10 off-the-beaten-track highlights in Europe: readers’ tips

A monastery perched high in a fissure, a placid riverside bar helping concoctions from Albania to the Netherlands our tipsters “know what youre talking about” to hop-skip off the sightseer trail Winning tip: Val Trebbia , Italy Val Trebbia is…

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Five great Interrail itineraries across Europe

Interrailing is an easy way to see the continent. We storied tours that comprise the Med, the Alps and an economical account of the Orient Express Lakes and mountains Suggested duration 15 eras Stops Lausanne, Annecy, Chamonix, Zermatt, Lucerne, St…

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This month, you can see Jupiter and its largest moons with just your binoculars

( CNN) For opening fans from all regions of the world, the month of June is set to be stellar: Jupiter will be clearly visible, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of its moons will only need a pair…

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Productivity and the Joy of Doing Things the Hard Way

This story is part of a series on how we make time–from productivity hacks to long ambles to altering the serve of our own circadian clocks. Suppose you were on a business trip in a city you’d never generated much…

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Could you give up flying? Meet the no-plane pioneers

Growing numbers of travellers are abandoning air travel to help save the planet even if it necessitates spend 14 daylights on a train It has taken Roger Tyers four epoches to reach Moscow by instruct from Kiev. His destination is…

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Eurovision faces backlash as musical kitschfest hits Israel

Tel Aviv, Israel( CNN) Always camp, often cheesy and occasionally political, the Eurovision Song Contest rarely overtakes off without some kind of controversy.

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A No-Bull Guide To Surviving Pamplona From Runners Who Almost Didnt

PAMPLONA, Spain- The baked blood, brew, and the sticky compound applied to the cobblestones to give the officers’ hooves purchase have been moistened clean from Pamplona’s streets for another year. The white-and-red-clad, half-buzzed tourists have gone home to New York…

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Mussolinis Last Laugh: How Fascist Architecture Still Dominates Rome

ROME–Benito Mussolini was just 39 years old where reference is subjugated Rome as Italy’s youngest-ever prime minister. What started as a desire to leave his line on the everlasting metropoli metastasized into full blown despotic egomania and soon he was…

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Exclusive: Airline Flies Snowbirds to Mexico, Deports Immigrants for ICE

” Think beyond a flight. Charter an experience ,” Xtra Airways, a Coral Gables, Florida-based charter airline pulls on its sharp-witted blood-red, grey, and blue customer sketch” as composed of representatives of package tour operators, dignitaries, boulder idols, even to…

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Those with a fear of flying should not watch this plane’s nearly vertical take-off

In a stunt considered delicious by many( though deep anxiety-inducing to many others ), a pilot managed to perform an almost vertical liftoff with a large Airbus A3 50 at the ILA Berlin air show in April. According to the…

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