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Eating Mona, Israel

Located in cosmopolitan West Jerusalem, Mona is set in an art-filled cultural institution popular with the city's ever-dwindling secular population. Perhaps... more

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Eating Arcadia, Israel

Chef Ezra Kedem's Arcadia is easily the top table in Jerusalem. Kedem transformed an atmospheric old building into a slice of Provence in the Holy... more

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Mizpe Hayamim
Hotel Mizpe Hayamim, Israel

Located 1,500 feet up Mount Canaan, in the Galilee region, Mizpe Hayamim is Israel's oldest hilltop retreat and a Relais & Châteaux property. Founded in 1967 by... more


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David Citadel
Hotel David Citadel, Israel

If it's a room with a view you're after, the 384-room David Citadel Hotel, which overlooks Jerusalem's Old City walls and the Tower of David, is hard to beat.... more


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See + Do Rosh Pina, Israel

Founded in 1882 by Romanian immigrants, the Galilee village of Rosh Pina predates the establishment of Israel by 66 years. Recently, it has quietly emerged as a... more

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See + Do Jerusalem, Israel

Considering that it's more than 2,000 years old, Jerusalem has been ripe for a mini-makeover—at least in its modern, Western half. And at long last, it is... more

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See + Do Masada and the Dead Sea, Israel

Even for the most jaded traveler, a day in the Judean desert is not easy to forget. There are two ways to see Masada: For the fit, wake up early and climb to... more

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See + Do Caesarea, Israel

Located on the coast 35 miles north of Tel Aviv, Caesarea is one of Israel's most important archaeological sites. Built by Roman-appointed King Herod the Great,... more

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Messa, Israel

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Eating Raphael, Israel

Tel Aviv native Raphael Cohen is the city's most celebrated chef, having first made his name at Jerusalem's King David Hotel before coming home and opening his... more

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Shop Isabel Marant, Paris

If you've ever wondered how French women seem to walk an elegant line between casual and formal, chic without being identifiably fashionable, you'll find it may... more

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Shop E. Dehillerin, Paris

Since 1820, this higgledy-piggledy store under the shadow of the Bourse's dome has been a cook's heaven for pro chefs or Sunday dabblers, with racks of copper... more

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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
Eating L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Paris

Former three-star chef Joël Robuchon was hailed as the best French chef of the 20th century before he retired at age 50. Then, a few years ago, he returned... more

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See + Do Vedettes du Pont Neuf, Paris

Sure, a boat ride on the river is as touristy as an Eiffel Tower hat made of foam rubber, but the fact is that you get a completely different view of Paris, and... more

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See + Do Paris Walks, Paris

The best approach to seeing the French capital is with a lot of shoe leather and a good guide, which is why it's so much fun to join a Paris Walks tour. Owned... more

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See + Do Palais Royal, Paris

The Palais Royal is just across the Rue de Rivoli from the mobbed Louvre, yet surprisingly few people wander into the compound's quiet, colonnaded courtyard.... more

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See + Do Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Since opening in 1986, the Musée d'Orsay has become one of the most successful and beloved museums in the world. The grandiose limestone edifice was... more

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See + Do Musée Carnavalet, Paris

Ignore the Mona Lisa's prima donna claim on the world's imagination. The first museum you should go to in Paris is this superb 140-room collection dedicated to... more

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Château de Versailles
See + Do Château de Versailles, Paris

People visit Versailles in the hopes of being absolutely dazzled by opulence. They're rarely disappointed. The palace is glorious, but unless you already have a... more

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Eating Chez Les Anges, Paris

Cool jazz on the sound system, a sunny veranda, and a cool, modern bar: That's how Jacques and Catherine Lacipiere—the husband-and-wife team also behind... more

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