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Letters | February 2012

Eating Up Marrakesh My wife and I spent five days in Marrakesh last spring [“Best Restaurants in Marrakesh,” December]. Our best meal was at Riad...

America's Best Cities for Nightlife

Are they noisy, or just a really good time? Travel + Leisure readers voted on which cities can crank up the nightlife.

America's Best BYO Restaurants

How can you cut your restaurant bill and enjoy great wine? Bring your own booze to one of these great BYO restaurants.

America's Best Comfort Foods

Cutting-edge cuisine has its place, but sometimes you just want a hearty meal with your favorite comfort foods.

Dr. Ruth Launches "Date Nights D.C."

Washington, D.C. is getting a different kind of stimulus package this month—one spearheaded by the newly-appointed Secretary of Love and Relationships, Dr. Ruth Westheimer. The...

World's Scariest Train Rides

Steep climbs, creaky trestles, and cliff-hugging curves are part of the ride on these rail routes.

Washington, D.C.’s Best New Hotels

Skip the inauguration, but come after and experience the changes in D.C.’s new—and new-look—hotels.

Great American Beaches

The best U.S. beaches—from tranquil to clubby, and from terrestrial marvels to watery wonders.

What’s New in Washington, D.C.

In a city rife with contrary opinions, few subjects have ignited as much controversy as the location of the National World War II Memorial (202/426-6841;...

Washington, D.C.: Where to Stay

The Hip Refuge The intimate scale and quiet location—on a side street in Dupont Circle—give the stylish Hotel Madera (1310 New Hampshire Ave. NW; 202/296-7600;...
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