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04/14/2014 06:30 AM
6 ways to experience Punjab
From temples so gold they'll make your eyes water, to food you'll be longing for days after it hits your lips, Punjab is India at its colorful, lively best.

04/18/2014 08:28 AM
What shocked Bourdain in Punjab
Find out what Anthony Bourdain had to say about his recent trip to India. Tune in to Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST

04/18/2014 08:29 AM
'Fantastically luxurious' in Vegas
Truffles and caviar and foie gras! Oh my! Tony enjoys the spoils of one of the villas at Caesar's Palace. Sun. 9p ET/PT.

04/18/2014 08:48 AM
Experiencing Native America
Modern American Indian culture is thriving in galleries, powwows, film festivals and restaurants. Here are some of the best places in the United States to experience Native America.

02/06/2014 07:23 AM
50 states, 50 spots to visit
The coasts get all the glory in the United States, but there's something fun to do in each and every state. Yes, every state. Check out our gallery of travel suggestions for 2014 and share your own.

04/01/2014 07:51 AM
15 best U.S. spots for kids
The 15 best attractions for kids all have something in common: they're fun for adults, too. The top 15 were announced Tuesday as part of Gogobot's Travelers' Favorites awards. See if your favorites were included.

04/17/2014 08:30 AM
The world's longest bridges
No river is too wide for the incredible feats of engineering that are the world's longest bridges. Would you dare to drive or hike across these gorgeous human-made and natural bridges?

03/07/2014 02:37 PM
10 record-setting natural wonders
The natural wonders of the United States are beckoning to us as the country thaws out. Tallest, highest, hottest: Here are 10 record-setting sites.

02/06/2014 06:54 AM
Blood Falls and more natural oddities
Earth never stops surprising us. Every corner of the planet offers some sort of natural peculiarity with an explanation that makes us wish we'd studied harder in junior high Earth science class. Here are some favorites.

02/06/2014 07:02 AM
Never a typical night for police
Officer Jeanet Franklin works the shift from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. at Atlanta's airport, where there's never a dull moment.








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04/20/2014 12:00 AM
Star-studded cruises: Set sail with celebrity guests
Celebrities are cruisers too. Check out these sailings featuring noteworthy names.
04/18/2014 01:00 AM
Beautiful beaches with rugged cliffs
These beaches around the globe feature rugged sea cliffs, adding drama to their natural beauty.
04/18/2014 01:00 AM
Sexiest swim-up bars in the Caribbean
It's actually OK to fall off the bar stool at these Caribbean waterlogged bars.
04/18/2014 12:41 AM
10 best cooking school vacations
Bring back a souvenir from your next vacation that you can savor for years.
04/18/2014 02:28 AM
Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites
For World Heritage Day, take a photo tour of 100 of the most beautiful and interesting sites.
04/18/2014 11:03 PM
Rick Steves: What's new in Italy in 2014
Travelers need up-to-date information to travel smart, saving both time and money.
04/19/2014 05:03 AM
The USA's best barbecue chains
These chains grace parts of the country that might otherwise not have access to great barbecue.
04/17/2014 07:41 PM
10 best cycling towns in America: Readers' Choice picks
Davis, Calif., was voted the USA's top cycling town in 10Best's Readers' Choice contest.
04/18/2014 02:31 AM
Last chance to vote for the best golf destination
You have until April 2 to vote for the 10Best Readers' Choice Best Golf Destination.
04/02/2014 01:15 AM
Win a trip for two to Napa Valley
Enter to win a free trip and gourmet dinner at the Culinary Institute of America.

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04/18/2014 05:09 AM
Name that airport ...
Here is this week's "name that airport" photo.
04/18/2014 03:48 AM
Happy 85th: LOT adds 'RetroJET' livery to Embraer E175
LOT brings back historic livery to help celebrate its 85th anniversary.
04/16/2014 10:49 PM
Korean Air A380 dings 2 light poles while taxiing at LAX
No one was injured when Korean Air A380 was guided onto a too-narrow taxiway.
04/17/2014 04:57 AM
Spirit responds to 'most-complained about' label
Spirit offers a rebuttal of sorts in a letter from its CEO and in a $24 discount.
04/17/2014 04:53 AM
FULL TEXT: Spirit CEO on 'most-complained about' label
The full text of Spirit CEO's letter responding to the 'most-complained about' label.
04/17/2014 12:55 AM
Why high oil prices are actually good for airlines
Airlines have overhauled how they operate to adjust to the new reality of expensive fuel.
04/15/2014 07:32 PM
Southwest workers to get record profit-sharing payout
Workers will share in a record $228 million profit-sharing payout year this year.
04/17/2014 01:15 AM
Will you find these new seats on your favorite airline?
The 2014 Aircraft Interiors Expo showcased a wide range of designs for airplane interiors.
04/16/2014 05:12 AM
US Airways: No one fired for 'honest mistake' on lewd photo
The company is showing some heart to the employee who mistakenly sent the image.
04/16/2014 04:59 AM
FAA eyes fine for Hawaiian on 767 plane inspection
The FAA said Monday it is suggesting a fine of $547,500 for the Honolulu-based airline.

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04/15/2014 10:42 PM
For $10,000, buy part of a Hard Rock hotel
The Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs is seeking investors
04/14/2014 01:29 AM
Hotels join the fee-for-all party
The lodging industry is turning to customer-unfriendly policies, including "gotcha" add-ons.
04/09/2014 01:13 AM
10 hottest hotels in Miami
Many of the most desirable party destinations are in the city's gorgeous hotels.
04/16/2014 01:13 AM
Send us your photos of hotel key cards
Key cards are the newest trend in souvenirs. Snap a photo of your favorite and tell us the story behind it.
04/18/2014 02:33 AM
10 most romantic hotels in Savannah
Get away with someone special this spring with a stay at one of Savannah's romantic hotels.
04/11/2014 05:51 AM
Marriott's loyalty program ranks No. 1
J.D. Power survey considers account management, point redemption and customer service.
04/10/2014 03:38 AM
Vegetarians (and vegans), this hotel website's for you
VeggieHotels lists 500-plus no-meat-allowed hotels in 60 countries.
04/09/2014 03:24 AM
Hotels offer Tax Day relief
Hotels offer deals, discounts, and deals for taxpayers.
04/09/2014 01:14 AM
10 best spring hotel packages
These hotels offer exciting spring getaways with discounted rates and special offers.
04/01/2014 03:59 AM
Non-refundable room rules leave some hot about hotels
Should hotels offer a courtesy cancellation window and a room credit, when plans change?

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04/18/2014 02:13 AM
New Mexico: A land enchanted by chile peppers
They're more than "just a condiment" —they're a way of spicing up life.
04/18/2014 01:21 AM
Five remarkable, endangered spots you should know about
Preservationists spotlight endangered sites for World Heritage Day.
04/17/2014 01:00 AM
10 most disappointing destinations in the world
These popular but disappointing destinations are more letdown than must-see.
04/18/2014 11:03 PM
Rick Steves: What's new in Italy in 2014
Travelers need up-to-date information to travel smart, saving both time and money.
04/18/2014 11:00 PM
Hip hotels harvest honey with on-site apiaries
These hotels housing bees incorporate honey into dishes, drinks, spas and souvenirs.
04/19/2014 05:03 AM
A chocoholic's guide to the Caribbean
Not many things trump an island getaway. Here's one that does: a chocolate-filled island getaway.
04/19/2014 05:03 AM
The USA's best barbecue chains
These chains grace parts of the country that might otherwise not have access to great barbecue.
04/17/2014 07:41 PM
10 best cycling towns in America: Readers' Choice picks
Davis, Calif., was voted the USA's top cycling town in 10Best's Readers' Choice contest.
04/17/2014 06:21 PM
Easter in Vegas: Best Sunday brunch specials
Welcome spring and enjoy the holiday with these spots for eggs, vegetables, ham and more.
04/18/2014 01:00 AM
Sexiest swim-up bars in the Caribbean
It's actually OK to fall off the bar stool at these Caribbean waterlogged bars.

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Latest Travel News from the New York Times


NYT > Travel

04/18/2014 02:03 PM
In Transit Blog: A Beer Vacation Is On Tap in Chicago
Lagunitas Brewing Company, which will open a facility in Chicago in May, is partnering with the JW Marriott in the city for a “Beercation” travel package.







04/18/2014 12:59 PM
My European Ritual
What compels people to return to the same place or experience repeatedly? Answers from nine writers take you to Athens and Berlin, Paris and Granada — and beyond.







04/18/2014 11:27 AM
Pursuits : Stone Lifting as Sport in the Basque Country
Rural sports like wood chopping, hay bale tossing and stone lifting are part of a cultural fabric that’s still visible today.







04/18/2014 11:27 AM
Q&A: Biking Hercules’ Way in France
The historian Graham Robb contends that the ancient route follows the course of the sun at the solstices. Regardless of his theory, the rugged path is a perfect for cycling.







04/18/2014 11:22 AM
Your European Rituals
From England to Iceland, Barcelona to Warsaw, here are special spots Times readers like to visit more than once.







04/18/2014 10:23 AM
In Transit Blog: Sheraton Expands Its Club Level Service
Sheraton Hotels and Resorts is planning to appoint more than 300 managers to assist guests in its club level lounges.







04/17/2014 02:00 PM
In Transit Blog: A Geneva Hotel Thinks Younger
La RĂ©serve Hotel and Spa in Geneva is offering a rejuvenation-focused program developed by Nescens.







04/17/2014 10:20 AM
Books: Portraits on the Page of Paris, London and Venice
If you’re the type of traveler who likes to go beyond guides to develop a sense of place, one of these recently published or about-to-be-published books could be for you.







04/17/2014 10:19 AM
Personal Journeys: In Lecce, Making Magic With Humble Ingredients
In and around this city in Italy’s heel, a crop of culinary schools and teachers is encouraging travelers to embrace la cucina povera, or “the food of the poor.”







04/17/2014 10:19 AM
36 Hours in Prague
You could spend a weekend in the Czech capital visiting only those places that have opened in the past couple of years. Here’s a guide to get you started.







04/17/2014 08:31 AM
In Transit Blog: A Majorca Trip for Competitive Cyclists
The Cycling House is offering endurance camps for cyclists in Majorca.







04/16/2014 01:29 PM
T Magazine: Travel Diary | Jasmin Shokrian Dives Into the Burgeoning Dallas Art Scene
The designer, whose sculptural clothes draw a strong gallery-girl following, shares snapshots from her recent trip to the Texas city’s art week.







04/16/2014 01:00 PM
In Transit Blog: A Scottish Trail Will Celebrate John Muir
John Muir Way, a 134-mile marked trail that will honor the conservationist, will open in Scotland on April 21.







04/16/2014 10:57 AM
T Magazine: Feeling For | A Bohemian Getaway in the Heart of Mumbai
At Abode, the area’s first boutique hotel, rooms range from small and hostel-like to large and luxurious.







04/16/2014 07:57 AM
In Transit Blog: New Tours of Johnson’s Glass House
Philip Johnson’s Glass House in Connecticut will begin offering self-guided tours.







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NYT > Escapes

03/05/2010 01:42 PM
Paddleboarding in Hawaii: Who Cares About Surf
Paddleboarding while upright means venturing far and wide without having to hunt for waves.
03/05/2010 12:27 AM
The Falcon: A Jazz Haven in a Hudson Valley Hamlet
Away from Manhattan’s urban frenzy, one man’s hospitality has created an intimate stage for top-tier musicians.
03/05/2010 12:28 AM
Breaking Ground: Sound-View Homes in North Carolina’s Waterfront
A waterfront second-home community in Merry Hill, N.C.
02/27/2010 06:01 PM
From Frozen Vines In Ontario, a Sweet Specialty: Ice Wine
The Niagara Peninsula in Ontario is ground zero for ice wine, whose grapes are ready for harvesting in the middle of winter.

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Latest Travel Tips from ESL


Well jaded traveler -- 2014-00-22 12:18
When arriving in a new city, from my hotel room (which I always chose in the middle of the hotel area of the city), I walk to a nearby 5 star hotel. They always have a line of taxi cabs waiting in their drive way. They only allow good taxi drivers to pick up their guests. I don't know what the proce...
Peter Goudge -- 2014-00-22 12:09
Every person who has spent some time teaching and travelling around the world has a taxi story to share. Over the past 30 years or so that I’ve been teaching and travelling (with breaks in between), I can safely say that I’ve heard a taxi story from every continent. I’ve heard some shockers in...
Emily Austin -- 2014-00-04 12:29
Whether you are dealing with forest camping for the first time, or you are a frequent camper, a new outdoor tour will always be very thrilling and scary at the same time, especially if it includes camping within it. If you are planning a tour to India for experiencing ultimate fun and adventure, the...
Sarsjh Patrick -- 2013-11-04 12:58
Wildlife photography is indeed very rewarding, yet challenging when compared with all the other kinds of photography. Getting all the animals together to click the perfect picture can at times be very irritating. You cannot control or order them the way you want and therefore, need to have lots of p...
Jon Cheney -- 2013-06-19 17:49
As summer rolls on through, and we all sit in the office pining for a foreign getaway, regrets may begin to creep in that we didn’t think ahead and book something months ago. Thankfully there are plenty of holiday operators offering last minute holiday deals so you don’t have to miss out on a su...
Cliff -- 2013-06-19 15:59
There is always a part of me that dislikes the environmental impacts of traveling. The use of fossil fuels for transportation, buying food in non-environmentally friendly packaging, the list goes on. Luckily, I've found a couple of ways to make traveling a little easier on the environment. Use these...
Catriona Robertson -- 2013-06-14 16:24
In the current economic climate a holiday can take its toll on your purse strings and leave you longing for your next pay day with fervent vigour. But it really doesn’t have to be this way. There are plenty of bargains to be had if you know where to look for them and how to tweak them to your circ...
Tom Brown -- 2012-10-06 14:17
Being single does not need to hold you back from going on an exciting holiday. Adventure tours for singles, which range from several days to several weeks in duration, are geared toward people who love sightseeing and meeting new friends. Learn more about the three main benefits of these trips. Grou...
Paul Symonds -- 2012-06-23 15:27
Even if you are a teacher and spending the whole year abroad, there are certain travel insurance policies which cover this type of scenario, an example now being the gap year policies many companies now offer. Other types of policy might also be useable but do be sure to check the fine print on the ...
Alan Cassidy -- 2012-06-09 19:34
Do not neglect to clean and maintain your travel luggage if you want to add more years to its life. If you went to a lot of trouble finding an ideal travel bag, you should also go the extra mile in extending its life span. This should not be time-consuming. Here are some simple guidelines on how you...








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