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TODAY Show: Spring Break for Baby Boomers

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy From drag-racing in the desert to witnessing the Grey Whale migration in Baja,...

Best Affordable All-Inclusive Resorts

All-inclusive resorts that deliver surprising luxuries, service, and cuisine at an affordable (and predictable) price.

Vacationist: Sonoma + Thailand + Mexico

Truth be told, we’ve been obsessing over the Farmhouse Inn—in Sonoma, California’s Russian River Valley—since the property’s renovation in 2009. And now that Vacationist is...

Q+A: Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste Talks Travel

Members of the band, from left: Ed Droste, Chris Bear, Chris Taylor and Daniel Rossen Ed Droste—front man of the Brooklyn-based indie-rock band Grizzly Bear,...

World's Best Hotels 2011

The results of Travel + Leisure’s annual reader survey are in! Which are the world’s best hotels of 2011?

World's Most Scenic Cruises

From coral reefs to calving glaciers, set sail for gorgeous views on the world’s most scenic cruises.

Outrageous Hotel Perks for Pets

Massages, happy hours, and monogrammed towels—for pets. It’s just another dog day at these fine hotels.

¡Viva México!

From La Paz to the Yucatán, a bevy of new courses

Santiago's Soho

A handful of galleries, cafés, and smart boutiques have turned once-forgotten Bellas Artes, a leafy neighborhood east of downtown Santiago, into a haven of creativity.

Santiago Cleans Up

Once merely a gateway to Chile, the South American capital is undergoing a stylish—and environmentally sound—transformation.
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