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Grateful Dead Archive Opens in Santa Cruz

The world’s most famous peripatetic band has finally set down some roots. Today, the complete Grateful Dead archive opens at the legendarily laid-back UC Santa...

On the Chile Wine Trail

Winery-hopping in Chile once meant exhausting day trips from Santiago. With the opening of stylish guesthouses and restaurants in the Aconcagua and Colchagua valleys, South...

10 Great Places to Spend Christmas | 2008

The best places to stay, enjoy a holiday dinner, and pick up stocking stuffers, from Bali to Santa Cruz.

America's Best Carousels

No childhood is complete without a whirl aboard one of America’s best carousels. They’re worth ponying up for.

America's Best Little Beach Towns

For travelers seeking casual retreats for sand and surf, these uncrowded and unpretentious spots from Florida to Hawaii make ideal (and affordable) trips.

America's Best Beach Boardwalks

Savor summer at these family-friendly ocean-side attractions from Maine to California.

World's Strangest Vending Machines

From Florida to Dubai, some of the oddest things come out of machines.

Wine-Lover’s Guide: 5 Regions to Visit Now

As the wine-making map continues to broaden, so do opportunities for adventurous wine enthusiasts to beat the crowds. Bruce Schoenfeld points the way to five...

Best Affordable Beach Resorts 2010

There’s nothing like a little sand between your toes. These seaside resorts—all $250 or less per day—promise sun and the simple life.

Ask T+L: Great Food Photos, Cooking Classes, and Restaurant Reservations

Ask an Expert: David Alexander Arnold, Travel + Leisure’s Deputy Photo Editor Q: What’s the secret to great food photography? I often take pictures of...
HOTELS

Termas Jahuel Hotel & Spa

In the summer of 2005, this mountain-clinging resort, originally built in 1912 on a site celebrated by Charles Darwin for its thermal waters and pure air, reopened after a three-year overhaul; a trio... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Asador del Valle

For dinner, head to the nearby Asador del Valle, a rustic restaurant where three chef brothers roast Patagonia lamb whole on the spit. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Viña von Siebenthal

Built to resemble a typical Chilean country house, this oak-and-stone winery is already turning out award-winning wines—after only four vintages. Ireneo Nicora, an artist from Italy who... more ›


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