New York Times: JOURNEYS; 36 Hours | Princeton, N.

"'I think of Princeton as being lazy and good-looking and aristocratic -- you know, like a spring day,' F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in ''This Side of Paradise.'' Eighty-five years later, the appraisal still fits. From the restored, century-old wrought-iron FitzRandolph gates of Princeton University to the sleek rowing shells on sparkling Lake Carnegie, the town retains an air of easygoing noblesse."'