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Tara Mandy

July 17, 2006 |
Where to Stash Mom

And seven other New York hotels for every visitor you might get this summer.

October 9, 2006
One State, Multiple Personalities

Florida is so convenient, but—South Beach, again? Eight attractions for sun seekers who want nothing to do with clubbing.

September 11, 2006
Practically Around the Corner

Leave Friday afternoon and get to the mountains, the water, or a gently old-fashioned city in time to soak in summer’s last long weekend.

June 12, 2006
Meet the Mayflower

After a seventeen-year monopoly, Canyon Ranch faces a challenger.

March 13, 2006
My Very Own Airline

Cost aside, private travel is a no-brainer: Set your schedule, skip JFK, stretch your legs. But once the jargon (fractionals, jet cards, charters) is decoded, how realistic is having your own plane? For most, it’s still going to be a pie in the sky.

October 31, 2005 | Travel
It's the Journey

Not the destination. Insights into making your trip less of a travail: a fail-safe route to JFK, where to get a decent meal, and more.

August 22, 2005 | Travel
Last-Minute Getaways

You waited too long to plan for Labor Day and all the prime places are booked? Four nearby options for summer’s last long weekend.

August 16, 2004 |
Tour of Beauty

A summer-weekend road trip for the arts-inclined.

May 30, 2005 | Travel
Since the Last Time You Were In Napa Valley

Wine country’s usual delights—food, art, fine fermentation—are improved upon with new shops, upgraded digs, and surprising varietals.

February 14, 2005 | Travel
Since The Last Time You Were In Lisbon

Frank Gehry, interesting artists, new hotels, the city’s first day spa. Oh, and there’s finally someplace cool to go besides the docks.

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