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My college roommates and I want to take an all-women adventure trip (hiking, rafting, skiing, snowboarding). Can you recommend a good tour outfitter? —M... Read More

If you book a room at the new Hooters Inn in Lakeland, Florida—brought to you by the restaurant chain known for its lightly clad waitresses—you might... Read More

Anglers are swapping crowded trout streams for saltwater fly-fishing in the deep blue sea. Whether cruising the flats or casting to surface feeders,... Read More

Philippe Starck wants to decorate your apartment—as long as you live in one of his ICON buildings, which he designed with Siger Suarez & Fullerton Diaz... Read More

Everyone knows about South Beach—the Delano, News Café, and Liquid—and it's still hotter than hot. But that short stretch of Miami Beach simply couldn't... Read More

For most visitors to the Continent, going off the beaten path means finding a restaurant that's not yet in the guidebooks. But Europe is, in fact, the... Read More

If you're like us, you'll plan an entire vacation around a great swimming pool. These days, there's one for every taste: ... Read More

Circus impresario John Ringling is credited with bringing European art and architecture to Sarasota, a former backwater village 60 miles south of Tampa.... Read More

Inside: Explore the Everglades and Get The Facts. Plus, only on the web: Another Great Place to Get in a Houseboat and Go ... Read More

At the emotional core of the melancholy 1969 buddy movie Midnight Cowboy, a forlorn Dustin Hoffman imagines himself at a beachfront Florida resort,... Read More

Hold the nuggets—and the fries. A new version of the family getaway has emerged, and it's all about being health conscious. Pritikin runs one- and two... Read More

OCCUPATION Dancer and choreographer with Ballet Hispanico HOME BASE New York City SONG AND DANCE Ruiz was visiting family in Miami, but the highlight of... Read More

the bar Half a block from the ocean on so-called Banker's Row, the Bar (160 Royal Palm Way; 561/655-5600), at the Heart of Palm Beach Hotel, has always... Read More

These islands—numbering more than 800—have long attracted fishermen, divers, and misfits of all shapes and sizes, among them Ernest Hemingway, Truman... Read More

Are those champagne corks or cannonballs flying over Collins Avenue?A turf war is brewing in Miami as three of the nation's hottest hoteliers—Ian... Read More

Having put aside its days of collegiate carousing, Fort Lauderdale, once the ultimate spring break destination, is finally all grown up. Where best to... Read More

Craig Robins, one of the mavericks responsible for the South Beach renaissance of the last decade, is now masterminding a new Miami neighborhood on... Read More

Life in Naples is quiet and gentle. People eat early and drive courteously. Vic Damone and Frank Sinatra can always be found on the radio. There are art... Read More

Rocco DiSpirito, star of NBC's The Restaurant, filmed the reality show in his kitschy Manhattan trattoria, Rocco's (12 E. 22nd St.; 212/353-0500; dinner... Read More

A fundamental axiom of the Family Vacation holds that if the kids have a good time, then the vacation is a success. This is more or less true, and yet,... Read More

The four hurricanes that tore through Florida and the Caribbean last fall left many hotels and resorts with a daunting schedule of repairs and recovery... Read More

After a spell of overexposure, the unofficial capital of South America has been officially reinstated as a high-wattage, high-profile American urban... Read More

An opportunity to buy a piece of history doesn't come around often. That's why the condominium conversion of the famed 1926 Brazilian Court hotel— the... Read More

When I was a high school kid in the early seventies, I knew Miami as an insular, culture-free zone of jeeps, camping in the Everglades, scuba diving,... Read More

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