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A Boarder In Paradise Mount Baker Lacks Many Of The Frills, But It Has What Every Snowboarder Craves: Lots Of The White Stuff
March 24, 1996 on Page G3 1. A ski lift carries skiers and snowboarders up to spartan but snow-rich slopes of Washington’s Mount Baker. Photo by Gwen Howat/Special to Travel 2. Even the dining areas are …
Annual Marathon Electrifies Boston Even If You Don’t Qualify For The 100th Running Of The Boston Marathon, You Can Still Tap Into The Energy
March 24, 1996 on Page G4 Trinity Church and Hancock Tower border Copley Square, the site of the Boston Marathon finish line.
Slip, Slide And Soak More Than Snowy Powder Awaits Winter Visitors In Steamboat Springs, Colorado
March 24, 1996 on Page G4 1. The Bridgestone Winter Driving School uses its snow-covered track to teach students the art of car control on slick, icy roads. 2. A bather enjoys a warm soak at …
Lots Of Olympic Tickets Still Available
March 24, 1996 on Page G5 When Olympic Games tickets became available by telephone order in February, only about 3.3 million of the 7 million tickets allotted to the United States already had been sold by …
Across The Cascades And Back In Time
March 24, 1996 on Page G5 A beautifully appointed table awaits you at breakfast at Greengables. Photo courtesy of Lila Chapman
In France, Are There Any Art Classes In English?
March 24, 1996 on Page G5 Q. We are interested in spending a month or two in France and would like information on art schools or studios that offer painting and ceramics courses in English. What …
For More Info, Travel The Internet
March 24, 1996 on Page G5 From making airline reservations to looking up resorts, there’s an increasing amount of travel information available on the Internet. Some Northwest examples: Alaska Airlines has become the first airline on …