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Foraging: In Copenhagen, Shops with Studios Attached
Jaegersborggade, a stretch of road in the city?s Norrebro neighborhood, offers outlets where candies, clothes and ceramics are made and sold.
Cultured Traveler: Thailand?s ?Gong Highway?
Along this 21-mile stretch of road in the eastern corner of the country, the soundtrack is the echoing bong of instruments made there.
Check In: Hotel Review: Dusit Devarana in New Delhi
The hotel, on the outskirts of the city, is meant to be a contemporary interpretation of Indian and Thai sensibilities.
Pursuits: In Scotland, Guts, Glory and Haggis
A hands-on lesson in the Highlands involves tearing up organs and stuffing sheep?s stomachs, with tasty results.
Cuba?s Fans in Canada Anxiously Picture an Island Awash in Americans
Many Canadians were lamenting that the thaw between Havana and Washington meant Cuba might soon cease to be an oasis with hardly an American in sight.
In Transit Blog: Zipping Around Cape Town
The company SA Forest Adventures has opened a zip line course with bird?s-eye views of Cape Town.
Update: How Travel to Cuba May Change
A Q. and A. on the effect of President Obama?s order to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.
T Magazine: In Tbilisi, Georgia, an Experimental Fashion Scene Emerges
An internationally oriented design community, with influences from East and West, is springing up in the capital.
In Transit Blog: Wine Classes on the Dark Sea
Cruise lines are focusing on wine with lectures, tastings and workshops.
Next Stop: In Winnipeg, a Skating Rink That Doubles as a Sculpture Park
A skating trail along a frozen river in the Canadian city is home to inventive installations called ?warming huts.?