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A Parisian Boîte in Montreal—Mais Oui!

Is Montreal really the “Paris of the North?” Sitting in a tiny new bistro called Barroco on the western edge of the city’s old town,...

ACLU Sues Feds To Stop Border Searches of Non-Suspicious Laptops

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit challenging the federal government's right to search the contents of laptop computers at border crossings when...

Affordable Alternates to Expensive Retreats | T+L Family

Affordable alternatives to the blockbuster getaway.

Affordable Seaside Inns

These 15 inns deliver front-row seats to the prettiest U.S. shorelines without breaking the bank.

Denver Debuts Nation's First City Bike-Share Program

The last time I visited Denver I fell in love with Little Man Ice Cream (or, rather, its banana chocolate chip frozen custard, with a...

World's Top Waterfront Cities

“On the waterfront” in these cities means vibrant markets, spontaneous performances, and happening social scenes.

Where to Cruise in 2010

What are the most exciting ports and itineraries this year? We asked seven cruising experts from our A-List of travel agents for their picks.

World's Top 50 Hotels

Luxury and value can coexist, as Travel + Leisure learns in our ranking of the world’s best hotels.

London's New East End

Among the historic (and historically hardscrabble) corridors of London’s East End, a new energy has taken hold, marked by the efforts of trendsetting artists, designers,...

Scenic Views from Airplane Windows

Nab a window seat and get a unique perspective on the world. Here’s some inspiration.
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