Certain destinations cry out to be explored by car. Here are 15 of our editors' favorite scenic drives, from the Amalfi Coast to the Oregon Coast and beyond.
Don Lemon is forthright on camera and off. In our interview he reminisced and shared his stories, life lessons and experiences traveling the world.
Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. These are the properties selected in the United States.
The Town & Country travel guide continues with the classic pairing of New York City with the scenic, historic Hudson Valley and the classic Hamptons.
New York may be a teeming metropolis, but it is also a gateway to the tranquil Hudson Valley, with its orchards, vineyards, fine restaurants and stately homes that have afforded escape to some of the great names in American history -- Rockefeller, Vanderbilt and Roosevelt among them.
Just three miles from the Bedford Post Inn, The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges presents a splendid alternative for fine dining -- especially while the former's main restaurant is being renovated.
The Hudson River was a crucial frontier during the Revolutionary War. Gen. George Washington had a giant chain stretched across the river at its deepest, and one of its narrowest, points in hopes of thwarting British naval traffic.
As we traveled up the Hudson Valley, I often told people of our visit to the Union Church of Pocantico Hills, an easy drive from Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate.
As the Hudson Valley has emerged from decline, the arts have contributed mightily, drawing visitors who, in turn, have spurred growth in restaurants and hotels.
During our frequent trips to Manhattan, we often feel the need to escape the din and hustle of the city. On our most recent visit, we discovered two contrasting hideaways, one in the Hudson Valley and the other on the East End of Long Island. Since its debut last year, Glenmere Mansion, an 18-room Italianate villa, has received a chorus of swooning praise from the travel press. For once, I tend to concur.