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Westerner Andy Drury risks his life to tour former ISIS stronghold of Mosul in Iraq 7 Oct 8:54pm Updated Westerner Andy Drury risks his life to tour former ISIS stronghold of Mosul in Iraq
Andy Drury, 53, from Guildford in Surrey, took a three-day mini break to Mosul and has brought back never-before-seen photographs of the devastated city in northern Iraq.
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How to visit Strasbourg for under £100 a night 7 Oct 10:29am Updated How to visit Strasbourg for under £100 a night
Squabbled over by the Germans and the French for centuries, Strasbourg now deftly balances both cultures - a cosmopolitan city with a modern temperament, but an age-old soul.
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Using a mobile in Japan and visiting Orlando without flying: The Holiday Guru solves travel queries 7 Oct 9:35am Updated Using a mobile in Japan and visiting Orlando without flying: The Holiday Guru solves travel queries
The Holiday Guru is always on call to answer your questions. This week a tour of Boston and a query about travelling to Cuba are also on the agenda...
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Why wild and windy autumn is the perfect time to visit Brittany 7 Oct 6:32am Why wild and windy autumn is the perfect time to visit Brittany
The Mail on Sunday's Michael Hodges visited the picturesque town of Pont-Aven in the Finistere department of Brittany in northwestern France. It's famed for inventing butter biscuits called galettes.
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Great British Boltholes: A review of Manorhaus Hotel, Wales 7 Oct 6:29am Great British Boltholes: A review of Manorhaus Hotel, Wales
The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Turner checked into Manorhaus Hotel in the small Welsh town of Ruthin. In a previous life it was a restaurant run by John Lennon's ex-wife.
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Exclusive for MoS readers: Tour Sandringham with David Starkey 7 Oct 6:25am Exclusive for MoS readers: Tour Sandringham with David Starkey
Dr Starkey will give an exclusive talk to readers about 'Sandringham and the Modern Monarchy' before joining you on a visit to the Royal Family's famous country retreat.
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From Barcelona to Beijing, nine places to stay that are packed with stunning masterpieces 7 Oct 6:12am From Barcelona to Beijing, nine places to stay that are packed with stunning masterpieces
Gaze at a Matisse before breakfast and a Chagall before bed? It's now possible, thanks to serious art collections on show in hotels around the world. Here we round up nine of the very finest.
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Mourne to be wild: an activity holiday in Northern Ireland 7 Oct 1:30am Mourne to be wild: an activity holiday in Northern Ireland
The mountains of Mourne are now famous for playing Westeros – but it’s also the ideal location for adventurers, with hikes, climbs, kayaking and more The Mourne Mountains have inspired writers, musicians and adventurers for centuries. The literary connections – the mountains sweeping down to the sea in the songs of Percy French, or inspiring CS Lewis’s Narnia – have given way in recent years to the TV titan that is Game of Thrones. Much of the series was filmed around these mountains, making them, in the space of a decade, Northern Ireland’s most valuable tourist draw.
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