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Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person? ... Read More

Day One: Brussels to Frankfurt (340 miles) ... Read More

Venice: On the Campo San Zanipolo, look out for the rounded pediments that adorn the elegant 15th-century façade of Scuola Grande di San Marco, by... Read More

Cross-cultural pollination means that both the croissant and the bagel have traveled far from home, and the “continental breakfast” still reigns supreme... Read More

Top 10 Hotels: Overall ... Read More

San Diego just opened the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, the first in the U.S. designed to meet LEED Silver standards for environmentally friendly... Read More

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At the rental-car return in Milan’s Malpensa airport, I take a last pensive sniff of our Fiat Panda. Someone should bottle the scent and call it Aroma... Read More

In early winter I travel with my good friend Aggie Gund along my favorite northern Italian route. This is where I came as a child with my parents, who... Read More

Sipping spumante near the Romanesque duomo in Modena, my friend John and I watch a pack of grandmothers in crisp linen suits feed chunks of Parmesan to... Read More

So you couldn't get in to see the Last Supper?Well, neither could we. My fiancée and I were in Milan for a whirlwind tour of museums and churches before... Read More

Bologna has always had an independent nature, like an irreverent but brilliant child. Europe's first university, L'Università di Bologna, was founded... Read More

Just unveiled in Bologna: the International Museum of Music (34 Strada Maggiore; 39-051/275-7711; www.museomusicabologna.it). The 10-room palazzo... Read More

As I drive my tiny rental car down a winding country road into Modena, the first thing I see is a giant spire puncturing the clouds. It is “Il Tridente,... Read More

The people of Parma have such a high opinion of their city they think of themselves as Parmesans first and Italians second. This can be traced in fair... Read More

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