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The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac overlooks Quebec City. Americans will soon need a passport to visit this and other Canadian cites. (Photo courtesy of Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac) Planning a ski trip to the Canada or a spring break trip to Mexico? You’ll soon need a US passport to travel

WHY IT’S A CONTENDER: The words "deal" and "The Little Nell" rarely share the same billing, but this is the time of year when the leaves turn, the rates fall, and even the locals are known to check in for a romantic night or two. Luxury hotels don’t come much

     I was standing on a bed of quivering mud, the Irish Sea lapping away at my brand new Gore Tex hiking boots, at a point where the River Leven meets Morecambe Bay. Six other people in shorts and fleece and silly smiles stood there with me, engaged in

While the new airline security measures are being assessed and adjusted, another safety net is coming under scrutiny: travel insurance. (Courtesy: American Airlines) If you had been stuck at Heathrow Airport during last week’s lengthy delays and missed your flight — or it was cancelled, as many flights were —

    WHY IT’S A CONTENDER: Martha’s Vineyard, which lies off the coast of Massachusetts, takes on its true colors during fall foliage season. This is the Vineyard sans day trippers and summer visitors. The crowds have left the winding streets of Edgartown, the backroads can be enjoyed on a

Why It’s a Contender: Most of America still thinks of Boulder as Berkeley with bigger hills, a gorgeous town 30 minutes from Denver (and under an hour from Denver International Airport) where aging hippies mingle with college kids and fitness-obsessed Boomers. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but Boulder

Skiing is the closest I come to flying. So when I saw an Andean condor soaring among the jagged 19,000 foot peaks at Portillo last September, I felt truly inspired. With its 11-foot wingspan, it rode the thermals in a cobalt blue sky, leaving enormous shadows against the rocky flanks

  THE INTERVIEW: EUGENE KILGORE Bitterroot Ranch (Courtesy Ranchweb) Been on a horse lately? The concept of the dude ranch vacation has changed radically in the past decade, as ranches have adapted to dudes who don’t necessarily want to sit in the saddle all day. So we decided to track

DRIVING THE MAINE COAST One of my earliest childhood memories is trout fishing with my grandfather at Acadia National Park. A few decades later, my wife Gayle and I honeymooned on Deer Isle. In the years between, I’ve driven the "reaches," long, narrow peninsulas that stretch like fingers into a

America’s Best Food And Wine Festivals Chef Ming Tsai (photo Perry Johnson, Imagica) Some are down-home, others are fancy, but they all celebrate the country’s greatest tastes. Dig in! By Tom Passavant If there’s one thing we Americans have in common, it’s a love of food. So it’s no surprise