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Travel + Leisure November 2018

TRAVEL + LEISURE™ is an indispensable guide to where to stay, what to eat, and what to do around the globe. Every month, TRAVEL + LEISURE™ puts easy trip ideas, itineraries, and insider information right at your fingertips. Get advice from our travel experts and view the magazine's award-winning photography. The digital edition of TRAVEL + LEISURE™ has all the tools you need to take you where you want to go.

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United States
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Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
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your travel calendar

A trailer at the El Cosmico hotel in Marfa, Texas, one of the best places to visit this month.The weather outside may be frightful, but we know nothing can dampen your wanderlust. The editors of Travel + Leisure keep travelandleisure.com stocked with trip ideas year-round, including our definitive slideshows of the best places to travel each month. Planning for February? Ring in the Lunar New Year with one of the world’s biggest celebrations, in Singapore. If you’re saving your vacation days for July, consider a trip based around Fiji’s annual Bula Festival of South Pacific culture. We’ve got doable lastminute destinations, too, like Marfa, Texas (above), featured on our list of the best places to travel in November for its balmy weather and crystal-clear stargazing. Head to tandl.me/trip-ideas to find…

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tandl.me/newsletters

DAILY TRANSPORTEREscape instantly with gorgeous photography features that take you to spectacular destinations.7 × WEEKUPGRADETravel smarter with need-to-know updates on travel news and trends, plus tips and solutions from T+L experts.2 × WEEKT+L TENAn easy-to-read digest of the week’s biggest, most popular stories—so you can be sure you don’t miss the very best.1 × WEEKDEALSGet exclusive access to steeply discounted trips and travel essentials, all handpicked by our editors.1 × WEEKJUST INStay up-to-the-minute with our bulletin of the latest stories and images published on travelandleisure.com.7 × WEEKDESTINATION OF THE WEEKTake a virtual deep dive into one exceptional location per week, with guides, photos, news, and more.1 × WEEK ■…

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operation vacation

The suites at David Citadel have expansive terraces with sweeping views of Jerusalem’s Old City.David Citadel, Jerusalem30 PERCENT OFFConceived by Israeli starchitect Moshe Safdie, this horseshoe-shaped hotel has an unbeatable location on King David Street, where it overlooks the walls of the Old City and the Tower of David. But the 385-room property offers more than just a covetable address—namely, stylish interiors courtesy of Italian designer Piero Lissoni. The spacious accommodations have both traditional accents (oak parquet flooring) and whimsical touches (a leopard-print footstool here, a green velvet armchair there). Other highlights include a heated pool and a feng shui–inspired spa. The Details: 30 percent off three or more nights in a one-bedroom suite or an Executive suite (from $1,050 and $1,400 per night, respectively) through February 28. Use the…

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editor’s note

This pool, one of four at Bahia Vik, in José Ignacio, Uruguay, looks out over extensive sand dunes and the Atlantic Ocean.ALL OF US WHO LOVE to travel know that there are few better ways to commemorate special occasions or moments in life. Whether we’re celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and honeymoons, marking milestones like job changes, or even grieving, travel lets us step outside of our regular schedules and routines, connect with others (and ourselves), and be reminded of the joy that comes from opening our eyes to the world around us.T+L’s November issue has historically included a collection of “trips of a lifetime,” those extra-special journeys you probably don’t undertake more than once a year—or even once a decade—whose infrequency makes them all the more memorable. This time, we decided…

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from my travels

After a business trip to Buenos Aires earlier this year, Charles and I hopped over to the Uruguayan beach town of José Ignacio. It wasn’t the height of summer, but I love being by the sea in any season, and it was a blissfully quiet time to experience the charm of the place. We stayed at Bahia Vik (vikretreats.com; doubles from $850), a collection of sleek bungalows right on the sand owned by Alex and Carrie Vik, who have three properties in the area. (Estancia Vik, a traditional ranch a few minutes inland, was closed for the season when we were there, but we checked it out, and it’s spectacular, perfect for those who enjoy a pastoral atmosphere and don’t mind having to drive to the beach.) The Vik properties all…

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reasons to travel now

No. 1 After a two-year hiatus, a beloved New Zealand railway is back in action.KiwiRail’s Coastal Pacific train has been closed since 2016, when the Kaikoura earthquake caused severe damage to the line. The route finally reopens in early December, departing daily through the end of April—New Zealand’s summer months. This epic 216-mile ride links Christchurch and the beach town of Picton—a six-hour scenic journey that meanders along the coastline between the mountains and the sea. From Picton, hop on the ferry and connect to the Northern Explorer train, which goes all the way to Auckland. It’s one of the best—and most beautiful—ways to see the diversity of the Kiwi countryside. greatjourneysofnz.co.nz.The new Pavilions complex at Glenstone, a private art museum in Maryland.No. 2 The expanded home of one of America’s finest…

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