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Rotisserie Chicken: The seductive aroma of spit-roasted chicken has three food capitals in a spin. On Manhattan’s Upper East Side, at the new Rôtisserie... Read More

Jaxson’s Ice Cream Parlor, Dania Beach, FL: Alongside an endless array of vintage kitsch (turn-of-the-20th-century license plates; displays of retro... Read More

“Darling, it’s detox or retox,” Kathryn Ireland had told me when she tried to explain the purpose of the retreat, her plummy English accent emphasizing... Read More

Video: Tour Paris’s Shangri-La HotelThe first tip-off came upon my arrival: a pair of oversize Ming dynasty–inspired vases flanking the Belle Époque... Read More

“Marseilles, for the French, is a bit like Marmite is for the English,” says Matthieu Gamet, the director of Kulte, a Marseilles-based sportswear... Read More

We probably should have started with one of those outings that have introduced so many generations to the city: a bateau-mouche ride on the Seine,... Read More

Sustainability“People want to create spaces that tell their story,” Global Vision Awards jury member David Gensler says. “They want to be direct and... Read More

Julia Child’s kitchen in Provence is a square room with pale yellow walls, unusually tall counters, and dark emerald-green and brick-red tiles. The... Read More

See the T+L Insider Video: Upper MaraisLast fall I was struggling to finish writing a book about Paris, a memoir recalling five years in the early 1990... Read More

Style, in a way, functions as a kind of sociocultural GPS, a psychic location finder. You can tell you’re in Paris, of course, because that’s the spire... Read More

Whether you’re navigating vintage markets or the latest boutiques, shopping in the world’s fashion capitals can be overwhelming. T+L pounded the... Read More

See More “Shop Like a Local” GuidesFrench StyleOur Paris correspondent breaks down three quintessential looks.Pour Madame: Cobblestoned streets are hell... Read More

We were in the middle of the woods when I began to comprehend the French passion for order. My wife and I were walking through the gently undulating... Read More

Built in 1870, the cliff-edge saltwater swimming pool of the Hotel du Cap Eden-Roc in the south of France has been the centerpiece of that fabled... Read More

// Related:More Travel Tip VideosParis’s Next Great Neighborhood: The Haut MaraisBest Hotels in Paris Read More

Top 10 Hotels Overall: City1. The Peninsula, Hong Kong 98.782. Wentworth Mansion, Charleston, South Carolina 98.673. The Peninsula, Bangkok 98.314. Four... Read More

Top 10 Hotels Overall: City1. Park Hyatt, Milan 98.952. Stafford London by Kempinski 98.403. Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest 98.074.... Read More

"I'm not attracted to hotels just to make a design statement," veteran couturier Christian Lacroix explains as he sits on one of the beds in his newest... Read More

North AmericaIconic HikesOur top picks for tackling some of the most scenic U.S. landscapes.Yosemite National Park, California: On the Yosemite Walking ... Read More

See our slideshow of 10 Amazing Bridges.They are a marvel of engineering. Their function is purposeful yet poetic. And they’ve inspired musicians,... Read More

See more Best Places to Eat Like a LocalChez Aline: Choose your own fillings or defer to chef Delphine Zampetti for a deceptively simple baguette... Read More

See 100 Places to Eat Like a LocalFarinata, Genoa, ItalyLiguria’s beloved equivalent of the French socca is a thin, pizza-like pancake made from... Read More

When my mother and father fell in love, in the summer of 1967, they took off for Provence. They were in Switzerland at the time, and both 21 years old.... Read More

When we were 11 and 13 years old, our parents dressed us in neckties and blazers and marched us to a French restaurant in our hometown, Charleston,... Read More

Across EuropeAbercrombie & Kent VillasBest For: Excursions; local staff; user-friendly websiteFive decades of experience as a luxury travel operator... Read More

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