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“Airstreams are vintage, iconic, unique,” says Jody Aufrichtig, who spent months and millions to buy, import, and renovate a small fleet of vintage Airstreams. The point? To put them on the roof of his four-star Cape Town hotel, the Grand Daddy, a...
Fairmont Scottsdale Scottsdale, Arizona The Deal: Ultimate Three-Day Golf Getaway: three nights in the just-renovated hotel; three rounds per person, at the Stadium and Champions courses at TPC Scottsdale and the Raptor and Talon courses at Gray...
See our slideshow of the 45 Best New Hotels of 2009. In compiling Travel + Leisure’s fourth annual It List, our editors once again visited hundreds of new hotels around the globe. What makes 2009 different?Properties closer to home really caught ...
Riding Arizona Learning about Native American culture is part of the fun at Phoenix's Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, located on 2,400 acres of Sonoran Desert and owned by the Pima and Maricopa tribes. A waterslide tower is shaped like Casa...
Houseboats—usually more floating Winnebagos than luxury liners—are becoming status symbols with the debut of the 75-foot Odyssey (888/486-4665; www.lakepowell.com ; packages from $3,813 for three days ) on Lake Powell, in Utah and Arizona's Glen C...
How to pave the way to Brady Bunch bliss?More and more parents finding love the second time around are turning their honeymoon into a "familymoon." Resorts have responded with packages for blended clans. Squaw Peak and Tapatio...
Fifty feet up the deceptively named Carefree Rockpile, I gazed out at the view. To my left I could see Four Peaks, like the backdrop of a John Ford film. To my right stood Black Mountain, sacred site of the long-extinct Hohokam tribe. And over my ...
Location is everything, so we like the 1950's retro Golden Bear Motel on San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley. We fly up from L.A., eat at Oliveto in Oakland, and check in for a good night's sleep, knowing that in the morning we can walk across the ...
There's no denying that Sedona's landscape is larger than life. The famous red rock buttes, mesas, and hoodoos loom imperiously against the saturated blue desert sky, practically daring you to feel significant. Fortunately, Sedona in autumn offers...
Here's a tip of the hat to the values that make this country great. We're not talking about motherhood and fair play. We talking value values: low-cost, deep discount, satisfaction-guaranteed values. The fact is, there are more ways to save mo...
Surprised by the results of his recent project to assess the state of conservation in America, biologist Eric Dinerstein couldn't help remarking, "It's as if North Americans won the biological lottery, but forgot to look at the ticket." Together w...
Some of this inn's adobe buildings date to the 17th century and are said to have withstood Pancho Villa's artillery during the Mexican Revolution (a cannonball was found in the hacienda's wall during recent renovations). Later, as a guest ranch, i...
There's nothing like the words children's theater to cast a parent into the slough of despond. You think cheesy sets and costumes, simpleminded scripts, hambone acting. You think hackneyed stories and desperate attempts to tap into trends of the m...
Ever since now-defunct Ozark Airlines pulled its planes out of Dubuque in the seventies, anyone looking to get in or out of town had to hop on a small turboprop to connect at a nearby hub (Chicago, Minneapolis). But in November, American Airline...
1. Pronghorn Bend, Oregon Six hundred paces into the volcanic caverns beneath the Fazio golf course at Pronghorn is an unlikely office where Ron Davis, the community’s director of development, toils by lamplight with old Pink Floyd albums as bac...