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What really happened at that first dinner?

Nov 22, 2007
For Americans who want to know the real story behind what started Thanksgiving, Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Mass. recreates a Pilgrim village. And Steve Tripoli reports that business is making history.
Posted In: Education, Travel

The guru's guide to comfort

Nov 21, 2007
Just because you're stuck in coach doesn't mean you have to suffer. Tess asks Matt Daimler, the man behind SeatGuru, how to get the best seat in the house.
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Trade misery for miles

Nov 21, 2007
Frustrated when you can't find a non-stop flight? Some people actually seek out stopovers. Tess talks to Wired Magazine writer Dave Demerjian about the art of the "mileage run."
Posted In: Travel

Educating Rico: Lost in translation

Nov 21, 2007
Associate Producer Rico Gagliano is back with another installment of our series "Educating Rico." This time our hero takes a trip to the emergency room -- overseas.
Posted In: Travel

Vacation tip: Leave the laptop behind

Nov 21, 2007
Even when we go on vacation, we stay tethered to the office. Marketplace's Sam Eaton investigates why American workers have such a hard time cutting the cord.
Posted In: Jobs, Travel

A home away from home

Nov 21, 2007
Would you hand over your keys to complete strangers in order to stay in an exotic locale for free? Tess talks to house swappers about their travels.
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See the world on a shoestring

Nov 21, 2007
Is your desire to get away bigger than your vacation fund? Marketplace's Stephen Hoffman has tips for traveling the world on a budget.
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Airlines wing it through pilot shortage

Nov 21, 2007
With air travel continuing to expand, airlines are suffering from a shortage of pilots. Ashley Milne-Tyte looks into what the carriers are doing to get people into the cockpit.
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The distance we'll go for a good meal

Nov 21, 2007
Before Thanksgiving dinner is on the table, it usually travels many thousands of miles to be with you. Scott Jagow talks to Sarah Murray, author of "Moveable Feasts," about the economic impact of food.
Posted In: Books, Economy, Travel

Lots of holiday congestion

Nov 20, 2007
When you travel during the holiday season, packed airports are part of the experience. But for many air travelers the crunch begins before they even get inside the terminal. Lisa Napoli reports on what goes on in the parking lots.
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