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Chiang Mai means “a million rice field kingdom,” and those who travel beyond the city to the lush outlying province understand its meaning.
In Africa's largest city the modern world coexists with the ancient just as extravagant lifestyles unfold alongside severely impoverished ones.
Many of the city’s treasures underwent facelifts for Québec's 400th anniversary last year, so it’s a great time to see North America's most French city shine.
The largest city in Vietnam, the bustling metropolis has a fascinating history and is worth exploring, especially if you are en route to a river cruise in the Mekong.
With major European cities looking more and more alike, Paris stands gloriously apart.
China's embrace of capitalism is transforming this historic city into an urban marvel for this century. Come witness its rise.
Sydney's time is now—and the city knows it. As locals say, 'Come in, the water's great.'
London is nudging past New York as the world’s financial capital and the ripple effects are being felt all over town. From Russian oligarchs to freshly-minted hedge fund traders, a...
The only other city in Europe that comes close to being as perfectly beautiful as Prague is Venice. Now, its extraordinary architecture has been restored after decades of neglect and...
Now that many of its beloved museums and monuments have undergone facelifts, it's time to revisit the City of Angels.
It is the world’s most aggressively capitalist city—a seething, buzzing, speeding place, where East collides with West.
Firenze, famously dubbed the “city of stone" by writer Mary McCarthy, regards itself as a living museum. And considering it has counted among its residents the likes of Michelangelo, Raphael,...
Where else can you find thirteen Michelin-starred restaurants, nine World Heritage sites and miles of beaches in one European city?
Seven tented camps, including two new luxury/eco ones. Plus: what to read and see before you go.
From Nob Hill decadence to SoMa innovation, San Francisco blends old and new unlike any other American city.
Like a gawky adolescent who has discovered her beauty, the city is blooming as it shows off its splendors.
Eco safari camps, recommended outfitters, plus an amazing house rental and reading lists.
Reporting on cities that have been attracting tourists for hundreds of years is both a privilege and a challenge.
“Rome is a city that’s growing,” declared its last mayor, “and doesn’t fear what is new”—even if most visitors come to see its ancient treasures.
You might think that the world’s most effective recycling program would be in a high-tech, first world country backed by R&D funding and PhDs. Actually, it’s teenagers in a slum...
From Tiffany Schauer, April 2009 “I am visiting Nashville to attend the Nashville Film Festival with Mai Iskander the filmmaker of the documentary Garbage Dreams. Garbage Dreams is a documentary...
From Tiffany Schauer, April 2009 “I am still in Nashville for the Nashville Film Festival. I have moved to the Hermitage Hotel (231 Sixth Avenue North; (888) 888-9414; www.thehermitagehotel.com) –...
From Tiffany Schauer, July 4, 2008 After visiting the park, I returned to Chiang Mai. I stayed at the architecturally significant Rachamankha Hotel. This hotel is literally an oasis in...
Situated in a palazzo that was formerly an embassy, this hotel in the Cannaregio neighborhood is one of my favorites in Venice. The property boasts a true rarity in this...
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