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21 Sep
The French capital is the No. 1 destination in Europe for Chinese tourists, but many have unrealistic expectations of the city.






20 Sep
The 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall will be observed in November with miles of light along its former route.






20 Sep
Notable sites on East Fourth Street include No. 29, the Merchant’s House Museum, whose parlor and staircase were copied for the 1949 film “The Heiress,” and the Swift Hibernian Lounge, an Irish pub.






20 Sep
A partnership between Expedia and HomeAway will offer more than 100,000 home rentals.






20 Sep
On “the world’s most beautiful voyage,” up the country’s coast, gazing at the big views and looking for the midnight sun.






20 Sep
The Gordon Square stretch of the old Detroit-Shoreway industrial area has been revitalized with galleries, bistros and residents.






20 Sep
The new Music of the World app available through Spotify helps users identify music from various countries and regions.
19 Sep
The country is full of American war monuments, from the grand to the intimate.






19 Sep
Le Pavillon des Lettres hotel in Paris is offering a package in which guests take a cooking class with a member of the culinary team from the restaurant Grand Véfour.






18 Sep
The new site BeMate.com will offer guests accommodations in apartments and services from local hotels.






18 Sep
One of the state’s fastest-growing wine regions, Lake Chelan now has almost two dozen wineries clustered around its southern end.






18 Sep
Washington’s Stehekin Valley has great scenery, comfortable lodging and good food and relatively few visitors. Just don’t expect an easy path to get there.






18 Sep
The young Brit, who presents her spring 2015 collection today, shares her favorite places to eat, drink, unwind and get inspired.






18 Sep
Spot birds and gaze at stars, explore gardens and go for a row, snack on a roof and sway to some jazz during a weekend in the city’s sanctuary.






17 Sep
The new site Villy is designed to help travelers find a neighborhood–and hotels–to suit their interests.






17 Sep
Opened last September along the Chicago River, Langham’s fourth property in the United States pays careful attention to service and design.






17 Sep
“A modern Niçoise cuisine du marché” is how the chef of this bistro, which opened early this year, describes his cooking.






17 Sep
About 86 percent of customer service employees at the merged American Airlines-US Airways voted in favor of union representation.






17 Sep
The indoor market Markthal in Rotterdam will have fresh food–and a 36,000-square-foot digital mural showing items available in the building.






17 Sep
Harry D. Wall talks about finding a lesser-known side of Jewish culture, which community surprised him and more.






17 Sep
After a drop in visitors during this summer’s Gaza conflict, tourism officials are looking for a rebound.






17 Sep
More and more artful, and art-filled, hotels are popping up across the globe, blurring the lines between culture and accommodation.






17 Sep
A judge in Frankfurt said that Taxi Deutschland, which had brought the case against the American ride-hailing service, had waited too long to do so.






16 Sep
For a top professional surfer, airplane turbulence is nothing compared with crushing waves and shark worries.






16 Sep
The growing importance of international air traffic is redrawing route maps, even to cities away from the coastal United States.






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