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Ask T+L: Stylish Mexico, Credit Cards in Cuba, Cooking in France

q. I'm visiting Mexico soon, but I'd like to avoid the huge touristy places. I want something smaller with style. —G.F., Minneapolis, Minn. a. For...

T+L Reports: Paris Hotel, Doggie Camp, Greek Chic

high style, few francs A new Paris hotel, the Libertel Quartier Latin, takes its decorative cues from its location at the crossroads of the city's...

The Motor City Revs Up

With a hip restaurant district, loft spaces in former auto parts factories, and three casinos set to open on the river, Detroit is inching —...

Ground Travel Comparison

On track to saving time and money

Artbeat: Modern Art at the Guggenheim

Exhibitions . . . Opera . . . Dance . . . Theater . . . Film . . .

Best Places in the U.S. to Sample Regional Cooking

A biscuit, a brisket: the best of regional cooking

Club Meditation

A Deepak Chopra workshop in India proves to be good, New Age fun — if not quite transcendental

A Return to Iran

Look what we've missed: mountain landscapes straight out of Persian miniatures, pomegranate groves, and extraordinarily welcoming people­ plus one of the world's most demanding dress...

How Companies Beat the High Cost of Flying

Fare trackers at American Express (which owns this magazine) say that domestic business fares-- for short-notice trips, with few or no restrictions-- jumped 39 percent...

Maryland's Timeless Eastern Shore

On Maryland's Eastern Shore, a writer revisits her childhood haunts—the farm stands, the rickety boardwalks, the timeless small towns living off the sea
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