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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.

March 6, 2006
The Ten-Point Escape Plan: Taipei

For some, Shanghai is already over. Next up? The dumplings and reptile venom of Taiwan’s buzzing capital.

December 12, 2005
The Ten-Point Escape Plan: Marrakech

A growing European influence is putting a new gloss on Morocco’s favorite city.

November 21, 2005
Since the Last Time You Were in Jackson Hole

The West’s most rugged ski town ushers in the season with cushy hotels, a new spa, and lots of après ski, but “The Big One” is still plenty rough around the edges.

October 31, 2005
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.

October 24, 2005
The Follow-Your-Bliss List

Fifty euphoria-inducing destinations that will make you forget about crummy weather, bad traffic, and just about anything else.

September 19, 2005
The Ten-Point Escape Plan: Shanghai

Layers of history, futuristic skyscrapers, and a white-hot culture scene—plus karaoke and dumplings to boot.

August 22, 2005
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 15, 2005
The Ten-Point Escape Plan: Dubrovnik

It’s time to rediscover the Croatian jewel’s historic architecture and gorgeous beaches.

August 8, 2005
Since the Last Time You Were in Tokyo

Shopping temples, Ducasse’s take on Japanese food, and a luxury-hotel boom.

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