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10 Products and Services Every Super Traveler Needs
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There are travelers and there are “super travelers,” the savvy ones who are constantly booking new flights and always on the go. These are the frequent flyers who use priority lanes, know exactly which seat to book on each type of … Read More

The Lion King Musical London
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♥♥♥♥♥ Lyceum Theatre London 21 Wellington Street London WC2E 7RQ Until June 28 2015   Based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name with music by Elton John and lyrics by Tim Rice along with the musical … Read More

The Book of Mormon – review London
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There’s been a whole heap of hype surrounding The Book of Mormon, the Broadway smash-hit musical from the creators of South Park that has just landed in London, trailing nine Tony awards behind it. But for the most part the … Read More

Dana Farouki on Where to Eat, Shop and Gallery-Hop in Dubai
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Photo On the street during Galleries Night at Alserkal Avenue in Dubai. Credit Lindsay Kirkcaldy, courtesy of Alserkal Avenue The art collector, adviser and booster Dana Farouki moved from New York to Dubai almost five years ago, cementing a relationship … Read More

At the Prague Marathon, History Is a Spectator
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The Prague International Marathon starts in Staromestske Namesti, or Old Town Square, in the heart of the city, directly between Old Town Hall, with its famous astronomical clock, built in the early 15th century, and the weathered bronze monument of … Read More

Grand St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
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People march during the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York. New York City, New York www.nycstpatricksparade.org/ The granddaddy of all St. Patrick’s Day parades (the first was staged in 1762 by homesick Irishmen serving in the British Army) is … Read More

5 Reasons to Visit Southern New Mexico
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Most visitors to New Mexico set out on the predictable Santa Fe‒Taos circuit in the northern part of the state, but those that follow the compass further south are pleasantly rewarded. Here, in these less-trodden reaches of the American Southwest, … Read More

Museum tourism: Beat the lines and manage crowds
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Westminster Abbey, the Sistine Chapel, the Louvre; these and other popular attractions and museums like them may be the reason you travel. They’re also the reason millions of other people travel. Nothing kills a sightseeing buzz like waiting in line … Read More

Florida’s Panama City Beach: Not your typical Floridian tourist trap
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Every March, Panama City becomes a magnet for partying Spring Breakers, but for the rest of the year it’s a tranquil wilderness. A strange, dark shape in the brilliant blue-green waters of Saint Andrew Bay caught our helicopter pilot’s attention … Read More

An Insider Guide to the Best Craft Coffee in Prague
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Facebook photo for by Tomáš Adamec Alza Cafe facebook photo Ema Espresso Bar feels so much like our second home we should probably start paying rent. Coffee comes from multiple carefully selected European roasters, with a focus on two rotating espresso-based drinks … Read More

Discovering the Ruins of Italy’s Ionian Coast
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It was my first day back in Metaponto in a decade, and I was anxious. As my train from Rome pulled into the station, after a six-hour descent past Vesuvius, the craggy Lucanian Dolomites, olive groves and pebbly streams, and … Read More