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Top Boutiques on London’s Columbia Road

T+L’s guide to chic boutiques along Columbia Road in trendy East London.

Hot Spots of Columbia Road

T+L's Features Director Nilou Motamed shares her favorite finds on this popular street.

What to Do in the Host Cities of the Republican and Democratic Conventions

Three things you didn’t know about the host cities of this month’s political confabs. Tampa, Florida It’s the birthplace of the Cuban sandwich, invented in...

London Neighborhood Walk: East End

Among the historic (and historically hardscrabble) corridors of London's East End, a new energy has taken hold, marked by the efforts of trendsetting artists, designers,...

And the Happiest Country on Earth is....

Huffington Post  |  Denmark has taken the top spot on the United Nation's first ever World Happiness Report, followed by Finland, Norway and the Netherlands....

America's Best Spring Drives

Views out the car window look brightest in spring, when the landscape bursts with wildflowers. See for yourself on America’s best spring drives.

ENDING SATURDAY: Vote to Win a $10,000 Dream Trip!

Saturday is the last day to vote in the 2012 World’s Best Awards Survey!All respondents will be entered to win a $10,000 dream trip, among...

3 Weeks Left: World's Best Sweepstakes!

Take T+L’s World’s Best Awards Survey and enter to win a $10,000 Dream Trip! March is underway, which means there are only a few weeks left to cast...

Vote Now! T+L's World's Best Awards 2011 Survey

It's that time of year again—T+L's World's Best Awards 2011 Survey is now live! Go to TLWorldsBest.com and rate the hotels, resorts, spas, cruise lines,...

America's Best Hotels for Fall Colors

Plan your leaf-peeping trip around one of these inns with spectacular views of fall colors.
RESTAURANTS

Columbia Kate's

Little House on the Prairie fans will adore this teahouse, where along with salads and sandwiches you’ll find homemade chicken pot pie. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Columbia State Historic Park

First founded by gold miners in 1850, Columbia is now the Columbia State Historic Park, with everything from hotels to restaurants to schools (it’s still a real town). Sure, it’s touristy,... more ›


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