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Hampshire + the South Travel Guide

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Brighton Beach Memoir

New York–based, Anglo-Irish humorist Simon Doonan sings the praises of Great Britain's most glamorously gritty seaside town.

Baltimore Remembers the War of 1812 + 5 Worst Renditions Ever of 'The Star-Spangled Banner'

After the Battle of Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key was so moved by the American victory over...

Best Civil War Sites

Enlist your troop for a 150th-anniversary trip to the battlefields, museums, and sites that can make sense of the Civil War.

Grand New Park Planned for New York City

Though I haven’t seen any solid poll numbers, I’d wager that the vast majority of New Yorkers have never been to Roosevelt Island. Let alone...

America's Best Neighborhoods for Ethnic Food

In these ethnic neighborhoods, you can eat your way around the world—no passport required.

Hurricane Irene: Grading the Airlines

When Mother Nature unleashes her wrath, there’s not much air travelers can do except wait it out. And, of course, reschedule their flights. But as...

Past Meets Present in Selborne, England

In The Natural History of Selborne, Gilbert White recorded the everyday details of an 18th-century English village. More than 200 years later, Verlyn Klinkeborg makes...

New Festival Celebrates Retro British Cool

If Mad Men Sunday nights don’t roll around fast enough, perhaps it’s time to hop a plane for Southern England. August 13-15 will mark the...

Boston Residents vs. Tourists On Segways

BOSTON (CBS) |  There’s a battle rolling onto Boston’s sidewalks pitting pedestrians against tourists on futuristic wheels.Residents in the North End have been complaining about...

Cinco de Mayo Savings at One&Only Palmilla

It's Cinco de Mayo today and you know what that means. Yes, that's right, 2-for-1 margaritas at Benny's Downtown Tap Room. No! Think bigger. It's...
HOTELS

Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire

The 133-room Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, housed in an 18th-century Georgian manor house, is sure to please country and city mice alike. The former will be impressed by its urbane sophistication (the... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Little Chef

The Chef: Heston Blumenthal’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Fat Duck, in Bray, Berkshire, is a perennial favorite on acclaimed “best restaurant” lists and is famous for unusual... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Colossus

Brace Yourself: Sure, Britain’s mostly dreary climate can seem like a strange choice for a theme park, but this roller coaster, built in 2002, still holds the record for number of inversions:... more ›


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