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August 30, 2011
  
  
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Travel
TONY PERROTTET, 1599 WORDS
With just a little planning, you can enjoy Rio's delirious natural beauty, its exuberant street life, its exotic fare and all-pervasive music (and live to tell the tale).
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JOHN LEE, 684 WORDS
Though CitizenM's wee rooms may not be to everyone's taste, the new hotel's funky aesthetics, good value and surfeit of extras make it a distinctive designer sleepover.
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HumorTravel
PETER MANDEL, 492 WORDS
Slap on your cheesiest grin, arch those eyebrows, and pat the empty seat next to you. You've got to invite each airline passenger you see to select the seat next to you.
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TravelPolitics-U.S.
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 556 WORDS
From today's perspective, with the United States political leaders anything but United, it may be hard to imagine a time of true bipartisanship. But it did happen during the Second World War. And a visit to Hyde Park, New York can take you back to that time.
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TravelFood & Wine
JOHN LEE, 1292 WORDS
Soak up the suds at one of the many microbreweries in Portland, Oregon, arguably the beer capital of the Americas.
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JESSICA KNOBLAUCH, 652 WORDS
Theme parks worldwide are getting greener.
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TravelHealth
Whenever possible, arm yourself with healthy snacks for the car or plane so that you're not stuck with the limited offerings available at gas stations and airports.
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DALE B. SALM, 638 WORDS
All the essentials for camping with kids.
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PETER MANDEL, 1322 WORDS
The last uncharted frontier? It isn't the Himalayas or the North Pole. It is the terrain that is right under my nose. Early one Sunday I decide that I must be the first: the world's first pedestrian to hike the suburban mall, and come back alive.
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LifeTravel
JASON ZASKY, 1289 WORDS
The International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame & Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee celebrates emergency roadside assistance -- and the men and women who provide it.
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TravelHumor
PETER MANDEL, 729 WORDS
A survey found that locals despise British travelers. But do the English deserve their reputation as lager louts?
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EDDI FIEGEL, 1066 WORDS
For some, Costa Brava conjures up visions of package-holiday hell, but consider a visit to the other Costa Brava -- a land of idyllic white sand beaches framed by romantic woodlands and mountains.
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TravelFood & Wine
PETER MANDEL, 2177 WORDS
An insider's tour of pushcart cuisine cuts to New York's core.
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JOHN LEE, 1096 WORDS
The Royal Shakespeare Company's new theater is intimate, with the audience rising above the action rather than away from it: no-one is more than 50 feet away from the stage.
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JULIE MAUTNER, 1245 WORDS
The Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan is not funky, boutique-y, over-the-top-elegant, minimalist, in an up-and-coming neighborhood, loaning iPads to guests or serving the cuisine of a celebrity chef. It is, however, rich in history, centrally located, and reasonably priced.
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ROLF POTTS, 1145 WORDS
The biggest challenges to circumnavigating the globe without luggage weren't logistical so much as they were psychic.
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TechnologyTravel
ETHAN GILSDORF, 1262 WORDS
Nerd nirvana? A video game museum in New Hampshire preserves hundreds of old-school video games, from Asteroids to Zaxxon -- best of all, you can play them
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TravelFood & Wine
JOHN LEE, 1288 WORDS
Hungry for something new? Austin has long been the most progressive city in the Lone Star State. Now even its street food has gone gourmet.
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Travel
BILL O'DRISCOLL, 663 WORDS
America's top 5 bike-friendly cities.
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TravelLife
ROLF POTTS, 1171 WORDS
By far the most important lesson travel teaches you is that your time is all you really own in life.
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