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The Frugal Traveler
Milan is #1 on our Places to Go in 2015 list. But what about right now? Our 36 Hours column: nyti.ms/1wDrpFE pic.twitter.com/nhPFKYNJVY
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Number 14 on our Places to Go list: Zimbabwe, once-avoided, now must-visit. nyti.ms/1tRJzTb pic.twitter.com/JRwtxLSvUk
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I nominated #Tulsa for @nytimestravel's 2015 "Places to Go" list. I was there last year and I loved it up. pic.twitter.com/SHuD9RLHKL
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Here it is, our 52 Places to Go in 2015. Explore and share your 53rd place. nyti.ms/14Bl9Xu pic.twitter.com/uD5W0tlrz2
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For giant bowls of Vietnamese noodle soup, the strip malls along #Portland's 82nd St. are where it's at. pic.twitter.com/sMbKZqc3oe
Even a frugal traveler must sometimes splurge. Our Christmas Eve dinner at @AvaGenes in #PDX was well worth it. pic.twitter.com/gj059PjyDj
Parting shot from Howth: the white Baily Lighthouse, which stands at the peninsula’s tip. nyti.ms/1z4tqeR pic.twitter.com/UagOqETIXB
Taking in the exhilarating Howth Head walk. This is what I call a view: pic.twitter.com/hU7fp4gvkf
Among the spectacular cliffs along the Howth Head walk: pic.twitter.com/LGPy3BQexV
At the start of the stunning Howth Head walk. Which literary figure once resided in one of the houses pictured? pic.twitter.com/TlHfexLdCB
For under-an-hour escapes from Dublin, the lime-green DART winds roughly 30 miles along Ireland's eastern coastline: pic.twitter.com/E0JAqZjkK8
The striking Cliff Walk hugs the side of the nearly 800-ft high Bray Head on Ireland's eastern coastline: pic.twitter.com/2DDRm9nxux
No correct guesses yet. Here's another hint - the beach is near this stunning coastal walk: pic.twitter.com/I1iiVYmj4W
This week's column turns to coastal towns near Dublin. Any guesses where this beach is? pic.twitter.com/PSmYfLjf7r
Among the rare books @jamesjoycetower in Sandycove, there's also this - the tie James Joyce gave to Samuel Beckett: pic.twitter.com/kLhfgubuA6
Also in Sandycove, @jamesjoycetower and its recreation of the "gloomy domed living room" in the opening of "Ulysses": pic.twitter.com/LXg7EqjkjX
Lots of correct answers, but @cluelessnphx was first! It's the Forty Foot in Sandycove. Anyone swum there in winter? pic.twitter.com/EgkdwOXTPV
Next week's column will turn to coastal towns near Dublin. Any guesses where this popular year-round bathing spot is? pic.twitter.com/rmuwSlLG0U
Loving this edition of Oscar Wilde’s classic, cover by Dublin's @conoranddavid, found @makersandbros's Xmas pop-up: pic.twitter.com/RfnYr10TCu
At the Dublin cafe @kaphsc, a wall is devoted to sketches made by an artist-in-residence. (The coffee is also superb) pic.twitter.com/jo1irAPLMO
Writers make fab curators. Roddy Doyle's pick for @NGIreland's "Lines of Vision" exhibit, this Jack B. Yeats piece: pic.twitter.com/ReVVELYEnJ
An amazing exhibit @NGIreland shows artwork picked by Irish writers. Seamus Heaney's choice? A Caillebotte landscape: pic.twitter.com/OZnEK74vPv