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The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist...

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When it comes to choosing a rental car, I'm always spinning my wheels, trying to balance comfort and price, and always ending up with something as sensible (read: boring) as a Chevy Aveo or Nissan Versa. Yeesh! What am I—a bank examiner or something? Now I have every reason, if not necessarily the funds, to don a pair of Tod's Gommino driving shoes and Brooks Brothers deerskin driving gloves (and perhaps a rueful smirk) and step behind the wheel of a real mean machine, thanks to Hertz's new DreamCar program, which launched this week.
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At the Eisbach, a small channel branching off the Isar River in downtown Munich, people in wetsuits line the banks, waiting patiently for their turn in one of the world’s more unlikely surfing capitals. 600-Eisbach-European River Surfing Championships-_0000_river-surfing-22 Munich is 500km from the coast and more than 1,100km from any surfable ocean breaks. But an

Looking for some good reads while you're on the road? Here are some new travelogues written by travelers, for travelers. The Perfect Meal: In Search of...