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New Year's Eve 2000: Europe's Villas, Castles, & Châteaux

roar into the future--comforted by the past

Alabama's Golf Renaissance

New courses and hotels are adding luster to America's premier golfing road trip, the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail

Fast Talk: Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain, executive chef at New York's Les Halles brasserie and author of the best-selling restaurant exposé Kitchen Confidential, will eat almost anything. He also...

The Best Food in New Orleans

From beignets to boiled crawfish, New Creole cuisine to classic French, Christopher Petkanas uncovers the best restaurants in the Crescent City

Private Club News

AWESOME "A" FLIGHT Scottsdale's Whisper Rock, the only Phil Mickelson design to date, has at least eight members who've played in 2003 tour events. The...

Chips + Putts

Golf Rocks Boulders—architects bulldoze them, blow them up and, every so often, leave them in play. Here are nine rockin' courses that are, not coincidentally,...

The Top Travel Web Sites

Want to book your next trip online? There are 46,800 sites at your service. Don't worry—we've narrowed them down.

The Not So Old West

Hey, cowboy: Beyond the ghost towns and desert roads of Arizona, Catherine O'Neal finds an unexpected oasis of vintage trailers, fusion cuisine, and bohemian style

New Zealand's Millennial Mulligan

At the stroke of midnight on January 1, 2000, a six-foot-ten-inch-tall blind golfer named Christopher Bartlett plans to drive a ball off a harborside platform...

Berlin Rebuilt

Two world wars, one cold war, and a national history shorter than the rest of Europe's—how is a city to cope?Suzannah Lessard investigates the resurrection...
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