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T+L Asks: What's your favorite coastal town?

St. Andrews, Scotland. Not just because it's the birthplace of golf, but for the gorgeous castle ruins that sprout up from lush green grass along...

What to do in Louisville, KY

As any Louisvillean will tell you, geography is destiny: happy to be pulled by every point on the compass, this crossroads city has one foot...

Only in New York City: An Insider's Favorite Places

It's a helluva town for families — if you know where to go. Here's our pick of the places and things available virtually nowhere else.

Food Festivals: Maryland, New Mexico, Indiana

At harvest time, small-town America lets loose for a party— and everyone's welcome to crash

Insider: New York Hotels

UPDATED NOVEMBER 2002 At 65,000 and counting, New York has more hotel rooms than most American towns have people. These days, visitors are arriving in...

12 Affordable Winter Escapes

1. ORLANDO The all-suite Caribe Royale Resort Suites & Villas (800/823-8300; www.cariberoyale.com), near Walt Disney World, has nightly rates starting at $129 for two-room units...

Hotel Bars: The Best for Cocktails

If the bed is the heart of a hotel, then the bar is its soul. From the colonial swagger of the Chater Lounge at the...

Ask T+L: Reading Rural England, Tuscan Villa

q. We'd like to go on a literary tour of the English countryside. -- M.W., Denver, Colo. a. If such sites as Virginia Woolf's Knole...
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