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  • Skiing: the West's outstanding early-season conditions

    Skiing: the West's outstanding early-season conditions
    Powerful late-fall storms have dropped many feet of snow on mountains throughout the West, creating some of the best early-season skiing and snowboarding conditions in years. Despite the still-sluggish economy, resorts have spent millions of dollars on...
  • SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speakerphone clearly hands-free

    SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speakerphone clearly hands-free
    Name: SuperTooth HD What it is: A Bluetooth speakerphone with noise-cancellation technology, voice-activated features, two speakers with 5-watt audio output and a 5.4-watt amplifier for clear hands-free calls. SuperTooth HD is designed to keep your...
  • Make magical photos

    Make magical photos
    PowerSketch (Free; iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) What it is: Image filters and effects that easily make your travel photos and videos look like sketches. How it works: Tap the magic wand icon to choose from one of 12 effects or to choose no effect....
  • From video to good seats

    From video to good seats
    Viddy (free, iOS 4.2 or later) What it is: An app to capture, embellish and share short videos. It's the equivalent of video Twitter, but instead of a 140-character tweet, Viddy lets you share 15-second videos across your social network. How it works:...
  • Pulling for Central America amid change

    Pulling for Central America amid change
    People ask me where I go for a vacation. Europe is certainly my passion and the focus of my work, but Central America has long held a fascination for me. I took my first trip to the region (Nicaragua and El Salvador) in 1988, during El Salvador's civil...
  • Nothing like death to liven up a European tour

    Nothing like death to liven up a European tour
    If you're looking for the macabre side of Europe, skip the hokey rip-off "torture museums" and visit a cemetery — they're authentic, artsy and oozing with history. In honor of Halloween, here is a list of some of my favorites. Pere Lachaise...
  • Crowd control on a European cruise

    Crowd control on a European cruise
    Among European travelers, more and more people are cruising. Of course, in many ways cruising is anathema to the "back-door travel" philosophy that I've been preaching for 30 years. But I've learned it can be done thoughtfully and independently. This fall...
  • Storm wounds an old friend, the Cinque Terre

    Storm wounds an old friend, the Cinque Terre
    Thirty-two years ago, I met two American college girls while hitchhiking in Switzerland. They were studying in Florence, and I asked them their favorite place in Italy. They surprised me by naming a place I had never heard of before: the Cinque Terre....
  • British college towns won't leave you bored

    British college towns won't leave you bored
    Ever since the first homework was assigned at the University of Oxford in 1167, the stellar graduates of British universities have influenced Western civilization. But that doesn't mean that Britain's three oldest college towns are stodgy. Though you...
  • Old Berlin is history; this is a city reborn

    Old Berlin is history; this is a city reborn
    BERLIN — More than any other place in Europe, Berlin is a work in progress. Over the last two decades, ripped-up tracks and a canopy of cranes have signaled its rebirth as a great city. If you haven't been here lately, you won't recognize the place....
  • Beyond Cophenhagen lies fairy tale Denmark

    Beyond Cophenhagen lies fairy tale Denmark
    Copenhagen is a thriving metropolis and the main attraction in Denmark. But a trip here isn't complete without a swing through the cute Danish countryside. In less than two hours, you can time-travel from modern Copenhagen to a 10th-century Viking ship,...
  • Technology at ski resorts offers skiers info, images of day on slopes

    Technology at ski resorts offers skiers info, images of day on slopes
    The first rule of skiing: There are no friends on a powder day. Technology has infiltrated every corner of our lives, but really, the idea of tweeting my snow stashes is sacrilege. In the spirit of keeping up with the technology, however, I set aside...