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Weekend Travel Archive

February 3, 2011
Soak in Sun and Culture in St. Petersburg

Fashionably renovated hotels, gleaming new art museums, and a resurgence of music have given this formerly senior-dominated Florida destination an increasingly youthful edge.

January 27, 2011
Eat Your Way Through Multicultural East L.A.

Skip the clogged freeways and hop on the expanded Metro Gold Line, which makes it easier than ever to find authentic Mexican eats and explore the area’s diverse history.

January 20, 2011
Embrace Winter in Cantons-de-l’Est

Clomp through virgin snow, take sleigh rides past picturesque villages, and sip ice wine in Quebec’s quiet, lake-laced southern region.

January 13, 2011
Join the Après-Ski Scene in Ellicottville

Six hours upstate, a flock of newly groomed trails, posh condo hotels, and hearty restaurants and breweries have turned a sleepy town into the Aspen of the East.

January 6, 2011
Explore an Urban Renaissance in Medellín

A slate of dramatic new parks, hotels, and art museums have transformed Colombia’s second-largest city, once a narco-trafficking capital, into one of South America’s most fashionable outposts.

December 16, 2010
Revisit the Past in Long Beach

An abundance of vintage boutiques, throwback dining spots, and old-school beachfront charm make this city the retro-chic capital of California.

December 9, 2010
Go Beyond Snout-to-Tail Dining in London

After the wave of offal and gastropubs, there's a delicious new sense of diversity on the restaurant scene in the British capital.

December 2, 2010
Amp Up in Amsterdam

Civic buildings, boats, and even a windmill have been repurposed as hip dining and drinking destinations in the Dutch capital.

November 18, 2010
Hang With Hipsters in Paris

Skip the touristy, overpriced central districts for the upper arrondissements, where the cool kids eat, shop, and party on the cheap.

November 11, 2010
Trek Across Geothermal Landscapes in Reykjavik

Exploring volcanic formations and soaking in hot springs is more affordable than ever, thanks to a currency collapse and Icelandair’s free stopovers on flights to Europe.

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