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Oregon Turns 150, and Toasts to Itself

Beginning February 14, Oregon kicks off a celebration of its 150th anniversary as a state by showcasing its wines--namely its acclaimed pinot noirs--in a series...

America's Rudest Cities 2010

The least friendly Americans tend to live on one coast. But there’s a new champion in the contest for America’s Rudest Cities.

Travel for a Cause: Packages that Give Back

As if you needed another reason to travel, we've found packages that are helping communities worldwide. Hard Rock Hotels, including T+L favorites in Las Vegas...

Letters | September 2010

Second Helpings Ever the foodie, I ate my way through Vietnam this past January, so Peter Jon Lindberg’s “Ultimate Food Guide to Vietnam” [July] was...

Play Away: Watson's Orlando

Tom Watson, course designer, is not nearly as prolific as Tom Watson, course devourer. No army of architects or overlapping projects for him; Watson crafts...

Best Bargain Hotel Rates

Hotel rates have continued to fall in many U.S. hubs during the past year. For the best deals, look to these destinations, where room prices...

Royal Wedding Hotel Packages in London and U.S.

While big, lavish nuptials hold limited charm for me (I eloped, and recommend it for its romance and intimacy), plenty of people are mad for...

So That’s What’s In A Name!

I’ve long had a small problem with the Jolly chain of hotels and resorts. Not the hotels themselves, some of which are very good. I...

World's Strangest Buildings

These odd, eye-popping structures—in England, China, and elsewhere—are worth a detour.

America's Top 100 Golf Communities

TRAVEL + LEISURE GOLF presents the definitive list of the best places to live—and live well
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