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5 Insane Overwater Bungalows You Can Actually Afford

You might not be flush with cash, but that doesn't mean you need to give up on the overwater-bungalow fantasy, because who hasn't dreamed of staying in a cabana stilted over shimmering water, fish cruising below? We combed the world and came up with five stellar stays (like Punta Caracol above) …


10 Mind-Blowing Travel Destinations for Adventure Junkies and Thrill Seekers

You have already been to Italy, maybe even twice. You’ve gone to Florida more times than you can count.

You live big, you work crazy hard and you take risks. You are ready for a vacation that matches your curiosity, your desire for newness, your sense of adventure. You want to explore some place …

Adventure Travel

Is this the best beach city for expats?

Ross Belfer fell in love with Tel Aviv from afar.

In 2011, he was working as an account supervisor at New York creative agency Geoffrey Weill Associates, and was responsible for promoting the city as part of his work representing the Israeli Tourism Board.

“I was so excited by what was happening …

Middle East

How to Eat (and Drink) Around the U.S. Without Leaving D.C.

From Taylor pork roll to Maine lobster rolls, all in D.C.

Washington D.C. may not technically be a state itself. But it is the capital of the entire …

Amazing Places You Can Stay Around the World for Less Than $50 a Night

You live to travel. But damn, it’s expensive. And since you’ll probably bust your budget on overpriced airfare and some kind of Fiat rental, that …

European Travel

Top 10 bike-friendly wine routes

Willamette valley, Oregon, US

It was pinot noir that first put Oregon on the wine map at the 1979 “Wine Olympics,” a major event organised by French magazine Gault-Millau that featured 330 wines from 33 countries. The region has since grown a reputation for its pinot gris and riesling, too. Spin and …

Bicycle Touring

What are your favorite Bay Area food trucks?

In this past Sunday’s section, Jonathan Kauffman and the rest of the Food + Home team weighed in on their favorite food trucks around the Bay Area.

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Off the Grid brings food trucks to SFO

Our top picks included old favorites like San Francisco’s El Tonayense taco trucks, as well as …

Food Trucks

10 Amazing Seattle Cheese Dishes You Have To Eat Now

Julia Wayne on Aug 31, 2015, 10:00a

Seek out cheese on menus around town and you'll be struck by plenty of cheese plates, a bazillion burratas, and …


The great east European road trip part four: Romania

Driving over the Gutâi Pass into northern Romania’s Mara valley the signs were good: a summit mysterious with cloud, an old woman selling honey by the road, and as we dropped out of the forest and back into sunlight, long panoramas of rolling countryside dotted with hay stooks leading off into the …

Road Trips

Osteria Stellina celebrates the West Marin bounty

When Christian Caiazzo opened Osteria Stellina in Point Reyes Station seven years ago he did something that few others had attempted – create a restaurant that truly celebrated the amazing bounty of West Marin. “Farm to Table” has been so overused that it has become meaningless, but here you can …

San Francisco Bay Area

Best avocado on toast in Vancouver

Nothing quite beats a bright green, deliciously ripe avocado spread thick upon lightly charred toast. Taking this refreshingly simple food pairing to …


10 Top Spots To Slurp Oysters in Seattle

10 Top Spots To Slurp Oysters in Seattle

rollwithjen on Aug 24, 2015, 10:01a

Some people are avid about avoiding oysters until the cool winter months, …


Getting Around Eastern Europe – Tips to Save Money and Reduce the Hassle

[section]The easiest definition for the Eastern Europe countries would be: “Countries which used to be behind the Iron Curtain.” If you don’t like …


America's 21 Most Beautiful Campsites


What every business traveler should know when visiting Israel

If you work in the tech world you may find yourself heading to Israel for a business trip.

Israel's tech industry is booming and most of the huge tech companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, and Intel have big operations there. Plus, investors love it. So do tech companies looking to acquire …

Middle East

Stoupa, Greece: Secret Seaside

Our series uncovers the best unsung beach holiday resorts in Europe. Here we visit a wild and remote Greek peninsula that attracts very few Britons

Mountainous and relatively inaccessible, Greeks consider the Mani peninsular to be wild and remote. In the Outer Mani, set amid olive groves, Stoupa …

European Travel

Chicago's Best for Burgers

• Avondale





• Lakeview





• Beverly





• Lincoln …


26 of the Coolest, Tastiest Restaurant Trends We Spotted In 2015

Our search for the nation’s best restaurants revealed far more than the Hot 10—like croissants gone wild and a tropical wallpaper boom. Here’s a look at the coolest, tastiest trends we uncovered in 2015.

Where’s the Beet?

Vegetables are no stranger to the spotlight these days. The latest MVP? The …


The Hot 10: America's Best New Restaurants 2015

Milktooth is all about the art of brunch. A daytime-only shrine to putting an egg on it proves that brunch can—no, should—be the most interesting, inspiring, and ridiculously delicious meal of the day.


It's incredibly easy to be an American traveling alone in Israel

Israel is literally in the center of the never-ending turmoil of the Middle East.

So it may surprise you that it's extremely easy and safe to travel there and it's an extraordinarily fun place to visit, even if you're an American traveling alone who doesn't speak or read Hebrew.

I recently spent a …

Asia Travel

Matching Food & Wine | Restaurant reviews | Aron's Jewish Delicatessen - Brooklyn comes to Bristol

Aron's Jewish Delicatessen - Brooklyn comes to Bristol

Posted by Fiona Beckett (Google+) on August 16 2015 at 15:14

So it’s not - unexpectedly - Aaron …


The Best Restaurants in San Juan

A Recipe for Cilantro Watermelon Ceviche From San Juan

The Caribbean’s Culinary Capital

The Hemingway Daiquiri – a twist on the classic cocktail of …


8 New Lobster Rolls for Summer in NYC

The New England lobster roll has become something of an NYC obsession. And while we'll always have our go-to favorites, by the time August comes …

New York City

15 Dynamite Lobster Rolls Around LA

Photo by: Lesley Balla

For anyone who spent summers on Martha’s Vineyard or even along Cape Cod will be happy to know there’s one place to get a taste …


5 Great Seafood Restaurants in Miami | Fodor's Travel

Despite its seaside location, Miami has long been known for its steak, with excellently prepared cuts peppering menus across town. Recently, however, a greater attention to sustainability has seen expensive meats from faraway farms replaced by a bounty of seafood on menus across the city in Greek, …

U.S. Travel

50 Things to Do in Europe Before You Die

Whether it's catching an opera in Vienna, having afternoon tea in London, shopping for leather in Florence, or sipping a cocktail by the Eiffel …

European Travel

These Are the Most Beautiful Ferry Rides in the World

The next time you're in a new (or even a familiar) city, consider using a ferry to get around. The vessels, often used primarily by commuters, can be …

North America Travel

American Glamping: Three Great Finds

Lodge in nature without sacrificing comfort.

> Treehouse Point B&B (Fall City, Washington)

Backdrop: The western foothills of the Cascade Mountains, beside the Raging River.

Best for: Couples seeking lofty hideaways and Wi-Fi–free nights.

Creature comforts: Six hand-built wooden tree houses with …

United States

Vogue's Summer Guide To Oxford

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William Yeats once mused, "I wonder anybody does anything at Oxford but dream and remember, the place is so …


Ten things to do in Nashville if you don’t like country music

Originally published on 25 June 2015.

Country music’s not everyone’s cup of sweet tea. And while it would be hard to avoid that particular chicken pickin’ sound while in town (it’ll greet you at the airport for one thing), with a little planning and know-how, having a good time in Nashville will …