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Some travel to the Greek isles for the immaculate sea, others to seek the ruins of lost civilizations. T&C provides an insider's look at the unexpected: islands that offer everything from remote black-sand beaches to villas built for royalty. By Eleni M. Gage
For decades, Cartagena's romantic side has been obscured by concerns about safety. But as Colombia embarks on a new era, this mesmerizing colonial city is experiencing a renaissance of its own. By Maureen Orth
Whether they're sculpting one-of-a-kind teakettles or hand-dyeing kimonos, the craftspeople of Kyoto are revitalizing traditional Japanese art forms. By Tom Downey
First it was a glamorous retreat for Hollywood swells, then the Rat Pack's playground. Still, this desert oasis nearly faded away until a generation of design-minded fans embraced its swinging style. By Jaime Gross
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