February 2010

The Wright at The Guggenheim. By Bobbie Leigh New York City museums are catching up –- to Paris, which boasts the knockout George restaurant in the Pompidou, and to England's dazzling glass box of a restaurant on top of Oxford's Ashmolean Museum. The newest  New York  museum dining incarnations are

Becky Aikman and Fred Plotkin perusing the menu at Osterreicher im MAK in Vienna. Photo by Lana Bortolot. By Becky Aikman There may be no bigger gamble in travel than taking a trip with a friend; the results can fall anywhere between the disastrous and the sublime. But the odds were

A Bona Fide Bistro and A Promising Newcomer La Cave Beauvau. Staring out at the fog shrouding the runways in Zurich airport, I just realized that I'd been daydreaming about the dinner that I had last night at La Cave Beauvau for the last twenty minutes. Why? It was a

  The Deal: Fairmont Orchid 20% Off Sale The Backstory: Set on some of the best real estate on the Kona Coast, the Orchid gets the Hawaiian beach resort experience right. It has a protected beach, a large meandering pool, and an idyllic palm tree setting that's ideal for serious

Heading to Whistler for the Olympics? Contributor Steve Jermanok gives you the rundown 1. Don't Rush The two-hour drive from Vancouver to Whistler is on Highway 99, otherwise known as the Sea to Sky Highway.  Take your time and savor the exquisite scenery as you ride along the quiet shores

A coffee shop on Sheinkin Street, Tel Avivi. Courtesy GoIsrael. by Ed Wetschler The best restaurants, clubs, and hotels of Tel Aviv – and even those that aren’t at the top of the heap – always surprise visitors. In part, that’s because visitors aren’t expecting so much shellfish, tattooed skin,

By Suzy Gershman I am afraid of the dark. I am afraid of heights. And I am really terrified of Italian highways that go over viaducts and leave you hanging out there in the breeze while Enzo in his Fiat is soaring past you at 150kph. So Sarah, the Editorial

The wide, wide beach of Tel Aviv. All photos by Ed Wetschler. by Ed Wetschler In 2009 Tel Aviv marked its 100th anniversary with a 12-month, over-the-top celebration. That might seem strange, considering that many places in Israel were settled several thousand years ago. For example, a Who’s Who of

  US Olympian Lindsey Vonn. It takes a rare resort to host the Olympic Winter Games. Whistler certainly deserves the honour, but previous Games have been held in some of the most unique mountain resorts and cities in the world. Here are five where you can still catch the Olympic