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World's Strangest Monuments

From a baby-eating sculpture in Switzerland to Mongolia’s giant statue of Genghis Khan, the world’s weirdest monuments display local quirks.

Beyond Burritos: San Francisco's Mission District Has It All

"Every time I visit San Francisco I ask out loud 'Why don't I live here?'," traveler-artist-musician-blogger David Byrne recently confessed to the Wall Street Journal. ...

America's Best Fried Chicken

The all-American dish is much more than Colonel Sanders. Whether in L.A. or Atlanta, it’s the essential soul food.

Undiscovered Tuscany

In and around the walled city of Lucca, T+L finds epic Italian flavors.

Strange Japanese Candy

Pickled-plum soda. Azuki bean. Soy sauce. Wasabi. For years, Japanese Kit Kat bars have been infused with decidedly local flavors (some 200, if you’re counting)....

Culinary Tour of Baja, Mexico

Lured by spicy quail, tuna ceviche, and Mexico’s best fish tacos, T+L lights out for Ensenada—and from there, things just go south.

Driving Scotland's Highlands

The dramatic mountain passes, craggy shorelines, and seaside villages of the highlands and the Isle of Skye make for one of Europe’s best rides. (Nessie...

World's Strangest Chocolates

Charlie has moved on: Today’s chocolate factories are making some of the world’s strangest chocolates.

T+L's Guide to Venice

Looking for the ultimate guide to the city of canals? T+L shares the top places to stay, eat, shop, and see right now.

5 Great Los Angeles Dim Sum Spots

Craving Sichuan and Cantonese?Matt Lee and Ted Lee find that in Los Angeles, there's no need to choose. Here, five spots where you can get...
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