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A Writing Retreat by Rail, From Paris to the Côte d?Azur
Could a train trip to the Mediterranean infuse the author with literary inspiration?
In Transit Blog: Butterflies by Bicycle
The Bacara Resort & Spa in California offers guests a ?Bike to the Butterflies? program to see migrating monarchs.
T Magazine: Laure Heriard Dubreuil Designs a Hotel Cabana
The tastemaker behind the Miami retail emporium the Webster has outfitted a poolside space at the St. Regis Bal Harbour in true South Beach style.
36 Hours in Hanoi
During a weekend in Vietnam?s capital, go on a street food crawl, browse the art scene and explore the city?s history.
T Magazine: 12 Accidental Landscapes
Postcards with randomly overlaid images ? byproducts of the printing process that are usually discarded ? purchased at newsstands in Europe.
T Magazine: Going Dutch in Cape Town
Chic organic farms, cowsheds serving fresh-picked herbs and tables made from old electric cable spools. Move over, Brooklyn: the South African city?s artisanal charms are enough to make any New Yorker fall in love.
T Magazine: Italian Modern: The Gallerist Nina Yashar
By championing the work of midcentury masters alongside unusual antiques and cutting-edge pieces, the Milan-based dealer has redefined the experience of design.
Arequipa Journal: Despite Rumors, Not Everything That Towers Is Eiffel?s
In parts of Peru and Chile, famed engineer Gustave Eiffel?s name is linked to many structures he had nothing to do with.
Bites: Restaurant Report: Beluga Loves You in Maastricht, the Netherlands
You may be ready to reciprocate this Dutch spot?s proclaimed affection after a meal there.
Heads Up: London Develops a Peruvian Palate
A dozen or so high-profile Peruvian restaurants have emerged on the city?s dining scene, with more on the way.