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Introducing Frequent Flier Miles… For Your Pet
Clearly we’re not the only ones obsessed with globetrotting pets. This week, Virgin Australia launched a new program for its furry fliers, making them the... Read More
5 Delicious Hotel Brunches
Good-bye, runny eggs and sad-looking cereal stations. Hello, Vietnamese bánh mì and French almond sponge cake. These hotel buffets are eating others for b... Read More
Where to Celebrate July 4th, From Cape Cod to San Diego
While we all love to travel, there’s no denying the perks to living in the land of red, white, and blue. From Texas barbecue to New Orleans jazz music, Am... Read More
Announced: T+L's 2013 World's Best Awards
Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy T+L's features director, Nilou Motamed, announces the 2013 winners of Travel ... Read More
Trip Doctor: How to Get Last-Minute Hotel Deals
  Procrastinators, rejoice! There’s a slew of new apps aimed at snagging a last-minute hotel deal. Here, our tech expert’s road-tested favorites. ... Read More
Paris Restaurants Short List
Christian Boyens, general manager of the Ritz Paris—currently undergoing renovations—reveals his short list for where to eat in the City of Light. First ... Read More
Trip Doctor: Top Translation Apps
Looking for the nearest ATM in Paris and rusty on your French? These tools—all road-tested by T+L ensures you’ll never be misunderstood again. Most Compr... Read More
Trip Doctor: 5 Best Sunscreens
Q: With so many sunscreens on the market, I’m overwhelmed. Have a favorite? —Janet Bakes, via e-mail A: We took an informal poll, and the cheekily named... Read More
Crowdsourcing: What to Do When You're Near the InterContinental Hong Kong
View InterContinental Hong Kong in a larger map We asked true travel pros what to do near the InterContinental Hong Kong. Want to share your advice? Join o... Read More
Digital Detox: Summer Camp For Adults
Color wars. Village communities demarked by wildlife flags. A reveille bugle to wake us every morning. The 325 of us, ranging in ages from 19 to 67, were ... Read More
Openings: Hyatt Union Square Goes Downtown Chic
It seems like a new hotel opens every other day in New York City, but one nabe with a surprising dearth of places to stay is downtown’s Union Square, whic... Read More
Guess Where? Harbor
Can you guess what American harbor town this is? Hint: It's been nominated already in our newest series, America's Favorite Town. Head over to our Faceboo... Read More
Tech Thursday: Jack of All Trades Travel Adapter
The one gadget that makes every hotel a workstation: CB2's ultra-compact Universal Travel Adapter ($23). It's half the size of its competitors and has one... Read More
Eiffel Tower Re-Opens + Paris Hotel News
The Eiffel Tower has reopened today following a two-day workers’ strike—a perfect excuse for me to start fantasizing about that next trip to Paris. Coinci... Read More
United Airline’s New Frequent Flier Minimums
Woe to frugal miles hoarders like me: United, the world’s largest airline, recently announced annual spending and mileage minimums in order to earn status... Read More
Trip Doctor: Hotels Celebrate Supreme Court's Gay Marriage Rulings Just in Time for Pride
Today's Supreme Court rulings—striking down DOMA and essentially paving the way for same-sex marriage in California—have helped make this Pride month prou... Read More
T+L's Favorite Summer Sunglasses
Nothing says “Hey, Hollywood!” like chunky frames in red-hot hues. From top to bottom: Handmade frames, Gant, $125 Acetate sunglasses, Kate Spa... Read More
No Snowden. No Turbulence. No Booze on Aeroflot Flight To Havana. Whah?!
Aeroflot has a drinking problem. When reporters were duped on Monday into flying from Moscow to Havana on the Russian airline in hopes of interviewing Na... Read More
Trip Doctor: Translates Foreign Blogs for You
A new website is making it easier for Americans to get the local scoop on international destinations. Webflakes, launched in May, uses its growing team of... Read More
Samurai Rabbit! Japanese History Gets Interactive at Boston's MFA
If your summer vacation takes you through Boston and you find that you can't decide which of the city's impressive cultural institutions to take the famil... Read More