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The maximum expedition is while traveling on transportation and accommodation...rest the shopping and food will come under the economic range. So while traveling...focus on these two aspects.

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Did you goggle it first? it works real good for finding things like this.
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Jet is owned by Johnson Publishing Company. You can write to them and ask if the 1968 magazines you have are worth anything today. Here is their web site .