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Normandy Travel Guide

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Three-Day Drive in Normandy

This classic itinerary takes in the best of Normandy—from historical sites to harbor towns—in just three days.

Exploring France's Northern Coast

Long a favored resort of the Parisian elite, the Côte Fleurie, on France’s northern coast, is shedding a bit of its formal reserve. T+L finds...

My Favorite Place: David Sedaris

The comic scribe tells Dani Shapiro about his attraction to the bucolic roads and rivers of deepest Normandy.

Norman Conquests

A faded photograph links an American college campus at the height of World War II with the summer retreats of France's intelligentsia—and the textured history...

World's Most Beautiful Buildings

Take a tour of the world’s most beautiful buildings, from Alabama to India.

Letters | February 2011

The Great Big Easy At last, an article that captures the ambience and spirit of New Orleans. Thomas Beller’s piece was a delight for this...

Ask T+L: River Cruises in Europe, Small Hotels on Maui, and Hidden Airline Fees

Q: My husband and I want to spend a weekend in Manhattan. Where are the best new places to stay and eat? —Alison Carter, San...

4 Bike-Friendly Cruises

Now you can pedal your way through the European countryside with Ama Waterways (amawaterways.com), which carries 30 bikes on each of its six European vessels...

Ines de la Fressange’s Paris Shopping Tips

T+L taps French model, designer, and author Ines de la Fressange for her Paris shopping tips.

Ode to the Never-Ending Packing List

People extol the virtues of a concise packing list, but after years of trying, our columnist is ready to throw in the towel (and five...
HOTELS

Château La Chenevière

An 18th-century former residence set in expansive gardens. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Auberge de l’Abbaye

Enjoy a quiet, delicious lunch just down the street from the town’s church. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Normandy American Cemetery

No matter how jaded you are, you just have to cry, seeing those crosses stretch into the horizon. more ›


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