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NYT > Travel

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Loneliness and Its Antidote on Orcas Island - The New York Times

Loneliness and Its Antidote on Orcas Island - The New York Times

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How to Take Advantage of Shoulder Season - The New York Times

How to Take Advantage of Shoulder Season - The New York Times Shoulder season — just before and after peak summer travel time — is when you’ll find warm temperatures, smaller crowds and deals.

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Washington Monument to Reopen After Three Years

Washington Monument to Reopen After Three Years One of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, and its second-tallest structure at 555 feet, will reopen with improved security measures and a modernized elevator system.

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You’re Right. You’re Spending More Time Sitting on That Plane.

You\u2019re Right. You\u2019re Spending More Time Sitting on That Plane. As the number of travelers has grown and airlines have added flights to accommodate them, waiting is now a bigger part of many flights.

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‘Oh-Oh, Ay-Ay!’ Riding to an Italian Rhythm on the Transumanza

\u2018Oh-Oh, Ay-Ay!\u2019 Riding to an Italian Rhythm on the Transumanza On the twice-yearly journey to move grazing animals between summer and winter pastures, a writer finds a deep connection to an ancient tradition.

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When Your Child Gets Sick on a Plane and Needs a Doctor

When Your Child Gets Sick on a Plane and Needs a Doctor Research on in-flight emergencies suggests that parents should pack pediatric medicines in their carry-on bags and keep children out of aisle seats.

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A Rebel French Poet Draws New Followers to the Hometown He Hated

A Rebel French Poet Draws New Followers to the Hometown He Hated Pilgrims flock to the once-ignored grave of Arthur Rimbaud, the “Jim Morrison of poets,” loved by fans as a tragic hero of free thought and authenticity.

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Counter Service Tipping: Who Gives?

Counter Service Tipping: Who Gives? Those customer-facing, touch-screen payment systems in restaurants are confounding customers in the U.S. and beyond.

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Travel Disasters Happen. Our New Columnist Is Here to Help.

Travel Disasters Happen. Our New Columnist Is Here to Help. In Tripped Up, Sarah Firshein, a seasoned travel writer, seeks solutions and restitution for readers’ terrible trips — and tells you how to avoid the same fate.

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Restoring Black Cowboys to the Range

Restoring Black Cowboys to the Range At the Black Cowboy Museum in a storefront near Houston, one man celebrates the lives of African-Americans in the West’s most iconic role.

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