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The 52 Places Traveler: Place 18 of 52: From Refugees to a Reunion, Buffalo Lives Up to Its Welcoming Reputation10h Updated The 52 Places Traveler: Place 18 of 52: From Refugees to a Reunion, Buffalo Lives Up to Its Welcoming Reputation
In “The City of Good Neighbors,” our columnist found a generosity that seems ingrained in its makeup. And yes, many wings were eaten.
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 Ornate observatory commissioned by King George III hits the rental market 12h Updated Ornate observatory commissioned by King George III hits the rental market
King George III had the observatory built at Old Deer Park in Richmond, Surrey, in 1769 so he could track the transit of Venus crossing the sun.
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Send us a tip on a great waterside pub for the chance to win a £200 hotel voucher13h Send us a tip on a great waterside pub for the chance to win a £200 hotel voucher
Share your recommendations for scenic UK pubs by rivers, canals, lakes and sea to enjoy this summer Pub gardens on the water are a delight in the summer, particularly at the end of a boat trip or long walk. Whether it’s a bucolic pub with a lawn sloping to a gentle river, a canalside inn only accessible from the water, or a wilder setting on a Scottish island or shingle beach, please tell us about your favourite waterside pub. Please include location details, the prices of food and drink and the pub’s website where possible, and any particularly good local food and beer served up.
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 Spanish airports could be plunged into chaos after air traffic controllers threaten to strike 14h Updated Spanish airports could be plunged into chaos after air traffic controllers threaten to strike
Staff at airports including Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca as well as El Prat Airport in Barcelona have reportedly threatened to walk out unless demands for better working hours were met.
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 Holidaymakers can now stay in a romantic tower that overlooks a castle 14h Updated Holidaymakers can now stay in a romantic tower that overlooks a castle
Hen Wrych Hall Tower is located in Abergele in North Wales and is now available as a holiday rental. It overlooks the main house on the estate, where famous poet Felicia Hemans once lived.
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The Getaway: Glamping Slips Into the Mainstream14h Updated The Getaway: Glamping Slips Into the Mainstream
The allure of luxury camping has brought a wave of new destinations this year, and they aren’t always in the wild.
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 New Vatican tour allows travellers to experience the attraction in quiet solitude before sunrise 14h New Vatican tour allows travellers to experience the attraction in quiet solitude before sunrise
TripAdvisor has launched a unique excursion which sees a small number of travellers joining the 'Clavigero' (the Vatican key holder) as he unlocks the doors to the Sistine Chapel and more.
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 A reel-y great spot! Stunning riverside holiday home lures keen anglers 18h A reel-y great spot! Stunning riverside holiday home lures keen anglers
Flag House, positioned on the banks of the River Yare in Norfolk, is decked out with floor-to-ceiling windows and ample deck space so guests can enjoy the views.
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 Blending in with the interiors! EasyHotel launches fake tan range 19h Blending in with the interiors! EasyHotel launches fake tan range
The London-headquartered budget hotel chain is known for its signature orange colour and now guests can get a shade closer to the tangerine hue with the new beauty product.
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 Is this the chicest festival ever? Music fans to descend on French chateau where they stay in luxury 19h Updated Is this the chicest festival ever? Music fans to descend on French chateau where they stay in luxury
The Rootstock 2018 festival in the grounds of Chateau de Pommard in the Burgundy region sees festival goers enjoy music, food, wine and French culture surrounded by historical vineyards.
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EXPLORER: How to Enjoy Brooklyn’s Prospect Park20h EXPLORER: How to Enjoy Brooklyn’s Prospect Park
The 585-acre oasis remains a beautiful respite from the bustle of city life, 151 years after it opened. Summer is its best season.
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Personal Journeys: Pups Onboard: Why Trains Are a Great Way to Travel With Your Dog(s)20h Personal Journeys: Pups Onboard: Why Trains Are a Great Way to Travel With Your Dog(s)
The pugs Rufus and Hamilton have tried every mode of transportation but nothing beats a ride on the rails. (One reason: It’s much easier than getting on a plane.)
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 Stone huts off the coast of Italy offer holidaymakers a slice of cool for just £75 a night 21h Stone huts off the coast of Italy offer holidaymakers a slice of cool for just £75 a night
In total there are 11 round structures crafted out of limestone at the Trulli Monopoli complex, which is currently being offered by letting agents Sotheby’s International Realty .
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 Five longest flights in the world revealed, with most departing out of Australia and New Zealand 21h Five longest flights in the world revealed, with most departing out of Australia and New Zealand
A breakdown of the longest plane journeys in the world reveals some of the more gruelling flights airline passengers are likely to take - with many covering close to 15,000km in a single trip.
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Weir in this together: canoeing the Vltava in the Czech Republic23h Weir in this together: canoeing the Vltava in the Czech Republic
Paddling along this scenic river is a summer ritual in Bohemia. Our crew have an adventurous spirit, sunshine and beer. What could possibly go wrong? ‘Don’t hold the sides of the boat, make sure the barrels are firmly tied, and don’t get too drunk.” This was the advice given by my Czech wife just before I set out for my Bohemian canoe trip – advice I remember only as I stand waist-deep in the water, tipsily grappling with an upturned canoe, and watching our belongings disappear down the river.
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