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Michelin's New Era

Chefs returning their hard-won stars, a tell-all book, a controversial New York City guide—mon Dieu!—these are interesting times for Michelin, says Christopher Petkanas

Lima Evolving

Growing up near Lima in the 1960's and returning every year since she left, Gabriella De Ferrari has had an intimate view of the Peruvian...

6 Great Colonial Mexican Cities

Mexico's colonial cities are alive with culture—bustling markets, Baroque cathedrals, and archaeological museums. Susan Morgan delivers the definitive guide to six that are all an...

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.

The Genius of Pinehurst

Follow the Donald Ross Trail from New Hampshire to North Carolina to truly appreciate his subtle brilliance.

Pitch & Pint

Like most everything in Ireland, the country's par-three courses are serious fun.

Affordable European Hotels

The euro may be falling, but not fast enough. So we've done the work for you: T+L scoured 27 cities from Amsterdam to Athens and...

Passage to Pondicherry

Pondicherry, a breezy oasis on India's Coromandel Coast, has the laid-back feel of a college town—one with an ashram, French colonial architecture, and a particularly...

Chips + Putts

Watchmaker Woods Fine wristwatches usually have many moving parts and heavy self-winding mechanisms, which discourage Tour players from wearing them during competition. (Phil Mickelson and...

Rise of the Southern U.S. Spa

Mint juleps and fried green tomatoes aren't the only indulgences found below the Mason-Dixon Line. Spas with an antebellum twist are popping up like kudzu...
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