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Park thrills in Maryland Experience daredevil thrills on a 330-foot zip line or a 40-foot giant swing at Terrapin Adventures. Through Sept. 10, admission at this outdoor adventure park is $75, a 15 percent discount, when booked by July 18.travelzoo.com

Cruising the YangtzePay for one superior cabin on a Victoria Cruises journey along China’s Yangtze River and get the second free for departures through Aug. 31. Tai chi classes and authentic Chinese food are offered. Cabin rates start at $980.victoriacruises.com

Summer in Paris Book one of the 54 unique guest rooms at Paris’s La Pavillon de la Reine, an 18th-century mansion located in the 3rd arrondissement, and save 50 percent on a second room. Offer is good July 15–Aug. 29. Rates start at $417.pavillon-de-la-reine.com

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