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Bites: In New Orleans, Marrying Asian Influences and Gulf Ingredients

Photo Marcus Jacobs and Caitlin Carney balance flavors of the Mississippi and the Mekong at Marjie’s Grill. Credit Cheryl Gerber for The New York Times People in New Orleans won’t bat an eyelash if you put a pig’s tail or feet on a plate in front of them, said Marcus Jacobs, the chef for and an owner of Marjie’s Grill in Mid-City: “You can go to a gas station and buy pig’s feet pretty much anywhere in town. People are open-minded about those kind of ‘off cuts.’” While traveling in…

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Travel Tips: Learn How to Have a Learning Vacation

Photo Credit Lars Leetaru Going on a vacation to learn a skill you have long wanted to pick up sounds like an ideal getaway, but proceed with caution, said John Spence, the president of Scott Dunn USA, a travel company in Solana Beach, Calif., that specializes in customized tours. “If you don’t pick the right skill for you, or go in with unrealistic expectations, your precious time off won’t be enjoyable,” he said. Here, he shares his advice on planning a learning vacation that you won’t regret taking: FOLLOW YOUR…

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Trending: Where to Celebrate the Solar Eclipse This Summer

Photo The Union Station Hotel Nashville will hold a viewing party. From Oregon to South Carolina, the solar eclipse taking place on Aug. 21 will track southeast, inspiring travel operators along its route to celebrate the nearly two-minute syzygy — or alignment of the sun, moon and earth. In the Willamette Valley of Oregon, Brooks Winery plans to hold a Solar Eclipse Party, including an outdoor yoga class, brunch and a tasting of its new sparkling riesling in anticipation of the total eclipse passing over the vineyard around 10:30 a.m….

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Frugal Traveler: In Lima, Peru, History and Culture Run Deep

My driver, Jorge, was a pensive man who had one thing on his mind: the recent coastal El Niño and the havoc it wrought in towns north of Lima. Many had died, he said. Unusually warm waters had triggered rains in areas that hadn’t seen such precipitation in decades. The Rimac River, a vital source of potable water for Lima, he said, was in bad shape because of the storms and huaycos — flash floods — and resulting runoff. Photo The Playa Makaha, a rocky beach close to the Parque…

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California’s Marrakesh: A Country Club That’s Chic Again

Patrick Dragonette, a modern furniture dealer from Los Angeles, concurred. “You’ve seen the house with the pushed-out columns,” he said, his undertone the verbal equivalent of a raised eyebrow. “Nobody is happy about it.” Continue reading the main story For 45 years, give or take, the main draw of this private residential community, which sits in the bowl formed by the San Jacinto Mountains and the Santa Rosa Mountains, was its 18-hole executive golf course. But these days it’s as much a mecca for worshipers of high design as it…

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Frugal Family: A Jamaica Trip With the Ultimate Travel Amenity: A Nanny

It was babysitting. Affordable, reliable child care and the possibility, at least, of a vacation that actually felt like a vacation. Continue reading the main story To that end, we had maxed out our modest travel budget on airfare ($430 per flight) and four all-inclusive nights ($340 per night) before we even arrived. If the trip went as planned, we wouldn’t spend another dollar — beyond tips, of course — after takeoff from New York’s Kennedy International Airport. The obvious question, and the one that invariably nagged at me when…

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Frugal Family: 5 Tips for Finding Child Care for Your Next Vacation

Photo A girl slides down Big Blue as a glass-bottom boat passes at the Franklyn D. Resort & Spa in Runaway Bay, Jamaica. Traveling with children is many things. Relaxing is not typically among them. The exception is a trip that includes at least some help with child care — time when parents are free to luxuriate in that rarest of parental indulgences: time alone. But finding reliable, affordable child care can be enough of a challenge at home. Where does one even begin to get such help on the…

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Carry-On: What Anthony Bourdain Can’t Travel Without

Photo These are items Anthony Bourdain, the host of the CNN program “Parts Unknown,” always packs when he travels. Credit Eric Helgas for The New York Times Anthony Bourdain, the host of the travel show “Parts Unknown” (the ninth season starts on Sunday on CNN), technically lives in New York, but averages more than 200 days a year on the road. Mr. Bourdain has plenty of advice for travelers looking to avoid both frustration and food poisoning. “Don’t get angry; don’t be the person huffing and puffing and getting angry…

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