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    36 Hours

    36 Hours in São Paulo, Brazil

    Brazil’s biggest city has long attracted migrants and dreamers, making it a great place to explore a rich variety of local cuisines, musical genres, traditional art and sleek design.


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    Chidiya Tapu beach outside Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is one of the island group’s many beautiful beaches.
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    The Cool, Wild and Very Remote Andaman Islands

    This archipelago in the Indian Ocean offers pristine nature, Indian culture, a glimpse of fascinating communities and some of the most spectacular beaches in the world.


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    A flock of male wild turkeys during the spring breeding season in Madison, Wis.
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    How Wild Turkeys Find Love

    A photographer in Wisconsin set out to learn how wild turkeys attract their mates — and found that the answer involves wingmen and sexy snoods.


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    36 Hours in Mexico City

    Immerse in Mexico City’s vibrant style, outstanding gastronomy, rich history and bustling street life.


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    Clockwise, from top left: black bass crudo from Grano Arso restaurant in Chester, Conn.; New York strip steak from Grano Arso; oysters from Oyster Club in Mystic, Conn., and a foie gras “Popsicle” from the Essex in Old Saybrook, Conn.
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    Exploring Connecticut’s Culinary Corridor

    Foie gras Popsicles? 81-layer croissants? A new wave of restaurants in the state’s maritime southeast brings more to the menu than lobster rolls and pizza.


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    The Democratization of Airport Lounges

    No longer just for the flying elite, these havens from chaos are easier to get into now, with the crowds to prove it.


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    New arrivals include the food court Manifesto Market’s stylish Anděl branch.
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    Prague Gets a Reset and the Emphasis Is Local

    Public spaces, provocative exhibitions, new restaurants and unexpected neighborhoods offer visitors a deeper look into Czech culture.


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    Admir Delic leaps into the Neretva River.
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    Is This the World’s Most Picturesque High Dive?

    Catch a glimpse of a storied tradition in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where, for hundreds of years, divers have leaped from a bridge in the southern city of Mostar.

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