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Urban Style: Tokyo/Paris/Berlin

Edgy, chic and sleek--these cities are as individual as the people on their streets. Guy Trebay drops in on three headline-making capitals to find out...

Packing Mentality

Five expert travelers divulge trade secrets, favorite places, and what's in their bags

D.C. Spies | T+L Family

Who knew that Julia Child and Josephine Baker worked in secret intelligence?Now you can, too. At the International Spy Museum (800 F St. NW; 202/393-7798;...

Sweet (Hudson) Valley Highs

Less than two hours north of Manhattan, the Hudson River valley is fast becoming New York's breadbasket—and a haven for food lovers. Matt Lee and...

Guide to Vermont and New Hampshire

Vermont and New Hampshire—the differences between the two, and the inside guide to each

50 Romantic Hotels: Secluded Retreats

Introduction | Secluded Retreats | City Lights | Into the Wilderness | Along the Shore | Best Values | Urban Classics | Country Grandeur |...

2002 | T+L 100 Great Escapes: Food

Editors' Note | Top Ten Trips | Places to Stay | Food | Shopping | After Dark | Mind Body | Outdoors | Culture 37...

Insider: Berkeley

The last time I was in Berkeley, someone had just lopped the heads off all the downtown parking meters and stuck flowers in the poles....

Weekender: Bloomington, Indiana

Victorian B&B's, Apple Crumble, Abstract Art, Horseback Riding, Live Bluegrass

Great American Road Trips: Antiquing the Dakotas

"I'd be a baker," claimed my co-worker Erik, when discussing what professions we'd choose if we weren't magazine editors. He liked the idea of doing...
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