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Here is a selected list of events for 2006. For more information on an event, plug its name into your favorite search engine. All dates and events are subject to change, so check before going. February Ottawa: Winterlude, Feb. 3-19 (weekends). The...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterKNOWLEDGE is power for travel consumers, helping them save money and avoid hassles. If I were teaching a Travel 101 course this year, I'd draw up lesson plans for the following topics: 1. How to get a passport On Jan. 23, the U.S. government began...
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Special to The TimesCruise lines have their own character. Some, such as Disney, are geared to families with young children; others, such as Crystal, are more suited for couples. Here are general profiles of some major cruise lines. Per diems, listed after the line's name,...
Sun StaffIf the U.S. women's gymnastics team is looking for a mascot, they might consider the Six Million Dollar Man. Two key athletes were lost to injury and another was left hurting during the World Championships in Anaheim, Calif., last August. A makeshift...
Out of a swampy thicket, near the blue waters of Long Island Sound, 200 old men, women and children stepped into the bright sunshine and entered a new world. Hundreds of edgy soldiers, mustered from villages and farms across Connecticut, had finally...
Special to The SunIf there's one quality that best describes the southern Anne Arundel County town of Galesville, it's the low-key atmosphere that this village on the banks of the West River strives to maintain. Anyone headed to Galesville for the first time might...
Sun StaffForgive the local sailors who just made the U.S. Olympic team for not standing in the spotlight. After three years of hard work and with a full schedule of European competition ahead of them, Liz Filter of Stevensville and Nancy Haberland of Annapolis,...
Sun StaffCan't go to the Olympics? Go to Annapolis this week. From Sunday through June 12, 16 of the world's top 25 female sailors, including four heading to Athens, Greece, will be competing in the Women's Match Racing World Championship, a regatta formerly...
Sun StaffKevin Hall has done everything in his power to be an Olympian. The 34-year-old sailor from Bowie dominated the Finn class competition at the team trials in Florida in February. He and his wife have "burnt through our savings and run up as much debt as we...
Special to the TribuneThe euro has taken off and, along with the British pound, has put the U.S. dollar in the dust, at a time when many Americans were pushing Europe back to the top of their vacation plans. But there's a way to make your dollar a winner this year: Look at...
Special to the TribuneWhen it comes to sailing, maybe you fancy yourself a swashbuckler like Johnny Depp or a sybarite a la the film "Swept Away" (the 1975 original, not the Madonna remake). Whichever, there's a fleet for you. Sailing-ship vacation styles can range from yo-...
Special to The TimesIt's not often that one receives tickets for a luxurious, all-expenses-paid European cruise out of the blue. But that's what happened to me and my brother, Andrian. Our benefactor was Great-Aunt Norma. When she was young, she didn't have the money for...
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