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Where to Go for the Holidays

Longing for the snowy serenity of the Swiss Alps, Thanksgiving in the tropics, a Wild West Christmas, or Hanukkah in the California desert?No matter your...

Guidebooks Uncovered

A century and a half after Karl Baedeker cut a trail across Europe, the guidebook remains an essential travel accessory.

Passage to Pondicherry

Pondicherry, a breezy oasis on India's Coromandel Coast, has the laid-back feel of a college town—one with an ashram, French colonial architecture, and a particularly...

T+L Reports | February 2002

Inside: Inn of the Month | Food News | Beauty | Artbeat Thai Special Once a grotty hotel catering to German package tourists, Thailand's Evason...

Rebirth of Rotterdam

How did Holland's second city become its biggest urban experiment?We investigate the rebirth of Rotterdam

Artbeat: Hotel Art Gets Hip

Forget hokey landscapes and bronze lobby sculpture. Hotels — big and small — are going for the real thing

Artbeat: Exhibitions | 2001

A PERFECT BEAUTY: MIES VAN DER ROHE REVISITED New York Mies in Berlin Museum of Modern Art (June 21—Sept. 11) and Mies in America Whitney...

Waterfront Nova Scotia

To those oriented south of the Canadian border, Nova Scotia could be described as more Maine than Maine: classic, untouristed seaside villages; dramatic granite cliffs;...

Hungarian History in the Making

Budapest hides well the scars of its recent past. But to Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, architect of the Balkan peace accords and an astute observer of...

City of Angles

As the new flick L.A. Confidential proves, everyone in this town is looking for something. Me, I was on the trail of L.A.'s film noir...
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