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Disney has announced plans for two Star Wars-themed zones. They will probably be blockbusters, but could they join the ranks of the company’s imaginative failures?
Guardian Travel 04/26/2017

Tragic kingdoms – the Disney lands that flopped

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yesterday at 16:01. Facebook
There’s such pride in freshness, tradition and quality that it’s hard to eat badly in Italy. Tell us about a rural trattoria or city pizzeria – anywhere that’s stood out for you
Guardian Travel 04/26/2017

Share your foodie tip on Italy for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher

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yesterday at 13:41. Facebook
"Piha beach is a popular day trip for Aucklanders – it was the birthplace of New Zealand surfing in 1958. The beach is guarded by Lion Rock at the north end."
Piha beach is a popular day trip for Aucklanders it was the

Shores galore: Auckland's wild west coast beaches – in pictures

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yesterday at 12:15. Facebook
"Hội An is known for its diverse and excellent food: a legacy of the many nationalities, including Japanese, Chinese and Portuguese, that lived or traded here."
Hội An is known for its diverse and excellent food a legacy

Top 10 things to do in Hội An, Vietnam

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yesterday at 11:34. Facebook
The terms espresso bar and ‘anarchic ethical hacker collective’ don’t usually go together but this radical bitcoin-only hub in the Czech capital is no ordinary cafe
Guardian Travel 04/26/2017

Prague's cryptocurrency cafe: perfect brew of beans and bitcoins

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04/25/2017 at 13:16. Facebook
On an all-inclusive group family holiday at a Normandy chateau, a sceptical dad is pleasantly surprised by how enjoyable the entertainment and activities are
Guardian Travel 04/25/2017

Family fun: an action-packed week in France – for under £450pp

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04/25/2017 at 12:53. Facebook
The Ciro trail, from Dubrovnik to Mostar in southern Bosnia, is encouraging tourists back to the empty green landscape that was largely abandoned during the 1990s wars in the former Yugoslavia
Guardian Travel 04/25/2017

Bosnia’s new cycle trail is a big ‘open-air museum’

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04/25/2017 at 10:50. Facebook
Author Peter Kerr swapped his Scottish farm for an orange grove and discovered the history and laid-back attitude of ‘l’illa de la calma’
Guardian Travel 04/25/2017

'I fell for Mallorca and bought an orange farm there … on a whim'

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04/25/2017 at 08:47. Facebook
Two powerful earthquakes laid waste to parts of central Italy last year, but resilient producers in fabulously foodie – and beautiful – south-east Umbria are determined to look forward, not back
Guardian Travel 04/25/2017

After the earthquake: Umbria's culinary magic is winning back visitors

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04/25/2017 at 08:47. Facebook
This pub/cafe/deli on the edge of the Brecon Beacons made a name for itself with its excellent food and laid-back charm. Now it’s added stylish accommodation ‘over the shop’ so diners can crash out after dinner
Guardian Travel 04/25/2017

Wright’s Food Emporium, Llanarthney, Carmarthenshire: review

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04/24/2017 at 17:02. Facebook
"On the basis that happy kids equal happy parents, the week is a roaring success, even if we don’t always quite understand what each other is doing. Joe starts raving about something called aeroball, which seems to be a cross between trampolining and basketball. My wife and I fall for a game involving wooden sticks named mölkky. And Bethan thinks my first foray into fencing means I’ll be...
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Family fun: an action-packed week in France – for under £450pp

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04/24/2017 at 15:40. Facebook
Can’t afford the $295 tasting menu at New York’s Eleven Madison Park, the world’s number one restaurant? Now you can sample budget versions of the same dishes at Made Nice, which opened today
Guardian Travel 04/24/2017

A $15 dinner from the chefs at the world’s best restaurant

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04/24/2017 at 14:02. Facebook
"Endless beaches, fog-shrouded rainforests and rugged trails alongside the ferocious open waters of the Pacific Ocean make up this 500 sq km coastal park on the southern edge of Vancouver Island. Whale-watching – mostly greys but, at certain times of the year, humpbacks and killer whales as well – is a time-honoured pastime here, and can be done from the beach."
Endless beaches fogshrouded rainforests and rugged trails alongside the ferociou

10 of Canada's best lesser-known national parks

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04/24/2017 at 12:27. Facebook
“People down here are well-educated about underground music,” says DJ/producer, Suze Rosser. “And there’s a few people here who’ve chosen to leave London because it’s a slower pace and a little more friendly.” By the sounds of it, those London escapees have the right idea.
People down here are welleducated about underground music says DJproducer Suze Rosser

The alt city guide to Brighton

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04/24/2017 at 10:06. Facebook
At the start of Allergy awareness week, we examine the practicalities and airline policies of flying for those with a nut allergy
Guardian Travel 04/24/2017

Allergies and food intolerances on flights – how do airlines react?

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04/24/2017 at 05:32. Facebook
From the birthplace of samba to sundowners by the sea, our man in Rio knows where to go for a good night out, as well as the best spots for taking in the breathtaking tropical beauty of the ‘Marvellous City’
Guardian Travel 04/24/2017

10 top tips from our Rio de Janeiro correspondent

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04/23/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
"They’re our closest neighbours, and experts at holidaying in their own country, but the French themselves can’t always afford haute cuisine and luxury hotels so, with the pound-euro exchange rate taking a battering, why not adopt the French way of doing things and save money in the process?"
Theyre our closest neighbours and experts at holidaying in their own country

France on a budget: an expert guide to holidaying like the French

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04/23/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
"This year, to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, visitors can gain free admission to the parks with a special pass which must be pre-ordered."
This year to celebrate Canadas 150th anniversary visitors can gain free admission

10 of Canada's best lesser-known national parks

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04/23/2017 at 12:45. Facebook
"A small, compact city, with a population of just 330,000, Aarhus’s attractions are easily explored on foot or bicycle."
A small compact city with a population of just 330000 Aarhuss attractions

Aarhus, Denmark: what to see, plus the best restaurants, bars and hotels

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04/23/2017 at 10:04. Facebook
Rhodes and Kos are the Dodecanese’s big names, but this new island-hopping trip focuses on the archipelago’s smaller gems, where visitors may have the gorgeous beaches to themselves
Guardian Travel 04/23/2017

Island hopping in Greece’s Dodecanese

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