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Meet the Château that Inspired Versailles

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Nearly six million people traipse through the gardens and Hall of Mirrors at Versailles annually, braving lines and elbowing through crowds.

Let us tip you off to an alternative: before Versailles, there was Vaux le Vicomte, a lesser-known château that makes an easy day trip from Paris and offers a more blissful, intimate experience. It’s been cared for by the same family for five generations.

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10 Most Popular Articles of 2011

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With a new year comes a rush of planning and, at T+L, we've already mapped out the hottest destinations of 2012. But even as we report on new discoveries and trends, it's worth looking back at what grabbed readers' attention in the past year.

In case you missed it, the most-read article of 2011 ranked dangerous U.S. airports, while also noting improvements that have made air travel safer overall; even former pilots posted comments weighing in on the controversial topic. Some popular articles like America's most beautiful college campuses touched on personal loyalties, while others shared insider recommendations to help you plan that next trip (how about an affordable all-inclusive resort in Costa Rica?).

So, take a look, and then tell us: what was your favorite T+L article, and what would you like us to cover in 2012?

1. T+L's Most Dangerous U.S. Airports
Airline safety is on the rise, but near accidents are still more common than you might think.

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New Taxi App Rolling Out in Major European Cities

20107-b-moscowjpgSeventy-nine billionaires now live in Moscow—more than in any other city—and it’s easy to see how they get around. Mercedes, Bentley, Maserati, and other luxury brands clog the roads. As for the millions of other Muscovites, they can flag down any enterprising driver for a ride. Locals make extra rubles by offering impromptu cab services at rates negotiated on the spot. And then there are the vans known as matrushkas that swerve through traffic, picking up passengers and dropping them at requested stops.

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Celebrate Memorial Day with Nationwide Burger Deals

201105-b-brgr-4jpgWe’re already deep into National Burger Month, with specials like $1 burgers on Wednesdays at New York’s Goodburger, free premium toppings on Mondays across the country at The Counter chain, and a new burger daily at the Four Seasons in Boston or Iron Hill Brewery restaurants in Pennsylvania and Delaware, where the Jalapeño Popper burger caps things off on May 31.

But don’t feel you’ve missed out if May’s burger mania is news to you. The most widespread offers are still to come. On Burger Day itself, May 27, Groupon will roll out deals in all its 175 North American markets, bookable through Sunday at midnight. Here are a few to get your mouth watering and kick off your summer.

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