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Wine Tasting, Carmel Valley, California

If you can't swing a trip to Napa during your visit to northern California, don't sweat it: Monterey County produces some damn good wines. The cool and foggy...more

see the Big Sur + Monterey guide
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Wine Tasting in the Hamptons, New York

You'll find a few vineyards on the South Fork, namely Channing Daughters (631-537-7224), Wölffer Estate (631-537-5106), and Duck Walk (631-726-7555), but...more

see the The Hamptons guide
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Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle, Washington

Seattle's diffuse and rapidly gentrifying International District has a powerful touchstone in this newly expanded museum. Exhibits include works by local Asian...more

see the Seattle guide
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Wolfsonian-FIU, Miami Beach, Florida

This museum, run by Florida International University, is smack in the middle of the Deco splendors of South Beach, and worth a visit for the building itself: a...more

see the Miami guide
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World Trade Center Site/Ground Zero, New York City, New York

The devastating events of September 11, 2001, are still painfully fresh memories to all New Yorkers. The 16-acre site that once held the World Trade Center is...more

see the New York City guide
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Wrangell is a small, friendly town located near the mouth of the Stikine River, the largest undammed river in North America. (John Muir, the 19th-century...more

see the Alaska guide
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Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois

Regardless of how the Cubs play (both the team and its fans are long-suffering), catching a game on a sunny afternoon at historic Wrigley Field is a...more

see the Chicago guide
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Wynwood Art Scene, Miami, Florida

This developing neighborhood in Northwest Miami, which still looks pretty rough around the edges, is a new mecca for art collectors. Several prominent galleries...more

see the Miami guide
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Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Sitting on top of what geologists call a "super volcano," the park—the nation's first, which was preserved by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1872—is...more

see the Jackson guide
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Zipline Tour, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii

Inspired by the zip lines he saw in the rain forests of Costa Rica, Rick Haviland came home to Hawaii and installed his own zip line in the pastoral Kipu Ranch,...more

see the Kauai guide
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