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Ireland, Entirely

The only thing better than this new photo book is an actual golf trip to the Emerald Isle

L.A. Street Style

Melrose Heights—a shopper's mecca since the eighties—has turned high-end, thanks in part to Marc Jacobs. Here, a door-to-door guide to the area's top 10 stores.

Find Some Peace and Quiet

Escape the madding crowds at these tranquil hotels, including a Zen retreat and one of Queen Victoria's favorite hideaways

Niagara Rises

Ah, Niagara Falls, Canada's capital of honeymoons and Little White Chapel chintz, home to enough junk culture—wax museums, cotton-candy emporiums and something called the House...

Letters | August 2005

As a collector of Do Not Disturb signs for about 10 years, I have accumulated more than 3,500 from 170 countries and territories. So I...

Reinventing 4 Classic English Hotels

In true keeping-up-with-the-Joneses form, four classic hotels in England's countryside have spruced up—without selling out.

An Off-the-Record Golf Getaway

Traveling golfers are known to do silly things, but these guys can really act out.

Britain's Hidden Kingdom

Wales brings out the child in anyone--nights in private castles, mornings at the seashore, afternoon frolics with lambs and ponies in the endless green

Editor's Note | December 2004

A week ago Monday I was in a car inching through the streets of Bombay, feeling rather lonely and out of touch with my office...

Naming Courses

When naming golf courses, let's strive for less literalism and more lyricism.
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