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  1. The promotional literature provided in the villas at the Mansion at MGM Grand mentions the property’s "legendary wishing well." The text fails to explain what makes the water feature so renowned—or...
  2. The abundance of rankings and ratings systems available to travelers can serve more to confuse than to inform. Stars, diamonds, numerals, and even crowns purport to denote comparative quality, but...
  3. The remote location of his Argentine cattle ranch—some 1,000 miles from Buenos Aires—did not dissuade Jorge Taylor from converting a portion of Estancia Chapelco into a golf resort and community. Nor...
  4. "Even the French say the best wines are created from vines that see the river," says SageCliffe winemaker Berle "Rusty" Figgins over dinner at the estate’s Tendrils Restaurant. At SageCliffe, a 680-...
  5. The Cliff Lede Estate in Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District is a patchwork of vineyard plots on either side of the Silverado Trail. Planted with Bordelaise varietals and named for classic rock songs,...
  6. Hell’s Gate National Park, despite its name, is one of Kenya’s more welcoming destinations. Indeed, you can roam areas of the wildlife reserve’s 26 square miles with little fear of being eaten; few...
  7. Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle’s favorite rock sits halfway up a narrow hiking trail at the Clos Apalta estate in Chile’s Colchagua Valley. A quick scramble up the almost perfectly round, Volkswagen...
  8. Ask Cavas Wine Lodge owner Cecilia Díaz Chuit to suggest a tranquil place for lunch, and she might send you off—with a picnic of serrano ham and arugula sandwiches on just-baked whole-grain bread—to...
  9. Since its first vintage in 1951, Penfolds Grange has been the prototype Australian Shiraz, a robust, cellar-worthy red that has spawned imitators in the Barossa Valley and beyond. As a guest at...
  10. Wherever one looks in Italy, one sees the overlapping of eras, centuries, and epochs, like so many layers of glaze coating every surface with an indelible patina. Ancient terra-cotta pieces and Roman...

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