assuage mounting traveler frustration over the difficulty of booking frequent-flier tickets, airlines are offering members a cornucopia of goods that have little to do with flights. ... Trav

41. Frequent Flier: Taking the Pepsi Franchise to an Ice-Cold Romania
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Aviad Meitar, chairman of Quadrant European Beverages, reminisces about the early days of pitching Pepsi in a joyless corner of the former Soviet bloc. ... Travel site." href="http://fee

42. Frequent Flier: Taking the Gospel of Pepsi to Romania
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Aviad Meitar, chairman of Quadrant European Beverages Limited, reminisces about the early days of pitching Pepsi in a joyless corner of the former Soviet bloc. ... Travel site." href="ht

43. Frequent Flier: Seatmate, the Problem Wasn?t the Tequila ...
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Armando Zapata, the national ambassador for Sauza Tequila, sees a need to re-educate people who had bad college experiences with his drink. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.c

44. Frequent Flier: In China, Beware of Alpha Cats in the Cargo Area
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Lois I. Boyd is senior vice president at Advantage Rent-a-Car, tells how she learned never to check luggage. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=9146b4fd0562a0a

45. Frequent Flier: Hazards of Flying: Low Fuel. Ice. Deer.
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Seth Sternberg is chief executive of Meebo in Mountain View, Calif. He is also a private pilot, but is highly alert to peril on commercial flights. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.n

46. Frequent Flier: An Airport Designer Is Sometimes Brought to Earth
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
William Hooper, an architect at Gensler who flies once a week, constantly faces travelers who have opinions about what he does for a living. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.

47. Frequent Flier: A Moment of Zen Before Taking Flight
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Lisa Welchman has found that most major airports have small, nondenominational prayer rooms where fliers can wind down before taking off. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com

48. Frequent Flier: Jittery News Anchors Aloft Smell News
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
Michael Clemente is senior vice president for news at Fox News. Previously he spent nearly three decades at ABC News. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=100192

49. Frequent Flier: Making Connections, and Celebrating, at 35,000 Feet
(English news/International Herald Tribune)
There isn?t a lot of glamour to business travel, but sometimes a trip can bring nice surprises while you?re still on the plane. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phd

A planned trip to Romania turned out to be right before a revolution. ... Travel site." href="http://feeds.nytimes.com/click.phdo?i=1ee36b3bebe2f63aa4f5f602faad98ec" target="_blank">legg

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