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12/10/2016 at 16:34. Facebook
Brunch is an Austin institution and the city's diners, trailers, outdoor and indoor cafes cater for everyone, whether you're meaty, veggie, gluten-free or vegan – and won't blow the budget

• As featured in our Austin city guide

Austin gained a reputation as a mecca for hippies during the "cosmic…

10 best Austin diners for breakfast and brunch

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12/10/2016 at 12:02. Facebook
One of Colombia’s natural wonders, the Caño Cristales river lies deep inside what was Farc rebel territory. But last month’s historic peace deal means tourists can enjoy its many-hued waters

The first thing I felt when I saw the river running red was relief. The colour was more raspberry sorbet…

Colombia’s rainbow river benefits from peace deal

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12/10/2016 at 11:05. Facebook
A new five-star B&B on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds offers bags of comfort and a chance to explore one of the country’s underappreciated rural areas

This may be the era of the staycation, but how many of us can honestly say we have explored the UK? Generally, we prefer to neglect our own…

The Elm Tree, Spilsby, Lincolnshire: hotel review

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12/10/2016 at 10:05. Facebook
Local holidaymaker Prince Charles has opened a restaurant near Balmoral, eastern Scotland, one of many showcasing the area’s superb fresh ingredients

Blimey, it’s wet here. The 40-minute drive from Aberdeen airport to Banchory is through overhanging woods and rain-dark farmland, as unseen elves…

A foodie’s tour of Aberdeenshire: it’s fit for a prince

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12/10/2016 at 10:05. Facebook
The Edinburgh festival may dominate the headlines every summer, but all year round there’s a tight-knit local scene of off-beam music, grassroots art and theatre, and a stupidly good range of affordable grub and booze

It is easy to visit Edinburgh and feel you have not got under its skin. During…

Alt city guide to Edinburgh

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Guardian Travel
12/10/2016 at 07:10. Facebook
Winter is the time for exploring snowy European cities that are full of cosy cafes – such as Zagreb, Ljubljana and Tromsø – especially when they’re served by budget airlines with low-season fares

Take one small city with a heart of medieval mitteleuropean quaintness at the foot of magnificent,…

Top 10 winter city breaks in Europe

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Guardian Travel
12/10/2016 at 04:40. Facebook
Portland's music scene is one of the most vibrant in the US and its gig venues and concert halls are a reflection of this. So get ready to rock, roll, pogo, mosh, sway or recline

Mississippi Studios used to be a Baptist church, and if you have ears, or very recently had ears, the expertly designed…

Top 10 live music venues in Portland, Oregon

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Guardian Travel
12/10/2016 at 03:22. Facebook
Witnesses describe people running screaming from Thunder River Rapids ride after malfunction flips raft

Four people have been killed at a Dreamworld theme park in Australia after a ride malfunctioned, throwing two of them from the raft they were riding in and trapping the other two.

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Dreamworld accident: four dead at Gold Coast theme park

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yesterday at 23:25. Facebook
These towns, gardens and manors don't do festive celebrations by halves. Here's where to go for candle-lit trails, impressive art installations, illuminated waterfalls and countless decorated trees

• Spotted any good displays on your travels? Share your images with us

In December 1963, artist…

Best Christmas light displays in the UK

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yesterday at 20:32. Facebook
The annual National Geographic travel photographer of the year contest attracted 10,000 entries worldwide this year. The grand prize went to Anthony Lau for his shot of a horseman in Inner Mongolia, winning him a trip to a polar bear photo safari at Churchill Wild-Seal Heritage Lodge. Here’s a…

National Geographic travel photographer of the year – in pictures

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yesterday at 16:10. Facebook
For years our coastal resorts have been in decline. But now bookings are on the rise, and over half of us will go to a British beach this year. So what has changed?

John Napier plonks a pair of blue sequined stilettos – size nine, vertiginous heels – on the counter of his shop, Cobblers to the Old…

Once more on to the beach: how Britain’s seaside towns bounced back

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yesterday at 14:01. Facebook
Stand-up paddleboarding is the fastest growing sport in the world, so perhaps it’s no surprise more than 600 people braved the cold to race along the Siene last weekend Continue reading...

In Seine: stand-up paddlerboarders race through Paris

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yesterday at 13:55. Facebook
With an increased security presence, the city’s annual festival of lights has been opened by France’s new prime minister, a year after it was cancelled following the Paris attacks

Lyon’s festival of lights has been opened by France’s new prime minister amid tight security a year after the the city…

Lyon's Fête des Lumières returns for 2016 amid tight security

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yesterday at 12:04. Facebook
For the novelist, Istanbul is rich in Byzantine, Roman and Ottoman history, and is a place where Russian submarines, supertankers and tourist boats all glide through the heart of the city

I first came to Istanbul on a wave of youthful romanticism, making my way across eastern Europe on foot,…

‘Standing by the Bosphorus gives me goosebumps’: Jason Goodwin's Istanbul

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yesterday at 11:20. Facebook
With London Beer Week about to kick off, it’s an ideal time for a crawl south of the river to savour the burgeoning craft brew scene around Bermondsey, Brixton, Penge and Peckham
• Top 10 craft beer pubs in east London

A mile apart, these two idiosyncratic venues are definitely worth checking out…

Top 10 craft beer pubs in south London

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yesterday at 08:04. Facebook
As craft beer fans head to the Birmingham Beer Bash this weekend, we go in search of the pubs serving the city’s superlative ales

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This pub is a five-minute bus journey from town towards Aston, but well worth the detour (you could walk, but New…

Top 10 craft beer pubs in Birmingham

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yesterday at 07:50. Facebook
Oxford’s emerging craft beer scene offers a good mix of cosy, cool and chilled-out city centre pubs and bars

• Find more craft beer pubs around the UK

More dimly-lit bar than pub (it opens at 4pm midweek and hosts gigs/ DJ nights in its basement), the Library is nonetheless – check all that beer…

Top 10 craft beer pubs in Oxford

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yesterday at 07:42. Facebook
Who better than passionate locals to run pubs, restaurants and museums?

• 10 of the best comnunity-run cottages, hostels and guesthouses Continue reading...

10 of the best community-run pubs, restaurants and museums in the UK

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yesterday at 07:14. Facebook
Full of character, offering good value and great locations, our readers have memorable tips for places to stay in cities from Berlin to Vienna, Valencia to Lisbon

A five-minute tram journey from the city centre, MyMojoVie proved the hostel of my dreams. Behind a nondescript front door, on the top…

Budget hotels and hostels in European cities – readers’ tips

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yesterday at 06:37. Facebook
From pubs famous for Christmas parties to cosy hideaways where you can escape the crowds, here are 10 city-centre boozers serving great beers for a festively good time

• Suggest your own favourite in the comments. And, cheers!

Train stations are rarely as convivial as they are at Christmas.…

Top 10 festive pubs in the UK

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