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Weekend Travel Archive

November 6, 2008
Get a Discount in New Orleans

As the Big Easy continues to rebuild after Katrina, visitors are drawn by cheap hotels, brand-new spaces, and burgeoning talent in restaurants and the arts.

November 20, 2008
Bum Around in Las Terrenas

This wallet-friendly former fishing village on the Dominican Republic’s Samaná Peninsula has postcard-perfect beaches and internationally flavored restaurants.

December 4, 2008
Surf on the Cheap in Nayarit

Just north of Puerto Vallarta is a surfer-friendly, wallet-conscious chic oasis with none of the crowds—or cheesiness—of its more famous neighbor.

December 18, 2008
Explore Old Traditions Amid New Architecture in Valencia

A revamped waterfront and revisionist seafood dishes are defining Spain’s fastest-evolving, yet still bargain, city.

January 7, 2009
Go Wild on Bocas del Toro

This Caribbean archipelago on Panama’s north coast is tropical paradise by day and party central by night.

October 15, 2008
Eat Big in a Small City

Maine's cultural capital has a sophisticated dining scene that's attracting national attention.

September 24, 2008
Hit the Links, Trails, and Rapids in Jersey's Skylands

Top-notch mountain-biking raceways, some of the area’s best golf courses, and serious rapids await in Jersey's northern corner, only an hour’s drive from the George Washington Bridge.

September 10, 2008
Put Pedals to the Pavement in Paris

The city’s year-old free bike-sharing program has sparked a cult of cyclisme, night rides past the Arch de Triomph, and a way to hit all the farmers’ markets, leafy side streets, and historical sites that you can in 72 hours.

August 7, 2008
Hop Rooftops in Berlin

Booming post-Wall construction has created stunning cityscape vistas in continental Europe's largest city—and a new crop of restaurants, hotels, and clubs with lofty perches to take it all in.

August 28, 2008
Go Out With the Old in Tel Aviv

Since the White City was named a UNESCO World Heritage site, gorgeous historic buildings from the Ottoman and Bauhaus era have been repurposed as fabulous hotels, eateries, boutiques, and design museums.

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