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Long Weekend in Bisbee, Arizona

The quirky little mining-town-cum-artists’-enclave at Bisbee, Arizona (population 5,360), beckons bohemian types with its small-town charm, eccentric character, and picturesque mountainside perch, situated about ninety-three miles southeast of Tucson and a stone’s throw from the Mexican border. Here, colorful turn-of-the-nineteenth-century Victorian-style buildings have been creatively reimagined as an eclectic mix of galleries, boutiques, eateries, bars, and B&Bs, while the free-spirited, fringe-culture vibe here sets Bisbee’s no-rush, no-fuss rhythm. The town

Fodor's Week in Travel: Global Getaways

Take your spring adventures abroad to discover emerging destinations or visit old favorites. Whether you want to sample wine in Tbilisi or delicacies in Bangkok, our weekly roundup has you covered. 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Miss Inle Lake, Myanmar Over-the-water hotels and a Jumping Cat monastery might be the only two incentives you’ll need in 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Miss Inle Lake, Myanmar. Food Lover’s Guide to Bangkok Indulge your taste buds in

10 Budget-Friendly Getaways for Spring 2015

What’s the real definition of a spring break? Taking a trip for less than you might expect. There’s no better time of year to find bargains, with a host of last-minute deals as destinations prepare to boost prices for summer. Here are our picks for some of the best buys of the season, whether you want to find discount beachfront stays, take advantage of slashed airfares, or capitalize on the

Long Weekend in Hershey, Pennsylvania

Hershey, Pennsylvania, likes to call itself the sweetest place on earth, and if you’re looking for a small-scale theme park getaway on the East Coast, it will indeed hit the sweet spot. Located in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Hershey is synonymous with chocolate, as it happens to be the place confectioner Milton S. Hershey opened his factory in 1905. Today the town is home to a variety of Hershey–themed attractions, as

Where to Eat in NYC: Spring 2015 Edition

Spring has finally sprung in New York City, which means it’s time to get out and enjoy the best newcomers to the local dining scene. This season, aside from new openings, a couple of old favorites have moved and, in the process, reinvented themselves a bit. Meanwhile, the culinary options are just as diverse as ever, so you’ll be satisfied whether you want the surprising delights of a vegetarian menu

Richard Branson's Virgin Hotels Debut in Chicago

Sir Richard Branson just wants a damn cup of tea. Is that so hard to find? When the 64-year-old tycoon is on the road, the answer, apparently, is yes. “Most hotels don’t serve a decent cup of tea at any hour, let alone after breakfast,” he says. How apt, then, that Branson’s new hotel serves breakfast—and properly made tea—23 hours a day. The 250-room Virgin Hotels Chicago, which opened Thursday,

Around the World With Zynga’s New Game

If you’ve never played Zynga’s mindlessly addicting games (Farmville, Words With Friends), chances are they’ve cluttered your Facebook feed. Now there’s reason to join the movement—the company’s latest release, Words On Tour, takes on a travel theme, while finding a middle ground between Hangman and Boggle.

Over-The-Top Omnia Nightclub Comes to The Strip This Spring

Following on the heels of the world’s swankiest Ferris wheel and a series of other extravagant Las Vegas debuts is Omnia Nightclub, Hakkasan Group’s glitzy new party center at Ceasars Palace. This spring, a cushy rooftop lounge, color-shifting light shows and interactive LED displays will summon ravers everywhere to the multimillion dollar renovation of the outdated PURE Nightclub.

Time Inc. Launches "The Daily Cut" Video Destination

It’s no secret that the small screen is making big waves. Today marks the launch of The Daily Cut, the web’s newest destination for video content from some of the top names in news, entertainment, food, fashion, sports, travel, and more. The new initiative from Time Inc. (T+L’s parent company) is a one-stop on-demand source for the latest video content from People, Sports Illustrated, Time, InStyle, Entertainment Weekly, and our

The New Micro Hoteliers

  A new breed of vacation-rental owners is taking a page from hotels and bringing more polish and professionalism to the industry. Two years ago, when Jeremy Braud started renting out his shotgun house in the Algiers neighborhood of New Orleans to Super Bowl fans, the property was simple and spartan. Braud used his own sheets; he stocked the bathroom with big bottles of shampoo and conditioner. But now that

Beginner?s Guide to Tbilisi?s Burgeoning Wine Scene

People have been making and drinking wine around Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for 7,000 years. Bounded by the Black Sea to the west and the Caucasus to the north, Georgia is perhaps the most exciting newcomer on the international wine scene, with offerings as diverse (500 indigenous grape varieties) as they are distinct (fermentation underground in clay vats called qvevri). Only in Tbilisi, though, can you sample the full

Beginner?s Guide to Tbilisi?s Burgeoning Wine Scene

People have been making and drinking wine around Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for 7,000 years. Bounded by the Black Sea to the west and the Caucasus to the north, Georgia is perhaps the most exciting newcomer on the international wine scene, with offerings as diverse (500 indigenous grape varieties) as they are distinct (fermentation underground in clay vats called qvevri). Only in Tbilisi, though, can you sample the full

Where to Drink in New York City Right Now

It’s never been that difficult to find a good drink in New York City, but it’s so much more fun when there are new places to go and new cocktails to fall in love with. Fortunately, exciting newcomers have opened all over the city in recent months, each one bringing something unique to the city’s nightlife scene. Whether you want to see and be seen, pretend you’re on a Long

Beginner?s Guide to Tbilisi?s Burgeoning Wine Scene

People have been making and drinking wine around Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, for 7,000 years. Bounded by the Black Sea to the west and the Caucasus to the north, Georgia is perhaps the most exciting newcomer on the international wine scene, with offerings as diverse (500 indigenous grape varieties) as they are distinct (fermentation underground in clay vats called qvevri). Only in Tbilisi, though, can you sample the full

Where to Drink in New York City Right Now

It’s never been that difficult to find a good drink in New York City, but it’s so much more fun when there are new places to go and new cocktails to fall in love with. Fortunately, exciting newcomers have opened all over the city in recent months, each one bringing something unique to the city’s nightlife scene. Whether you want to see and be seen, pretend you’re on a Long

Where to Drink in New York City Right Now

It’s never been that difficult to find a good drink in New York City, but it’s so much more fun when there are new places to go and new cocktails to fall in love with. Fortunately, exciting newcomers have opened all over the city in recent months, each one bringing something unique to the city’s nightlife scene. Whether you want to see and be seen, pretend you’re on a Long

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