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World's Weirdest Travel Gadgets

Metal-detecting sandals, self-propelled suitcases, and bacteria-disinfecting wands are just a few of the quirky products available to the discerning traveler.

World's Scariest Ski Slopes

Icy crevasses, monster moguls, soaring cliffs, and avalanche risks: for some skiers, these areall part of the fun.

T+L Reports: Alpine Glow

High in the Swiss Alps, two new spas are looking beyond their borders for holistic inspiration. The 136-room Palace Luzern (10 Haldenstrasse, Lucerne; 41-41/416-1616; www.palace-luzern.ch;...

Melting Point

Rescue on high

Pairing Wine with Golf

The connoisseur’s guide to the best of wine and golf

Ask T+L: Tech-Friendly Hotels, Multicity Flights, and Safaris

Ask an Expert: T+L Online Executive Editor Rich Beattie Q: I travel often for work. Can you recommend some tech-friendly hotels? —David Frank, via e-mail...

TRAVEL NEWS: August 6, 2009

Today's top travel headlines: - Hurricane outlook in Atlantic cut to as few as three, NOAA says [Bloomberg]- On-time arrivals soar at O'Hare; credit given...

Letters | August 2009

I really enjoyed Charles Gandee’s story on reinventing the budget hotel. As a twentysomething who likes to travel, I can tell you that Ace’s philosophy...

World's Most Romantic Sunsets

Ten dazzling spots to share sundown—from mountaintops to sea islands and deserts dotted with giraffes.

Festivals Around the Globe

Cinema under the stars in Switzerland, chamber music in Rome, kabuki in New York. It's all here in T+L's guide to the best cultural festivals...
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