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Article Places and Prices: Labyrinth of Time, Cairo from Condé Nast Traveler

Thirteen centuries old, Cairo hopes to build a prosperous future even as it preserves its layered past.

W San Francisco
Hotel W San Francisco, San Francisco

The San Francisco outpost of the W hotel chain is popular with conventioneers for its proximity to the nearby Moscone Center; it also attracts skimpily clad... more

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The Westin San Francisco Market Street, San Francisco

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Stanford Court, A Renaissance Hotel, San Francisco

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St. Regis San Francisco
Hotel St. Regis San Francisco, San Francisco

Staying here can feel a little like you've discovered how to control others with your mind: Your desires are often fulfilled before you knew you had them. Need... more

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Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco
Hotel Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, San Francisco

Inside an iconic, 100-year-old columned Nob Hill landmark, the Ritz-Carlton is San Francisco's most formal luxury hotel. Polished marble floors, Oriental... more

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Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art
Hotel Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art, San Francisco

A shrine to the Summer of Love, the Red Victorian is the place to go if you're sick of chain hotels and want some local color—psychedelic color, in this... more

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Prescott Hotel, San Francisco

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Phoenix Hotel
Hotel Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco

If you're looking for a romantic hideaway, the Phoenix is not for you. If you want to party like a rock star, you've found the place. Popular with visiting... more

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Petite Auberge
Hotel Petite Auberge, San Francisco

The Petite Auberge feels like a tranquil country inn. The decor is rustic French, with white-painted shutters and a ubiquitous floral motif. Eighteen of the 26... more

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Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco
Hotel Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco, San Francisco

San Francisco's best hotel with a view, this Mandarin Oriental property occupies the top 11 floors of the city's third-tallest building. The apex of the... more

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InterContinental Mark Hopkins
Hotel InterContinental Mark Hopkins, San Francisco

This gothic hulk of a building in neighborhoodtk Nob Hill is named after Mark Hopkins, the Central Pacific Railroad co-founder whose mansion previously stood... more

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Hotel Vitale
Hotel Hotel Vitale, San Francisco

The flagship property of the Joie de Vivre chain, the Vitale promotes California-style serenity with free daily yoga classes—often held in the penthouse... more

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Hotel Palomar
Hotel Hotel Palomar, San Francisco

Snappy art installations add a contemporary touch to the lobby of this soigné downtown hotel, tucked away in a historic 1905 building. The Palomar's... more

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Hotel Monaco
Hotel Hotel Monaco, San Francisco

The Hotel Monaco, one of several Kimpton properties in the vicinity of Union Square, manages to achieve a certain swank despite the rooms' slightly dated... more

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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
Hotel Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, San Francisco

The superluxurious Four Seasons San Francisco is a sanctuary so serene it's hard to believe it's in the heart of downtown. The 277 large rooms have soft beds,... more

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Fairmont San Francisco
Hotel Fairmont San Francisco, San Francisco

Perched atop Nob Hill, the venerable Fairmont is the hotel where Tony Bennett first crooned, "I left my heart in San Francisco." The lobby dazzles with gilded... more

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The Clift Hotel, San Francisco

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Campton Place Hotel
Hotel Campton Place Hotel, San Francisco

Refined The refined Campton Place, which was purchased in spring of 2007 by the Taj hotel group, has only 110 rooms, which means that service is personal as... more

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Albion House Inn, San Francisco

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Shop XOX Truffles, San Francisco

His truffles may look rough-hewn, but their creator, Jean-Marc Gorce, is a master craftsman, named one of the top ten chocolate makers in the United States by... more

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Shop Wilkes Bashford, San Francisco

A San Francisco original since 1966, Wilkes Bashford is the city's priciest and most exclusive department store, catering to local elite hungry for upscale... more

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Shop Villains, San Francisco

If you want to look cool without seeming like you're trying too hard, Villains is the place to go. The look is understated but youthful and urban. The great... more

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Shop Sue Fisher King, San Francisco

If you like to cover your bed with luxurious throw cushions and grace your dinner parties with elaborate table settings, then this place is for you. The... more

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Shop Rainbow Grocery, San Francisco

With endless varieties of miso, tofu, and seaweed, baked goods that accommodate every allergy known to medical science, and luminous fruits and vegetables,... more

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Shop R.A.G. (Residents Apparel Gallery), San Francisco

In a town as quirky as San Francisco, you have to work pretty hard to stand out… but R.A.G. can help you get there. The garments here (for both men and... more

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Shop Paolo, San Francisco

Even the handmade Venetian masks on the walls won't distract your attention from these exquisite shoes. Made in Italy and designed by owner Paolo Iantorno, the... more

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Shop Miette Confiserie, San Francisco

At Miette Confiserie, the sunny French-style sweet shop in Hayes Valley, the world is your candy oyster—or gummy rat, chocolate carrot, or sweet tart... more

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Shop M.A.C. (Modern Appealing Clothing), San Francisco

Rich hipsters with a hankering for avant-garde Belgian and Japanese designers shop with the big dogs at M.A.C., the longtime Hayes Valley mainstay for... more

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LeeQuen Atelier, San Francisco

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Hydra, San Francisco

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House of Hengst, San Francisco

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Haseena, San Francisco

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Shop Gump's, San Francisco

Founded in 1861 by Solomon Gump to introduce Gold Rush parvenus to the decorative arts, the famous Gump's purveys costly, beautiful, and unusual housewares in... more

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Shop Good Vibrations, San Francisco

Founded in 1977 to offer sex information and toys geared toward women, this store is no dimly lit back-alley den. Rather, it's bright, comfortable, and... more

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Friend, San Francisco

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Brown-Eyed Girl, San Francisco

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Shop Bae, San Francisco

Known for its eclectic collection of unusual finds, Bae specializes in home furnishings ranging from Asian porcelain lamps and crystal candlesticks to high-end... more

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Shop Amoeba Music, San Francisco

A music junkie's paradise, Amoeba has an encyclopedic selection of new and used CDs, as well as DVDs, music posters, LPs, and 45s. Everyone from pierced club... more

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Shop Ambiance, San Francisco

An Aladdin's cave of sequins, flowers, polka dots, ruffles, and ribbons, Ambiance is a girly-girl's paradise. With the help of friendly saleswomen, SF... more

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Eating Zuni Café, San Francisco

Officially, the food's called Mediterranean, but the menu of burgers, raw oysters, and Caesar salad is pure California. Opened over two decades ago by... more

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Eating Yank Sing, San Francisco

One of the city's best dim sum parlors is neither in Chinatown nor the Richmond District but rather in SoMa's unlikely and soulless Rincon Center. Run by the... more

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Eating Town Hall, San Francisco

The menu at Town Hall is a lively mix that chef-owners Mitchell and Steven Rosenthal, the brothers behind the stoves at Postrio, call "New Orleans meets New... more

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Eating Tartine Bakery, San Francisco

The queue moves as slowly as a Cold War–era breadline, and you'll be hard-pressed to find anywhere to sit, but the cakes, pastries, and cookies at Tartine... more

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Eating Swan Oyster Depot, San Francisco

Opened in 1912, Swan Oyster Depot isn't a restaurant, it's a landmark. Today, the fifth generation is behind the original marble counter, and the ground rules... more

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Sushi Ran, San Francisco

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Eating Spruce, San Francisco

Nearly three years in the making, Spruce is a large designed-to-the-hilt joint that feels like it's straight out of a Williams-Sonoma Home catalog. Enter... more

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Eating SPQR, San Francisco

The ancient initials emblazoned on Rome's manhole covers and imperial landmarks popped up on trendy Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights, in the form of a... more

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Eating Spork, San Francisco

Chef-owner Bruce Binn—a veteran of such S.F. mainstays as Citizen Cake and the Slow Club—describes the look of his Mission District eatery Spork as... more

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Eating Slanted Door, San Francisco

Now in its third location, trendy contemporary Vietnamese spot Slanted Door has found a suitably swank home in the northeast corner of the Ferry Building. The... more

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Eating Medjool Restaurant and Lounge, San Francisco

An adventurous spot for cocktails and dinner with the funky Mission District crowd, Medjool has an impressively high-ceilinged red and saffron dining room and a... more

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Limón, San Francisco

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Eating Jardinière, San Francisco

Jardinière is the epitome of fine dining, San Francisco–style: polished in front, organic-sustainable in back. The beautiful split-level Art Deco... more

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Eating Jai Yun, San Francisco

This San Francisco Chinese mainstay may have improved its ambiance by moving from its old spot on Pacific Avenue, but Jai Yun's eccentric service remains the... more

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Eating Incanto, San Francisco

If Incanto was in your neighborhood, you might eat there several times a week. The vaulted stone ceilings and blond wood furniture create a feeling of casual... more

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Eating Hog Island Oyster Company, San Francisco

Hog Island Oyster Company is not strictly a restaurant, but rather an outdoor shack on Marin's Tomales Bay, built right next to the beds where the oysters grow... more

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Eating Gary Danko, San Francisco

Gary Danko is the city's favorite culinary son; his restaurant is both a serious dining destination and a local favorite that's convivial, never stuffy. The... more

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Eating Fleur de Lys, San Francisco

French is the language of romance and cuisine, and Fleur de Lys is fluent in both. Open 45 years and counting, this is the last of the great Continental... more

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Eating Ferry Building Marketplace, San Francisco

The iconic whitewashed Ferry Building, standing proud at the water's edge behind a row of statuesque palms, is a sight in itself. Situated on a sunny patch of... more

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Eating Chez Panisse Restaurant and Café, San Francisco

When Alice Waters opened Chez Panisse in 1971, she sparked a "green" revolution that spread around the world. And though focusing on local, artisanal... more

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Eating Bushi-Tei, San Francisco

While Asian fusion is starting to feel old-fashioned, the innovative Cal-French cuisine with a Japanese accent at Bushi-Tei seems decidedly nouveau. The... more

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Eating Bocadillos, San Francisco

Regardless of what time of day you sit down at the Financial District tapas bar Bocadillos, Gerald Hirigoyen's menu provides just the right treat: baked eggs... more

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Bacar, San Francisco

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Albona, San Francisco

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Eating A16, San Francisco

Trendy Marina District spot A16 has it all: great food; an extensive, well-chosen wine list; and a happening scene. The sleek, dark space, all concrete floors... more

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Nightlife Zeitgeist, San Francisco

The city's de facto biker bar is patronized by tattooed Mission hipsters, bicycle-riding twentysomethings, blue-collar dudes in thermal shirts, and, of course,... more

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Nightlife Truck, San Francisco

Truck pulls mellow gay guys and gals off the beaten Castro path. It's an easygoing place, with cheap micheladas, burgers, and fries and free shots at the start... more

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Nightlife Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar, San Francisco

Lovers of kitsch will relish the Fairmont's faux-Polynesian bar, its entrance guarded by a stern-faced totem. Inside, there's a dance floor made from an actual... more

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Nightlife Supperclub, San Francisco

An average night's entertainment at Supperclub might include an aerialist, a python-festooned exotic dancer, and a couple of women in cat costumes prowling... more

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Nightlife Specs' Twelve Adler Museum Cafe, San Francisco

Tucked in an alleyway off Columbus Avenue, near the storied City Lights bookstore, this North Beach saloon is at once a dive bar and a museum of oddities.... more

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Nightlife Redwood Room, San Francisco

The Redwood Room, at the Clift Hotel, can be a pickup joint, popular with rich businessmen and bottle blondes, but it also blazes with splendor. With its... more

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Nightlife Powerhouse, San Francisco

The Powerhouse holds a torch for the old-school gay-bar standard of hard drinks and heavy stares. Though not particularly big, the space has two levels. The... more

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Nightlife Orbit Room Café, San Francisco

A cool place to mingle with local Vespa-riding hipsters, the slightly grimy Orbit Room features a pressed-tin ceiling, an Art Deco facade, and rose-colored cone... more

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Nightlife Noc Noc, San Francisco

Evoking a nuclear fallout shelter, a Dr. Seuss illustration, and a Martian cocktail lounge all in one, Noc Noc may have the strangest interior of any bar you've... more

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Nightlife Martuni's, San Francisco

The city's only true piano bar, Martuni's draws an always-animated crowd of mostly male bon vivants, ranging in age from 20s to 60s and clad in everything from... more

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Nightlife Lime, San Francisco

Lime recalls the swinging '60s, with pink-tinted windows, shiny white plastic furniture, and an aggressively (sometimes annoyingly) hip gay clientele. Cocktails... more

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Nightlife Lexington Club, San Francisco

Considering San Francisco is the gayest city in America, there's a surprising dearth of lesbian bars. Thank goodness for the stalwart Lexington Club, which... more

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Nightlife Harlot, San Francisco

Named for the Barbary Coast–era prostitutes who dominated SoMa back in the day, Harlot is situated on shadowy Minna Street behind a velvet rope and... more

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Nightlife Foreign Cinema/Laszlo Bar, San Francisco

One wall of this restaurant's expansive heated courtyard functions as a screen for art-house foreign films—but most patrons don't actually watch the... more

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Nightlife The Fillmore, San Francisco

Once a 1920s dance hall, the Fillmore is decorated with concert posters dating back to its heyday in the mid-'60s, when legendary rock producer Bill Graham... more

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Nightlife Eagle Tavern, San Francisco

The Sunday afternoon beer bust at the Eagle Tavern is—by far—the biggest daytime boy-bar scene in the city. Everyone from leather-clad biker dudes... more

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Nightlife Cantina, San Francisco

Dozens of votive candles cast a honeyed glow upon coppery tequila-hued walls and neo-tropical wallpaper inside this cozy Latin art salon and "culinary cocktail"... more

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Nightlife Bourbon & Branch, San Francisco

Situated in an authentic 1920s speakeasy, Bourbon & Branch is SF's answer to New York and London's Milk & Honey—an unmarked watering hole in... more

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Nightlife Asia SF, San Francisco

If you can't commit to the over-the-top drag dinner theater of Teatro ZinZanni, visit Asia SF to admire its gender illusionists. Unlike drag queens, these... more

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The Ambassador, San Francisco

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Nightlife Absinthe Brasserie and Bar, San Francisco

With copper-topped tables, checkerboard-tile floor, and antique mirrors, genteel Absinthe evokes a French brasserie of the Belle Époque. Its excellent... more

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Nightlife 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco

This large, warehouselike space is a gallery and performance venue as well as a bar and club. In the main room, eccentric local art is displayed. On the dance... more

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1015, San Francisco

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Ombudsman: A Real Washout
Article Ombudsman: A Real Washout, Puerto Vallarta from Condé Nast Traveler

A Mexican resort's paltry beach, and other snafus, leave a Denver family sorely disappointed

Article Internet Access, United States from Condé Nast Traveler

If I had a nickel for every hour I've spent desperately trying—and failing—to get online while traveling, I could buy my own portable satellite... more

Article The Middle East: Traveling Outside the Comfort Zone, Israel from Condé Nast Traveler

Though virtually ignored as a destination by Americans, the Middle East is a trove of culture, history, and natural beauty. From the ancient forts and empty... more

A Conversation with Madeleine Albright
Article A Conversation with Madeleine Albright, United States from Condé Nast Traveler

Article Quick Trips, United States from Condé Nast Traveler

Your guide to: High art in Minneapolis…Midcentury architecture in Palm Springs…Minimalism in Beacon…Good grooves in Austin

Northeast Brazil: Under the Equator
Article Northeast Brazil: Under the Equator, Brazil from Condé Nast Traveler

Majestic deltas, magnificent beaches, and a festival that makes Mardi Gras look like a convention of accountants—just a few of the attractions luring... more

Four great cities . . . on $250 each
Article Four great cities . . . on $250 each, Boston from Condé Nast Traveler

May 2008 marks Condé Nast Traveler's 250th issue, and in celebration(and, less happily, in recognition of the dollar's feeble state), we askedfour of our... more

Article Voluntourism, Cambodia from Condé Nast Traveler

Just back from her own hands-on experience, Dorinda Elliott introduces this surging movement. Plus: Teaching—and learning—in Cambodia, stove makeing... more

Eating Port O' Call, Bermuda

This bustling spot on Hamilton's main street serves up interesting takes on fresh local seafood. Among the best dishes on the lunch menu are the... more

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Pickled Onion, Bermuda

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Eating Mickey's Beach Bistro & Bar, Bermuda

Far less swanky than Elbow Beach's two formal restaurants, Mickey's still manages to charge steep rates for surprisingly ordinary food. The service, however, is... more

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Eating Hi Tide, Bermuda

It's surprising to find such an ambitious restaurant in such an intentionally casual resort, but the main restaurant at 9 Beaches is turning out some of the... more

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Frog and Onion Pub, Bermuda

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Eating Coconut Rock, Bermuda

Hidden among the shops (and foot traffic) of Reid Street, Coconut Rock requires sleuthlike skills to find. But once you taste the spicy linguine with tiger... more

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Eating Café Gio, Bermuda

Fearing the cruise ship throngs, locals and discerning travelers usually avoid St. George's Harbour like the plague. Thankfully, the area now has an oasis where... more

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Nightlife Café Cairo, Bermuda

Part Middle Eastern hookah lounge, part lavish dance club, and part fabulous restaurant, Café Cairo brings some much-needed sex appeal to Front Street,... more

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Eating Blû Bar & Grill, Bermuda

If you can look past the remote location of the Belmont Hills Golf Club, you'll find the culinary experience at its restaurant well worth the trouble. The... more

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Waterloo House, Bermuda

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Royal Palms Hotel
Hotel Royal Palms Hotel, Bermuda

In a country where everything from bottled water to taxi rides is overpriced, the century-old Royal Palms is a refreshingly good value. Just blocks away from... more

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The Reefs
Hotel The Reefs, Bermuda

More than 60 percent of the guests at the Reefs are repeat visitors. What are they coming back for? Comfort—as in fluffed pillows, homemade chocolate-chip... more

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Horizons & Cottages, Bermuda

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Fairmont Southampton
Hotel Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda

Catering to big families, golfers, beach bums, and those who'd rather avoid the intimate "charms" of B&Bs, the mammoth, 593-room Fairmont Southampton—the... more

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Elbow Beach
Hotel Elbow Beach, Bermuda

This nearly century-old grand dame, painted a jaunty yellow and looming over a half-mile stretch of pink sand, completed a $5.5 million dollar overhaul in 2010.... more

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Cambridge Beaches
Hotel Cambridge Beaches, Bermuda

Old-fashioned in the best possible sense, this cottage colony in the northwest part of the island posts a list of its return guests on a public bulletin board.... more

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Ariel Sands, Bermuda

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9 Beaches
Hotel 9 Beaches, Bermuda

Opened in May of 2005, this resort aims to be the anti-Bermuda—a young, hip alternative to the often stodgy, traditional cottage colony. And so the 84... more

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See + Do Verdmont House Museum, Bermuda

This historic house-turned-museum is filled with an extensive and rare collection of antiques—most of which were amassed by John Dickinson, the wealthy... more

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See + Do St. George's, Bermuda

The historic town of St. George's, the landing site of English colonists shipwrecked en route to Virginia in 1609 and the oldest continuously occupied town of... more

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See + Do Shipwreck Dives in Bermuda, Bermuda

As a navigational point for ships crossing the Atlantic to and from the New World, Bermuda was on the map for sailors in as early as the 16th century.... more

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See + Do Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda

A fascinating remnant of Bermuda's role in the British–American conflict, this massive compound of 19th-century buildings on the tip of Bermuda's western... more

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See + Do Fishing in Bermuda, Bermuda

Bermuda's prime big-game fishing season is April to November. That's when yellowfin tuna and blue marlin frequent its warm waters, along with barracuda,... more

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See + Do Golf in Bermuda, Bermuda

With nine golf courses scattered across its modest landmass, Bermuda has more greens per square mile than any other place in the world. The 18-hole par-three... more

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See + Do Botanical Gardens, Bermuda

Although the entire island could rightly be considered a botanical garden, this spectacular 36-acre property lets you see some of Bermuda's prettiest... more

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See + Do Boating in Bermuda, Bermuda

One of the best ways to explore St. George's Castle Harbour is by renting a boat. Thirteen-foot Boston Whalers with Bimini tops are available at Blue Hole Water... more

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See + Do Bermuda Maritime Museum, Bermuda

Not just for nautical buffs and history majors, the Maritime Museum is a fascinating (honest!) collection of exhibits dedicated to Bermuda's social, nautical,... more

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See + Do Beaches of Bermuda, Bermuda

The pink-sand beaches of this island are unlike any others in the Caribbean. Most people think the color comes from broken shells and bits of coral, but it's... more

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Nightlife Quito's Gazebo, British Virgin Islands

Tortola's Cane Garden Bay is the place to do a barefoot bar hop down the beach. Walk along the crescent strand, eavesdropping on the ebb and flow of people... more

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Nightlife Bomba Surfside Shack, British Virgin Islands

To call this beach bar on Tortola's Cappoon's Bay a shack is an insult to shanties everywhere. Still, this jumble of flotsam and jetsam—held together, it... more

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Nightlife William Thornton, British Virgin Islands

Body shots, temporary tattoos, synchronized shooters via an ingenious contraption called the “shotski,” impromptu nakedness. This floating bar... more

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Nightlife Foxy's Tamarind Bar and Grill, British Virgin Islands

Foxy Callwood's eponymous watering hole on Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, is the most famous bar in the Caribbean. Foxy is a famed raconteur and politically... more

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See + Do The Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

These enormous art museums—one filled with "ancient" works; the other, modern—will keep you busy for a day, or two. They chart the history of... more

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See + Do Musée des Instruments de Musique, Brussels

Known as MIM, the Musical Instrument Museum would be worth seeing even if it were empty, since it's housed in the beautiful Art Nouveau former Old England... more

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See + Do La Maison Autrique, Brussels

The first building designed by Belgium's greatest architect, Victor Horta. It was restored by Brussels' own François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters,... more

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See + Do Ixelles, Brussels

An extremely pleasant neighborhood of boulevards, squares, and a string of lakes known as the Étangs d'Ixelles. It's worth the trip for real-estate... more

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See + Do Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée, Brussels

The Comic Strip Museum is another attraction that's housed in a building at least as great as the museum itself (in fact, unless you're a huge Tintin fan, the... more

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See + Do Bruparck, Brussels

In the shadow of the instantly recognizable '50s-futuristic Atomium, built for the World's Fair of 1958, sits this haven for kids: the Océade swimming... more

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See + Do Bois de la Cambre, Brussels

At 272 acres, Bois de la Cambre is Brussels's biggest park. This central spot is a delightful place to spend an afternoon strolling around its woodland paths.... more

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See + Do Horta Museum, Brussels

As Gaudí is to Barcelona, Victor Horta is to Brussels, and this, his former house, is now his museum. If you think you're not interested in Art Nouveau,... more

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