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Check In: Hotel Review: Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles
This storied property, newly refurbished and reopened last year, is the latest player in this city?s lineup of stylish hotels that celebrate Hollywood glamour and history.
Bites: Restaurant Report: Bubbledogs in London
The name of this unusual spot, opened by a married couple last summer, says it all.
Frugal Traveler Blog: Going Vegetarian in Tapas-Happy Barcelona
It takes some digging, but beyond Iberian pork and octopus croquettes lies a vegetarian-friendly version of the Barcelona tapas crawl.
In Transit Blog: Where Do Chefs Eat? 3 Apps Tell You
A spate of new mobile apps has eschewed peer reviews and star ratings, bypassing the masses for the experts: chefs themselves.
T Magazine: Checking In | Escape to Provence
An 18th-century manor in the South of France has transformed into a luxurious 15-room hotel.
In Transit Blog: Walkabout ? 5/20: Dreamliners Lift Off; Post-Sandy Beaches Surveyed
A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.
T Magazine: Travel Essentials | The Fairgoer?s Guide to Venice?s Other Attractions
Where to eat, drink and shop when you?re in town for the Venice Biennale.
Check In: Hotels Warm Up With Local Accents
For guests who like to spend the night in a place marbled with local flavor, these seven properties, from Maine to California, can accommodate.
T Magazine: Chianti by Bike
Each spring, a former professional cyclist leads riders on trips to sample the area?s main attractions: food and wine.
In Transit Blog: In the Shadow of a Fortress, a Moveable Feast
Kotor, a historic city on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro, is more steeped in authentic flavor than you?re likely to encounter in neighboring Croatia.