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Delta to Add "Economy Comfort" Seats

USA Today |  Delta Air Lines will add a premium economy section to its international flights, charging non-elite fliers between $80 to $160 each way...

America's Rudest Cities

In which city are you most likely to get a rude reception from locals? Travel + Leisure readers have crowned America’s capital of crabbiness.

T+L Reports: Small Dining in Atlanta

Recently, celebrity chefs have been eschewing expansive dining rooms in favor of intimate spaces (see Masa in New York City and Joël Robuchon at the...

Atlanta Lands a Big One | T+ L Family

It may be a landlocked city, but with the recent opening of the Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta is now awash in more than 100,000 fish swimming...

Outrageous Hotel Perks for Pets

Massages, happy hours, and monogrammed towels—for pets. It’s just another dog day at these fine hotels.

A Family Compound at Palmetto Bluff

The ten "family compound" parcels within the 638-acre Headwaters neighborhood of sprawling, spectacular Palmetto Bluff represent an emerging trend among the über-wealthy. Land planners for...

America's Dirtiest Cities 2011

Can clean be overrated? America’s dirtiest cities happen to include some very popular tourist destinations.

America's Coolest City Parks

Flying trapeze lessons, hot-air balloon races, swing-dance parties: Get your kicks at America’s coolest city parks.

New Atlanta Food Scene

Thanks to groovy shops, a lively arts scene, and happening restaurants, there's no question that once-stuffy Atlanta is now a city on the verge.

America's Rudest Cities 2010

The least friendly Americans tend to live on one coast. But there’s a new champion in the contest for America’s Rudest Cities.
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