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Less than two hours from Las Vegas, the sacred creation site for Yuman-speaking Native Americans may soon become a national monument. It’s been a long time coming.
In Qatar, Famous Racehorses Are Treated Like Royalty — With Saunas, Lap Pools, and Luxurious Training Facilities
This story appears in the November 2022 issue of Travel+Leisure
Even as ginseng, St. John’s wort, and other herbs grow in popularity, the region is struggling to keep its age-old practice of herbalism alive for a new generation.
A seldom-visited corner of Belize offers writer Alex Schechter a fresh perspective on his battle with cancer.
At Etto, a small pasta shop in Paso Robles, aproned workers pull long strands of fettuccine out of a machine that looks like a Play-Doh Fun Factory made of steel. It’s not exactly like being in Italy, but for travel-starved locals last year, the illusion sufficed.
In a northeast corner of L.A., Eagle Rock Plaza reminds many of home.
In 1894, 25 cents gained you entry to the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park. A lot has changed since then, but the novelty of these serene, pine-and-rock-filled oases hasn’t worn off.
From cage diving with sharks to jumping out of a plane, these adventure vacations are guaranteed to break you out of your comfort zone.