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Syria Promotes Tourism, Despite Devastation of Civil War 20 Jan 11:57am Syria Promotes Tourism, Despite Devastation of Civil War
The country was once home to an array of tourist landmarks, but many of those have been damaged or destroyed by war, and most governments still advise against their citizens traveling there.
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 An Inspector Calls: Brockencote Hall 20 Jan 7:26am An Inspector Calls: Brockencote Hall
South of Birmingham, in Worcestershire, the luxury Brockencote Hall is home to terrific canapes, an extensive afternoon tea service and what may be the best G&T ever, says The Inspector.
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Bites: A Detroit Restaurant With Deep Local Roots 20 Jan 5:00am Bites: A Detroit Restaurant With Deep Local Roots
The food at Lady of the House, in the Corktown neighborhood, could be described as seasonal-voluptuous.
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52 Places to Go in 2018: A Few Questions for Our 52 Places Traveler 20 Jan 5:00am 52 Places to Go in 2018: A Few Questions for Our 52 Places Traveler
How does Jada Yuan, who beat out 13,000 other applicants for the job, feel about spending the year traveling the globe? “Elated and terrified.”
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Damaraland, Namibia: where ‘each day lasts 100 hours’ 20 Jan 4:00am Damaraland, Namibia: where ‘each day lasts 100 hours’
Pico Iyer’s biggest holiday challenge used to be ‘filling the days till they burst’. But nine days in the desert of Namibia with nothing much to do was a liberating experience I walked out into the desert just as the sun was beginning to show above the mountains. I’d been advised not to step out of my bungalow in north-west Namibia while it was dark: there were lion tracks only a few steps away. But now a spotted eagle owl was flapping out of the bushes and beating its broad white wings across the dry emptiness in front of me, and the world was reborn and golden. A guide at the lodge, Johan, had offered to take me on a walk across the red-dirt silence, and as we set off in the early light, he pointed out rhino tracks in the dust, and a path laid out by a mountain zebra. “Try not to step close to a rock,” he said – the landscape was nothing but rock – “there could be a horned adder underneath it.”
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20 of the best adventure travel challenges for 2018 20 Jan 1:30am 20 of the best adventure travel challenges for 2018
Marathon cycles meet epic swims and uplifting hikes in our guide to the best breaks that, from the Lake District to the Sahara, will get you off the sofa and into the great outdoors
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