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Jane Smiley on What St. Louis Tells Us About America4h Updated Jane Smiley on What St. Louis Tells Us About America
The author finds her hometown perhaps the most enlightening spot in America for exploring what America really is.
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5 Haunts With Haunts5h Updated 5 Haunts With Haunts
This Halloween season, why not spend a night or two at a hotel frequented by the dearly departed?
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The best e-bike trips throughout Europe9h The best e-bike trips throughout Europe
Holiday Hero Neil Simpson has listed the top e-bike trips throughout Europe. Electric bikes mean you needn't be super fit to hit those hills and do the miles.
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How to visit Funchal for under £100 a night10h Updated How to visit Funchal for under £100 a night
Nicknamed the Floating Garden of the Atlantic, Madeira is known for its natural beauty and enjoys subtropical temperatures all year round. Here's how to explore its vibrant capital...
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Discovering the hidden jewels of the Dominican Republic10h Updated Discovering the hidden jewels of the Dominican Republic
Avoid all-inclusive resorts and try these hidden jewels of the Dominican Republic. South of the island in particular is home to some remote and romantic secrets, says Judith Baker.
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An Inspector Calls... A review of The Newt in Somerset10h Updated An Inspector Calls... A review of The Newt in Somerset
The Inspector checked into The Newt in Somerset, which is set in 800 acres containing 460 apple trees, bathing ponds and wild flower meadows.
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First-time cruise sceptic Bel Mooney enjoys being wined and dined on the Rhine10h First-time cruise sceptic Bel Mooney enjoys being wined and dined on the Rhine
The Daily Mail's Bel Mooney travelled with Viking Cruises on the 'Rhine Getaway', starting in Amsterdam. Her favourite stop was a visit to the medieval town of Colmar.
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The best places to visit during off-peak season, from Iceland to Japan10h Updated The best places to visit during off-peak season, from Iceland to Japan
Travel often means us all rushing to the same hot spots at the same time. Booking off season is the solution. Here's an indispensable guide to bargain breaks around the world.
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Dame Jacqueline Wilson recalls her travel adventures 11h Dame Jacqueline Wilson recalls her travel adventures 
The best-selling children's author talks about a holiday from hell in North Wales, reveals why Boston is her favourite city - and more...
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The Holiday Guru solves traveller queries 11h Updated The Holiday Guru solves traveller queries 
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions.This week he also provides recommendations on where to stay in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean...
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Forget the drug wars, Colombia is now a magnet for hardcore foodies and backpackers12h Forget the drug wars, Colombia is now a magnet for hardcore foodies and backpackers
Visitors are in part lured to Colombia for the incredible food scene, with chefs rediscovering forgotten regional ingredients and salvaging traditional cooking techniques.
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Why visitors are discovering a new side to Cuba13h Why visitors are discovering a new side to Cuba
The Mail on Sunday's Claire Boobbyer lists all the 'bonkers' and offbeat treats that Cuba has to offer. Highlights of her trip included a cigar tour and dancing the rumba in Havana.
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The best hotels, B&Bs and lodges for Christmas revealed13h The best hotels, B&Bs and lodges for Christmas revealed
The price per person, per night for this festive selection of British countryside boltholes starts from just £15 - leaving enough money to lavish on gifts, games and an even bigger turkey…
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Double measures of charm and legendary countryside make for a treat in County Cork14h Updated Double measures of charm and legendary countryside make for a treat in County Cork
Cork is Ireland's second largest city and a good entry point for exploring the south of the country. The Daily Mail's Mark Palmer visited and found it has bags of Irish charm with an easy pace of life.
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The Mr and Mrs Smith best hotel awards 2019, with winners hailing from New Orleans to the Maldives14h The Mr and Mrs Smith best hotel awards 2019, with winners hailing from New Orleans to the Maldives
The Mr & Mrs Smith Awards 2019, which honours the best luxury boutique hotels around the world, has dished out 12 awards from the best dressed hotel to the sexiest bedroom.
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Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching15h Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching
It’s the latest “old timey” hobby to gain a dedicated new following.
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The best luxury boutique hotels in the world revealed from Portugal to New Orleans and Maldives15h Updated The best luxury boutique hotels in the world revealed from Portugal to New Orleans and Maldives
The Mr & Mrs Smith Awards 2019, which honours the best luxury boutique hotels around the world, has dished out 12 awards from the best dressed hotel to the sexiest bedroom.
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Incredible pictures capture the diversity of Spain, from its mountains to its cities and beaches15h Incredible pictures capture the diversity of Spain, from its mountains to its cities and beaches
Spain welcomed more than 81million visitors to its shores last year. And these stunning pictures of its mesmerising landscape show exactly why it's so popular. Peruse - and be wowed.
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More travel companies offsetting carbon emissions18h More travel companies offsetting carbon emissions
A growing number of operators are offsetting each holiday they sell by funding reforestation and renewable energy schemes A growing number of tour operators are offering to offset carbon emissions on behalf of holidaymakers. Trekking and adventure company
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Tiny house holiday: can a family of four fit in a 15-square-metre space?31h Tiny house holiday: can a family of four fit in a 15-square-metre space?
Tiny houses are presented as the ultimate in back-to-nature minimalism, but tiny people are rarely in the picture “Oh,” I say as we pull into a clearing off a dirt track. “It’s really small.” Which should not have come as a surprise, really – “it” being a tiny house and smallness being rather the point of it. But, as I checked my rear-view mirror to see my five-year-old unbuckled and silently trying to release her two-year-old sister from her car seat, I thought again: “That house is very small.”
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New stylish and sustainable ski kit – in pictures39h New stylish and sustainable ski kit – in pictures
A new wave of skiwear uses recycled materials and sustainable manufacturing to produce snazzy but practical gear, from mittens to customised skis
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Lille wonder: a whistle-stop tour of a Franco-Belgian jewel42h Lille wonder: a whistle-stop tour of a Franco-Belgian jewel
Take a quick Eurostar trip from London for a short break to a city with a medieval heart but a modern approach to life Lille may not be the obvious city for a short break, despite the fact it’s highly convenient to reach via Eurostar. On the train, I flick through the current issue of
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