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NY Times Travel 43m
In Uzbekistan, a country that has only recently began opening itself to tourism, 52 Places Traveler was welcomed with open arms — by young artists in the capital and professional horseback riders in the countryside alike.
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The is coming up! We talked to the curator behind the exhibits behind the "oscars of the east."
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Plastic pollution is a problem for many tourist locations. Here's what a few places are doing to combat it.
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In 2018 a Nigerian woman said she was kicked off a United flight after a white passenger said she smelled, and a black former NBA player sued the airline for “race-baiting.” Now a black woman says she was repeatedly called "a monkey" by a United employee.
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What do the new Cuba rules mean for people with upcoming trips to the island?
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Catching fields of tulips in peak bloom is not an exact science. As bulbs are the desired product, flowers are not left in the field for long; they are cut to prevent energy being directed into seed setting.
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NY Times Travel 13h
Experimenting is the key, no matter what camera you’re using. For every amazing image a professional photographer takes, there will be hundreds, probably thousands, of images that are terrible.
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NY Times Travel 14h
In Uzbekistan, at the heart of the Silk Road, 52 Places Traveler finds a country that's opening up — and welcoming the world, just like it once did.
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NY Times Travel 15h
Nairobians can drink tequila and dance to Mexican-Kenyan fusion music at Blend Lounge on a Saturday night, then worship with Mexican Catholic priests at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish the next morning.
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Isolated in the South African desert, the 18th-century village of Prince Albert is prized for its languid charm, Cape Dutch architecture and thriving artist colony.
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Rural Mendocino County has managed to escape San Francisco Bay's tech hype and buzz, and for visitors, that means bucolic hikes, farm stands, local cheese and vintage bars.
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NY Times Travel 21h
United Airlines Employee Charged With Using Racial Slurs Toward Customer
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NY Times Travel 21h
When it comes to travel, researching air-quality websites can help inform where you want to go and when you want to be there:
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NY Times Travel 23h
The Keukenhof garden grows 7 million bulbs a year for its annual spring display.
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
Travelers often use disposable items as conveniences that they can simply toss afterward. But all those disposable items add up fast in ways that are quickly apparent on the ground.
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
"I left the Sea Islands with a new appreciation for the rich history of the Gullah people and other longtime residents, as well as a new anxiety about their future."
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
If you've been thinking of going to Cuba, here's what the Trump administration's new rules might mean.
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
“Banning single-use plastics is the way of starting a global movement," said the head of the Earth Day Network. Here are the steps a few places are taking in that direction.
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
What can't Andrew Bolton, of the travel without? A talisman of Hector. Who's Hector, you ask?
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NY Times Travel Apr 22
What makes for a good air-quality face mask? That answer and more:
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