From the West Village and the Lower East Side to Bushwick and Carroll Gardens, New York City offers an embarrassment of Italian restaurant riches—the best of which we’ve chosen here. Read on for our picks of the best Italian restaurants in New York City, and how best to enjoy them.
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This year's Gold List of our editors' favorite hotels, resorts, and cruise ships in the world is the first transatlantic list for Traveler, created by teams in New York and London. It spans six continents and 36 countries. They're gold as in exceptional. Gold as in classic. Gold as in brilliant. Gold as in you'd do it all tomorrow.
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What we’re going to tell you is not surprising: Texas is a big state. By the time you drive from east to west, you could have passed through five European countries. But as diverse as France is from the Czech Republic, South Texas is from West Texas. From national parks to wineries, hip art centers to classic rodeos, Texas just about has it all (including some of the best food around).
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With the waters of Puget Sound bringing in fresh seafood regularly, Seattle resembles old Tokyo in some ways. Considering the city's generations of Japanese immigration and influence combined with its access to great seafood restaurants, and the city is ripe for some of the best sushi in the world.
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There are devotees of warm-weather vacations among us, who refuse to look north until May rolls around. But there's something to be said for embracing the season and following the deep freeze for as long as it lasts (if climate change has anything to say about it). A 20-degree-Fahrenheit day in Europe can be—dare we say it?—blissful.
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Even more people can visit Machu Picchu now thanks to Wheel the World, a California-based travel company that began offering trips to the UNESCO World Heritage site a few months ago. It's the first-ever wheelchair-accessible tour of the site, a maze of stone stairways and temples built 7,970 feet above sea level in the 15th century by order of the Inca ruler Pachacutec.
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