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Sodas from Across the U.S

THE UNITED STATES OF SODA Coca-Cola and Pepsi may be skyscrapers on the soda landscape, but regional soft drinks bubble on in nearly every corner...

Book Reviews: Historical Landmarks, Day-Glo California

Ask 100 people to name their favorite place, and you'll get 100 different answers. Ask 28 prominent U.S. historians, and you'll get American Places (Oxford...

25 Stylish U.S. Hotels for Under $200

Style doesn't have to come at a price. In 21 cities across the nation, we found 25 hotels where sophisticated design and great value go...

Visiting Bhutan

Forty years ago, Bhutan had no currency, no phones—and no tourists. Now the modern world is at its doorstep. Alan Brown visits a Himalayan kingdom...

The Caribbean's Hottest Spas

The Caribbean spa scene is heating up, and it's like nothingyou've seen before: sugarcane body scrubs, dolphin therapy, and yoga on some of the world's...

Travel Safety Updates | 2001

Before traveling, we encourage you to check the links below for the latest updates from airports, airlines and governmental agencies.

Lebanon: Paradise Lost

At one time Lebanon's mountain resorts were a magnet for much of the Middle East.In the hills above Beirut, Muslims, Christians, and Jews gathered for...

Rocky Mountain Region

Ask Mark Hill Stations in the U. S.? By Mark Orwoll Mark Orwoll, seasoned traveler and T&L Managing Editor, is here to help you with...

Kathmandu Re-discovers Itself

For years, travelers have come here to find themselves. Now Nepal's capital is doing the same

Taste of the Future

Roll over, sushi. Intrepid gourmand Anya Von Bremzen uncovers five global cuisines that will soon be stepping up to your plate.
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