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New Adventure Travel in Chiapas, Mexico

How does an adventure outfitter create the next great itinerary in uncharted territory?Christopher R. Cox goes behind the scenes in Chiapas, Mexico, to discover the...

World's Most Mysterious Buildings

For stories you won’t forget, detour off the beaten path to these mysterious places.

Letters | October 2008

It was a thrill to see my beautiful year-round residence, Cape Cod, featured in Travel + Leisure [“The Best of Cape Cod”]. Even though I’ve...

World's Coolest Museum Gift Shops

Inspired by the art you see displayed in fine museums? These museum gift shops around the world help you bring the exhibitions home.

The New Face of Acapulco

Sixty years on, a second generation is giving a youthful reinvention to the hotels, restaurants, and beaches.

Ask T+L: Eco Lodges, Cooking School in Mexico, Digital Cameras, Avoiding the Flu

January 2007 READER'S FIND Argentina While in Buenos Aires recently, I visited Bar Uriarte [1572 Uriarte; 54-11/4834-6004; www.baruriarte.com.ar; dinner for two $20] for a casual...

Artbeat: New York City, Chiapas, Madrid

Exhibitions . . . Museums . . . Theater . . . Dance . . .

3 Quiet Cancún Hotels

Three hotels in the land of nonstop happy hours are providing a stylish respite from the party scene. Alan Brown indulges his taste for luxury.

Mérida's Moment

The colonial capital of the Yucatán—land of ancient Mayan traditions—has reinvented itself as an enclave for hip expats, who are converting haciendas into sophisticated hotels...

Next Great Neighborhoods

As American as apple martinis, these four hot new areas —in Seattle, New Orleans, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia—are the toast of the nation
HOTELS

Parador San Juan de Dios

A 17th-century hacienda that was once owned by Harvard University, this boutique property exudes a baroque air: stained-glass windows and heavy oak furniture. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Mirador La Coyota

Take in the scenery at this overlook clinging to the 3,000-foot walls of Sumidero Canyon. more ›


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