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Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds

Rain Much on Your Vacation? One Italian Island Offers Hotel Refunds A beach on Elba, perhaps best known as the island where Napoleon spent almost 10 months in exile more than two centuries ago.

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Notes on the Culture: Robert Mapplethorpe-Inspired Jewelry, Taiwan’s New Hot-Spring Hotel and More

Notes on the Culture: Robert Mapplethorpe-Inspired Jewelry, Taiwan\u2019s New Hot-Spring Hotel and More From left: Robert Mapplethorpe’s “Jamie” (1975), in which the model wears a metal skull necklace made by the photographer; a Repossi necklace made of pearls, gold, rock crystal and steel and the brand’s black-gold nail ring, both inspired by late 1960s and 1970s designs by Mapplethorpe. Price on request, repossi.com.

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He Crossed the Atlantic in a Barrel. We Asked Him About Dodging Ships and Using ‘La Toilette.’

He Crossed the Atlantic in a Barrel. We Asked Him About Dodging Ships and Using \u2018La Toilette.\u2019 Jean-Jacques Savin inside his barrel ship on Nov. 15, 2018, about six weeks before his departure.

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5 PLACES: Five Places to Visit in Lima

5 PLACES: Five Places to Visit in Lima Plaza de Armas Barranco is one of the celebrated chef Virgilio Martínez's top spots in Lima's Barranco district.

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For Sale: A Little-Known Home Where Oscar Wilde Vacationed

For Sale: A Little-Known Home Where Oscar Wilde Vacationed Grove Farmhouse, in Norfolk, England, sits within a development of former farm buildings. Oscar Wilde stayed in the farmhouse in August and September of 1892, when he was working on “A Woman of No Importance.”

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Want to See Amsterdam? How About Groningen Instead?

Want to See Amsterdam? How About Groningen Instead? The police patrolling in the red-light district of Amsterdam last year.

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International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Argentina

International Real Estate: House Hunting in \u2026 Argentina While the country’s economy is struggling and there are few home sales, many owners in the idyllic Bariloche area are holding on for better prices.

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Hong Kong Dispatch: A Trump Bump for Hong Kong’s Last Commercial Cantonese Opera Theater

Hong Kong Dispatch: A Trump Bump for Hong Kong\u2019s Last Commercial Cantonese Opera Theater Loong Koon-tin played President Trump at the Sunbeam Theater in Hong Kong last month.

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Trending: Vacation Ideas Even a Teenager Will Love

Trending: Vacation Ideas Even a Teenager Will Love Children of all ages can be picky, but adolescents especially are one tough crowd. Tour operators, hotels and cruises have responded by offering customized programs and activities.

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The 52 Places Traveler: The List Said Go to Batumi and Eilat, but I Got Other Ideas

The 52 Places Traveler: The List Said Go to Batumi and Eilat, but I Got Other Ideas Makhtesh Ramon is the world’s largest “erosion cirque,” formed over the course of millions of years.

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