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5 Habits to Start & Keep Today to Be More Organized

Have you always dreamed of being a naturally organized person? Well, nature or nurture, it's not impossible to train even the most un-organized of …

The world's most amazing cake shops and bakeries

Corner Shelves: A Smart Small Space Solution All Over the House

(Image credit: Deuce Cities Henhouse)<p>The corners of our homes often go overlooked and underutilized, but, especially if you're short on space, stake …

Small Spaces

Canadiana: Bess & Charlie

Surprise!<p>Today's Canadiana designers are me and Big Chuck! You may remember a while back I told you we had some DIY projects on the go for our new …

Top 15 Beach Destinations for Winter Escapes

When most of the US is stuck in winter’s icy grip, it’s a relief to know there’s somewhere warm and breezy to escape to. Our guide to the top …

National Parks

Fodor’s Approved: 15 Most Stylish Women’s Shoes for Travel

What’s a seasoned world traveler without the perfect pair of shoes? A traveler in need of some advice, in our opinion. The editors at Fodor’s trek …

A Taste of Bangkok

The Best Tech Gadgets to Buy for Travelers: Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Cool tech gadgets make great Christmas and holiday presents, and we've got the best for the traveler in your life right here, featuring everything from tablets and cameras, to laptops and power chargers.<p>Tablet

Low-Key Beaches Will Let You Escape The Bustle On Your Next Vacation

We <i>knooow</i> every celeb is kicking back in St. Barts, and we know Waikiki is, like, the best beach in the world.<p>But often, the “world’s coolest beaches” morph rapidly into mere sand strips crawling with tourists, price tags and inner tube peddlers. There’s nothing worse than visiting a famous beach …

Nine Things to Buy On Your Next Trip to Paris

The northeast of Paris is heating up as a center of art, design, and fashion, with a burgeoning boutique and gallery scene. Here, a sampling of great souvenirs, accessories, and clothes.<p>The northeast of Paris is heating up as a center of art, design, and fashion, with a burgeoning boutique and …

Scared To Travel Alone? Here's How To Prepare Yourself

Traveling alone can be a really liberating experience. You don't have to worry about anybody else's needs and you're answering only to yourself. But for a lot of us, being in a foreign place by yourself can also be very daunting.<p>No need to panic: you're <i>not</i> alone. If you're thinking of flying solo …

The Best Hidden Market in Paris (and Four More Great Finds)

In our October issue, Kate Maxwell explored the City of Light's culture-crammed northeast arrondissements. Here are five of her favorite stops along the way.<p>In our October issue, Kate Maxwell explored the **City of Light's **culture-crammed northeast arrondissements. Here are five of her favorite …

Packing Guide: Everything You Need for the Shops, Restaurants and Galleries of Paris

I spent a week in Paris in May researching this month’s feature on the Northeast arondissements. Here’s what I packed to hit the stores, restaurants, bars and galleries of this hopping tranche of the city.<p>I spent a week in Paris in May researching this month’s feature on the Northeast …

Starter Kit to Vietnam

Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia’s fastest-growing countries. Its vibrant cities are booming, UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay is expanding its …

Vietnam

Where to See New England's Best Fall Foliage

Every fall, New England rolls out a foliage carpet dressed in blazing oranges and reds, yellows and purples. It's the perfect time to visit the region. Leaf peepers come to drive the winding country roads, hike lush mountain paths, and stroll town greens to soak in the vibrant vistas of color. If …

New England

Secrets of My Travel Drawer: Avid Travelers Recommend 20 Must-pack Items Vetted by Countless Miles, Mishaps, and Serendipity

You hate packing. I get it. You're worried you're going to forget something crucial or pack too much -- and really, you just want to get on with your vacation. I've logged enough miles now to know my staples; things I've learned after many years, and even more miles, make frustrating moments more …

Powerstrip

Antarctica’s land of fire and ice

In one of the coldest places on Earth, the still-active volcano of Deception Island has a dangerous whaling past.

The Cheese-Lover’s Guide to France (with Map!)

"Each sort of cheese reveals a pasture of a different green, under a different sky," writes Italo Calvino. I like to think of his words as I curl my …

France

Insider’s Guide to Cape Town

If there’s one thing Cape Town doesn’t lack, it’s natural splendor. Whether you’re hiking Lion’s Head or simply parking your car on a side street, …

South Africa

Undiscovered Asia: The 5 Places to Go Next

Asia has attracted travelers for centuries. From backpackers to businessmen, luxury seekers to religious pilgrims, this is a continent so vast and …

Undiscovered

10 Coolest Attractions in Bangkok

Visitors to Thailand’s famous (and infamous) capital have no shortage of sightseeing options. With enough ancient temples, notorious districts, and …

Red Carpet

Futuristic Luna2 Hotel to Open in Bali

Bali has long been known for its throwback tropical seduction but with the September opening of Luna2 Studios the island is poised to attract …

Swimming Pools

4 Perfect Fiji Itineraries

Fiji is a bucket list destination for most, what with postcard-worthy scenes of crystal blue waters and white sand beaches at every turn. Whether you …

Airports

Ultimate Food Lover’s Guide to Cape Town

Surrounded by world-renowned wine estates (Napoleon purportedly adored the Cape’s Vin de Constance), abundant farmland, and miles of rich coast, Cape …

Cape Town

Frommer's

How to Spend 5 Days in Kyoto

Arriving at my ryokan in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto, a commotion of tourists near the hotel entrance erupted as <i>maiko</i> (apprentice geisha) stopped in front of a silvery-leafed tree to pose for a photographer.<p>Given my location near Gion, famed for the <i>ochaya</i>, or teahouses, where geisha entertain …

Japan

Top experiences in Bali: making the most of paradise

Immerse yourself in the colour and sound of a traditional festival, dine on local specialities, snorkel beautiful reefs, watch craftspeople at work, wander through lush rice fields, or just relax and be pampered at a Balinese spa. There's an awful lot to do in paradise and it's not all about the …

How to eat Indian street food safely

Tucking into street food is one of the joys of travelling in India – here are some tips to help avoid tummy troubles.<p>1. Give yourself a few days to adjust to the local cuisine, especially if you’re not used to spicy food.<p>2. You know the rule about following a crowd – if the locals are avoiding a …