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Letters | August 2004

From Budapest to Bali

Affordable, Low-Key Nicaragua

In a country where history is alive and always present, T+L finds well-preserved colonial towns and remnants of the 1970’s revolution, teeming jungles, white-sand beaches,...

First Look: Budapest's New Furniture Museum

Looking for a 28-room palace furnished with antiques from five centuries, Gothic to Victorian?A Baroque castle on the Danube, a division of the Budapest Applied...

Budapest’s Chic Revolution

Hungary’s capital is slowly swapping its Soviet grit for some European brio. On our radar: the 74-room, retro-mod Soho Boutique Hotel (doubles from $130), decorated...

10 River Cruises to Remember

From cozy canal barges in France to five-star floating hotels in China, river cruising is more popular than ever.

Palaces in Hungary: Yours for the Night

Bring your liege, bring your family: Hungary's great houses have opened their doors to guests

6 Cool New River Cruises

Inland routes are expanding on the Danube and beyond.

Tracing the Roots of Rajasthani Music

Tracing the interconnected origins of world music—from flamenco to the blues—Alex Shoumatoff travels to India in search of the Gypsy music of Rajasthan.

Letters | August 2003

From Kentucky to Hungary The next time Jim Larkin takes a road trip, I want to come along ["Country Kitchens," June]. The whimsical account of...
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