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Gilbert Haroche, Builder of an Economy Travel Empire, Dies at 87
Mr. Haroche was a founder of Liberty Travel, which grew from a two-man operation to the largest leisure travel operation in the United States.
Heads Up: In Amsterdam, Loving Rembrandt Again
Two exhibitions prove the enduring popularity of Rembrandt, who lived and worked in Amsterdam starting in late 1631 and died there in 1669.
The Airline Industry Posts a Giddy First Quarter
One major air carrier after another has reported record profits, the result of lower fuel prices and strong demand for domestic air travel.
T Magazine: At London?s V&A, Defining Luxury ? and Predicting Its Future
A new exhibition at the museum brings together more than 100 gorgeous objects (and contextualizes them).
36 Hours: What to Do in Honolulu
Adopting a slower pace on an island known for frenzied activity, with a hike at dawn, lei shopping and sushi, and a serenade at sunset.
In Paradisiacal Nicaragua, Contemplating a Canal
The largest freshwater lake in Central America and Ometepe, its main island, could be altered forever by plans for a canal to accommodate larger ships.
Next Stop: On Ibiza?s Quiet Side, Seafood Shacks and Deserted Coves
Heading inland, one discovers the overlooked serene places on an island known for its packed discos and megayachts.
In Transit: In England, Soccer Is the Pitch
Opened last month opposite Old Trafford stadium, the home of the team Manchester United, the 133-room hotel is backed by five former Manchester United teammates.
In Transit: A New Take on Tasmania
A new bike tour from Gray & Co. includes rides in the Huon Valley and Freycinet National Park in Tasmania.
T Magazine: Susie Cave?s Seaside Short List for Shopping, Antiquing and Feasting Around Brighton
The former model and wife of Nick Cave, who introduces her first sample collection of clothes this spring, shares her favorite places to shop, eat and drink on the southern coast of England.