Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 24, 2017

Features

Features

I prescribe cycling in Quebec

An FM discovers that a spin on the P’tit Train du Nord route isn’t always as easy as it seems

On the edge

Dubbed the People’s Coast, Oregon’s Pacific shore is all public land and just begging to be explored

You only live twice

The old Tokyo Train Station is like new again, and it’s brought fun into the financial district.

The other Swiss riviera

The original outdoorsy retreat, the towns of Lake Lucerne have been drawing visitors for 180 years

Picture perfect

Five of the most charming European towns you’ve probably never heard of

Norwegian wood (and water)

Scandinavia’s northernmost country isn’t short on raw beauty

A walk in the garden

The aristocratic “backyard” at Sissinghurst Castle is England’s most visited green space

Europe’s best bargains

Tough times overseas mean a boon for visitors. Here’s where your buck goes farthest

Meet the super-elderly

Just off mainland Japan, Okinawa lives and ages on its own island time

The vanished world

Frozen in time 2000 years ago by a volcanic eruption, Pompeii offers a window into Roman-era life

Coasting in California

Big Sur gets billed as the US’s most spectacular drive — as well it should

A beach of your own

Outside the all-inclusives, the Dominican Republic offers the kind of seclusion you’ve always dreamed of

Blast from the past

Florida’s oldest city, St. Augustine trots out conquistadors, pirates and ghosts to woo its littlest visitors

Thrills and chills in Lake Placid

From skiing to bobsledding, this past Olympic venue gives everyone a chance to go for the gold

Dominica’s real deal

Kick back on the Caribbean’s Nature Island for wild sights and a laidback Carnival