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36 Hours: 36 Hours in Mendocino County

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Mendocino County

nytimes.com     5+ hour, 3+ min ago

Tall trees, mushroom ice-cream, a Buddhist brunch: the possibilities are endless in this rural slice of Northern California. Ninety miles north of San Francisco, Mendocino County ...

Tacos. Tequila. Telenovelas. Nairobi Embraces Its Mexican Soul.

Tacos. Tequila. Telenovelas. Nairobi Embraces Its Mexican Soul.

nytimes.com     4+ hour, 50+ min ago

In the Kenyan capital, Mexican culture is everywhere, from television to music to restaurants. A primer on the latest global mash-up. On New Year's Eve, as people around the world...

Overlooked No More: Aloha Wanderwell, Explorer and Filmmaker

Overlooked No More: Aloha Wanderwell, Explorer and Filmmaker

nytimes.com     17+ hour, 49+ min ago

By 16, she was traveling around the world behind the wheel of a Model T. Her life of adventure was only briefly interrupted by a murder mystery. Overlooked is a series of obituari...

International Real Estate: House Hunting in     Hong Kong

International Real Estate: House Hunting in Hong Kong

nytimes.com     1+ day, 13+ min ago

Even as world events conspire to dent its prices and sales volume, Hong Kong remains the world's most expensive housing market. The loft-like 1,215-square-foot unit is one of seve...

TRENDING: Hotels and Resorts Ramp Up Sustainability Efforts

TRENDING: Hotels and Resorts Ramp Up Sustainability Efforts

nytimes.com     1+ day ago

For an increasing number of properties, Earth Day is every day. With rising sea levels, higher carbon dioxide levels and plastic bottles glutting landfills and oceans, the issue o...

Tombstone Tourism   s Last Stop, Plot of Your Own in Vienna

Tombstone Tourism s Last Stop, Plot of Your Own in Vienna

nytimes.com     1+ day ago

In the city's Central Cemetery, where Beethoven and Schubert lie, a company is offering music lovers the chance to join them for eternity. Vienna's No. 71 tram leaves from outside...

Notre-Dame, a Cathedral of Imagination and Memory

Notre-Dame, a Cathedral of Imagination and Memory

nytimes.com     1+ day ago

Notre-Dame, a Cathedral of Imagination and Memory Sacred symbol, tourist attraction, beacon for visitors and locals alike: After the fire, writers reflect on the building that has...

Travel Tips: How to Make Friends While Traveling Solo

Travel Tips: How to Make Friends While Traveling Solo

nytimes.com     2+ day ago

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In Stockholm, a Turn to Sharing Homes

In Stockholm, a Turn to Sharing Homes

nytimes.com     2+ day ago

STOCKHOLM -- When Morgane Oleron and her partner parted ways after 11 years -- and one or both had to leave their shared condo -- one of the biggest logistical problems was finding...

An Oasis for Brunch Thrives in the California Desert

An Oasis for Brunch Thrives in the California Desert

nytimes.com     2+ day ago

YUCCA VALLEY, Calif. -- The first time I drove east from Los Angeles to Flamingo Heights, I came to a stop behind a truck with a fairly blunt sticker on its sliding rear window: "G...

Q&A: When it Comes to the French and Food,    You Can   t Make Any Mistakes

Q&A: When it Comes to the French and Food, You Can t Make Any Mistakes

nytimes.com     5+ day ago

The Italian entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti is to open Eataly Paris Marais, his 39th outpost of the popular Italian food hall, in mid-April. Ever since the Italian entrepreneur Oscar...

Check In: Hotel Review: Shinola Hotel, Detroit

Check In: Hotel Review: Shinola Hotel, Detroit

nytimes.com     5+ day ago

With the opening of its first hotel in January, the luxury fashion brand Shinola continues to boost its presence -- some would say omnipresence -- in Motor City. At this year's Os...

At Egypt   s Tourism Gems, Animal Abuse Is an Ugly Flaw

At Egypt s Tourism Gems, Animal Abuse Is an Ugly Flaw

nytimes.com     5+ day ago

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Zone 1 or Group E? Making Sense of the New Boarding Rules

Zone 1 or Group E? Making Sense of the New Boarding Rules

nytimes.com     6+ day ago

Airlines have been toying with boarding plans and line-jumping shortcuts since they began charging for checked bags 10 years ago. Here, the latest changes and how to make them work...

Costs for Boeing Start to Pile Up as 737 Max Remains Grounded

Costs for Boeing Start to Pile Up as 737 Max Remains Grounded

nytimes.com     6+ day ago

In the 22 months that Boeing's 737 Max flew commercially before it was grounded, the jet became the company's flagship as well as an integral part of the global aviation system, an...

Heads Up: For a Seattle Enclave, Isolation May Be Its Salvation

Heads Up: For a Seattle Enclave, Isolation May Be Its Salvation

nytimes.com     6+ day ago

The working-class neighborhood of South Park is hard to reach and affordable. It's also somewhat of an anomaly in one of the nation's fastest-growing cities. South Park, one of Se...

update: At Singapore   s Changi Airport, a New Jewel Shines

update: At Singapore s Changi Airport, a New Jewel Shines

nytimes.com     6+ day ago

The 10-story Jewel, offering visitors a forest, indoor waterfall and more than 280 stores and restaurants, hopes to make the Singapore airport a destination in itself. At first gl...

Yes, We Wrote a Travel Story About the Royal Baby

Yes, We Wrote a Travel Story About the Royal Baby

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Royal baby superfans are beside themselves, and London's tourism industry is ready to cater to travelers besotted by the Duchess of Sussex and infant. For most people traveling to...

An Artist Colony Thrives in the South African Desert

An Artist Colony Thrives in the South African Desert

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Isolated in the Great Karoo, the 18th-century village of Prince Albert is appreciated for its languid charm, Cape Dutch architecture and its food traditions. The main highway betw...

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Marseille

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Marseille

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

The French port city is shedding much of its once-gritty reputation and emerging as a place where ambitious cultural and culinary offerings take center stage. No city divides the ...

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Take on Your Next Long Flight

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Take on Your Next Long Flight

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

The difference between an annoying flight and an enjoyable one usually comes down to one's level of preparedness. For instance, during a long flight, I know I'll be alternately fa...

JetBlue Will Begin Service to London in 2021

JetBlue Will Begin Service to London in 2021

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

JetBlue Airways, the New York-based low cost carrier, announced on Wednesday that it would begin flying across the Atlantic Ocean, from London to Kennedy International Airport and ...

International Real Estate: House Hunting in     Austria

International Real Estate: House Hunting in Austria

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

In Vienna, home prices are rising thanks to a robust economy and a reputation as one of the world's most livable cities. This five-bedroom duplex apartment is on the top two floor...

trending: Cycling Tours, Once for the Hard-Core, Now Offer E-bikes

trending: Cycling Tours, Once for the Hard-Core, Now Offer E-bikes

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

More riders are using battery-powered bikes on group cycling tours, creating their own set of tensions and hand-wringing over the artificial advantage. On a cycling tour along the...

Tech Tip: Organizing Your Unwieldy Photo Collection Is Easier Than You Think

Tech Tip: Organizing Your Unwieldy Photo Collection Is Easier Than You Think

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

It can be a little unnerving to see how these apps have analyzed your pictures. But the software can save you hours and is simple to use. Here are ways to use the programs -- and h...

Demand for Boeing   s 737 Slows as Planes Remain Grounded

Demand for Boeing s 737 Slows as Planes Remain Grounded

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Boeing announced on Tuesday that it received far fewer orders for its 737 jets in the first quarter of 2019 than it recorded in the same period last year. There were 32 new orders...

Looking for a Place in the Sun? How About an Abandoned Spanish Village

Looking for a Place in the Sun? How About an Abandoned Spanish Village

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

RABADE, Spain -- After a decade of working on luxury cruise ships in the Bahamas, Jeff King, 60, and Claudia Weber, 50, decided they'd had enough of Caribbean sun, tourism and mosq...

Travel Tips: The Key to Cheap Internet Service: A Local SIM Card

Travel Tips: The Key to Cheap Internet Service: A Local SIM Card

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

There's an easy way to get zero roaming fees, inexpensive internet service and cheap phone calls when you travel. The trick is the SIM card, a tiny, removable chip, inside your pho...

The 52 Places Traveler: What   s New in Doha? Basically Everything.

The 52 Places Traveler: What s New in Doha? Basically Everything.

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Our columnist, Sebastian Modak, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2019 list. He arrived in Doha from New York City, where he walked from Lower Manhattan to Har...

The Comeback of Trumpeter Swans

The Comeback of Trumpeter Swans

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Bev Kingdon rattles off the names of trumpeter swans and their personalities as if describing her children. Pig Pen was named for her eating habits; 672 cleverly avoided tagging; 2...

Buses and Trains Lack Safety Features That Are Standard Elsewhere

Buses and Trains Lack Safety Features That Are Standard Elsewhere

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Serious train and bus accidents are rare. But when they happen, passengers and their bags have almost none of the protections considered standard on planes and cars. The National ...

A Remarkable Rail Journey Into the Horn of Africa   s Past, and Future

A Remarkable Rail Journey Into the Horn of Africa s Past, and Future

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

We were around 30 miles shy of Dire Dawa, Ethiopia, when the train hit a cow, its impact signaled by an abrupt drop in speed and a sharp judder rippling through the couplings. "No...

The Shed Is Finally Open. Here   s What You Need to Know.

The Shed Is Finally Open. Here s What You Need to Know.

nytimes.com     1+ week ago

Part of what makes this weekend's official opening of the Shed so momentous is the sheer breadth of its programming. Over the course of its inaugural season, the Shed -- the low-l...

This Is What Small Businesses Look Like Around The World

This Is What Small Businesses Look Like Around The World

buzzfeednews.com     2+ week ago

Shopping has never been as easy as it is today through online retailers like Amazon and Alibaba. According Statista, an estimated 2.14 billion people worldwide are expected to shop...

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