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Does anyone know of a resource that will give me budget or off-season locations for a specific month?

I know I have some time off next March, but I don't know where I want to go. I'm trying to come up with a list of possible travel locations, preferably locations that are off-season or traditionally "bargain months".

Any ideas are appreciated!
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March might still be a little too early, but Yellowstone is not a place to go in the summer. Too crowded. Lots of national parks are like this.
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Europe before the summer tourists pounce is always nice!

Charlie
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Europe before the summer tourists pounce is always nice!

And cheaper.

A woman in my office went to Paris last March (she usually goes in November) and had a wonderful time, weather perfect, flowers all in bloom. It doesn't get dark until 9 or 10 at that time as Paris is pretty far north. Anyway, it's an idea, but I'd be prepared for any kind of weather.
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>>>It doesn't get dark until 9 or 10 at that time as Paris is pretty far north. >>>

This table suggests otherwise, much earlier.

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=195&obj=sun&month=3&year=2004&day=1

Ivan
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>>>It doesn't get dark until 9 or 10 at that time as Paris is pretty far north. >>>

This table suggests otherwise, much earlier.

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/astronomy.html?n=195&obj=sun&month=3&year=2004&day=1

Ivan


Sorry. I can't imagine why Linda would "fib" about it, but I'll ask next time I see her.
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there is a diff. btwn "getting dark" and "sunset"

thx for the cool link, ivan. RDG.
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It doesn't get dark until 9 or 10 at that time as Paris is pretty far north.

The farther north a place is, the earlier it gets darker in winter months. It is the southern hemisphere that stays light longer in the winter.
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