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Frugal Traveler: Global Entry and Company: Worth the Price?
Programs like Global Entry, T.S.A. PreCheck and CLEAR can save you time at the airport ? for a cost. The Frugal Traveler looks at whether paying that price truly pays off.
T Magazine: Feeling For | In Madrid, An All-Organic Menu Meets Striking, Surrealist Design
Mama Campo, a restaurant and market in the old neighborhood of Plaza de Olavide, boasts pieces by 40 designers, including Tom Dixon and Patricia Urquiola.
In Transit Blog: A Maine Lighthouse Welcomes Guests
For the first time, the Cuckolds ? a pair of granite islands a half mile off the coast of Southport Island, Maine ? will be open to guests for overnight stays.
Q&A: Frances Mayes on the Lure of Southern Landscapes
The author of ?Under the Tuscan Sun,? who returned to the South in 2007, talks about islands, swamps and the power of the land.
The Getaway: Snapping Good Photos With Your Phone
A contract photographer for The Times offers his tips, from angles to apps, for getting the most out of your phone?s camera.
In Transit Blog: A Little Night Snorkeling
Sugar Beach, a Viceroy resort in St. Lucia, is offering night snorkeling to guests.
Personal Journeys: All Aboard the Orient Local
Constructing a contemporary version of the old Orient Express route through Europe, the author cuts across the Continent, encountering a variety of personalities along the way.
In Transit Blog: Queen?s Day Becomes King?s Day in the Netherlands
The Netherlands? biggest celebration has a new date and name this month, when the former Queen?s Day, held since 1890, becomes King?s Day.
Pursuits: Chasing Elusive Flowers in South Africa
She envisioned heading out from Cape Town for a few hours and then being engulfed by a rainbow of flowers. Here?s how the trip actually turned out.
Explorer : Ice Climbing in an Alaskan Glacial Paradise
A family trip to one of the least-visited national parks leads to exhilarating climbs and mesmerizing views of white and blue.