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Gyeongju Style: This Korean City an Astonishing TreasureTrove
by José Balido South Korea has come a long way, baby, in these past few decades, and may punch above its weight internationally (and even, these days, pop-culturally, thanks to its its government's strenuous promotion efforts), but as a travel destination it's still often gets relatively short shrift compared to many of its neighbors in Asia - unless maybe you're fascinated by Cold-War relics like the DMZ. But there are definitely gems sprinkled throughout this country, and for me the shiniest is the city of Gyeongju, once the peninsula's most important city... keep reading
Falling Into the Bubbly With a Tour Through Champagne, France
by Jean Dabrowski It's harvest time in Champagne again - not to mention a most agreeable time of year to visit this lovely and historic region some 100 miles east of Paris, with its main towns Reims (whose landmarks include a Roman triumphal arch and a lovely 13th-century cathedral) and Épernay. It's especially appealing because it's so bucolic and not particularly touristy, and you can visit famous names like Taittinger and Moët Chandon, and see ancient wine caves... keep reading
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