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Just Back from South Africa: Hugh Jackman

"Truly beautiful in terms of both the landscape and the spirit of the people."

Urban Walking Tours

Lace up your walking shoes. Below, the best book, audio, and group tours in pedestrian-friendly cities worldwide.

Art Classes in Florence

Florence produced some of the world's greatest painters—from Masaccio to Michelangelo. Charles Maclean enrolls in one of its best-known drawing schools and discovers that it's...

T+L's Global Guide to Arts & Culture 2005

Opera in Provence, chamber music in Norway, Japanese theater in New York: here, T+L's guide to the new season in Europe and across North America.

Kraków's Revolution

As the government returns seized palaces and flats to aristocrats, Poland's second city is undergoing a quiet revolution. But, Peter S. Green wonders, can the...

San Diego in the Spotlight

Emerging from the shadow of its cosmopolitan neighbor to the north, San Diego has come of age. Leslie Brenner plugs into the scene.

Best of Paris

Looking for the ultimate guide to the capital of French style? Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni has done the legwork so you can hit the ground running.

Paddle a Canal

Traffic on the Lachine Canal (Parks Canada, 514/283-6054; www.parcscanada.gc.ca/canallachine), which cuts through the heart of Montreal, began in 1825, but the nine-mile waterway has been...

Baggage Claims

Last fall, the United States ratified the Montreal Convention, an agreement that establishes airline liabilities for injury, delays, and lost or damaged baggage on international...
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