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  • 7 Best Spring Destinations in Europe

    Your call: coastline promenades or medieval city squares? Crescents of sea or rolling hills and valleys? Lavender-scented breezes or warm, sea-salt winds? Portuguese pastry? Viennese coffee? Have Europe your way this spring. We reveal seven of the Contine…

  • Savannah B&B Travel Guide

    Savannah may be the oldest city in Georgia (founded in 1733), but it’s far from stodgy. This very walkable port city on the Savannah River lures masses of visitors with its aged architectural treasures, antebellum charm and laidback Southern hospitality.

  • How to Plan the Perfect Montreal B&B Getaway

    Montreal is an incredibly diverse metro, thrumming with art and nightlife and filled with great eats. Contemporary art galleries share blocks with traditional French bistros; vintage boutiques nestle up against edgy design hotels. City parks and wide-open …

  • Marrakesh Morocco B&B Guide

    Radiating outward from its maze-like medina and medieval city square, Marrakesh is a complicated tangle of wonders. Moorish architecture, Islamic history, French flavors, and a distinctly Euro-hippie vibe collide and meld and somehow fit together, like the…

  • The Ultimate Guide to Fall in Vermont

    Fall in Vermont is the stuff of postcards and long-winded travelogues: cool, crisp air that carries the scent of firewood; paper sacks filled with hot cider donuts or maple sweets; long, unhurried drives through a countryside bursting with color. We’re rid…

  • Local's Guide to San Francisco in the Fall

    After two decades of living in San Francisco, one thing has become perfectly clear to me: Autumn is the city's most exciting season. With the warmth of Indian summer in full swing and Karl the Fog keeping his cool clutches at bay, the streets come alive wi…

  • Planning a Perfect B&B Getaway in L.A.

    Los Angeles gets a bad rap. Many tourists say there is no city center; that is simply untrue. Downtown L.A. is thriving—and what's more, Los Angeles has many centers. The trouble is honing down where to stay and where to spend your time. While L.A. c…

  • Paris: Why the City of Light Will Never Fade

    "Thank you for coming. Thank you so much,” said the reception manager at Hotel Mansart when my husband and I checked into the small inn near Place Vendome. The terrorist attacks five days earlier, on Friday, Nov. 13, had killed 130 people. “It's killing to…

  • A Short History of the Venetian Gondola

    I know, I know. You're afraid you'll feel like such a tourist taking a gondola ride in Venice. But did you know the gondola is a floating symbol of Venice? So let's turn this travel cliché into an unsinkable history lesson.

  • 3 Unique Neighborhoods You Have to See in Berlin

    “Berlin is a city condemned forever to becoming and never to being,” said German art critic Karl Scheffler. He may not have meant that as a compliment, but Berlin's near-constant state of evolution since World War II makes it an incredibly exciting place t…