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Golfing in Cornwall

With rugged courses and a character to match, England's sea-battered boot can give the golfer a swift kick in the pants

5 Top New Zealand Lodges | 2000

Armed with Frette linens and stellar wine lists, five new lodges have opened in New Zealand's finest settings: by lakes, rocky beaches, rain forests, and...

Classic Bermuda

Bermuda is not Caribbean; in fact, it's closer to Nova Scotia than it is to any Caribbean island. Bermuda is not British, even if the...

The Surest of Shaves

Four cities where men are returning to the age-old tradition of getting a close shave

Winter in North Lake Tahoe

Straddling the California-Nevada border in the pine-covered Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe is one of this country's favorite winter playgrounds. The numbers alone are thrilling: more...

The Fine Art of Packing

How the butler does it

T&L Family Travel Tips

cruisin' with mickey The long-anticipated Disney Magic set sail this summer, ushering in a new era of family-oriented cruises. The whimsical ship is a child's...

T&L Reports: Volcanic Visits, Top-Notch Tissues

Toast of the coast Cornwall's just-opened Hotel Tresanton — a former yachting getaway — has a pedigree that's irresistible to royal-watchers, food lovers, and design...

T&L Reports: Paul's Boutique, Chicago Chic, Jamaica Air

in the castle Newly acquired by the luxury-minded Orient-Express Hotels group and grandly fluffed up to the tune of $3 million, the Hôtel de la...
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