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Frugal Traveler: In Lima, Peru, History and Culture Run Deep

The Peruvian capital is a truly an international city, with a wealth of sights, tastes and activities that connect the present with its ancient past.

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California’s Marrakesh: A Country Club That’s Chic Again

“How seriously can you take yourself when you live in a pink house?” said one resident of a desert complex where time stands still and hair doesn’t frizz.

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Entrepreneurship: Travel Agents for Youth Sports Teams? Not All See It as a Perk

A specialized type of travel agent coordinates travel arrangements for youth sports teams. But not all parents and coaches are thrilled.

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Frugal Family: A Jamaica Trip With the Ultimate Travel Amenity: A Nanny

For the Frugal Family, the appeal of an all-inclusive resort came from the child care and the possibility of a vacation that would feel like a vacation.

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Frugal Family: 5 Tips for Finding Child Care for Your Next Vacation

Finding reliable, affordable child care can be enough of a challenge at home. Where does one even begin to get help on the road? Here are five tips.

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Carry-On: What Anthony Bourdain Can’t Travel Without

The host of “Parts Unknown” always brings Moleskine notebooks, jujitsu uniforms and clothing that will work as a pillow.

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Favorite Place: Genoa Isn’t Rome or Florence. That’s Part of Its Charm.

The author has prowled the streets of the Italian city for over 15 years, wondering the whole time why there are so few other people doing the same thing.

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Restaurant Review: Union Square Cafe Returns, With More Than a Dash of Déjà Vu

The reboot of Danny Meyer’s first restaurant replicates much of the look, taste and comfort that made the original so popular.

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Chasing the Deal: After Decline in Paris Tourism, Hotels Offer Discounts

Attacks in the city and in Europe have led luxury properties to lower prices — and to add perks.

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Personal Journeys: For Road-Weary Cyclists, a Room, a Couch, Maybe Even a Meal.

Warm Showers, run by a network of volunteers, pairs cyclists with hosts in 175 countries. There is no fee, but there might be Hawaiian pizza.

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