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Twitter-Based Maps, Cake, a Gherkin, and More Travel News

- Batter up? Los Angeles’ Cake Museum threatened by budget cuts. L.A. Times  - Dangerous looking French sundial casts pretty cool shadow four times a...

An Intimate Tour of New Zealand

T+L tours the far reaches of New Zealand, where the oysters are plentiful, the road is wide open, and everyone has a story to share.

Driving New Zealand's South Island

A drive on New Zealand’s South Island—with its Lord of the Rings landscapes, superb local wines, and glass-and-timber lodges—is like a visit to another, more...

The 78 Project: Time Travel at 78 RPM

If the Alan Lomax collection had a time travel section, that’s where you’d find the 78 Project. Rather than just observing and preserving present-day culture,...

World's Most Mysterious Buildings

For stories you won’t forget, detour off the beaten path to these mysterious places.

Giveaway: The Keys to NYC

What do the Dalai Lama, A-Rod, Nelson Mandela, Placido Domingo, and countless tourists have in common? They all have keys to New York City. Well,...

New Family Travel Auction Site Launches

FamilyGetaway.com, a new website for value-seeking families, just launched and is offering travel packages at up to 65 percent off retail prices at places like...

Obscura Day: Celebrate Offbeat Travel

Obscura Day, “an international celebration of wondrous, curious, and esoteric places,” is March 20.  Find offbeat treasures in your own hometown, or wherever you plan...

Cycling New Zealand's South Island

Exploring the South Island's sunny Marlborough province by bicycle is the best way to take in the scenery—not to mention the local wines. Here's the...

One&Only Opens in Cape Town

It’s not as if Cape Town, South Africa’s waterfront capital of glamour, needed another notch in its already seriously stylish belt, but when Sol Kerzner,...
HOTELS

French Farm

The hotel also boasts a winery, restaurant, and pizzeria. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Pegasus Bay

Pinot Noir wine and locally sourced food in a garden setting. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Butterfield & Robinson, Walking Tour of South Island

Starting in Wellington and ending in Queenstown, this nine-day tour covers much of the natural landscape of New Zealand’s South Island. The itinerary is built around daily hikes, three to... more ›


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