House Hunting in Spain: A Restored Flour Mill Near Valencia for $105,000

A 17th-Century Stone House Outside Teruel, Spain $105,000 (99,000 EUROS) Tucked into the remote hills of Aragón, an autonomous community in northeastern Spain, this converted 17th-century flour mill is now…

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Staycation, Again? – The New York Times

After two years in which many travelers stayed home, 2022 was supposed to be the year of Big Travel, when trips were checked off bucket lists and the word “staycation”…

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A Fashion Designer’s First Home Collection Pays Homage to Haiti and New York

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Things to Do in Los Angeles 2022: Restaurants, Museums and Festivals

Sun, sand, sightings of celebrities in their natural habitats: Tourists have long descended on Los Angeles for some combination of the above. If you’re keen on that cocktail, rest assured,…

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Testing Requirements for Travel to the U.S.? Here’s What to Know

As countries, including Canada and Britain, have lifted their Covid testing requirements for vaccinated visitors in recent months, some Americans are irate that they still have to show a negative…

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House Hunting in Honduras: A Pastel Palace on Roatán for $579,000

The other breezeway, with a protected al fresco dining area and the outdoor kitchen, leads to a second en suite bedroom. Stairs descend to a lower covered porch off a…

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On Safari in the Transylvanian Alps, Where Bison Roam Once More

There was a lot of local skepticism when the rewilding program first came here in 2014, Matei said. But opinion shifted once the ecotourism project began a few years later….

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How the Clean The World Nonprofit Recycles Hotel Soap for Those in Need

When hotel or motel guests check into their rooms, they expect at the very least to be greeted with a clean space, a made-up bed and in the bathroom, soap….

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JetBlue Makes a Hostile Takeover Bid for Spirit Airlines

“It’s unlikely the D.O.J. or a court will be persuaded that JetBlue should be allowed to form an anticompetitive alliance that aligns its interest with a legacy carrier and then…

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An Intimate Look at Mexico’s Indigenous Seri People

A light wind laden with the scent of the sea softened the stifling heat: The temperature had reached 108 degrees Fahrenheit, and it was only 10 a.m. Salma’s house was…

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Things to Do in Rome 2022: Restaurants, Attractions and More

With masking and vaccination requirements largely dropped in Italy and summer approaching, crowds of travelers have begun to return to Rome’s Centro Storico — the area most dependent on tourism…

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In Barcelona, a New Hotel and Hub for Creative Types

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On Switzerland’s Mount Pilatus, a Writer Remembers

I WAS 12 when I went with my mother to Mount Pilatus, two years after her first visit. She would travel there with my younger brother the following year, but…

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What Our Writers Read, Watched and Listened to Before Their Big Trips

Before they’d even arrived, all three of the features writers for T’s Travel issue immersed themselves in the place to which they were going with a number of books, television…

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House Hunting in the United Arab Emirates: A Solar-Powered Palace in Dubai

Following a strict but short Covid-19 lockdown, the city reopened to tourists in July 2020 and the market followed suit, with activity increasing “as buyers re-evaluated their lifestyles and, generally,…

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Looking to Help Ukrainian Refugees? A ‘Voluntourism’ Guide

Ultimately, we decided to spend two weeks in Krakow with A Drop in the Ocean. The volunteers we worked with came from Norway, Italy, the Republic of Georgia, Germany, Spain,…

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