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Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go.5h Updated Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go.
The entire contents of the aged building, which opened in the 1960s, will be up for auction before it’s torn down to make way for Terminal 2’s expansion.
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 Baby gorilla is born at Chessington World of Adventures 8h Baby gorilla is born at Chessington World of Adventures
Western lowland gorilla Shanga, who’s part of a troop at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, gave birth yesterday morning. Her baby is yet to be named.
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 Copenhagen aquatics centre is very different 9h Copenhagen aquatics centre is very different
There are few public swimming pools that can match the new Waterfront Culture Center in Copenhagen for wackiness. It features huge brick pyramid structures.
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The Getaway: Learning About the Civil Rights Era Through Travel9h Updated The Getaway: Learning About the Civil Rights Era Through Travel
History museums, attractions and destinations around the country are emphasizing the civil rights story in an age of renewed activism around race and equality.
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 Female passenger tells of trying to rescue woman sucked out of Southwest plane 10h Female passenger tells of trying to rescue woman sucked out of Southwest plane
Hollie Mackey was seated in an aisle seat of the row where Jennifer Riordan was sucked out of a Southwest plane on Tuesday.
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 20% of British airline pilots are ‘clinically burnt out’ 10h Updated 20% of British airline pilots are ‘clinically burnt out’
Researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology and the British Airline Pilots' Association found that pilots are experiencing high levels of exhaustion and disengagement from work.
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 Luxury Swiss lodge Hotel des Horlogers has a ski slope on roof 10h Updated Luxury Swiss lodge Hotel des Horlogers has a ski slope on roof
Guests at the Hotel des Horlogers in the Swiss village of Le Brassus will be able to descend on their skis down a gently sloping path that runs down the roofs of each of its five storeys.
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 Is this Copenhagen aquatics centre the world’s most bizarre public swimming pool? 13h Updated Is this Copenhagen aquatics centre the world’s most bizarre public swimming pool?
There are few public swimming pools that can match the new Waterfront Culture Center in Copenhagen for wackiness. It features huge brick pyramid structures.
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 Hello, world! Baby gorilla is born at Chessington World of Adventures 13h Updated Hello, world! Baby gorilla is born at Chessington World of Adventures
Western lowland gorilla Shanga, who’s part of a troop at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, gave birth yesterday morning. Her baby is yet to be named.
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 A little piste of hotel heaven: The luxury zig-zag Swiss lodge that has a SKI SLOPE on its roof  17h A little piste of hotel heaven: The luxury zig-zag Swiss lodge that has a SKI SLOPE on its roof 
Guests at the Hotel des Horlogers in the Swiss village of Le Brassus will be able to descend on their skis down a gently sloping path that runs down the roofs of each of its five storeys.
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 The winners of 2018 Sony Photography Awards revealed 17h Updated The winners of 2018 Sony Photography Awards revealed
The 11th edition of the competition saw a record breaking 320,000 submissions by photographers from more than 200 countries and territories.
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1823 Spinning Block Hotel, Clitheroe: ‘Don Draper would love this place’ – review17h 1823 Spinning Block Hotel, Clitheroe: ‘Don Draper would love this place’ – review
Clitheroe’s Holmes Mill combines a brewery, food hall, restaurant and hotel to stylish effect. In fact, there are so many foodie delights it’s no wonder our writer spent so little time in his room Even by east Lancashire’s unassuming standards, Clitheroe maintains a low-profile. This gateway to the Ribble valley – an area loved by walkers, cyclists and foodies – sits at the end of a train line from Manchester but you would have to go back to 1985 (
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Frugal Traveler: Escaping Mexico City’s Hustle Within City Limits 18h Frugal Traveler: Escaping Mexico City’s Hustle Within City Limits
The quiet neighborhood of Coyoacán captures the capital’s understated cultural soul and, in many ways, is a getaway within Mexico City itself.
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On Southwest 1380, Confusion and Distraction as Oxygen Masks Dropped26h On Southwest 1380, Confusion and Distraction as Oxygen Masks Dropped
Photographs taken on the plane, whose engine exploded, show panicked passengers with the masks around their mouths but not their noses.
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 British Airways hostess quits job to be webcam porn star 28h Updated British Airways hostess quits job to be webcam porn star
Laura Birbeck, 27, from Worcester, quit her job as a British Airways stewardess in February to become a webcam porn star after she complained she found the constant flying 'too tiring'
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 Wells Fargo executive killed in Southwest Airlines flight explosion 32h Updated Wells Fargo executive killed in Southwest Airlines flight explosion
Jennifer Riordan, a mother-of-two from Albuquerque, was on a business trip when the plane's left engine exploded sending shrapnel flying into a window next to her seat.
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Test Run: Smartphone Apps for Spontaneous Travel34h Updated Test Run: Smartphone Apps for Spontaneous Travel
While travelers have long been able to set up airfare alerts, these apps go a step further in helping flexible travelers plan a last-minute trip.
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 Biggest plane ever built Stratolaunch will take off within months 36h Updated Biggest plane ever built Stratolaunch will take off within months
Stratolaunch will conduct its first flight this summer, the company revealed at the 34th Space Symposium in Colorado. The aircraft still has to go through three taxi tests.
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36 Hours: 36 Hours in Lisbon37h Updated 36 Hours: 36 Hours in Lisbon
In the Portuguese capital, a weekend’s worth of seafood feasts, chic rooftop bars, undulating streets and landmarks, both Old World and futuristic.
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 Athens emerging from financial crisis and provides great city break 37h Athens emerging from financial crisis and provides great city break
The last time Rob McGibbon visited Athens, it cost £1 a night to stay in a hostel. There are no such bargains these days, but what he finds is an energetic and friendly city that's resolutely on the up.
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36 Hours: What to Pack for a Trip to Lisbon37h Updated 36 Hours: What to Pack for a Trip to Lisbon
A blend of Old World Europe and 21st century style, Lisbon is worth a spot on your travel bucket list. Before you visit, check out our local guide to plan your trip, and pack these essentials.
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 Best hotel in the UK named as 30 James Street in Liverpool 37h Best hotel in the UK named as 30 James Street in Liverpool
The 30 James Street Hotel, the former headquarters of Titanic's White Star Line, in Liverpool, was voted number one in Britain in the Travel Republic Hotel Awards 2018.
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 Stratolaunch, the biggest plane ever built, will take off within MONTHS 42h Stratolaunch, the biggest plane ever built, will take off within MONTHS
Stratolaunch will conduct its first flight this summer, the company revealed at the 34th Space Symposium in Colorado. The aircraft still has to go through three taxi tests.
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Explorer: At Basin and Range National Monument, Landscapes, Art and Aliens42h Explorer: At Basin and Range National Monument, Landscapes, Art and Aliens
The sprawling Nevada wilderness spared by the Trump administration offers desert vistas, petroglyphs and the celebrated “City” sculpture. Getting there really is part of the fun.
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 Athens is emerging from the financial crisis and provides a great city break 44h Athens is emerging from the financial crisis and provides a great city break
The last time Rob McGibbon visited Athens, it cost £1 a night to stay in a hostel. There are no such bargains these days, but what he finds is an energetic and friendly city that's resolutely on the up.
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