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Sydney's Olympic Game Plan | 2000

Residents clearly remember the moment in 1993 when IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch declared that the host city of the 2000 Olympic Games was "Sidd-ay."...

European Markets

Buttery croissants?Fish roe in a tube?Four food experts reveal their favorite marchés—and what you'll find there—in London, Rome, Paris, and Stockholm.

The 25 Best Golf Books Ever

TRAVEL + LEISURE GOLF's definitive library of the game's all-time greatest reads

Hong Kong's Next Act

As it looks to the future, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations is grappling with economic woes, the potential return of SARS—and an...

London's Indian Food

Hooray for Bollyfood: in London, a new wave of Indian restaurants is raising curry, biryani, and vindaloo to a higher level. Peter Jon Lindberg samples...

T+L Reports: Star of India: Bangalore

Long beloved as India's Garden City, Bangalore is suddenly hotter than chicken vindaloo. Having been recently dot-commified into an IT hub (earning it the moniker...

Ask T+L: Heathrow Country House, Russian Cruises

What country-house hotels are in close proximity to Heathrow?We have a one-night layover, and we want to be pampered on our last night in Europe....

The Best Shops in London

From the Cotswolds to Cornwall to the Lake District, new (and newly updated) hotels are redefining tradition—in their looks, their menus, even their manners.

The Longest Day

Seventy-two holes. Carry your own bag. Hole every putt. Finish before dark.
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