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America's top 5 destinations have what you're looking for.

By Christopher Elliott • May 1, 2002

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America's top business travel destinations are bouncing backfrom the effects of terrorism and the recession with summertimebargains. Here's a look at the top five destinations and whatyou can expect to find in each.

1. New York City: Thepopular Summer Restaurant Week takes place June 24 to 30, when, forabout $20 (excluding beverage, tax and tip), restaurant-goers canindulge in a three-course meal at more than 150 of the city'sbest dining establishments. Special savings at hotels, plusdiscounts on shopping, theater tickets and tours, are alsoavailable through August. For a summer 2000 Official NYC Guide,click on www.nycvisit.com or call (800) NYC-VISIT.

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