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Culinary Tour of Baja, Mexico

Lured by spicy quail, tuna ceviche, and Mexico’s best fish tacos, T+L lights out for Ensenada—and from there, things just go south.

Top Travel Destinations: 1971–2011

To mark our 40th year, T+L takes a look at the top travel destinations from 1971 through today.

Editor’s Note | May 2010

“Think lovely thoughts” is a line I always liked from that soaring high-wire number “I’m Flying” in the musical Peter Pan. But these days lovely...

A Tiger by the Sea

Woods Unveils Plans For a Baja Beauty

Leave Winter Behind

Sunny skies and an open road are our prescription for cabin fever this season. Here are five great warm-weather drives to get your motor running.

Cooking up a Perfect Weekend

Take two sunny days in Ensenada with cooking instructor Billy Cross, chop, stir, eat, and then explore

L.A.’s Best Mexican Restaurants

Searching for authentic barbacoa, too-good-to-be-true mole, or quintessential fish tacos?Look no further.

Family Reunion Destinations, 2007 | T+L Family

Welcome to the era of the reunion! Of late, more and more families are gathering the grandparents and cousins and taking off—whether for a casual...

Ask T+L: Peru Shots, Croatia Travel Agents, Spain Cooking Schools, Hurricane Season

Web Exclusive: June 22, 2006 I'm trying to find an experienced travel agent to help me plan my honeymoon to Croatia and would appreciate any...

Fast Talk: Arnold Carbone

How lucky can one guy get?Not only does Arnold Carbone, Ben & Jerry's Conductor of Bizarre and D, get paid to consume a lifetime supply...
DEALS

Ensenada, Mexico: Spring romance package at Hotel Coral & Marina

HOTELS

Adobe Guadalupe

At this Mission-style winery and inn, visitors can take guided horseback rides around the vineyards. more ›


RESTAURANTS

La Embotelladora Vieja

Enjoy fresh seafood—abalone, filet mignon, and swordfish with cilantro sauce—at this restaurant, adjacent to a winery. more ›


ACTIVITIES

San Miguel Beach

Hike or surf along the sweeping, often-deserted San Miguel Beach, which is free of cell-phone-toting city dwellers fighting for parking spots. more ›


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