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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 construction. What's more, come winter ships will have the ability to “plug in” and avoid burning f...
  Buenos Aires   In sexy South America, Laura Begley discovers she can do more than get by—she can spend, spend, spend 4:30 A.M. The sun will be rising any minute now, as my boyfriend and I leave La Confitería Ideal (384 Suipacha; 54-11/5265-8...
Algodon Mansion, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Buenos Aires Revival
Rooms The French Classical Algodon Mansion (suites from $400), in upscale Recoleta, became the city’s most exclusive boutique hotel when it opened in September. Inside the landmark building, expect discreet luxury rather than glitz: 10 ebony wood...
U.S. + CanadaThe Caribbean + BermudaMexicoCentral + South AmericaEuropeAsiaAfrica + the Middle EastTop Cruise Lines for Families U.S. + Canada 1. Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, South Carolina Score: 97.90Plantation-style cottages and a Jack...
How do you stand out in a city filled with stylish boutique hotels? Try a rooftop pool, a cognac bar, 24-hour butler service, and a lobby with a two-story waterfall. Set in a landmark 1912 French-style town house in the chic Recoleta district, the...
Angela Hunsinger Assistant director of recreation, the Inn at Palmetto Bluff, South CarolinaYears on the Job: 4 The Comforts of Home: I love to create memorable experiences for guests. I’ve taught children to ride bikes on the village green, whi...
Hotels/Resorts Cities Islands Spas Tour Operators Cruise Lines Airlines Car-Rentals Main Page Top Cities: Buenos Aires SIGHTS If the famed Recoleta cemetery, with its Byza...
Whether she’s living in Egypt, China, Japan, or New York, peripatetic author and dancer Patrizia Chen knows how to tap into a new culture. T+L talks with the Italian-born writer—whose recent novel, It Takes Two (Scribner, $25), explores the passi...
See our slideshow of the World’s Greatest Flea Markets. Some people travel so they can climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower, or ski the Rockies, or feast on rare delicacies in Bangkok. Not me. I think of the world as a series of fabulous flea mar...
q. It's summer but I'm dying to ski. How do South America's resorts compare with, say, Vail or Chamonix?Which is the best value?—D.R., Denver, Colo. a. Argentina's San Carlos de Bariloche, a two-hour flight from Buenos Aires, is the largest and mo...
A generation ago, the average weekend getaway amounted to little more than two days by the shore or a quick hike in the mountains. Escaping to Europe seemed like an impossible proposition due to the expense, distance, shortage of flights, and the ...
See our slideshow of Great Affordable City Hotels. What would you expect to pay for accommodations in a palatial, elegantly decorated suite in one of London’s most famously posh neighborhoods?One that occupies an entire floor of a regal Victorian...
Once a hub of auto-parts stores, Palermo Viejo is reinventing itself as the budding barrio of Buenos Aires - it's now called "Palermo Hollywood" for its abundance of film studios. What's in it for you?A number of new restaurants, including El Resc...
See our Where (and How) to Go Dancing with the Stars slideshow. Planning a trip to Brazil and want to dance the samba like a local?One famous dancer can help: “Practice near a puddle,” says Lance Bass. “Step up and over it before going down into ...
“I spent a year and a half in Buenos Aires making my new film Tetro, a family drama. Most of our cast and crew was Argentine, and I had the chance to collaborate with talented artists. There’s a big intellectual tradition in Argentina, of course:...