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Villa Deevena, in Los Pargos, is a tropical take on the classic auberges of southern France.
A Chef’s Dream Villa in Costa Rica
Huntsville, Alabama and the state of Wyoming are both gearing up to mark major milestones, but where one is an outright celebration, the other is a call to action.
The 52 Places Traveler: In Praise of Pioneer Women and Rocket Scientists
Flying with an unhappy child can make everyone miserable — the parents, other passengers, the child — but what can you do? Here are some of your best tips to help.
Crowdwise: 32 Tips for Surviving (and Parenting) Crying Babies on Planes
When the 737 Max was introduced, Boeing and regulators agreed that pilots who had flown an earlier model didn’t need additional simulator training.
After 2 Crashes of New Boeing Jet, Pilot Training Now a Focus
"Big Things” are family-friendly attractions in many Australian towns. But residents of Woodenbong don’t want to be associated with an icon linked to drug use.
Artist Says Big Bong Will Help Save a Town. The Locals Aren’t Amused.
Budget airlines often trade space and even basic amenities for crowded planes and cheaper tickets. With these four tips however, you can save some cash and even enjoy the trip.
Travel Tips: 4 Tips to Fly a Budget Airline Without Hassle
On the year of the Madrid museum’s bicentennial, our writer visits every gallery, vestibule and passageway to see if he had missed anything on his previous 200 visits. He had.
A 7-Hour, 6-Mile, Round-the-Museum Tour of the Prado
At Senegal’s largest national park, poachers seem to outnumber the wildlife, and a highway runs through the middle. So rangers celebrate even small victories, like hints of a pachyderm’s presence.
Senegal Dispatch: In Forlorn Park, Lion Cubs Play in Traffic and Elephant Dung Is Met With Delight
Marriott International takes over the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto and makes a few ultra-luxurious updates, but only a few.
check in: Hotel Review: The St. Regis Toronto
Women in Germany are paid an average of 21 percent less than men. For one day only, the capital’s public transportation will offer them a corresponding discount.
‘Mind the Pay Gap’: Reduced Berlin Transit Tickets for Women to Highlight Discrimination