In the Magazines: July 2012
It's summer at last, which may be why the travel magazines are all about outdoor fun and good food. Camp-inspired hotels in the Hamptons, back roads in Slovenia, food tours in France. Get out there.
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On the Cover: There's more to Sweden then Stieg Larsson novels. Raphael Kadushin reports on the thriving food scene in The Girl with the Crayfish Tattoo.
- From a 500-year-old Taoist temple-turned-music-venue to a disco in a former chocolate factory — CNT picks the world's best new bars.
- We'll Always Have Paris: No visit would be complete without cassoulet, steak frites, and a visit to one of the best classic bistros. A handy food roundup.
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On the Cover: Scott Spencer hesitantly reveals one of Europe's best kept secrets, Slovenia, an undiscovered paradise with beautiful mountains, tranquil lakes, and access to the Mediterranean.
- The Definitive Guide to Buenos Aires: Colin Barraclough sifts through the best hotels, shops, and sites for the ultimate guide to South America's cultural center.
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Careful readers will recognize that we already covered the June-July issue in last month's roundup.
- According to Raphael Kadushin, the latest trend in Norway is vacationing at converted farmsteads. Activities include alfresco concerts and river rafting.
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