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Speaking in Tongues

There are approximately 6,500 living languages; more than half of them are spoken by fewer than 10,000 people. Here, three that you can brush up...

T+L 2006 Women's Travel Special

To check in on the ever-growing number of women on the road, we spent two days at Newark Liberty International Airport, talking with a cross...

3 Great U.K. Side Trips

On the back roads of Wales and Scotland, inveterate bookworm Valerie Waterhouse uncovers three perfect detours that are guaranteed to satisfy any reader.

Connecticut's Litchfield Hills

Just two hours outside Manhattan, Connecticut's Litchfield Hills has become a destination for savvy shoppers in search of antiques, rare books, and one-of-a-kind accessories.

Air Travel's New Departure

Heather Locklear as chief of airfield operations?An unused terminal as the setting for an edgy art installation?Aaron Gell traces our turbulent—and renewed—love affair with airports

Travel Etiquette

Yes, the Grand Tour was better in the old days, before the yahoos took over. Keeping his dignity intact, William Norwich shows that it's still...

The Key to the Keys

Welcome to the Florida vacation of your family's Key lime dreams: snorkeling, kayaking, hammock napping, and, yes, good pie. Our expert 14-year-old guide, Lily, leads...

Visiting St. Pierre and Miquelon in Canada

On a reconnaissance to the last remaining French territory in North America one Francophobe finds he has to give up some Gallic ground

2002 T+L 100 Great Escapes: Outdoors

Editors' Note | Top Ten Trips | Places to Stay | Food | Shopping | After Dark | Mind Body | Outdoors | Culture 80...
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