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Daily Transporter: Government Goats Hit Bozeman
Four hundred and nine goats arrived by train to Bozeman, Montana, last week for a summer job. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is using the always-hungr... Read More
5 Great Road-Trip Apps
  Planning a summer drive? These five tools—vetted by T+L tech correspondent Tom Samiljan—will help you make the most of every mile. FOR ON-ROAD ... Read More
4 Woody Allen Movies to Inspire Your Next Trip
Magic in the Moonlight, Woody Allen’s latest, takes place on the sun-soaked Côte d’Azur. Will the location steal the scene? It did in these four recent Al... Read More
New Business Class-Only Airline Will Fly Between New York and Paris
La Compagnie, a new business class-only airline that will connect Newark Liberty International Airport and Paris's Charles de Gaulle Airport, was official... Read More
Daily Transporter: Sleep in a Castle Tower
In 1951, the government of Portugal fashioned a hotel within the stone towers and turrets of the 13th-century castle at Obldos, creating the first in a ne... Read More
World's Oldest Maker of Rosé Champagne Pops Up In London at The Goring
Like a scene pulled straight from Downton Abbey, The Ruinart Rosé Salon 1764 pop-up bar at London's historic The Goring Hotel is the perfect place to toas... Read More
Calling All Beach Bums to Tulum
  On the southern tip of the Riviera Maya, Tulum has become Mexico’s most stylish beach destination. The outpost allows for an easy routine, where l... Read More
The Moment: Queenstown, New Zealand
5:24 p.m. It feels much later than it is at Aro Ha Wellness Retreat—45 minutes outside of Queenstown in New Zealand’s Southern Alps. But the afternoon me... Read More
Designer Carla Sersale's Mumbai Inspiration
Carla Sersale’s boutique at Le Sirenuse, the hotel she owns with her family, may be located in Positano, Italy, but it was creative, chaotic Mumbai that s... Read More
Ambronite: The New Travel Super Meal? We Give It A Try
  A Finnish start-up has created a powdered beverage, Ambronite, that they call “the world’s first organic drinkable super meal that fulfills daily nutriti... Read More
Just Back from Charleston: Editor’s Picks
  One of my biggest regrets from my six years living in Atlanta was never hopping in my car and making the drive to Charleston. And last year, after... Read More
London's Clubino Piano Bar Opens to Hotel Guests and Private Members
London's newest members-only lounge, Clubino Piano Bar, is proving to be an exciting option for discerning locals and guests at the Baglioni Hotel London.... Read More
Daily Transporter: Affordable Montreal
The Montreal Jazz Festival runs June 26-July 6. Even with all the big acts—this year, to name a few: Aretha Franklin, Tony Bennett, and Rufus Wainwright—m... Read More
Uber Introduces Cars for Families
You've read the headlines: Uber is being valued at $18 billion. And as a mom of two toddlers living in New York, I think that sounds about right. Why, you... Read More
10 Unbelievable Tours You Can Take Using Google Street View
You need a vacation, but all you can afford is an Internet connection. And you don't live in Buffalo, Cincinnati, or Pittsburgh, three of America's top stay... Read More
Daily Transporter: Secret Prohibition Tunnels
  When Germans settled in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, they—being Germans—began brewing beer. Tunnels dug beneath OTR were intended as ... Read More
National Parks and Adventure Twitter Chat on Tuesday, June 17
Do you love adventure travel? Find out about emerging destinations, safety precautions, packing tips, and more in our Adventure and National Parks Twitter c... Read More
Airline Frequent Flyer Devaluations: The Big Picture
After the recent announcement that United Airlines will shift to a revenue-based frequent flyer program in 2015, it’s important to assess the evolving lan... Read More
Argentina Launches Travel Magazine
Argentina’s tourism board recently launched a glossy publication called Che. No, it’s not a tome dedicated to the country’s famous revolutionary leader Er... Read More
OpenTable Acquired By Priceline for $2.6 Billion
In a deal that closed on Friday, OpenTable was purchased by Priceline for a hefty $2.6 billion—46 percent more than its previous closing share price would... Read More