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Travel Guide: 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia

The 21st FIFA World Cup 2018 is the biggest sporting event on earth and is due to take place in Russia next summer. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11
BlindSpot Speakeasy Cocktail Tea reviewed, St Martins Lane, London

Grab someone you like by the hand and head for this speakeasy joint to enjoy a surreptitious cocktail tea while exchanging secrets into the night. So, it was 7pm one heady summer e
Walking the Alpe-Adria Trail – 750kms through Austria, Italy and Slovenia

The Alpe-Adria Trail is Europe’s newest long distance hiking route and runs for 750km from the foot of the Grossglockner (at 3,798m Austria’s highest mountain), into Slovenia a
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Second dates are notorious minefields aren’t they? Go softly softly, or all out to entertain? Glitzy, spritzy, sexy and highly entertaining are the words that spring to mind when
Trekking the Fann Mountains in Tajikistan

here is a place where the mountains stretch up to touch the sky, turquoise lakes shimmer like jewels against a dusty backdrop, and — so they say — Bucephalus, the horse of Alex
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distance: 5,514 Miles

Our trek options range from one day walks around Leh, visiting monasteries or walking up mountain ridges to longer treks involving 2-4 weeks of walking through spectacular trails a
Bill Wierzalis Photography

Bill has a background in the humanities as well as in photography, and has traveled widely with his 35mm Pentax to indulge his passion for the Italian culture and people. Bill Wier
City break to Thessaloniki, Greece

Food, history, gorgeous weather and Hellenic hospitality. Thessaloniki is the city break waiting to be discovered. Greece is rarely on the radar when it comes to city breaks. At be
Philadelphia for the Weekend

Positioned between New York and Washington DC, Philadelphia takes the best of both cities and adds some great art museums and a unique submarine experience. The great thing about P
One Week in Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has no shortage of offerings. This itinerary focuses more on hitting the beaches in San Juan, the south side and the island of Vieques, but those who want to explore an
The flavors of Vietnam: Taking a cooking class

Many people wonder about Asia’s culinary secret… what makes it so wonderfully delicious? If you’re a traveler who believes eating is one of the best ways to learn about local