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T+L Reports: Just Add Water

Don't let inclement weather keep you indoors. BrellaBar (1043 Third Ave., New York City; 212/813-9530), a jewel box of a store on Manhattan's Upper East...

Play Away: Holland's Linksland

In Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum, not far from Rembrandt's The Night Watch, one can find hand-painted Delftware bearing images of ruffle-collared Dutchmen of the late Middle Ages...

Best of Chicago

With groundbreaking urban design and a bumper crop of inventive new restaurants and shops, Chicago may well be the most vibrant city in America today.

To the Highlands!

In the remote and rugged north of Scotland, sheep outnumber people by ten to one—but there's room for all on the region's historic links.

Europe's New Grand Tour

European rail travel has changed since you simply tossed a Kurt Vonnegut novel into a backpack and took off. Peter Jon Lindberg retraces his footloose...

New Irish Cuisine

Forget fusion, French, and Filipino. It's all on offer in Dublin, but the best food in town is Irish through and through

Packing Mentality

Five expert travelers divulge trade secrets, favorite places, and what's in their bags

T+L Reports: Spirited Away in L.A.

While such outsize figures as Ed Kienholz and Dennis Hopper were rallying the Beat generation in 1950's Los Angeles, Edmund Teske was in his Hollywood...

The Dublin Riviera

In Dún Laoghaire and the rugged landscape of the 'Dublin Riviera,' Jamie O'Neill spent his early years—and a recent return visit—rambling through the gorse and...

God Save the Green

How I (almost) qualified for the 2000 British Open and (nearly) rewrote golf history
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