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New York's Best Restaurants | 2000

From neighborhood "in" spots to outer-borough epiphanies, from hot dogs to haute design, from kimchi to caviar—here's the skinny on where to eat in this...

Taking the Plunge

Jetting off on the spur of the moment used to be strictly for high rollers. Now, thanks to the Web, it's easy—and cheap. At Niagara...

Upgraded Airline Packages

Airline vacation packages have always been great values that are easy to book. Lately, though, airlines have realized that many travelers don't want to be...

London by Design With Paul Smith

The London fashion designer leads the way to his favorite flea markets, museums, secret gardens, and the hotel he considers heaven on earth

Great American Road Trips: Corn Field Mazes

In mid-August, I spot an intriguing item in the newspaper: to supplement their incomes, dozens of farmers across the country are planting corn in the...

Scrapbooking Your Vacation

Every journey is a scrapbook waiting to happen.

T&L Reports: Volcanic Visits, Top-Notch Tissues

Toast of the coast Cornwall's just-opened Hotel Tresanton — a former yachting getaway — has a pedigree that's irresistible to royal-watchers, food lovers, and design...

On Set in Cuernavaca, Mexico

On the film set of this season's The Blood Oranges, novelist A. S. Byatt takes in the sensual charms of Cuernavaca and its colonial world

Art History Classes at Oxford

Studying art history—for one glorious week—at one of England's top universities
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