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Footsteps: Searching for ?Anne of Green Gables? on Prince Edward Island
More than 100 years after its publication, the book still pulls fans to its island setting.

Q&A: Exploring Scotland?s Past and Present
Ronald D. Moore, executive producer of the TV series ?Outlander,? talks about finding an ancient house with secret passageways, the best food he?s had in the country and more.

Footsteps: Searching for ?Anne of Green Gables? on Prince Edward Island
More than 100 years after its publication, the book still pulls fans to its island setting.

In Transit Blog: Kayaking to the Jungle in Nicaragua
The eco-tourism company Green Pathways has a new kayaking trip on the Rio San Juan in Nicaragua.

In Transit Blog: Customized Trips from Smithsonian and Audley
Smithsonian Journeys and Audley Travel have formed a partnership to create specialized trips for clients.

Heads Up: Adding Celebrity Sizzle to a London Neighborhood
The Chiltern Firehouse, a new hotel, is drawing boldfaced names and bringing a new buzz to Marylebone.

In Transit Blog: At California Resort, Bees Are a Plus
Carmel Valley Ranch in California will offer several bee-related programs during National Honey Month.

36 Hours in Glasgow
Whether you?re looking for art or music, shops or nature, a cup of tea or a dram of whisky, you can find it during a weekend in this city in western Scotland.

T Magazine: The L.A. Art Invasion
Sun-soaked isolation seems just the thing to spark inspiration. Plus: a primer on Los Angeles?s new artist arrivals.

Frugal Traveler: Readers Respond to Hotel Saving Tips
In a recent column, the Frugal Traveler outlined seven steps for finding good deals on hotels. Here?s a sample of reader reaction, from the creative to the critical.

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Secret seaside escapes for a final summer fling
These sleepy oceanside towns capture the no-frills essence of a classic beach vacation.

Best destination wedding hotels in the U.S. Virgin Islands
Choosing one of the U.S. Virgin Islands for a wedding can pose a happy challenge: each has top-notch hotels and beaches.

New Orleans is for oyster lovers
Oysters are the heart and soul of Casamento's but hardly the only option on a menu full of surprises.

20,000 keys? Quirky hotels around the USA
Why stay at a chain hotel when you can get a little weird for the night?

Cruise ship tours: The elegance of the Scenic Gem
The 128-passenger river ship debuted this summer on the Seine in France.

10Best: Winners revealed in Best Aquarium contest
It seemed to be a case of "bigger is better" in the Readers' Choice Best Aquarium category.

Before summer ends: Find a little magic at Disneyland
"The Happiest Place on Earth" doesn't ever take that title lightly.

Trendy food halls across the USA
Today's urban food courts will wow you with local delicacies, education and entertainment.

TSA PreCheck sets up shop in strange places
From a UPS Store to a chiropractic clinic, application centers show up in unusual locations.

The pros, cons of visiting Japan by cruise ship
A growing number of itineraries are available that visit the country.