Around the World in 80 Years

If you love travel and have a fetish for lists, then rejoice: Patricia Schultz's new book, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, should keep you happily occupied for the rest of your natural term. It's a work as provocative as it is encyclopedic—after all, how do you decide which destinations make the cut? Not everyone is going to agree with Schultz's choices, and the author is aware of the quagmire she's got herself into. "Why give the Pork Pit in Montego Bay the same weight as Paris' legendary Taillevent?" she asks, referring to two well-known but very different restaurants. The...

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