Vermont's Queen City is ecologically responsible and a playground for the physically active. Just save a little room for some Ben & Jerry's.

  • By Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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‘There is nothing to say about it except the fact that for me it is the only place,’ the artist said of New Mexico.

  • Alexandra Marvar
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The popular museum opened as a pop-up and has become a permanent fixture.

  • Kate Silver
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Treat yourself to a fascinating look at the capital of the British Empire and its maritime history.

  • Will Hawkes
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Highlights

The Japanese island where powder snow is almost guaranteed during the month of January

On Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, hot springs welcome weary skiers after a day on the slopes.

The wild beauty of Scotland’s Western Isles

In the Outer Hebrides, a unique biome known as the machair nurtures vibrant plant life.

10 common travel scams — and how to avoid them

Tips on how to avoid swindles, plus a sampling of destinations where tourists are at risk.

  • Perspective

The first rule is don’t lose your cool. That can only make matters worse.

Vermont's Queen City is ecologically responsible and a playground for the physically active. Just save a little room for some Ben & Jerry's.

  • By Melanie D.G. Kaplan
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Grand Bahama is getting cleaned up for the holidays, but the Abacos need more time.

A local explores the hometown that transformed while he wasn’t looking.

  • Paul Abercrombie
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  • Perspective

If you feel seasick once you get off the ship, and the symptoms don’t go away, you may have a serious illness.

Among the advice: Get the best seat you can. Wear compression socks. Walk around. Skip the alcohol but drink lots of water.

  • Walter Nicklin
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One of the oldest neighborhoods in the city retains its charm.

  • Debra Bruno
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On Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan’s main islands, hot springs welcome weary skiers after a day on the slopes.

  • Dina Mishev
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Lessons, custom boots and figuring out how to find and engage her core helped.

  • Amy Tara Koch
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Once banned at many ski resorts, going up to go down is exhilarating and has recently become more mainstream.

  • Rachel Walker
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  • Perspective

It’s a choice between lower cost and convenience — and there are other options.

Turner Mountain offers top-rated powder plus the feel of the hill you skied on as a kid.

  • Justin Franz
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Lift tickets and accommodations at Le Grand-Bornand are reasonable, and the skiing is outstanding.

The region is home to about 14,000 distilleries that make the popular fruit brandy.

  • Liza Weisstuch
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How and where you can see five of North America’s most remarkable animal migrations

Tips include signing up for alerts and searching for flights through a virtual private network.

  • Danielle Braff
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Despite protected historic status, designers find a way to retrofit castles, baths, and even Stonehenge.

  • Alexandra Pecci
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