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Will Business Travel Make Your Life Better?



Every business traveler knows the routine: land at the airport, get into a rental car and spend the night at the same sort of hotel room you’ve walked into a thousand times before.

But what if a business trip could be as unique and personal to you as your friends, your hobbies, your family—and everything else in your life? Will the future bring us personalized hotel room amenities, or a choice of rental car catered to the customer's lifestyle, whether eco-friendly or luxurious? 

In other words, can your business trip reflect who you are a person?

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#TLMoment: The Best Dessert in Paris



The City of Light is known for streets steeped in history, stunning sights and nightlife, and of course legendary food. This quick video is an episode of the Travel + Leisure video series called #TLMoment, which captures the serendipitous and unexpected travel moments we experience around the globe.

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Video Tour of New York’s Tribeca Neighborhood



New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood, often affectionately called “Hollywood East,” is one of the city's most dynamic neighborhoods. Follow our T+L guide and you’ll do it right.

Many attribute much of the transformation of Tribeca—a former no-man's land now filled with cool shops and hip restaurants—to Robert De Niro, who is the owner of the handsome, 88-room Greenwich Hotel. During the star-studded Tribeca Film Festival, this is his home base.

To get a taste of the pseudo-casual yet super hip restaurant scene now led by of-the-moment chefs like Matt Abramcyk, try his unassuming yet undeniably cool bar Smith & Mills, in a design-forward space on North Moore Street. Keep an eye on this restaurateur; he turns out new projects almost every year.

Like Tribeca itself, Aire Ancient Baths retains its old Manhattan roots but has a shiny, new veneer. The Roman-style bathhouse, formerly a 19th-century textile factory, is furnished with wooden benches made from scaffolds of the city’s Triborough Bridge. Visit for a soak and forget all about the hustle outside.

For more quick travel tips, visit travelandleisure.com/video.


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Next Great Neighborhood: Paris's South Pigalle (Video)



South Pigalle is a stylish, family-friendly, and authentic area in the ninth arrondissement of Paris that’s truly up-and-coming. Shops, boutiques, and cocktail bars lie hidden just around the corner from Montemartre and Sacré-Cœur. Sarah Spagnolo shows how to spend a day in “So-Pi."

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Paris Bistros: Old and New (Video)



Paris: a beautiful, stylish destination that is on everyone’s list. But the bigger question once you’re there: where to eat? Sarah Spagnolo shares her spots for great French fare. 

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How to Shop a Paris Flea Market (Video)



Marché aux Puces de Clignancourt is an ideal Paris day trip for antiques collectors and travelers looking for great finds. Sarah Spagnolo shares how to shop in the popular Paris flea market.

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4 Ways to Save Money on Holiday Travel

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Wondering how you'll save big on travel this season? Travel + Leisure's Mark Orwoll gives the details on saving money during your holiday excursions.


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Tips and Trends for Holiday Travel 2014

Lower oil prices means higher profits for airlines, but what does it mean for travelers? Travel + Leisure's news editor, Amy Farley, addresses price hikes for flights during the holidays, and trends for fares during the winter season.

For more travel videos, go to travelandleisure.com/video.


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World’s Best Islands 2014 Video

Wide, white-sand beaches? Check. Photo-worthy wildlife? Check. These three islands are some of our readers’ favorites.

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How to Snag a Last-Minute Restaurant Reservation (Video)

It’s a common predicament: You arrive in a city and realize you don’t have a dinner reservation. Never fear, there are a couple ways to work the system in your favor. Here, some food for thought on what to do.

Tip 1: Call in the afternoon.
Around 3 p.m., restaurants start confirming that evening’s reservations and waiting list. Call in the afternoon, and you just might snag a newly canceled reservation.

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