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On the Road Again? Certainly Not Thanks to Coronavirus1h 52m Updated On the Road Again? Certainly Not Thanks to Coronavirus
The U.S. Constitution ensures the “right to travel,” but during the coronavirus pandemic, state and local officials are increasingly telling drivers to stay home.
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How to keep the passion for travel alive during the coronavirus outbreak6h How to keep the passion for travel alive during the coronavirus outbreak
Travel may be off the agenda at the moment. But that doesn't mean you have to stop exploring new places around the globe. Here we round up the best travel books, virtual tours and TV shows.
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Britain at its best: The Isle of Lewis and Harris, Scotland 7h Updated Britain at its best: The Isle of Lewis and Harris, Scotland 
The Daily Mail's Harry Mount visited Lewis and Harris, Scotland's biggest island. During the trip he met with a Harris Tweed weaver and visited the famous Callanish Stones.
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How to plan a trip of a lifetime while in coronavirus quarantine from Antarctica to New Zealand7h Updated How to plan a trip of a lifetime while in coronavirus quarantine from Antarctica to New Zealand
From travelling on the world's first purpose-built ship for Antarctic tourism to visiting the Hobbiton movie set in New Zealand, here are ten of the greatest trips of a lifetime to inspire future travel...
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How your BA and Virgin Atlantic air miles can still soar - without you having to leave your home7h How your BA and Virgin Atlantic air miles can still soar - without you having to leave your home
Every week Holiday Hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a brilliant holiday topic, doing all the legwork so you don't have to. This week, he reveals how to earn air miles without leaving home.
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On a slow boat to Norfolk: Taking the helm of a 40ft craft on the Broads7h On a slow boat to Norfolk: Taking the helm of a 40ft craft on the Broads
The Norfolk Broads is Britain's largest protected wetland and the third-largest inland waterway. The Mail On Sunday's Ben West explored the area at the helm of a 40ft-long boat.
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The arts and crafts of a truly stylish break from Devon to Scotland8h The arts and crafts of a truly stylish break from Devon to Scotland
The Arts and Crafts movement has been around in Britain for 150 years and celebrates quality design and traditional workmanship. Here's where to enjoy its practitioners' work.
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Inside the Algar do Carvão the volcanic Azores cave that harbours a lake and lush vegetation9h Inside the Algar do Carvão the volcanic Azores cave that harbours a lake and lush vegetation
These amazing images show the Algar do Carvão in the Azores, an incredible volcanic vent formed during an eruption 2,000 years ago. Now, lockdowns permitting, it can be explored on foot.
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Following in the footsteps of William Wordsworth in the Lake District10h Updated Following in the footsteps of William Wordsworth in the Lake District
William Wordsworth spent much of his youth around the Lakes. The Daily Mail's Harriet Sime paid a visit and based herself at The Samling in Windermere, a hotel the poet was certainly familiar with.
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Postcard from the future – a journey to Moscow10h Postcard from the future – a journey to Moscow
Award-winning author Marcel Theroux looks forward to revisiting his friend’s dacha in the countryside near Moscow My friend N’s dacha in the countryside outside Moscow has been a refuge for 20 years. It’s actually two houses: the wonky Soviet-era one, built by her father, a screenwriter and relatively privileged Soviet intellectual, and the much larger, more comfortable but – to my nostalgic mind – less characterful one that she and her husband B built after the USSR fell apart. The wonky house was my first proper entrée into Russian domestic life. I remember feeling extraordinarily privileged to sit at their long dining table for word games, meals that lasted the entire afternoon, fierce but bloodless arguments, and tea from a samovar.
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10h What the Caribou Taught Me About Being Together, and Apart
Disappearing in the Arctic wilderness for half a year, a traveler discovered there is always a way forward.
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Marie Antoinette Would Be Proud14h Marie Antoinette Would Be Proud
After years of deliberation, Versailles has begun to replant the Queen’s Grove.
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Bored in lockdown? Try learning how to tango online33h Bored in lockdown? Try learning how to tango online
Our writer tries to recreate the buzz of a Buenos Aires dancehall in his UK living room with a selection of tango classes on YouTube All of Argentina’s 44 million inhabitants currently appear to be offering online tango classes. OK, that’s an exaggeration, but it’s fair to say that
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