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  • Romance, Movie Style

    Friday, Feb. 13, 2009

    Real-life romance can never be as good as it looks on-screen. Or can it? We've picked 10 of our favorite films d'amour as a guide to how and where you can turn your own relationship into something worthy of an Academy Award.

  • Love Your Partner? Send Him Away!

    Friday, Dec. 26, 2008

    Take advantage of the post-holiday bounty of hotel and airfare specials, and give your loved one the gift of travel. Here's how it worked for several couples.

  • Is It Healthy for Couples to Travel Apart?

    Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008

    Is choosing to travel without your partner the sign of a doomed relationship — or a healthy one?

  • Making It Work Long-Distance

    Friday, Nov. 28, 2008

    Long-distance relationships, or LDRs, get a bad rap, but there are still plenty of good things about them and ways to keep them alive

  • Getting It On in the Big Easy

    Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008

    There are few better places to rediscover the joys of sex than New Orleans.

  • One-Night Stands: A Rough Guide

    Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008

    Along with frequent-flyer miles and a passport packed with colorful stamps, almost every experienced globetrotter has at least one great story about a one-night stand in a foreign land.

  • The True Couple's Travel Test

    Thursday, Nov. 06, 2008

    The oft-married Zsa Zsa Gabor once said that you never really know a man until you've divorced him. I disagree. A better way to find out is to take him on holiday.

  • How to Get into the Mile-High Club

    Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008

    Whether it's the cute flight crew uniforms or the excitement of jetting off to a strange land, air travel has been associated with romance ever since man learned to fly

  • Can't Find Love at Home? Travel

    Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008

    Call it the thrill of the new or the out-of-towner glow, but a simple change in scenery can snap people out of their dry spells

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