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Eight writers from Madrid to Istanbul reveal the hidden delights of their European homes: jewel-box gardens, neighborhood cafes, secret coves and urban farms. Pages 8-11 +1 604 278 4604 CO PY R I G H T A N D P R OT E C T E D BY A P P L I C A B L E L AW DISCOVERY PAGE 2 An infusion of change in stylish Amsterdam. • ORIGINAL COPY • ORIGINAL COPY • ORIGINAL COPY • ORIGINAL COPY • ORIGINAL COPY • ORIGINAL COPY • ESSAY The Old World thrills of a castle vacation. 36 HOURS P r e s s R e a d e r. c o m TRENDING THE EUROPE ISSUE Printed and distributed by PressReader UPDATE 2 THE NEW YORK TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2016 TR In Transit T R AV E L N E W S , D E A L S A N D T I P S BRIEFS Q.

In a haze of cigarette smoke and laughter, a full spectrum of my Parisian neighbors filled the crowded tables: a vivacious fashionista in huge red eyeglasses chatting with a Franco-African woman in a motorcycle jacket; a male couple in Ray-Bans cuddling at the next table. Behind me, two older women clinked wineglasses and leaned forward to hear each other amid the funk-music groove. Twilight was falling. A Parisian night was about to flare into fullness. The last time I visited La Belle Équipe cafe, a five-minute walk from my apartment, the outdoor space was an ocean of flowers, candles and hand-scrawled condolence notes.

And as I sipped my cocktail at an outdoor table, absorbing the euphoria of a perfect spring evening, the words felt more like an apt description than a promotion. In a haze of cigarette smoke and laughter, a full spectrum of my Parisian neighbors filled the crowded tables: a vivacious fashionista in huge red eyeglasses chatting with a Franco-African woman in a motorcycle jacket; a male couple in Ray-Bans cuddling at the next table. Behind me, two older women clinked wineglasses and leaned forward to hear each other amid the funk-music groove.

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