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  1. Share your selfies at North East stunning landmarks this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    "We're delighted to showcase our landscape of coastal castles, the famous Hadrian's Wall and Northumberland's historic houses to visiting friends and families. "Our sites are so iconic and unique, we're encouraging visitors to capture the moment where history happened and share summer snaps on social media."


  2. Serene, green Kew a respite from London hubbubRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The London Free Press

    When visiting London's Kew Gardens, plan on staying for lunch or an early dinner. The food served in the park, such as this Salt Beef Reubens Sandwich with Cave-aged Cheddar, is very tasty and reasonable priced.


  3. dusitD2 Khao Yai Set to Open in August 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hospitality Net

    Located on the fringe of Thailand's famed Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site just a two-hour drive from central Bangkok, dusitD2 Khao Yai provides the perfect springboard to a host of adventures such as hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, biking, and feeding alpacas. The pet-friendly hotel is perfect for families.


  4. Link About It: This Week's Picks: Sophisticated edibles, supporting...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Cool Hunting

    Considering the current world climate-sadly an anti-globalization fear seems to be gaining momentum- Samsung's Olympics commercial is incredibly timely. The advertisement blends a bunch of national anthems into one, with people from all over the world singing lines of other countries' patriotic tunes: from Cambodia to Malawi, Tunisia, Canada and Malaysia.


  5. Antelias News 23-07-2016Read the original story

    Saturday Jul 23 | Groong

    On Wednesday morning, Catholicos Aram I received Emmanuel Bonne, the French Ambassador to Lebanon at his office at St Mary's Monastery in Bikfaya. Ambassador Bonne was accompanied by the embassy's political officer.


  6. Link About It: Shop Art TheftRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Cool Hunting

    Several artists previously highlighted by CH have found themselves the victims of art theft by huge retailers. Since many indie artists don't have the budgets and ability to hire lawyers to face large corporations, they are using the platforms they have to call attention to the unfair business of stealing designs.


  7. Link About It: Great Wall of China UnderwaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Cool Hunting

    In 1977 the Chinese government evacuated Xichengyu Village, destroyed its buildings and intentionally flooded the nearby valley in order to create the Panjiakou Reservoir. Thus, a new source of drinking water was created but another result was that a large section of the Great Wall of China became submerged.


  8. Squiggles, Dots, and Dialects: Why is Arabic so ****ing hard?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Al Bawaba

    According to the , Arabic is ranked as a "Category V language" - requiring a minimum of 2,200 hours of continuous study to become proficient . Compare that with Spanish, French, Norwegian, and other "Category I languages" which require a relatively tame 575 hours of study to reach similar proficiencies.


  9. India's heritage landmarks, now Prisma-fied: How many can you identify?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | The Indian Express

    With the world filtering everything through Prisma, an app that is a rage among the world's phone photographers, we decided to check how some of India's iconic landmarks would look through one of its filters. The app is the brainchild of a team of Russian developers and features a series of stylistic, art-inspired filters that completely transform photos - into fantastic works of art.


  10. In a small town in Israel, a chef is driven by his impeccable tasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Denver Post

    The water washes over me. Sometimes almost burning, sometimes shockingly cold. There are no windows, only circular holes in the dome-shaped ceiling that filter the morning light, but I sense the Mediterranean Sea a few steps away.


  11. In Israel, a chef is driven by his impeccable tasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Canada.com

    The water washes over me. Sometimes almost burning, sometimes shockingly cold. There are no windows, only circular holes in the dome-shaped ceiling that filter the morning light, but I sense the Mediterranean Sea a few steps away.


  12. The World's Best CitiesRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | MSN Living

    Worlds Best Awards survey, T+L asks readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globeto share their opinions on the top cities, islands, cruise lines, spas, airlines, and more. Readers ranked cities on their sights and landmarks, culture, cuisine, friendliness, shopping, and overall value.Our top 15 cities include less-obvious but incredibly rewarding destinations like Luang Prabang in Laos, and the capital of Lebanon.


  13. Veteran TV journalist Greg Dobbs to discuss America's relationship with RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Vail Daily News

    Greg Dobbs will lead a Vail Symposium presentation and discussion titled "On Putin and Russia" on Tuesday, July 12, in Lionshead Village. VAIL - Vladimir Putin's backbone was shaped not only by his KGB career in the service to the Soviet Union but also by his nation's legacy of nationalism and its history of suffering.


  14. Planning Guide For RV Travel In CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Vogel Talks RVing

    The scale and grandeur of this incredible country must be seen to be appreciated. Canada is a country that once visited, creates memories that last a lifetime.


  15. SOLO, the Spirit of JAVA Part 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Sun-Star

    SURAKARTA, or commonly known as SOLO, is the older of the two royal cities in Central Java. Not long after their establishment - in 1745 and 1757 respectively - SOLO's two royal houses wisely stopped fighting and instead threw their energies into the arts, developing a highly sophisticated and graceful court culture.


  16. Grindstones celebrated in JogginsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | Amherst Daily News

    Joggins Fossil Institute chair Don Trenholm addresses the crowd while Cumberland County Warden Keith Hunter, Joggins Fossil Institute secretary/treasurer Alan Walter and Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey look on during the unveiling of the new grindstone exhibition at the centre on Thursday, July 7. Cumberland County Warden Keith Hunter and Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey unveiled an interpretive sign for the new grindstone exhibition at the Joggins Fossil Centre on Thursday, July 7. Eight years after the Joggins Fossil Cliffs was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Joggins Fossil Centre unveiled its newest exhibition, a salute to the area's once-thriving grindstone industry under the leadership of Minudie's most famous historic figure, Amos "King" Seaman.


  17. Hotel Mlini offers a magical escape from the crowds of DubrovnikRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | The Globe and Mail

    Walking the walls that enclose Dubrovnik's old city is a magical experience. Gazing over the orange-tiled roofs, medieval fortresses and labyrinth of laneways from 25 metres above, it's no wonder Game of Thrones films here or that it's named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


  18. Interview: Lebanon thirsts for wider and closer economic ties with ChinaRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | Xinhuanet

    Lebanese commerce chief hailed Saturday the Lebanon-China relations particularly in the trade field, calling on China for closer and wider economic ties with Lebanon. "In an open market like Lebanon, you cannot be a businessman if you don't have access to the international market, and today you don't have a real access to the international market unless you have strong connections with China," many businessmen held the view in Lebanon today.


  19. German tourist dies attempting selfie photo at Machu Picchu, PeruRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | UPI

    Police recovered a German tourist's body from a ravine at Machu Picchu, the ancient site in the Peruvian Andes, after he fell attempting to take a selfie photo. Officials said Oliver Park, 51, a German national, entered a restricted area and ignored warning signs before he fell more than 300 feet into a rock-strewn ravine.


  20. "Bird's Nest" Project: A Tourist Resort on the Ruins of a HeritageRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | Groong

    Catholicos Aram I decided to lease the property to former minister and developer Jean-Louis Qordahi to build a private beach resort. The Bird's Nest Orphanage plot of land is one of the rare coastal areas that have not yet been developed into tourist complexes in Byblos.