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Written By wartini cantika on Jumat, 13 Maret 2015 | 17.35

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  1. Bites

    By JOSHUA DAVID STEIN

    The restaurateur Brendan Sodikoff's latest venture offers Texas barbecue, about as authentic as it can be 1,000 miles northeast of Austin.

  2. Surfacing

    By ELAINE GLUSAC

    Pilsen, a Mexican-American enclave in the city's Lower West Side, now draws tourists thanks to new shops, breweries and restaurants.

  3. Check In

    By FREDA MOON

    ­A stylish hotel with an excellent location, thoughtful perks and destination-style dining without having to leave your room.

  4. Footsteps

    By FREDA MOON

    The filmmaker's adopted hometown was brought to life in classics like "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," "Sixteen Candles" and "The Breakfast Club."

  5. A tour of the city for travelers wanting to follow in the footsteps of Ferris Bueller and other classic Hughes characters.

  6. Bites

    By FREDA MOON

    The food sparkles at this Gold Coast project by Paul Kahan, one of Chicago's most versatile restaurateurs.

  7. Pursuits

    By GUSTAVE AXELSON

    The city is a bastion of craft brews that gain character from time spent in bourbon barrels.

  8. Frugal Traveler

    By SETH KUGEL

    Sample everything from pizza to pancakes, classical music to the blues, during a frugal-friendly weekend in the Windy City.

  9. Check In

    By EMILY BRENNAN

    Opened last September along the Chicago River, Langham's fourth property in the United States pays careful attention to service and design.

  10. Frugal Traveler

    By SETH KUGEL

    You may be surprised at how far $25 can take you during a layover in Chicago.

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Charleston, S.C.

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  1. Check In

    By CHERYL LU-LIEN TAN

    The overall tone is opulent Old South, but the details are modern luxe at this boutique hotel that opened early last year.

  2. Choice Tables

    By SUZANNE MacNEILLE

    Go on a restaurant crawl through downtown, starting with a new spot that's spiced with intriguingly weird ideas and ending with a classic place where formality is leavened by a lighthearted spirit.

  3. Bites

    By SHEILA MARIKAR

    In a spot where drivers used to fuel their cars, diners now fill up on the type of Asian food that's hard to find around the city.

  4. 36 Hours

    By JEANNIE RALSTON

    Crowds are thinner and temperatures are mild during winter in this Southern city, making the season a great time to visit.

  5. Heads Up

    By ROSE MAURA LORRE

    After an 18-month renovation Charlestonians rediscover the 204-year-old city market.

  6. 36 Hours

    By SHAILA DEWAN

    This graceful Southern city has new restaurants, shops and transformed neighborhoods to discover.

  7. By LIONEL BEEHNER

    Eight off-season getaways where the throngs have yet to appear, hotel rates are down and the beaches are bare.

  8. Cultured Traveler

    By JIM RUTENBERG

    From proudly spartan to a romanticized theme park, two Charleston, S.C., plantations look to the past in contrasting ways.

  9. By ADAM NAGOURNEY

    This is an outing you want to do early, when the streets are empty and cool and the morning sun puts the historic houses in their best light.

  10. By CHRIS DIXON

    This progressive and mystically lovely South Carolina city, surrounded by water and wilderness, can be a destination for the budget-conscious.

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Italy

Written By wartini cantika on Senin, 12 Januari 2015 | 17.35

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  1. Personal Journeys

    By DANIELLE PERGAMENT

    To help her children become bilingual, a travel writer investigates options from public school programs at home to day camps abroad.

  2. Footsteps

    By ONDINE COHANE

    Five centuries after "The Prince" was written, visiting spots in and around Florence that track the arc of Machiavelli's life.

  3. The Getaway

    By NANCY BUTTON NATHAN

    Here's why taking a tour of a destination you've been to several times just might make sense.

  4. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    A trip to the source, in northwest Italy, can turn the pricey specialties into affordable treats.

  5. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    In this coastal corner of Italy, you can lounge on the beach, take in dazzling views and even indulge in a seafood splurge — all on a frugal budget.

  6. Check In

    By KATIE PARLA

    This boutique property, opened late last year, offers a superb location and a good value for a five-star hotel.

  7. By GAIA PIANIGIANI

    Cooking tours offer Sicilians a chance to share their culture with visitors who want a taste of it.

  8. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    The answer: It depends. That said, here are some things to consider if you're visiting Amsterdam, Madrid, Florence or Paris.

  9. By ANDREW FERREN

    On this island in the Venice Lagoon, glassmaking has been revered by doges and tourists alike.

  10. By ELAINE GLUSAC

    Hop from the coast of England to an island in Germany to an olive orchard in Italy, exploring a suite of moderately priced properties.

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Italy

Written By wartini cantika on Minggu, 11 Januari 2015 | 17.35

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861

  1. Personal Journeys

    By DANIELLE PERGAMENT

    To help her children become bilingual, a travel writer investigates options from public school programs at home to day camps abroad.

  2. Footsteps

    By ONDINE COHANE

    Five centuries after "The Prince" was written, visiting spots in and around Florence that track the arc of Machiavelli's life.

  3. The Getaway

    By NANCY BUTTON NATHAN

    Here's why taking a tour of a destination you've been to several times just might make sense.

  4. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    A trip to the source, in northwest Italy, can turn the pricey specialties into affordable treats.

  5. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    In this coastal corner of Italy, you can lounge on the beach, take in dazzling views and even indulge in a seafood splurge — all on a frugal budget.

  6. Check In

    By KATIE PARLA

    This boutique property, opened late last year, offers a superb location and a good value for a five-star hotel.

  7. By GAIA PIANIGIANI

    Cooking tours offer Sicilians a chance to share their culture with visitors who want a taste of it.

  8. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    The answer: It depends. That said, here are some things to consider if you're visiting Amsterdam, Madrid, Florence or Paris.

  9. By ANDREW FERREN

    On this island in the Venice Lagoon, glassmaking has been revered by doges and tourists alike.

  10. By ELAINE GLUSAC

    Hop from the coast of England to an island in Germany to an olive orchard in Italy, exploring a suite of moderately priced properties.

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Italy

Written By wartini cantika on Sabtu, 10 Januari 2015 | 17.35

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863

  1. Personal Journeys

    By DANIELLE PERGAMENT

    To help her children become bilingual, a travel writer investigates options from public school programs at home to day camps abroad.

  2. Footsteps

    By ONDINE COHANE

    Five centuries after "The Prince" was written, visiting spots in and around Florence that track the arc of Machiavelli's life.

  3. The Getaway

    By NANCY BUTTON NATHAN

    Here's why taking a tour of a destination you've been to several times just might make sense.

  4. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    A trip to the source, in northwest Italy, can turn the pricey specialties into affordable treats.

  5. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    In this coastal corner of Italy, you can lounge on the beach, take in dazzling views and even indulge in a seafood splurge — all on a frugal budget.

  6. Check In

    By KATIE PARLA

    This boutique property, opened late last year, offers a superb location and a good value for a five-star hotel.

  7. By GAIA PIANIGIANI

    Cooking tours offer Sicilians a chance to share their culture with visitors who want a taste of it.

  8. Frugal Traveler

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    The answer: It depends. That said, here are some things to consider if you're visiting Amsterdam, Madrid, Florence or Paris.

  9. By ANDREW FERREN

    On this island in the Venice Lagoon, glassmaking has been revered by doges and tourists alike.

  10. By ELAINE GLUSAC

    Hop from the coast of England to an island in Germany to an olive orchard in Italy, exploring a suite of moderately priced properties.

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India

Written By wartini cantika on Kamis, 08 Januari 2015 | 17.36

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  1. Pursuits

    By CHRISTINE NEGRONI

    On a recent trip to Jaipur, a global center for gem cutting, I indulged in visits to jewelry shops, as my grandmother often did.

  2. Modern Love

    By GAYLE FORMAN

    The loss of our friends was a silent stowaway, riding atop our shoulders for a year; but then in writing a book about them, it opened up love, buoyant and uplifting.

  3. Bites

    By SARAH KHAN

    "Indian cuisine version 2.0" is on the menu at this spot that opened in October.

  4. Pursuits

    By MARY PILON

    With her cellphone turned off, the author journeys to Rishikesh, India, where some people think yoga was born.

  5. Personal Journeys

    By RUSS JUSKALIAN

    On an adventure to Jaisalmer and beyond, taking in the view from nearly 900-year-old fort walls and exploring the Thar Desert.

  6. Pursuits

    By SHIVANI VORA

    The author heads to northern India for a tasting tour of dhabas, casual restaurants famous for their inexpensive and remarkably tasty cuisine.

  7. Pursuits

    By ABBY AGUIRRE

    In this small territory along the Arabian Sea, aging buildings reborn as hotels are connecting guests with a textured past.

  8. Foraging

    By SHIVANI VORA

    Mehar Chand Market has emerged as a hot shopping spot, with merchants selling everything from fashion to food.

  9. Heads Up

    By SHIVANI VORA

    Nashik, a picturesque area about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Mumbai, is turning into a popular wine destination.

  10. By MICHAEL BENANAV

    Some go to a high spot in northern India to see a sacred Sikh lake, others to visit the Valley of Flowers. But, as the author found, both treks can produce transcendent experiences.

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Japan

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  1. Personal Journeys

    By AMY CHOZICK

    The author, who once lived in Tokyo, shares some of her favorite spots, as well as her struggles with alienation in the city.

  2. Frugal Traveler

    By BONNIE TSUI

    Budget-conscious travelers can shop, snack and sip in the old-school Sugamo neighborhood for a song.

  3. Pursuits

    By ROBIN POGREBIN

    A family of four adjusts to the rhythms of a new culture, with the two younger ones leading the way.

  4. Look

    Photographs by MATTHEW PILLSBURY

    New vitality in Japan's metropolis.

  5. Heads Up

    By ELAINE GLUSAC

    Machiya, traditional Japanese townhouses, are resurfacing as places for travelers to shop and sleep.

  6. Next Stop

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    The remote island's unspoiled beaches, coral reefs, tropical vistas and other splendors lead some to call it "the most beautiful place in Japan."

  7. Heads Up

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    Osaka, Japan's third-largest city, is increasingly the place to taste domestic craft brews.

  8. By JAMES BARRON

    As Japan Week begins in New York City, a video about the roles of a diplomat and a tourist-bureau employee in saving Jews from the Nazis will be shown at Grand Central Terminal on Thursday.

  9. 36 Hours

    By INGRID K. WILLIAMS

    Explore shrines and temples, browse design shops, sample deep-fried food on skewers and more during a weekend in Japan's former imperial capital.

  10. Overnighter

    By BARBARA IRELAND

    Temples and shrines co-star with waterfalls and mountains in Nikko, two and and a half hours from Tokyo by train.

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Los Angeles Travel

Written By wartini cantika on Jumat, 02 Januari 2015 | 17.36

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  1. Check In

    By BONNIE TSUI

    This vibrant new hotel, created by the team behind the Ace and NoMad hotels in New York, sets out to capture the 24-hour energy of the Koreatown neighborhood.

  2. A Quiet Drink

    By ADAM NAGOURNEY

    In this restaurant-conscious city, bars are joining the scene.

  3. By JEFF GORDINIER

    A star in his own right, Mr. Choi went from slinging tacos in traffic to helping conceptualize a new hotel in Koreatown.

  4. Surfacing

    By BONNIE TSUI

    New businesses have added flavor to the neighborhood's energetic night life in recent years.

  5. Bites

    By FREDA MOON

    This spot, which opened in April, serves serious seafood with a side of humor.

  6. By FREDA MOON

    From Coney Island to the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles to Oklahoma, visiting a collection of places that formed notable chapters in the folk singer's life.

  7. Bites

    By DAVID FARLEY

    The chef at this new spot procures up to 80 percent of his restaurant's seasonal ingredients from local food purveyors.

  8. By JEFF GORDINIER

    So-called food sherpas offer small groups of visitors an intimate encounter with carefully chosen local purveyors, and help them order what's right.

  9. Check In

    By ADAM NAGOURNEY

    This storied property, newly refurbished and reopened last year, is the latest player in this city's lineup of stylish hotels that celebrate Hollywood glamour and history.

  10. Cultured Traveler

    By SAM LUBELL

    Julius Shulman photographed some of the most iconic structures in Los Angeles, including Case Study House 22 and the Eames House. Here's how you can visit them.

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In Transit Blog: On Yelp, Reviews With a Side of Bookings

Written By wartini cantika on Senin, 27 Oktober 2014 | 17.35

Yelp, the online user-review and ratings site of everything from restaurants to spas to churches, is entering the hotel-booking game.

On Tuesday, it announced a partnership with Hipmunk, a travel search engine that lets people browse flights and hotels by a combination of factors like pricing, layover duration and amenities. Hipmunk, already in partnerships with direct-booking sites like Getaroom and Hotels.com, now supports a small number of hotels on Yelp. Users will now be able to book hotel rooms through it, without ever leaving Yelp's site.

Rachel Walker, a Yelp spokeswoman, would not specify the number of hotels this includes, though she said it was small. She added that the this is just a first step.

"Once we we feel confident that our users are happy with the experience," she said, "we'll add more listings and eventually roll out booking functionality to tens of thousands of hotels."

Yelp began its foray into bookings in 2013, forging partnerships with companies like Delivery.com and Booker that have allowed it to process transactions for food delivery and spa appointments.

But other online companies are also increasing their booking capabilities. Thanks to its acquisition of La Fourchette, the user-review site TripAdvisor now accepts restaurant reservations. And earlier this year Priceline, which already books flights and hotels, bought the reservations site OpenTable, aiming to add restaurants to its offerings.

And another sign that the worlds of user-reviewed listings, bookings and online deals are increasingly colliding: Now Groupon is heading into Yelp's territory. On Wednesday it announced the launch of Pages, an online directory of individual businesses that will include user reviews.

 


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In Transit Blog: Dinner, a Movie and a Flight Out of Minneapolis

Photo Rendering of the screening room at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.Credit Architectural Alliance

At the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, a layover means more than just a long wait between flights. The airport has transformed its C Concourse into an "arts corridor," culminating next month with the opening of a screening room.

The lounge will include modular and cinema-style seating with multiple high-definition screens; rotating programs highlighting local filmmakers; and a collapsible stage for lectures or small performances.

"It's all about trying to create a corridor, a first gateway" to the city's arts and culture, said Robyne Robinson, the arts and culture director of the Airport Foundation MSP. "We want to make sure that when people get ofthe plane, they know there's a place they can go to and get to know us and get onto their flight and have a better understanding of what Minneapolis is, so that the next time they come through, they'll want to see some film, see some art."

Minneapolis's new screening room is not the first time an airport has offered films for its passengers, but it's the first of its kind in the United States, the Metropolitan Airports Commission's Melissa Scovronski said. Commercially run cinemas are available to passengers in Seoul's Incheon International Airport, and there's an IMAX theater in Hong Kong International Airport's Terminal 2. Changi Airport in Singapore opened the world's first in-airport theater in 1998, with a second built in 2008, officials there said. Both are free.

These opportunities for entertainment amid layovers are part of the transformation of airports, from places where people "flop down and have no sense of what's going on" to a hub for showcasing a region's people and opportunities, Ms. Robinson said. Information about films will be posted on the foundation's website, so travelers can learn more about what they're watching and even choose to arrive at the airport earlier for dinner and a movie, Ms. Robinson said.

A version of this article appears in print on 10/26/2014, on page TR3 of the NewYork edition with the headline: River Cruise: Deeper Into the Amazon.


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