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Airlines Reap Record Profits, and Passengers Get Peanuts

Despite the cost savings to airlines from plummeting oil prices, airfares on the biggest domestic carriers have hardly budged.


Source: The New York Times

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The Town of Colma, Where San Francisco’s Dead Live

The town has 1,600 living residents and about 1.5 million dead ones — many of whom, like the 49ers, left San Francisco for greener pastures to the south.


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Check In: At Dublin Hotel, the Night Life Beckons

The Dean Hotel is a tasteful, reasonably priced crash pad for those who want to be in the heart of the night life district.


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Bites: At a San Francisco Restaurant, a Taste of Brittany

Dominique Crenn’s newest venture, Petit Crenn, pays homage to the simple dishes prepared by her mother and grandmother at their home near the coast in western Brittany.


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Cultured Traveler: In Tokyo, Brand-Name Stores by Brand-Name Architects

Star architects have created so many high-end stores in Tokyo that it’s worth visiting two shopping districts where the best item — eye-popping building design — is free.


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Q. and A.: How the Luxury Adventure Vacation Was Made

Long before glamping, George Butterfield started Butterfield & Robinson, and high-end biking and hiking vacations were born.


Source: The New York Times

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