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All of Oklahoma Travel Guide

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ARTICLES

Touring America with an iPhone

Armed with only an iPhone, T+L tags along for a monthlong drive cross-country, photographing everything along the way.

Worst Celebrity Air Rage Incidents

From shoving flight attendants to turning over snack carts or busting up the duty-free shop, famous folks sometimes let air travel frustrations get the best...

My Favorite Place: Jeanne Tripplehorn

The actress gets her kicks on Route 66. T+L goes along for the ride.

Greece: Europe’s Newest Wine Country

In Greece—between the Peloponnese, Macedonia, and the shores of Crete—T+L finds welcoming people, seductively simple food, and unforgettable Greek wines.

Reader’s Tee | January 2008

Snail mail, e-mail and other correspondence

Match Play in Michigan

When the world arrives here for the Ryder Cup this fall, it will discover a land rich with links.

Ask T+L: Road Trip Tips, Affordable Barcelona, and Cultural Tours of India

Q: What’s your best advice for making the most of a road trip? —Wendy Roberts, Arcadia, Calif. “Rather than just rely on GPS, always bring...

Staying at a British National Trust Estate

In western England’s bucolic Herefordshire, T+L discovers an unexpectedly chic hotel alternative—on the grounds of a British National Trust estate.

Tasmania’s Gourmet Paradise

The cleanest air and water on the planet, miraculously varied landscapes, a highly sophisticated local food and wine culture: the Australian island of Tasmania, Stephen...

Best New Courses 2007

Among the year’s ten most exciting new courses are some with a common-sense theme and others that rode in on a bolt of inspiration. Leading...
HOTELS

Mayo Hotel

At 19 stories, this revamped property in downtown Tulsa was the tallest structure in Oklahoma when it was built in 1925. In 2009, it went through a $42 million renovation and now has 102 rooms with... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Juniper, Tulsa

This on-trend restaurant impresses with its exposed brick walls and contemporary vibe, as well as beautifully plated dishes such as seared foie gras PB&J and fragrant rosemary chicken with a... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Pops

Pops — a combination gas station, diner, and soda shop north of Oklahoma city, has added a futuristic twist to the iconic highway. With its dramatic cantilevered steel canopy and 66-foot bottle... more ›


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