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What if You Could Literally Talk to The New York Times?

Who is your target audience?We’re looking to engage people who use these devices but might not yet be loyal consumers of

John Isner Is Always Looking for Extra Leg Room

The tennis player John Isner is tall. Very tall. 6 feet 10 inches, to be exact. Which means that traveling on

Seals Are Stranded in a Canadian Town, and People Wonder What to Do

LONDON — The intruders arrived during the night with the wind and high tide. By the morning of Jan. 3, it

Heavy Snowfall in Alps Leaves 6 Dead and Strands Tourists

BERLIN — Once-in-a-generation heavy snowfall has paralyzed travel and tourism in parts of the Alps, with conditions that have left at

A Norwegian Air Jet Landed in Iran 4 Weeks Ago. It Can’t Leave Yet.

And under the Trump administration, she said, getting such a license could be a battle.When sanctions on the nuclear program were

Yes, That Water Tower Is Actually a Bar

Water towers are beloved fixtures of the New York skyline, inspiring urban myths and song lyrics (see: Beastie Boys and Bruce

Why Puerto Rico Is No. 1 on Our Places to Go List

For as long as I can remember growing up in Puerto Rico, El Morro, the indestructible fort with the endless lawns

Meet the 52 Places Traveler for 2019

Last year, for the first time, we sent one intrepid traveler, Jada Yuan, to all 52 destinations on our Places to

Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo.

Levi Raines, the chef de cuisine at Bywater American Bistro, which opened last spring, developed an oyster gravy that is essentially

At Hotels, Space That’s Like the Office, ‘but Cooler’

Mr. Weissenberg noted that several recently opened hotels that have co-working spaces charge non-guests for access. “The fees aren’t high, but

How We Pick the 52 Places

The 52 Places to Go list is one of Travel’s biggest efforts of the year, for which The Times enlists writers

Five Carry-On Essentials for Travelers Who Love to Pack Light

With baggage fees and flight delays on the rise, carry-on travel has become more survival tactic than lifestyle choice. Beyond saving

In Providence, R.I., Bustle Gives Way to Simple Pleasures

Rhode Island may be the smallest state, but its culinary scene is anything but small. From Cambodia to Cape Verde, Providence,

Five Places to Visit in Beverly Hills

5 PlacesBeverly Hills is an expensive place with a village-like charm, but it pays to know where to go. Cash Black,

Keep Calm, but Don’t Carry On

The wryly informative captions Mr. Burns appended to his posts — along with the hashtags that, as Jimmy Kimmel once noted,

Judge Blocks New York City Law Aimed at Curbing Airbnb Rentals

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.]A federal judge on Thursday blocked

Cathay Pacific Surprised by Its Own Offer: $16,000 Fare for $675

LONDON — For travel bargain hunters, the first day of 2019 was a spectacular one.On routes between Asia and North America,

Ian Schrager Is Still Creating Buzz

Ian Schrager knows a thing or two about creating spaces that people clamor to get into, starting with Studio 54, which

How National Parks and Museums Are Affected by the Shutdown

For the last month, Marci T. House has had the perfect plan for the first week of the year: She would

Three New Year’s Resolutions for Better Travel in 2019

It’s not uncommon for people to set unrealistic expectations when making New Year’s resolutions, which likely contributes to most of them

Stalin’s Soaring Moscow Towers Sorely Need Body Work

MOSCOW — Mikhail Posokhin still remembers the lip-smacking displays in Grocery Store No. 5 from his boyhood, when in 1955 his

Hotel Review: The Hotel Revival, Baltimore

Rates Rooms start at $139, plus a daily $12.95 “resort” fee.The BasicsOnce a private mansion and for many years the Peabody

Luxury Comes to Expedition Cruising

Demand for expedition cruising is attracting both new lines, including Norwegian Yacht Voyages, which is expected to unveil a 222-guest ship

In San Francisco, a Younger Sibling Acts Out

Angler catches you even before you walk through its front door. As you approach the restaurant, which is near the waterfront

6 Flights in 3 Days: A Flight Attendant’s Dad Finds a Way to See Her on Christmas

Air travel can be a headache, especially during the holidays, but that didn’t stop one father from accompanying his youngest daughter

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