9 great American factory tours

9 great American factory tours

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Depending on the metric, U.S. manufacturing is either bouncing back or going to hell in a handbasket -- albeit one expertly crafted in Brooklyn by a tattooed weaver named Holden...

Earth like you've never seen it before

Earth like you've never seen it before

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Earth like you've never seen it before: Stunning aerial photos reveal beauty of frozen rivers, rainbow tulip fields and the turquoise waters at the Great Barrier Reef...

Top 10 surfing destinations in Asia Pacific

Top 10 surfing destinations in Asia Pacific

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Feel the sun on your skin, the sand beneath your toes and warm, salty wind against your face! Skyscanner checks out the top 10 surfing destinations around Oceania and our Southeast Asian neighbours for whe-re you can enjoy a good surf (or check out hot surfers!)...

15 things your probably didn’t know about Cuba

15 things your probably didn’t know about Cuba

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Fidel Castro, vintage Chevrolets, revolution, rum. These are just a few of the words most commonly associated with Cuba, the queen of the Caribbean...

Fraser Island: Is this the world's most unique island?

Fraser Island: Is this the world's most unique island?

  •   06/05/2015 01:22:16 PM
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Queensland, Australia's, 1,840-square-kilometer Fraser Island was declared a World Heritage island in 1992. There are 353 species of birds on the island, compared with 337 species in the entire UK. The biggest sand island in the world is also home to unique landscapes and attractions. ..

A Glimpse of What 13 of the World’s Presidential Palaces Look Like Inside and Out

A Glimpse of What 13 of the World’s Presidential Palaces Look Like Inside and Out

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Being a president is a rare dream that can only be possible for the most courageous and passionate. Could the reason be because of the money, the power, the popularity, the ability to help make a nation stand proud, the ability to change a nation, or maybe just because of the luxurious home and office you can stay in when the dream turns to reality? It sounds shallow but when you see these lavish presidential palaces, buildings, or whatever they call it, being the next head of the state is not only a dream job but a way to have that chance in living in a dream home and working in a dream office. Here are 13 of the lavish-looking and design-sharp presidential palaces in the world....

For a vacation that’s not like everyone else’s

For a vacation that’s not like everyone else’s

  •   29/04/2015 09:19:40 PM
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When you travel, average is easy. The real joy comes f-rom discovering yourself in remarkable experiences that tourists can’t even imagine. Step off the beaten path with Classic Journeys, and the culture, history and everyday life of a region comes alive. Whether you’re at at a remote vineyard that appears on no map or basking in privileged access to a legendary site, these exclusive experiences take you whe-re other travelers never get the chance to go...

Are these the most magical settlements in the world?

Are these the most magical settlements in the world?

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Nestled in some of the most beautiful corners of the world, are tiny settlements of people who have adapted to live around nature. F-rom villages under boulders in Portugal, to floating villages in Peru, these dwellings are hidden away f-rom the rest of the world. The secluded settlements are often cut off f-rom the surrounding areas, but are each set in their own natural paradises...

Toronto city break guide

Toronto city break guide

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An insider's guide to Toronto, featuring the city's best hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, attractions and free things to do, including how to travel there and around. By Paul Wade, Telegraph Travel's Toronto expert. Click on the tabs below for the best places to stay, eat, drink and shop...

Mumbai - Bombay, India

Mumbai - Bombay, India

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Overview: Noisy yet spiritual, flashy yet humble, Mumbai manages to cram so many extremes into one city it's no wonder that it leaves most visitors exhilarated and entranced. Tower blocks spring up and the newest mall beckons a new crowd. Yet in this fast-growing city, some things never change, such as the gothic spires and gargoyles covering the immense UNESCO-protected Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, and Sunday evenings on Chowpatty Beac...

Portugal’s top experiences

Portugal’s top experiences

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The Alfama: Lisbon’s Alfama district, with its labyrinthine alleyways, hidden courtyards and curving shadow-filled lanes, is a magical place to start a Portuguese adventure. You’ll pass breadbox–sized grocers, brilliantly tiled buildings and cosy taverns filled with easygoing chatter, accompanied by the scent of c-hargrilled sardines and the mournful rhythms of fado drifting in the breeze...

Hawaiian day trips: Moloka’i

Hawaiian day trips: Moloka’i

  •   21/04/2015 07:49:25 AM
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With its variety of microclimates, multifaceted history and diverse flora and fauna, Hawaii is made for day trips. In just one afternoon, a visitor can hike a rocky pine forest, learn the stories of an isolated colony of Hansen’s Disease patients and then take in a breezy ocean vista...

Top 10 U.S. Family Beaches

Top 10 U.S. Family Beaches

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oast Guard Beach - Eastham, Massachusetts: For the classic Cape Cod vacation, head to Coast Guard Beach, boundless miles of sand and surf on the Cape Cod National Seashore. Stop at the Salt Pond Visitor Center to learn about free programs, such as family campfire nights, ranger-guided nature walks, beach yoga, and surf casting lessons. Rent kayaks, surfboards, and bikes f-rom Castaways Marine...

Durban, South Africa

  •   20/04/2015 11:18:41 PM
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Tour a game reserve, catch a rugby match, and get up close and personal with sharks while checking off this list of the top ten things to do in Durban...

Visiting secret samurai homes in Japan

Visiting secret samurai homes in Japan

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Less visted than the Chiran samurai town, Izumi-Fumoto Old Samurai Residences opens three of its samurai complexes to the public. The Takezoe Residence is featured in "Atsuhime" a popular historical drama on Japanese television...

The largest Buddhist settlement in the world

The largest Buddhist settlement in the world

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The largest Buddhist settlement in the world: Inside the village whe-re 40,000 monks and nuns are segregated and televisions are banned... but iPhones are allowed...

7 places with stunning nature whe-re you can relax

7 places with stunning nature whe-re you can relax

  •   20/04/2015 03:42:28 AM
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How noise affects our health? Noise belongs to everyday human factors and no ability to get used to it. Therefore, the only cure is to rest somewhe-re whe-re you only hear the sounds of nature...

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia overview

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia overview

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Kuala Lumpur (or KL, as it is commonly known) is, more often than not, a traveler's point of entry to Malaysia. As the capital, it is the most modern and developed city in the country, with contemporary high-rises and world-class hotels, glitzy shopping malls, and local and international cuisine. The city began around 1857 as a small mining boomtown spawned by the Industrial Revolution's hunger for raw materials. Fueled by tin mining in the nearby Klang River Valley, the town grew under the business interests...

Beijing, China Overview

Beijing, China Overview

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Peking man, Ming dynasty emperors, Chairman Mao and 17 million residents have made their mark on modern-day Beijing. A capital of exhilarating extremes with its glittering skyscrapers, mazy hutongs and enigmatic Forbidden City -- nowhe-re is China's rapid progress and rich imperial history more tangible. But in a city so enormous, it's the little experiences that are most memorable -- whether it's graceful tai chi moves in the parks, spicy hot pot on lantern-lit Ghost Street or the lakefront serenity of the Summer Palace. Things to Do. Step past the huge Chairman Mao portrait guarding Tiananmen Square and back to an age of Ming dynasty emperors and tittering concubines roaming the mysterious Forbidden City...


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