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Seville Journal: Pillars of Holy Week Processions Put Teamwork and Brawn on Display
Young men known as costaleros, who carry the heavy religious floats that are paraded around during Holy Week celebrations, are the hidden but indispensable elements of the Easter celebrations across Spain.
T Magazine: Soho House Lets the Public in With Turkish Baths
The members-only club will unveil two hammams in its new Istanbul location, established in a 19th-century mansion.
Where to Go Now: Getting a Good View of the Boston Marathon
The race, a ?uniquely Boston celebration,? is scheduled for Monday, April 20, a perfect time to visit.
The Getaway: The Travel Selfie: I Was Here, Give Me a Discount
As hotels and travel sites embrace a trend ? offering selfie packages and contests ? how does that change your vacation?
On the Road: Thoughts at the End of the Road, and a Word of Advice
The writer sums up 16 years of On the Road columns for The Times.
In Transit Blog: Walkabout: More Travel Warnings in Kenya; Luring Tourists to Appalachia
A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.
Footsteps: Searching for Evan S. Connell?s Bohemian Sausalito
The Midwestern postwar novelist made a life in California, where he frequented bars and rubbed elbows with literary lights.
T Magazine: A Cure for the Cacophony
In Beijing, a hotel for guests who want to sleep where they spa.
In Transit Blog: A Paris Picnic, Delivered
Paris Picnic will deliver meals to locations in the city, complete with a baguette and a blanket.
Itineraries: In Atlanta, a Quest to Keep Its Airport the World?s Busiest
The city?s officials say they believe its bustling hub has been crucial to local economic growth and have intensified efforts to attract businesses.