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1. Arthur Frommers Budget Travel Magazine
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Asin: B00005QJDZ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Arthur Frommer Inc %a Genge
Sales Rank: 103
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars For every traveler
I just renewed my subscription to Budget Travel for two years.I have discovered a whole new world of affordable destinations.The articles give you the information you really need like the names of all the restaurants,hotels and transportation companies and the prices of everything.I also have appreciated the articles about places that most tourists aren't familiar with such as Flagler Beach FL.If you love to travel this magazine is a must!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Resource for Budget Travel
I save every issue of this magazine! It is an excellent source of budget information for both national and international travel. There are many great monthly articles from simple travel tips to ones that offer huge savings on worldwide destinations. Enjoy your travels for less...

4-0 out of 5 stars Bargain Traveling in the U.S and Around the World
Arthur Frommer is a giant among vacationing and traveling professionals and his magazine, Budget Travel, is a great place to look for bargain deals and general advice on the subject of travel. This publication is owned by the same people who bring Newsweek to the world and it is one of my favorite travel- related periodicals.

I have been reading this magazine for more than a year now. My favorite sections are "True Stories" (actual mishaps and funny occurrences that took place while traveling, sent in by readers), "Road Trip" (a 3 or 4 day automotive journey in some area of the U.S., complete with road map), and "40 Best" (a listing of 40 great travel deals from around the world, complete with pricing, phone numbers, and web sites for more information). Besides these regular departments, Budget Travel includes some good general articles (about 3 or 4 every month) that vary each month, about the subject of travel. These articles can cover anything from local culture to cost- cutting tips. And the places covered are varied from month to month. Sometimes, they are well- knonw destination. Other times, they are out of the way places that have something unique to offer.

One thing that is a little different with Budget Travel is the fact that it really does try to stress ways to save money on vacation. Unlike certain other travel magazines, this one doesn't waste the reader's time with pure fantasy by covering destinations that are incredibly costly and out of the reach of most people. It sticks to its mission and strives to bring you great deals and tips on travel.

One section of this magazine that I'm not too fond of is the "20 Tips"- a monthly department that provides miscellaneous bits of advice on travel, sent in by readers. There is no organization to this section and the tips include a mixture of both helpful and impractical advice. The problem with some of it is that it is so specific that the chances of anyone ever having the described situation actually occur is slim to none. Better organization (there is no order to this section at all- you have to skim for something useful) and more editing would improve this feature.

This magazine publication comes out ten times per year (the December/January and July/August issues are combined into one) and it carries a low subscription price. It's the type of magazine that easily pays for itself many times over with its timely advice and tips on stretching your vacation dollar.

5-0 out of 5 stars Budgeting everwhere, living better than ever!
I was having the blahs in life. So a friend introduced me to the Artists Way (because I couldn't afford a seminar on bettering my life) Well, that was amazing, it woke me up. Taught me that everyday was something to experience. So I started to fill it up. Here comes the Magazine, it gives us so many creative get-a-ways. Travel doesn't have to be so rigid and expensive. I even started singing. Bought singing lesson Cds on this Site they were awesome Voice Lessons To Go by Vaccarino (can't begin to afford a private teacher). We went to Austria on a great deal from Budget Travel and I sang "the hills are alive" from The Sound of Music- none of the Austrians knew that tune.- I'm serious!

4-0 out of 5 stars The '40 Best' Rules
'Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel' is a good magazine, with one absolute standout feature: the '40 Best' bargain vacations area. Every issue has great tips for the 40 best values for different vacations in different regions. Although I have never actually taken any of these vacations exactly as listed, I have on several occasions found them useful as a starting point for planning a trip.

The remainder of the magazine is fairly standard, and I think a bit repetitive. Occasionally I find useful tips in the '20 Tips' section, but more often than not the tips are so specific as to be fairly useless, along the lines of 'Did you know that on alternating Saturdays of months beginning with the letter "M" between the hours of 2:10 PM and 2:48 PM, the London Zoo gives out three free bamboo shoots to feed the pandas to the first seven people who ask?.' That is an obvious exaggeration, but not by much. I find the travel articles in general well written, but a bit repetitive (how many times can we hear about Paris or London?) and not terribly informative.

My biggest objection is to the editorial tone in the magazine: I am all in favor of a bargain, but some of the wheedling and whining makes me want to say "Enough. This guy has to earn a living, too." For instance, the editors regularly complain about high airfares, but a few months ago ran an editorial piece that wanted to boycott airlines that ran ads at the beginning of the inflight entertainment videos. I guess that they would rather the airlines not accept that money from corporate accounts, and instead have higher ticket prices? My point is this: you can't have it both ways, so stop trying. When you get a great deal on airfare, hotels, or rental cars, great, but know when to stop. Otherwise you start to look greedy.

Four stars overall: the '40 Best' is one of the best features in any travel magazine, period. One point reduction for somewhat repetitive features and editorial tone. Great job overall: go to some new places and you will be up to five stars. ... Read more


2. National Geographic Traveler
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Asin: B00005Q7DM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: National Geographic Society
Sales Rank: 41
Average Customer Review: 4.88 out of 5 stars
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Focuses on travel, mainly within the United States and Canada.
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5-0 out of 5 stars You've Been Here? Great!! Now Go THERE!!!
I must confess: I'm a magazine fanatic. Nothing makes a good afternoon or evening great than a cozy chair, a tall glass of liquid refreshment (choose your own!) and a great mag for some nice, relaxing reading. Well, National Geographic Traveler is large enough (100 pages plus) and intelligent enough (I like a periodical that respects the fact that I've got a brain) to appeal to the most literate would-be traveler. In an age where (almost) all periodicals (both rags and mags) are most noteworthy for their shrinking size and growing advertisement content, the Traveler is a welcome breath of fresh air, free of overt bias (why do so many publications these days seem to be lecturing me?) and absolutely crammed with fabulous photos, wonderful articles, and fantastic where-to-go-and-what-to-see-when-you-get-there resources. The mix is approximately 60-40 domestic/foreign destinations, and they have a very appealing approach to take you to cities and places that they believe are the TRUE heart of the state/country they visit. Examples: In the current issue (July/August 2004: Yes, there are only eight issues a year, but trust me, the quality is worth the wait!), foreign points of interest include Thessaloniki, Greece, instead of Athens, and Ghent, Belgium, instead of Brussels. (Don't worry: they don't always bypass the largest cities. The cover story is a first-rate piece on Sydney, Australia.) All this, plus a five-part, five-issue travelogue which covers America's midsection, and a beautifully-written ode to Maryland's Eastern Shore, will have you scurrying to your computer eager to book flights! Subscribe to National Geographic Traveler today. It will truly want to make you go THERE (off the beaten path) as well as HERE (the touristy places.)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Fabulous Travel Resource
This is a wonderful magazine, and I look forward to the next one just as soon as I am done with the one I am reading. I like this magazine because it is about going to unique and beautiful places and seeing special sights. There are no articles like 'Where to Find the Best Martinis in West Palm Beach', or fluff like that. This magazine deals with the substance of truly unique domestic and international travel experiences.

Before a trip to Iceland last summer, I studied a couple of issues with information on Iceland, and found the advice to be amazingly useful, practical, and accurate. That is just the latest of many times that I have used the information in this wonderful magazine to plan and execute vacations.

Of course not everything or every destination appeals to me, but I can say, without reservation, that every single volume has something of great interest to me. I end up keeping most of these (which is very unusual for me), but only after reading and re-reading them several times!

If you are interested in unique travels, this magazine is a must read!

5-0 out of 5 stars 8 issues in a year? what happend to my other 4 issues? ; -)
i once read several issues at my doctor's office. i was drawn to its high quality photos. does anyone know why there are only 8 issues in a year? thanks.

4-0 out of 5 stars Amazing, but...
This is a great magazine. Informative, insightful, and all the rest. My parents have subscribed for years. When I was last home I read a few issues. I must admit, I'm hooked. I plan to start a subscription very soon. However...

Much of the content of the issues I read is devoted to cities in the United States. I don't mind this (as a non-American) since I love travelling to the U.S.; however, this magazine is wholeheartedly written BY Americans FOR Americans. I love travelling to the U.S., don't get me wrong, but there is an unequivocal bias amongst the pages of this Mag. The articles (all of them) are GREAT! Not to mention the photography! Wow! But if you want a travel magazine that devotes equal content to many countries, this isn't the one for you. I asked my family what they thought, having subscribed for many years: we all agree, if required to guess, 60% of the articles are about American cities, the remaining 40% to global destinations. Just what we feel. Again, a great mag.
~Andrew

5-0 out of 5 stars Informative and Enjoyable
My husband and I look forward to receiving this magazine
every month. The travel reviews are excellent and there
are so many good tips that I never would have thought of on
my own. This is a great magazine for those of you that love
to travel, or who would love to travel more. ... Read more


3. Conde Nast Traveler
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Asin: B00005N7PG
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 61
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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As the title implies, Traveller offers more than just articles and advice on vacation planning. Beyond resort and hotel reports, its insightful, thorough, and informative features delve into regional culture, transportation, and cuisine, serving those who are as interested in actually experiencing another part of the world as they are in escaping their own. Traveller also offers pragmatic articles on the perils of visiting foreign countries, such as car insurance (or the lack thereof), medical care, and crimes such as pickpocketing. Other features pinpoint charming diversions--a roadside dried-coconut vendor on Maui's Hana Highway, Seattle's surrealExperience Music Project museum, the latest boutique hotel in Miami's South Beach, or a tiny crêpe shop in Paris. The focus is on more opulent destinations--those looking to do London on $15 a day should look elsewhere. But whether you'll travel by mountain bike, Sherpa guide, or Learjet, and whether you're on a lengthy sojourn or a weekend spa getaway, Traveller inspires a voyager's dreams. --Beth Massa ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Upscale Traveling - Informative
I'm a consummate world traveler but have to be budget minded. This magazine seems more tailored for the wealthier travelers of the world and doesn't necessarily suit my needs. However, I understand this and still get the magazine for the following reasons: beautiful photos, interesting world stories, great ideas on travel, great itineraries, and it looks great on my coffee table!

I wish there were more articles as I often wade through more advertisements than I care for, but I also understand this is how they make their money. Still, this is enough coupled with the higher scale clientele that stops me from giving it a full 5 stars.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Overall Travel Magazine I Have Found
I think that in terms of overall content presented, 'Conde Nast Traveler' is the best travel magazine currently on the market. Some other reviewers have raised some valid points concerning article length, and bias toward upscale properties. I think that there are other magazines that might be more suitable for others, including 'Budget Travel' and 'National Geographic Traveler', both of which I also subscribe to and enjoy, though they both have their limitations and issues as well.

So what sets 'Conde Nast' apart? I think it is the willingness to find new and exciting vacation destinations that are still reasonable enough to get to as to make them worthwhile to a large audience. Some of the more exotic magazines have great articles on hiking in Tibet and the like, but how many people are really able to do that (or can afford to do it?) My point is that although it is by no means perfect, I think the editors and writers do consciously strike a balance between the too mundane and too exotic (and expensive) and attempt to focus the majority of the magazine in that area.

This is just too good of a magazine to pass up. The 'Deals of the Month' section alone justifies the price. Of all the travel magazines I read on a monthly basis (currently four) 'Conde Nast Traveler' is my favorite and I highly recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars used to be...
I used to love this magazine. It still has some excellent articles, but it is true that there are way too many filler issues now with top 100 lists of things I have no interest in (resort hotels, spas, expensive travel agents). However, on the flip side, it never talks down to the reader - the audience is assumed to be well travelled and somewhat sophisticated - which I appreciate. I checked out Nat Geographic Traveller hoping it would be like the CN Traveller of old, but although it has nicer photography (with few gratuitously scantily clad female shots), it seemed much more mainstream - like I had already done many of the "dream trips" befor I hit my 30s and the information also seemed much shallower. I like Geo, but I struggle through the French and it's a lot more expensive.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very little substance
When I subscribed to this magazine, I was already receiving National Geographic Traveller. I was helping with a fundraiser, but I mainly wanted to see if it was as good or better travel magazine than others I've seen.

Well, it was definitly thicker than N.G.Traveller, but that was because the majority of it was crammed with advertisements. The articles that it did have were typically short, and would often have more to do with fashion than travel. I was hoping for travel-related stories and photos, but instead I could hardly turn a page without seeing scantily clad women, as if that was the appeal of the destinations being written about. In one issue, the main story was supposed to be about ski resorts, but it actually focused on a particular woman's clothing brands, and just contained photos of her wearing a bikini in the snow.

I wouldn't consider myself sophisticated, but I would much rather read a magazine that is more informative and entertaining, with content more related to travel. I'm tired of reading lists of the top 100 hotels, resorts, cruises, or whatever, and do not enjoy having to search to find actual articles. If you don't mind spending your money to read advertisements, than go ahead and subscribe. I'll stick with National Geographic Traveler.

2-0 out of 5 stars In the minority
I had a subscription to this magazine years ago and let it laspe. I recently picked it up again and I will not be renewing it. The magazine is obviously geared toward folks that like their information in the highly abbreviated form.

Articles are usually extremely short and not very informative in my opinion. Less than one page is not unusual. Sometimes I have a hard time telling if soemthing is an article or an advertisement.

I wish I could recommend another, better travel magazine, but I just haven't found one.

Since I'm obviously not in the main stream on this one, I'd suggest that you buy a couple of copies off the newstand before making the commitment to a year or more subscription. ... Read more


4. National Geographic Adventure
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Publisher: National Geographic Society
Sales Rank: 109
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the price of admission...
This is probably one of the best magazines that you can subscribe to if you love any or all of the following: traveling, adventure, the outdoors, travel journals, great pictures of fantastic scenery or reading about any of the above. I have subscribed to this magazine for a while and there's never an issue that arrives in my mailbox in which I don't find at least one full article and two shorter articles that are enjoyable to read as well as informative. This magazine has inspired me to be even more adventurous on my next journey, whether it be domestic or international. But until, then, I can enjoy exciting travels vicariously through the authors of this publication. Kudos to National Geographic for really filling a void that "Outside" or "Backpacker" seem to leave.

5-0 out of 5 stars National Geographic Adventure
I don't know what the person was thinking who reviewed this magazine (Jan 2004) and said he had cancelled his subscription of 15 years. This magazine only first began publication a few years ago. I have every issue and have loved and read every one. Adventure is the best of the National Geographic publications and is for those who are young or at least young at heart. Some of the articles are a bit sassy -- but just enough to make them fun!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not what it used to be.
I have just cancelled my subscription to National Geographic Magazine after 15 years of membership. Regrettably the magazine has lost its former lustre and has become too americanized and too focussed upon 911 and the two wars in the middle east. I need a magazine that is truely worldly in scope and covers nature and cultural diversity. My search led me to three candidates: Geo Magazine - good but not available in english; Geographical - british, good but a little shallow; and finally I settled upon CNN Traveller - an excellent magazine to which I am now subscribed and is all and more than what National Geographic used to be. I just wish more publishers would give National Geographic some competition.

Paul

5-0 out of 5 stars Must read for the experienced or wanna-be adventure traveler
Biking, skiing, running, canoeing, hiking, kayaking: you name it it has you covered. Great tips and ideas for your first or next adventure vacation to any corner of the globe. If you are serious about or seriously considering getting out of the house and living life, this magazine is a must read! All this and a great price too.

4-0 out of 5 stars I travel as much as I would like so.....
I travel vicariously through National Geographic Adventure. A great magazine to sit, read and dream of an adventure. ... Read more


5. Outside
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Asin: B00005N7S2
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Publisher: Mariah Publications
Sales Rank: 71
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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For active young adults who enjoy contemporary outdoor sports, science, travel & wildlife & are concerned with the use of the environment & other natural resources.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Outside is awesome
Outside is a great magazine, including beautiful photography, fascinating articles, a good dose of enviro-activism, and heavy on gear reviews. (Purists, take note--this magazine loves outdoor gear.)

Frequent articles on extreme sports and travel, and occasionally includes stunning articles that no one else will cover (for instance, the article awhile back on the ongoing mountain war between India and Pakistan).

5-0 out of 5 stars Reading can be an outdoor adventure
I usually don't subscribe to magazines. Specially in these days, when the Internet can give you a lot of information just searching in Google. However, this magazine is terrific and I will renew my subscription for many years to come.

It has very entertaining articles for the adventurer. Its scope is really wide (Cycling, Sailing, Mointanieering, Water and Snow skiing, Rock Climbing, Trecking, Off-Road Motorcycles, Surfing, Fitness...) so it is very probable that if you practice an outdoor sport or just like a particular type of adventure, you will get a nice article to read that matches your interest. It is for everybody!.

One of the things I really enjoy about this magazine, is all the gearing and high tech equipment they show (and I can't buy). They review GPSs, give you tips on the best beach gear, or even compare different types of binoculars. It is great to have some info, what is wrong with technology for the outdoor life?.

One Suggestion to the editors: More articles oriented to the outdoor adventure of the readers, not just the writer. The majority of the articles, tell you stories about wonderfull trips and journeys from the perspective of the adventurer/author. However, they don't give many guidelines, directions for newbies, or people interested on doing that.

3-0 out of 5 stars For that rare person or the wannabe out there
Outside Magazine's demographic is either for the athlete/mt climber/backpacker beautiful person who has the time and money to pursue full time sports/climbing etc. OR for the wannabe who wants to see what those folks are doing. It is handy if you're looking for a piece of equipment or want to read about an adventure. After reading the articles though if you're the typical camping/outdoor/average type who works 40 hours a week and makes an average amount of money....a great feeling of inadequacy can come over you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Get out there!
First hand accounts of real adventures. Climb Everest. Invade Baghdad. Fly over remote regions of Alaska. Hike, paddle, run for your life! This magazine tells you all about what the great outdoors has to offer.

3-0 out of 5 stars An Outdoor Magazine for the Armchair SUV Set
There is some very good writing to be found in Outdoor- Randy Wayne White and John Krakauer come immediately to mind. Excellent reading for the armchair traveller. The bulk of the magazine, however, is an extended advertisement for high-tech outdoors gear, punctuated by ads for SUVs the size of earthmoving equipment that every true outdoorsman or woman needs.

Outdoors is rather like the numerous amateur photography magazines that obsess about equipment and yet have very little to say about the aestheic of art. When I think of my favorite outdoor adventures I don't think about the equipment I used, or the many and wonderful modern conveniences I brought along. Instead I think of just being in a quiet place, away from flashing and beeping electronics that fill my workday. ... Read more


6. Coastal Living
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Publisher: Southern Progress
Sales Rank: 553
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7. Travel + Leisure
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Asin: B00005NIP7
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Publisher: American Express Publishing Corp.
Sales Rank: 926
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Feature articles on travel destinations worldwide, notices of exciting events, restaurant and hotel profiles, regional articles, recommendations and weather for leisure travelers worldwide.
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1-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Out of Focus Photography
Travel & Leisure was once the best travel magazine. Now I rate it the worst. Endlessly trendy, hopelessly chic. It's fru-fru. My biggest complaint is the photography. Seems the editors have told their photographers to shoot only over-exposed, overly white fuzzy photos. And there is this irritating penchance for illustrating their articles with full page photos of local inhabitants. DUH! Thum through any issue at the newstand and see what I mean. Try "Conde Nast Traveler" instead.

2-0 out of 5 stars For the $250,000+ a year club
Travel magazines have never catered to the common man, instead preferring the rarified air found around those living in million dollar homes and driving Porsches with model numbers we've never heard of before. "Travel + Leisure" is no exception to this rule.

One would think that the editors would have toned down the chic and trendy during the economic downturn, but instead they seem to have ratcheted up the lust level another notch. A quick scan of the price tags attached to the luxuries described within "T+L's" pages will find most of the recommendations to be out of reach of mortal men. And don't get me going on the ads, either.

This is not to say that "T+L" is a bad magazine. If your idea of a family vacation is Monte Carlo, then it works beautifully. It does a wonderful job making people's mouths water over what is offered out there in the big, beautiful world. But if your idea of a getaway is Gatlinburg, you'll get nothing but a case of envy reading this magazine.

As for the actual content of the magazine, it suffers from "USA Today" syndrome: limited, perfunctory articles. The content resembles nothing more than a hodgepodge of tidbits. Many magazines today have this problem, though. Blame it on short attention spans. Or possibly that the world is a big place and too much specificity on one location would make the mag less useful for a broad audience. But with the demographic of "T+L", I think the target audience would appreciate knowing more.

"T+L" certainly has some plusses, with the best being the photography. This is a handsome magazine. But it is a "B-level" handsome and not an "A". There are more elite magazines that look even better.

In the long run, though, the negatives outweigh the positives. One of my biggest beefs with "T+L" is the sheer onslaught of ads. A random flip through its pages will almost always land you on an ad rather than actual useful content. Given that ad revenue at magazines is down, I guess a plethora of ads is a sign of the magazine's health, but still. Don't we buy magazines to read articles that are useful?

As far as competition, Conde Nast's "Traveler" comes to mind. Having read the two, I think I might lean toward "Traveler" as the superior magazine. My admittedly faulty memory has me remembering that it has a tad more depth in its articles and a higher "signal to noise ratio" of content to ads than "T+L".

If you are a daydreamer, get "T+L" simply for the "what-if" possibilities. But if you are like me, save the money you would have spent on "T+L" and use it to get away for a couple days with the Mrs. to a nice, local B&B once in a while.

3-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, but...
T&L is a visually appealing travel mag, but they seem to be slipping on the editorial side lately. I'm always enticed at the newstand to pick it up and flip through, but I find myself buying less and less these days, because there isn't as much substance behind it as there used to be.

The rare times that I do buy is when there's an article about an area that I'm about to go to, or want to go to. Even in these cases, I find that some research online, augmented by CN Traveler, does the job much more efficiently. Don't get me wrong; I still *like* T&L; it's just that most of the value I get from it can be much more effectively accessed on their Web site, under 'destinations.'

If you want a useful travel magazine, try CN Traveler. If you want eye candy for travel, I'd suggest something like Wallpaper (alas, they've somewhat fallen off the pedestal as well, but that's a different review...).

4-0 out of 5 stars for travelers who value creature comforts
Several years ago I had a job where I traveled a lot for work. This experience made me choosy about where I stayed, and what I did with myself when I was away from home on weekends. It was at this time that I began reading Travel and Leisure; I've read it ever since.

Travel and Leisure is unapologetic about writing for people who want to be pampered when they are on vacation. It inspires readers with pretty pictures, and promises paradise to those with money to spend and time to plan. This is not a magazine for those who prefer youth hostels. It is not for people whose goal is "adventure travel." Travel and Leisure is for people who want to relax, to be pampered, and to be charmed when they are on vacation from their otherwise hectic lives. What if you don't have time to take that vacation? Well then Travel and Leisure is precisely the magazine you should read to help you imagine what that trip would have been like. ... Read more


8. Where To Retire
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Vacation Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 432
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Somehow, this was not particularly good
I was hoping for more in-depth articles than what I got here. The towns listed were mostly resort-types, and there was far less on living in regular places where one might retire and live on a fixed income. I think I expected more from "Where to Retire" than I got out of my subscription, so I didn't renew. ... Read more


9. Robb Report
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Publisher: Curtco Robb Media Llc
Sales Rank: 436
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Where the rich meet the beautiful
Robb Report focuses on the wealthy, the beautiful, and their deepest desires. Fast cars, fashionistas, fun, frolic, frivolity, and freedom.....that is how the rich stand apart from the ordinary.

Where else can a single, affluent man meet a beautiful, healthy, educated, and vibrant woman but at 4M Club---www.4mclub.com.

The Robb Report will take you on a fascinating journey of love, lust, envy, desire, sumptuous trinkets and travels only the truly fortunate possess.

Obsession, possession. But no recession for this lucky crowd.

The Robb Report is the lap of luxury, the creme de' la creme, the 'ver' in Vercaci.......don't walk, but run, to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of this truly decadent magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars classy and a must have for any conessouir
Robb Report covers everything a gentleman could ever want or imagine. I have purchased over a dozen vehicles out of Robb Report magazine and have never been disappointed. Thanks Robb Report

5-0 out of 5 stars Luxury Redefined
I have been an avid reader of Robb Report for well over 15 years, and I will continue to do so "til Death do us part". The affluent lifestyle is well represented in this publication, the proverbial "American Dream". From the reviews of the finest automobiles to the showcasing of the most exquisite pieces of jewelry the world has to offer, Robb Report has everything for the most discriminating shopper.
If you can truly appreciate the finer things in life that money CAN buy, Robb Report is THE magazine for you, bar none.

5-0 out of 5 stars Robb Reports KEEPS you in the KNOW
I lucked up discovering the Robb Report about three years ago. A great read on an airlines- I have had other passenger 'remove' it while I was out of my seat. Each issue since then has been a jewel and a treasure. The writers, photographers and editors create onoverwhelming sensory-overload for aspiring blue-bloods like myself. The vehicles, not limited to cars, vacation sites, and informative articles will keep you coming back month after month. Not to mention the Year-End Christmas Guide- a mammoth issue with gift and gadgets that will bring you to your knees. This issue alone is WORTH the subscription price. Dont miss out on another issue- grab one at the newstand or subscribe and you too will be hooked for life, hoping- praying for money to afford some of those great toys!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Luxe Life in magazine form.
There are a lot of magazines out there proclaiming themselves about the good life - well, at least the material and fun toys that can go with the good life but only the Robb Report is the real thing. A lot of the luxe lifestyle mags seem to be started by people hoping they'll get to drive Ferraris for free or so they get to hire models in bikinis to sit on a $150k pool table.

The Robb Report seems to be written by people with a geniune understanding, knowledge and interest in their subjects of coverage whether it's Ferrari's, Italian luxury yachts, the best rideshare jet or an interesting $4M vacation home - they know the history and understanding the lightweights from the authentic. They actually know their stuff and don't just write regurgitated press releases.

With a lot of fakes and poseurs out there, The Robb Report is the real thing. Solid writing, excellent photographs and even the ads are fun to look at. Whether you live this life or aspire to it, the Robb Report is the real beluga ... ... Read more


10. Islands
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Publisher: Islands Media Corp
Sales Rank: 415
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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"Destinations, Adventures, Dreams" promises the masthead, and this magazine delivers. Unlike many other travel magazines that are really general lifestyle publications, Islands focuses entirely on islands--as vacation destinations and as cultures. Packed with information helpful for planning a vacation, this magazine helps make the dream a reality, spotlighting a wide variety of price points and destinations. While giving great attention to tropical climates, contributors also visit temperate locations. Stories are written with a personal touch--personal experiences intermingle with details on the location, including social, economic, and political dimensions. Vivid photographs and maps give the reader a better sense of the locations (and a desire to visit immediately!). Advertisements pertain directly to vacation planning, including rentals, resorts, and airfares. Subscribe for the dream of the island getaway, but be careful--you may just find yourself booking it. --Elizabeth Bowker ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Great photos. But that's all, folks!
The photography is fantastic. I love the shots of tropical islands, clear blue sky, soft white sands, palm trees, and crystal ocean water. Basically, paradise on display. Period. Unfortunately, everything else about the magazine is disappointing: The articles are junk, usually full of random babble which provides no real insight into searching, planning and executing a vacation. The advertising is marginally better, but the options are all limited. I can (and do) get more useful information from my travel agent, discount travel magazines & brochures, word-of-mouth, and the internet.

I thought this magazine would be a great "virtual" vacation every time it arrived in the mail. The problem was that it only lasted about 15 minutes, the amount of time it took to read through the entire mag. The one claim to fame, however, for Islands magazine is that it introduced me to my honeymoon destination, the South Pacific, many years ago. Even with this, though, the most useful information was found on the internet.

For about $15/year, this isn't a bad deal. But, if anyone knows of a magazine with Islands' photo quality, and useful articles, please post.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of a few great magazines to cover Hawaii
Islands is gorgeous. The photography is amazing and that's so much of what the subject matter requires. I am a longtime subscriber and am never disappointed. If you are interested in the same level of quality but with a focus on Hawaii - look at Zento Magazine - ASIN Number: B0000ABGD0. An amazing magazine devoted to creating transformational experiences for visitors to Hawaii..

4-0 out of 5 stars Enticing Photography
Islands Magazine is a must for the travel lover. Each issue features stunning photography, articles from people who have visited various world islands, and advertisements on popular travel destinations around the globe.

The articles covered in this magazine usually focus on popular islands for travelers, like the Caribbean, South Pacific Islands, Hawaii, etc. But on occassion, the magazine features other islands, too, including those that are not as popular as tourist destinations like the Balearic Islands, Ceylon, Madagascar, and others.

There are LOTS of advertisements in this magazine, and that might not sit well with some readers who prefer more articles and less selling. But the ads are helpful to the reader because they often include bargain prices. There are also classified ads from other readers who have island vacation property to rent.

If you like to travel and you love water, then Islands magazine is a great publication to read. The photography alone makes it worth while. It will tempt you to head to the nearest travel agency and book your tropical beach vacation asap!

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Visions of Paradise....
This is the only magazine I subscribe to - I love it because it has wonderful timeless images of places and people which simply exude calm, chill, beach bum latitude attitudes. There's little cultural or political commentary here; these destinations are described and presented simply as perfectionist's paradise - which may not be reality, but it makes me want to hop on a plane and go. Photography is top notch and there is a section at the end of every issue giving travel details for each island described (including local costs, times, and places to stay and eat.

4-0 out of 5 stars the great escape
I'm a canadian girl (picture snow-filled childhood) currently living in Seattle (picture gloomy, dark, rain filled days --10 months of the year). Until 3 years ago, my husband and I were living in the virgin islands, and before that, I spent several years in Trinidad. Imagine my sunshine withdrawl. Sometimes I think we truly must be crazy to have left. This magazine is a regular fixture in our bathroom, and I practically stalk the mail man, waiting for it's arrival each month. While I can't afford a real tropical vacation every time I need one, Islands gives me a great quick-fix, allowing me a glimpe of the island life I dream of one day returning to. With stunning photography and wonderfully written island profiles covering every corner of the globe, this is the best subscription I've ever ordered. I'm hooked for life. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was because there are (in my econo-travelers opinion) too many advertisements for high-priced resorts. ... Read more


11. Caribbean Travel And Life
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: World Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 359
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Read it slowly...
I try to read this magazine slowly, allowing myself to dream I am on the trip with the writers. The magazine has something for everyone, whether you want an adventure or budget or luxury, the tips and even the ads are helpful in planning a Caribbean vacation just right for you. ... Read more


12. Town & Country Travel
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Publisher: Hearst Magazines
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13. Cruise Travel
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Publisher: Century Publishing Company
Sales Rank: 323
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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The exciting and romantic world of cruise ship vacations. Features include ship of the month, port of the month, etc. other coverage helps readers with planning, dress codes, shore excursions and shopping.
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Cruise Magazine I Have Seen
'Cruise Travel' is the best cruise magazine that I have seen, and though a fairly thin magazine, is packed with great useful information. I particularly enjoy the Cruise of the Month, Port of the Month, and especially the Ship of the Month features. They also have monthly news updates, and letters to the editor that are normally well selected to give diverse viewpoints, and have frequently brought up issues I had never considered. The number of ads is very reasonable, and they all relate to the subject matter and are therefore not objectionable, like in some other publications I have seen.

I appreciate the attempt to cover all bases and levels of cruising, from the biggest suites on the 'Queen Mary 2' to any party on the sea by Carnival. I am a devoted Celebrity customer, and find the reporting on Celebrity to be spot-on accurate, so I am assuming that it is with other lines that I am not familiar with, too. I especially enjoyed the recent June 2004 issue in which Celebrity's beautiful 'Summit' graced the cover as Ship of the Month.

This magazine is a great resource for anyone considering a cruise, from a first timer to an experienced cruiser. I highly recommend 'Cruise Travel'.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Cruise Travel Magazine
If you're looking for information on cruising, this magazine is the place to go.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cruise Travel Magazine - very positive review
Both myself and my partner have been reading Cruise Travel Magazine for many years (for most of it's publication) and have always found it very informative. My partner was a travel agent for a good number of years and would reccommend it to his clients who wanted more information about tre cruises or the ships they were interested in taking.

When we took a cruise together, the reviewers for our cruise were on our ship and did an excellent job, highlighting the positives and appropiatly commenting on the few problems we encountered. It just helped to show that the staff were not "bought" by the cruise lines to be paid advertising. I only wish we had known the reviwers were on board; I would have liked to talk with them - we did not know until that issue came out.

In conclusion, the reviews, photograghs and diagrams are very inclusive and help make this an enjoyable and informative magazine. I highly recommend it for any one interested in cruise ships and cruising.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cruisin' IS the ONLY way to travel!!
After 5 cruises in four years, I can say that this magazine is very informative. It's user friendly, the articles are entertaining and educational, and the pictures are glorious. Lots of ads, all pertinent to discounted cruises. A new ship is reviewed each issue and and readers are encouraged to critique ships they've sailed. Every so often the magazine runs an article detailing the histories of many ships now gone from service or sailing under different flags/names. For those of us who have discovered cruising to be the best value for our vacation dollar, this magazine is perfect. For those of you not quite sure, this may be just what you need to begin a long-remembered vacation. Dare to dream!

4-0 out of 5 stars Cruise Travel for Beginners and Experts
I have been subscribing to this magazine for the last nine years, since taking my first cruise 10 years ago. Although a small publication that is published every two months or so, it is full of information. My only complaint is the abundance of ads, but at least they are travel/cruise related, and do feature some great deals with cruise only agents. The one thing Cruise Travel stresses is that cruising is not for the rich set anymore. Each issue has a port of the month -- which might be in the Caribbean or Alaska, Australia, Africa, the Far East or Europe (cruise lines go EVERYWHERE these days). They review a new ship in detail, from cabin size to what one will find on-board. They always feature a ship of the month -- which might be the latest Carnival monstrosity or some ship of more elegance. Their letters to the Editor section is always worth a look, as you see messages from the most experienced to young people in their teens finding a love of cruise ships. Some of the writers are a tad pretentious, wanting cruising to return to the days of the Queen Mary or Mauretania. Others are middle of the road (like myself). Some love what Carnival offers. Most of all, the magazine encourages everyone to find a love of cruise ships and traveling this way. It's a great little magazine I highly recommend, especially if you're just discovering cruising...or just want to daydream. ... Read more


14. Trailer Life
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Asin: B00006I50D
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: TL Enterprises Inc.
Sales Rank: 272
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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For owners of travel trailers, campers & motor homes; contains travel information, test reports & club news.
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2-0 out of 5 stars Ho-hum
I have to agree mostly with the reader from Greeley. Trailer Life is a fine magazine if you like reading about the latest big RVs and trucks.

But the destination articles are dull, the departments are oriented to guys who like talking about GVWR and transmissions, and the ads are unbelievable!

It's hard to find the content among all the ads. If the reviewers below took a pair of scissors to their last issue and cut out all the ads, they'd find themselves holding a total of maybe 20 pages out of the 100+ in each issue. You get what you pay for ... in this case, mostly ads.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth the Time to Check Out This Magazine
Having been an RVer since childhood, I find Trailer Life extremely helpful. My husband and I are carrying on the tradition that my family started when I was young - we own an RV and have traveled over 4,000 miles in one trip with a trailer. I don't find the advertisements annoying - as with any magazine, they are needed to help finance the magazine. If you are a REAL RVer, you will find the information in the advertisements helpful. As far as the feature story highlighting the tow vehicle more than the towed vehicle, this is simply not always true. Also, the feature stories from month to month show trailers of all sizes and all price ranges. One month may highlight an expensive motor home; however, the next month may highlight a much less expensive pop-up trailer. There may not be but one trailer or tow vehicle of interest highlighted each year, but it is always interesting to read about all that's out there. I must disagree with the Greeley, CO reader again -this is not a Keep-Up-With-the-Jones' magazine. Trailer Life exists to keep readers informed, not ahead of everyone else!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful magazine
I've been reading Trailer Life for three years and can't wait to get each new issue. I really enjoy the articles about places to visit, and the articles about new equipment, new tow vehicles and new travel trailers. I also enjoy reading the advertisements to gain new information and check out new gear and techniques. The upfront letters to the editor section is always very entertaining, and I like the section on dealing with repair problems. Lots of good information in this magazine for all categories of RV travelers. The other review of this magazine by a disgruntled reader in Colorado is indeed unfortunate. I dismissed it as someone with an axe to grind. For my money this is the best magazine for travel trailering available. Andy in Virginia.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for the "average" Rv'ing family!
Two years ago when my husband and I were interested in buying our first trailer, we came upon this magazine. I bought a couple issues thinking it would be nice to have a magazine "geared" toward young families, RVing, and camping in general. I was extremely dissappointed!

This magazine, first of all, is mostly advertisements. Secondly, they give more article space to the tow vehicle on the cover than the trailer! As most people who want to read this type of magazine have older trailers, or like us, ended up buying used because of price, it would be nice if the magazine had more for us.

Trailer Life is a "Keep-up-with-the-Jone's" type of magazine. Geared toward all the new gadgets and very pricey merchandise out there.

Having been an RV'er now for over two years, I have never felt the need to pick up a copy of Trailer Life. I have glanced at the issues at the market, but quickly put it down when I realized it had so little in the way of actual reading material vs. ads in it. ... Read more


15. Travel 50 & Beyond
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Sales Rank: 1020
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Single travelers poorly represented
I am an older single woman. I love to travel by myself or with friends. Recently, I subscribed to Travel 50 & Beyond.
I counted photographs of thirty couples in a recent issue and NONE of single travellers enjoying themselves. According to the American Association of Single People, almost 50% of the adult population of the US is unpartnered. The travel industry and its publications need to catch up with the demographics! I will not continue to subscribe to this or any other magazine that does not give equal representation to the travel interests of the single population. Wake up to reality! ... Read more


16. Arizona Highways Magazine
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Official publication of the State of Arizona, offering articles on travel and descriptions therein.
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17. Passport

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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Travel Magazine Ever!
Have been getting PASSPORT at a bookstore for a year or so and decided I had to subscribe. it is the BEST travel magazine I have ever read...not just the best gay travel magazine. Great indepth articles writen in a person-to-person style and beautiful photo layouts. No other magazine covers destinations so well,or with the detailed gay interest info that PASSPORT provides. Grab it! ... Read more


18. Hawaii Magazine
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1-0 out of 5 stars Hawaii Desrves Better
Hawaii magazine is the magazine of the state, but they aren't even in the state of Hawaii. Hawaii Magazine is published, edited, and designed all in Southern California by the same folks that publish Cat Fancy Magazine. Hawaii is a unique and magical place, and that magic cannot be captured from an office thousands of miles away. This shows in the pages of the magazine, it's just not "Hawaii". In addition the printing is dull and the colors are flat, the paper is thin and the stories are watered down press releases. Hawaii deserves something better. Try Islands Magazine - it's a great magazine, even if only a portion of it covers Hawaii.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you love the Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii magazine is a must!
We go to Hawaii annually and this magazine helps us stay in touch with island happenings, situations, cultural events on the mainland, recipes and all things Hawaiian. It helps ease the homesickness of being away from our 2nd "home". They even have an annual photo contest to enter for the photography buff. (Would I be shamefully plugging that I won the Cultural category in the issue featured to lure you to this review? [Bringing the Islands Home]) ;-)
For Hawaii fanatics, this mags for you...hands down! ... Read more


19. Realm
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Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The kindgom and the glory...
Along with 'British Heritage', the magazine 'Realm' is one of the periodicals I use to keep current both on the current state of Britain's traditional culture as well as the current streams of thought on the history of Britain. Each issue includes articles on the past and the present; it is useful for both residents (to learn more about the isles called home) as well as for tourists, to learn more about what is worthwhile seeing. This magazine will give ideas that go beyond the typical travel suggestion magazine, with a greater discussion of history, as well as the current personalities involved in preserving that history.

A recent edition includes articles on prehistoric Britain (concentrating this month on stone-constructs like Stonehenge, as well as others); gardens in Stowe, among the best in England; an artists' colony in Suffolk which brings together both painters and composers; and a feature article on the Settle-Carlisle Railway. These articles show the range of topics that the magazine regularly covers -- recent issues have included highlights of particular castles and historical sites (Bosworth Field), features on counties, and biographical articles on historical characters (this month's issue includes an article on Owain Glyndwr, the 15th century Welshman who fought for independence).

Regular features include Letters to the Editor, which in this as in most British publications has a character rather different from American letters-to-the-editor columns; Diary, which highlights openings, special events, and upcoming features; Landmarks in History, concentrating on a particular small piece of history usually with overlooked significance; and Curiosities, which can end up being mostly anything, from a way to cook a peacock to a way to chisel a gargoyle.

Perhaps the most interesting article for me in the most recent issue of Realm is an article on Underground London (a perusal of other reviews I have done will show a significant number of reviews on books on London); not just on the London Underground, mind you, but rather the series of lakes, rivers, streams, and disused and incomplete tunnels that run under the city, largely unknown to the great masses of people who live above.

'Today, there is a veritable subterranean city beneath the streets of London. Yet the underground story starts many years before the reign of Queen Victoria. Here is one example. For many years both common publicans and nobles with a taste for wine have stored their bottles in cellars. Few were more noble than Cardinal Wolsey, whose 16th century wine cellar is hidden under today's Ministry of Defence. Curiously, it is more akin in appearance to the crypts of London's medieval churches and monasteries than to the beer cellars in use today.'

The article proceeds to discuss all of the various underground findings, from the buried Roman walls in the foundations of modern skyscrapers to the underground lakes that are incorporated into the sewer system.

This is a fabulous magazine, a delight for any Anglophile and a treat for those with interest in travelling to Britain. It combines fabulous photography with great writing and interesting topics.

Cheers!

5-0 out of 5 stars Britain's Past and Present... in Brilliant Colour
Other reviewers have mentioned how Realm brings Britain's past and present to life, and the tremendous wealth of useful travel information in each issue. As a longtime subscriber, I concur.

In addition, the quality of photography within is incredible. You can almost smell the fragrant freshness of English Gardens, the subtle scent of salt spray in a remote fishing village, or the exotic spiciness of Notting Hill's street market.

Should your travel be restricted to a favorite easy chair, Realm brings the U.K. to you. Enjoy.

4-0 out of 5 stars If you're planning a trip to Britain, get a subscription
I've read this magazine for several years and found it to be an important source of information on every aspect of planning a British vacation. In each issue you'll get information on things to see, places to stay, transportation, everything you'll need. I think that it might be better than most travel guides (they're usually a little out of date), IN BRITAIN Magazine is the only magazine that comes close to it in providing a traveler with useful information on planning a trip. ... Read more


20. Texas Highways

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Sales Rank: 799
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent!
This magazine profiles various locations throughout the state of Texas with history, some politics, and lore. It is a great read with colorful maps and pictures. A good buy! ... Read more


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