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Down by the Bay

Crab cakes and lighthouses, antiques and country inns—the pleasures are pure and downright American on the Chesapeake Bay. Stephen Drucker finds out why Maryland's Eastern...

Chesapeake Days

Maryland's Eastern Shore doesn't grab many headlines, golf or otherwise. A scenic countryside speckled with refurbished Victorian homes and charming fishing villages, this corner of...

America's Top College Hotels

College towns make great weekend getaways, and these hotels near campus get our top scores.

Wackiest New Year's Eve Ball Drops

Times Square? Been there, seen that crystal ball. Here’s where to find wacky, unexpected New Year’s Eve drops.

8 Perfect Day Trips from Washington, D.C.

1 Hour Away Often overshadowed by high-profile D.C., Baltimore (which locals call “Charm City”) has a revitalized waterfront, proudly diverse neighborhoods, and stellar museums, including...

Antiquing Rural Pennsylvania

Hunting for Biedermeier, Stickley, or Eames?Look no further than the towns and villages of rural PA.

Ask T+L: Passport Renewal, Panama Tour, Europe Fares, Montreal

September 2006 READER'S FIND Reader's Find Australia While visiting friends in Brisbane recently, I took a trip to Montville, an artists' colony 70 miles away....

20 Great Winter Getaways

Winter is approaching faster than you can say brrrr—and the holidays are just around the corner. From Aspen to New Zealand, T+L has uncovered the...

T+L Reports: Ready For Their Close-ups

A handful of North American hotels have gone under the knife, and now these timeless beauties have a fresh new look. Mustique's Cotton House (St....

An Artist's New England: Painter Maureen Gallace

I grew up in New England—in Monroe, Connecticut—and spent my summers on Cape Cod, near Woods Hole. The pictures are sketches and paintings that I...
HOTELS

The Lafayette Inn

Kick back on the wraparound porch at the brick-front Lafayette Inn on College Hill, which evokes a clean, modern version of the Revolutionary War’s Georgian style. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Sette Luna

On a quiet side street, Sette Luna cultivates a short Italian menu. The wood-burning oven imparts warmth, but the crustless cheesecake is what dreams are made of. more ›


ACTIVITIES

The Crayola Factory

At the Crayola Factory, where crayons have been made since 1903, revisit retired colors (raw umber, we hardly knew you), and take home a four-color souvenir box made before your eyes. more ›


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