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Europe for Less

The dollar may have reached a record low, but there are still ways to save. Here, four tips to help make your next trip abroad...

Discovering Italy’s Car Culture

In and around the countryside of Modena, Robert Levine hits the autostrada for a closer look inside Italy’s car culture.

Our Kind of Niagara | T+L Family

The world’s most famous cascade runneth over with crowds. But there are water rides and countryside, along with those wondrous falls, that you won’t want...

Editor’s Note | March 2008

About a year or so ago, I had an unlikely call from a friend I hadn’t spoken with in a while. A woman who divides...

Tasmania’s Gourmet Paradise

The cleanest air and water on the planet, miraculously varied landscapes, a highly sophisticated local food and wine culture: the Australian island of Tasmania, Stephen...

Paris: Zinc Cafés

In Paris, Christopher Petkanas forgoes the Michelin stars for a tour of workingman’s zinc cafés—and affordable, delicious meals, the way locals have liked them for...

19th Hole: Hailing California Cabs

Long have I taken potshots at the Big Oak excesses of some California wines, particularly the candy-floss chardonnays and cabernet sauvignons. Oak-barrel aging acts as...

Golf Life: Languedoc

Languedoc is the other province in southern France that boasts a Mediterranean coast, but it might as well be on the French side of the...

Virginia Unbridled

Washington, D.C., may be all about political jockeying, but drive some 50 miles south and you'll find yourself in the heart of Virginia's horse (and...
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