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FOXX HOLES? Comedian Jamie Foxx's portrayal of Ray Charles in the movie Ray has made him an early contender for an Oscar, but it was a golf movie that... Read More

When you travel into nature, finding an eco-lodge or eco-friendly resort is becoming easier and easier. But what happens when you travel through America... Read More

In the brief months since President Obama was elected, his daughters, Malia and Sasha, have visited the Eiffel Tower and the Kremlin, strolled the... Read More

Fairmont ScottsdaleScottsdale, ArizonaThe Deal: Ultimate Three-Day Golf Getaway: three nights in the just-renovated hotel; three rounds per person, at... Read More

See our slideshow of the 45 Best New Hotels of 2009.In compiling Travel + Leisure’s fourth annual It List, our editors once again visited hundreds of... Read More

Riding Arizona Learning about Native American culture is part of the fun at Phoenix's Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa, located on 2,400 acres... Read More

How to pave the way to Brady Bunch bliss?More and more parents finding love the second time around are turning their honeymoon into a ... Read More

There's nothing like the words children's theater to cast a parent into the slough of despond. You think cheesy sets and costumes, simpleminded scripts,... Read More

See our slideshow of 6 Great Hotel Boutiques. Read More

See our slideshow of The Hottest Hotel Rooftop Bars.Take an outdoor rooftop pavilion, add a sleek, see-and-be-seen bar, a sparkling pool, and stellar... Read More

Whether you're headed to St.-Tropez or Santa Cruz this summer, there's a sunscreen tailor-made for your travel plans YOUR DESTINATION: A sail to the... Read More

Like so many other artists, Frank Lloyd Wright couldn't help but be seduced by blank space. In 1937 he opened an outpost of Taliesin—his busy studio and... Read More

Are you the sort of traveler who always arrives at the airport three hours early and then stews because you can't board the plane until a half-hour... Read More

What would childhood be without dreams of banana splits—the ultimate reward forsurviving the school year, passing the final exam, winning (or losing)... Read More

Arizona is no place for people who think small. This isbig, wide-open country. In a drive around Sedona's red rock region you'll passlooming mesas,... Read More

In a 1940 American Magazine article entitled "Camps of Crime," FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover waged something of a war against motels, which he labeled "a... Read More

We have just arrived in San Francisco for the weekend, and the desk clerk at the game-themed Serrano Hotel invites us to roll the dice for an upgrade.... Read More

We eat many of our 30 billion—plus burgers a year as Slyders, Hockeyburgers, or Liplockers at places like Bob's Big Boy or In-N-Out Burger—or hot off... Read More

A bubbly 44-year-old given to patches of intense earnestness, McKay said that eight hours of pampering and nourishing my "honor and respect" would send... Read More

Everyone in Phoenix is either trying to relax, or in the middle of relaxing, or reflecting on some recent attempt to relax. You hear the word constantly... Read More

It's Saturday night at the lobby bar of the James Hotel, and two clean-cut, square-jawed guys in plaid shirts are hoisting bottles of Corona Extra as a... Read More

Need more Merlot in that Médoc?New barrel-blending programs around the country let oenophiles fine-tune wines to suit their own palates. During a two... Read More

Beginning this month, fans of Frank Lloyd Wright will finally be able to visit the residential wing of Taliesin West (12621 Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.;... Read More

BostonEmerge Day SpaThough only open for a short time, Newbury Street’s Emerge spa has already established itself as the go-to place for relaxation.... Read More

To toast the New Year—and with it, dreams of an improved you—we've come up with a few suggestions, at home and on the road.—Lauren David Peden1 LOSE... Read More

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