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Winter Travel 2000

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Eating Las Vegas
BY GAEL GREENE
Can a finicky gourmand who hates to gamble and can't stand crowds possibly find happiness in the loudest, craziest, most garish city in America? Gael Greene says you can bet on it.

High Steaks
BY GAEL GREENE
Among four new strip joints on the Strip, just one clear winner. Muriel Stevens, diva of Vegas restaurant critics, proves her chops by joining our mad tour of four steakhouses in one night ...

Man Vs. Beach
BY GEORGE KALOGERAKIS
You say your idea of fun involves lying in the sun sipping caipirinhas? No contest. But a goal can raise your downtime to a higher level. Our writer takes on four island paradises, each offering a challenge, from windsurfing to sous-chefing.

You've Got Vail
BY DANIEL KUNITZ
It's not just the stellar slopes of Vail and its sister resort, Beaver Creek, that will spoil you. What with the shopping, the food, the nightlife, and the (well-deserved) massages, it'll be a wonder if you ever have time to hit the powder at all.

Cold Comfort
BY ETHAN SMITH
Temperatures may be chilly at Canada's Mont Tremblant, but the European-style welcome is always warm.


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