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    Trip Guide to Hotel Living in NYC

    • 6 Hotels

    Although hotels with significant residential components are on the rise around the world, living in hotels is still more common in New York City than anywhere else. Whether it's the room service, t... More

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    Trip Guide to Laid-Back Winter Park, CO

    • 3 Hotels
    • 1 Restaurant

    You'll find 3,000 skiable acres across two mountains, arguably more bumps than anywhere else, and it's all just 67 miles from Denver. The resort is as casual, family-friendly, and laid back as you'... More

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    Trip Guide to Lanai, Hawaii

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    From cloud forests to lava cliffs, with fewer than 3,000 residents—and not a fast-food joint or stoplight in sight— Lanai offers a glimpse of what the other Hawaiian islands were like more than a h... More

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    Trip Guide to New England's Shaker Settlements

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    It is the purity of Shaker ingenuity that really makes an impression. The quality of their products combined with the uniquely strange nature of Shaker worship services—the Shakers of the 1700's sh... More

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    Trip Guide to Pristine Cumberland Island, GA

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Activities

    A short ferry ride from the crowded mainland, Georgia’s Cumberland Island is a land unto itself: 17 1/2 miles of pristine woodland, marsh, and beaches, dotted with the occasional historic building ... More

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    Trip Guide to Santa Fe in Winter

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Restaurants
    • 4 Activities

    If you think summer is the only time to visit the Southwest, think again. Winter in Santa Fe means adobe walls frosted with snow and air scented with fragrant piñon smoke. There’s also plenty to se... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Aspen, CO

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Restaurants

    It's the ultimate western ski town, with Victorian architecture rooted in its mining days, a dining scene to rival the coasts', and an international clientele that mixes Milan shopping with mogul-h... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Breckenridge, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    Breckenridge averages 300 inches of the white stuff every year on its four peaks; the recently added Imperial Express chair whisks you to the 12,998-foot summit; and you'll stay in a town with real... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Crested Butte, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    Steep slopes, an Old West main street, and a lack of crowds make Crested Butte one of the state's best sleeper mountains. Getting here takes work, but for those who like to ski hard and relax witho... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Euro-Inspired Beaver Creek, CO

    • 1 Hotel
    • 3 Restaurants

    Beaver Creek offers remarkably varied terrain, impeccable grooming, a compact Euro-inspired village with an ice rink at its heart, and a high level of service for its well-heeled visitors. No other... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Family-friendly Snowmass, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    Arguably America's best family mountain, Snowmass has a vast expanse of terrain that can keep experts and rank beginners equally happy. If your kids snowboard, three terrain parks will keep them fo... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Keystone, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants

    Think of 2,870-acre Keystone, with its three mountains and five bowls, as comfort skiing; there's just enough variety and other diversions (night skiing, tubing, and ice-skating) to offer a classic... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Picturesque Telluride, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants

    It's the West's most picturesque ski town, with well-preserved Victorian architecture flanking Main Street, a lively local populace of trustafarians, and a mountain that can humble even the brave. ... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Steamboat Springs, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants

    It gets a ton of the lightest snow in Colorado, which means day after day of powder skiing on its 3,000 acres, with some of the best tree skiing in the U.S. And the town is changing fast, with new ... More

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    Trip Guide to Skiing Vail, CO

    • 2 Hotels
    • 2 Restaurants

    At 5,289 acres, its size alone makes Vail worth the trip. The terrain is not only vast but varied, with tree skiing galore, miles and miles of groomers, four terrain parks, and six miles of legenda... More

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