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June 6, 2007
Indulge Your Senses in Scottsdale

The spa-centric city slashes rates starting in June, making the Vegas-style pools, organic body treatments, and chic restaurants a lot more affordable.

May 30, 2007
See Modern Art in Houston

The Texas oil metropolis has emerged as an international art destination with a suddenly hip (yes, hip) museum district.

May 16, 2007
Banish the Big City in Big Sur

With its rugged beauty and bohemian vibe, the coastline south of Monterey, California, represents the antithesis to urban living. Think tree-house hotels, kelp forests, and coed, naked hot springs.

May 16, 2007
Explore Canada’s Wine Country

Skip the kitsch by the falls and head instead to Niagara-on-the-Lake, where old-world charms meet pretty bike paths and a burgeoning wine scene.

May 9, 2007
Eat Farm Fresh in the North Fork

Long Island’s less-posh fork harvests much more than potatoes and corn these days. Its 30-plus vineyards and Slow Food–minded dining scene offers a tasty alternative to the Hamptons.

April 25, 2007
Road-Trip From Memphis to New Orleans

The 400-mile drive provides an intimate look at all that is southern, from roadside tamale stands to rib shacks, courtly plantations to sweat-soaked blues dives.

April 25, 2007
Get an Adrenaline Fix at the Gunks

Whether you like your thrills on wheels, trails, or rocks, there’s much fun to be had in the crags of the Shawangunk Mountains just 90 miles north of Manhattan.

April 11, 2007
Rediscover Connecticut

A spate of renovations to hotels, restaurants, and old-fashioned main streets has given Connecticut River Valley towns like Essex, Ivoryton, and Chester a much-needed dose of modernity.

April 4, 2007
Cast a Line in Naples, Florida

Mangrove-lined islands and backcountry rivers and canals attract a remarkable mix of fish species—and waterfront activities—to the coast and inlets of the Gulf of Mexico.

March 28, 2007
Track Down Vintage Fashion in Paris

This season’s metallic leggings and T-shirt dresses may be gone by fall, but in the City of Light, yesterday's couture is still in vogue—and for sale.

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