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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterI come from a long line of Europeans -- illiterate, mud-eating Europeans from the Outer Hebrides, to be exact, whose idea of a good time was to go down to the firth and watch the plague victims wash out to sea. Even so, I've always had an affinity for the...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesIF you flew in July, chances were greater this year than last that your bag didn't make the trip with you. Department of Transportation statistics showed that nearly eight of every 1,000 passengers in the U.S. arrived at their destination without the...
Washington is steeling itself for President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration on Jan. 20. Hotels have long sold out, and space on residents' floors is going by the square foot. But visitors have reason to be excited. They'll be on hand for a historic...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesYotel: The Yotel that opened in Britain last month is in the international arrivals hall, South Terminal, Gatwick Airport; 011-44-20-7100-1100, www.yotel.com. Rooms start at $51 for four hours, $113 for overnight. Premiums start at $82 for four hours,...
UTAH Heaven in minutes The Castle Valley Inn is a beautiful, comfortable and affordable selection. Just minutes from the Colorado River, the national parks and Moab. The inn is nestled in the Castle Valley, familiar from movies. Castle Valley Inn, HC64...
Tribune criticMention Jacques Brel and you summon up images of cabaret stools, turtlenecks, berets and pretentious chanteuses with bad French accents trying to get their lips around "Ne Me Quitte Pas." For that, we have to blame the ubiquitous "Jacques Brel is Alive...
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It was a pleasure to watch events unfold and Olen Steinhauer's skills evolve over the five-novel series he set in an unnamed Soviet bloc nation -- from the police procedural "The Bridge of Sighs" (2003), in which the idealistic cops of the First...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2007-10-08 13:03:24.0 Administrator2: Hi all, and welcome to the Travel Chat! 2007-10-08 13:03:40.0 Administrator2: Welcome to Jen Leo, Jane Engle and Andrew Nystrom! 2007-10-08 13:04:01.0 Andrew Nystrom, Web Travel Editor: Welcome travel fans. Thanks...
Travel Editor"How's your fish?" I was having dinner at a waterfront restaurant, my first evening in Bonaire, and the question from the man at the next table didn't surprise me. The island has been attracting people interested in fish ever since the rakish Don Stewart...
Chicago Tribune Media ServicesBy Rick Steves Even after 20 years of visits, I always need a day to adjust to the wonders of Amsterdam. So I spend my first day here checking out small changes in the city—a new handbag museum, a church turned into a mosque, a free ferry ride to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHold everything — a museum has opened in Amsterdam dedicated to handbags. The Museum of Bags and Purses contains more than 3,500 bags and accessories that illustrate the history of women's purses in Western culture. The museum, including a cafe,...
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I hope Mary McNamara's article about Amsterdam won't encourage more parents to bring their children to the Anne Frank House ["Touring Amsterdam, With Two Kids in Tow," May 20]. I applaud McNamara for preparing her children for the experience and for being...
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