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November 7, 2007
Climb Peaks in North Creek, New York

A four-hour drive from Manhattan, the sleepy Adirondacks town is a great jumping-off point for strenuous fall hikes.

November 14, 2007
Learn to Surf in Nosara, Costa Rica

Two hours away from touristy Tamarindo (and miles from any paved roads), this laid-back village is the perfect place to catch your first wave.

November 21, 2007
Explore the Quieter Side of Venice

As the summertime tourist stampede fades from memory, life goes on (gorgeously) in the city’s working-class districts and artist-colony islands.

September 12, 2007
Pub-Crawl Like a Victorian in Halifax

This former British naval garrison is packed with lively bars serving up native Nova Scotian brews and live fiddle music.

September 12, 2007
Rock and Roll in Indianapolis

The Indiana capital has a booming indie-music scene, with intimate rock clubs that might just make more noise than the city’s famous racetrack.

September 25, 2007
Blast Back to 1950 in the Endless Mountains

With their church suppers, trout-filled streams, and affordable vacation homes, the mountains of northeast Pennsylvania seem frozen in a simpler time.

October 3, 2007
Kick Back in the Kennebunks

Maine’s coastal villages may conjure up images of stiff martinis and boating with the Bushes. But with the onset of fall, things take a surprisingly casual turn.

October 10, 2007
Play in Portland’s Shadows

With its under-the-bridge skate parks, secretive supper clubs, and respectfully louche strip bars, the Northwest culture capital's darkest spots are also its coolest.

August 22, 2007
Raid the Cheese Pantry in Vermont

Ben and Jerry aren’t the state’s only dairy masters. The Vermont Cheese Trail supports a small army of artisan cheesemakers specializing in everything from blue to buffalo mozzarella.

August 15, 2007
Discover Boston's Designer Neighborhood

A thriving art and design community has emerged in an unexpected place: the once-gritty South End.

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