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Letters | December 2006

When I opened your 35th-anniversary issue and turned to the T+L covers from years past [September], I was stunned to see your very first cover,...

Ian Schrager's Ambitious Gramercy Park Hotel

With his ambitious renovation and redesign of a New York City icon—the Gramercy Park Hotel—Ian Schrager hopes to reinvent the very idea of the dramatically...

World's Worst Traffic Jams

Exploring these cities by car? Be prepared to sit through some serious traffic jams.

Singapore's Modern Revolution

While efficiency and order have long been national virtues, Singapore’s modern revolution is welcoming the arrival of a cutting-edge art scene, celebrity chefs, mega-resorts, and...

10 Best City Beaches in the World

How to have it all—sun, sand, and sophistication—from Miami to Cape Town.

Travel Technology’s Downside

Technology has made losing your way a thing of the past. But do we really know where we are?

Exploring the New New Orleans

From Faubourg Treme to uptown, T+L discovers the eclectic characters, strange beauty, and authentic local experiences that only the Big Easy can deliver.

Best Places for Holiday Travel

Deciding where to spend Christmas? Here are the year’s hot spots for holiday travel.

World's Best Family Hotels and Cruises

The results of Travel + Leisure’s World's Best Survey are in—don’t travel with kids until you check out our list.

T+L Reports: Venetian Palace of Art

Paris's loss is Venice's gain. After French bureaucracy stymied luxury-goods magnate François Pinault's plan to build a museum in the French capital for his collection...
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