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Letters | July 2010

Travel Secret I subscribe to five travel magazines and often get frustrated with the fluff out there, but yours is all meat and potatoes. The...

Foreign Influence in Shanghai

In China’s most cosmopolitan of cities—and host of this year’s World Expo—foreign residents have long had a defining role in the culture.

First World Comfort in Third World Countries

The comforts of civilization now await travelers in the most distant corners of the world, but for Shane Mitchell it’s the simple things that matter...

Increasing Improvement in Manila

Weathering Asia's economic woes, the Philippines' capital is coming on strong. Jeff Wise negotiates this mildly chaotic city

World's Best Island Hotels

Don’t leave your next island getaway to chance; stay in one of T+L’s picks for the best island hotels.

World's Best Family Hotels and Cruises

The results of Travel + Leisure’s World's Best Survey are in—don’t travel with kids until you check out our list.

Editor’s Note | July 2007

Beach therapy is how I thought of it, the last time I was supine on a lounge chair planted in the sand. Having spent too...

A-List 2009: The 129 Top Travel Agents

After evaluating thousands of travel agents, T+L has come up with the best in the business.

The World Through Beer Goggles: Oktoberfests Everywhere!

People just can’t get enough of Oktoberfest—from shouting out “Zigga-zagga zigga-zagga hoy hoy hoy!” and singing, “Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, gemutlichkeit!” endlessly (and endlessly, and…)...

Old School

Todd Hamilton has no swing coach, no shrink and no trainer. Just one Claret Jug to defend.
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