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  1. #LifeIsImproving Instagram Hashtag Dumbfounds MuscovitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | The St. Petersburg Times

    Muscovites on Instagram have been left baffled by seemingly coordinated posts by Russian celebrities touting the improvement of life in the country's capital. The news website Znak.com noticed the # - 1 2N 2 N N N hashtag circulating celebrity Instagram accounts last week.

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  2. nearby islandsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2014 | Conde Nast Traveler

    Not far from the historic center is the Venice few tourists ever see: a series of islands scattered in the lagoon like gems, each with its own personality and charms. Who doesn't love Venice, the city that's inspired countless poems, songs, paintings, and heartbreaks? But not far from the historic center is the Venice few tourists ever see: a series of islands scattered in the lagoon like gems, each with its own personality and charms.

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  3. Prada Unveils Restored Mansion in ShanghaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 15 | Women's Wear Daily

    The Prada Group has unveiled its latest restoration project: Rong Zhai is a restored mansion in downtown Shanghai, which will be used as a multi-purpose brand and cultural space.As well as re-showing Prada's resort 2018 collection and inviting a select group of influencers and celebrities - including director Baz Lurhmann, actress Zhang Ziyi, model Liu Wen and artist Cao Fei - for an intimate dinner at the mansion on Wednesday, the doors of Rong Zhai were thrown open to 1,000 guests for a cocktail party on Saturday night.The evening included a performance by actor and musician Ansel Elgort, the face of Prada L'Homme fragrance, and among the guests were Du Juan and Alexander Wang.The unveiling of Rong Zhai - the name translates to "Rong House" - comes following a six-year renovation.

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  4. One travel writer discovers the glories of VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 14 | Daily Mail

    The jaw-dropping images in the new Landscape Photographer of the Year book that show Britain at its mesmerising best 86,400 seconds in the city: Jetting off to New York from London for the ultimate DAY TRIP So much more than sun, sea and sand: The fabulous heritage, culture and food that make Barbados a must-visit Famous cities that hit all the right notes! The top spots to visit for opera, from San Carlo in Naples to Madrid's Teatro Real A tonic for body and soul! The Mauritius resort that works its reviving magic A palazzo fit for my princesses! One travel writer and his girls discover the glories of Venice - including a VERY grand Airbnb The sky's the limit in the land of the giant croc! Spotting 15ft big-toothed beasts and buffalo from helicopters and airboats How an airbed was turned into a A 20bn success: Meeting Airbnb's co-founder Nathan Blecharczyk, who even has his own home ... (more)

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  5. 2018 Aprilia Dorsoduro 900 First Ride ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | Motorcycle.com

    I asked around at the launch of the Dorsoduro 900, why was this bike named "Dorsoduro"? I know what the Dorsoduro is and have visited the district in the Italian city of Venice on two separate occasions, but I was looking for an answer full of emotion and history which I have come to expect from Italian manufacturers . To my surprise, everyone began to tell me what the name was rather than why it was named as such.

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  6. Best selling author Hazel Gaynor: 'Life's too short to always be saving for rainy days'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Independent.ie

    The award-winning author Hazel Gaynor lives in Kildare with her husband and two children. She has written a number of best-sellers, including The Girl Who Came Home - which won the Historical Novel of the Year award in London in 2015, and The Girl From The Savoy.

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  7. Why tourists glued to their phones are the worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Of the infinite ways to enrage and offend on holiday, fixating on your phone has to be the most insulting to locals. Swim in an ancient fountain or stand naked on a sacred mountain top and you're almost certain to upset someone.

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  8. Exhibition includes masterpieces by one of the most celebrated painters of the Italian RenaissanceRead the original story

    Monday Oct 9 | Art Daily

    One of the most beloved and influential religious painters of the Italian Renaissance, Giovanni Bellini was also a master in depicting landscape. His paintings of religious scenes often featured evocative natural settings that were as important and affecting as their human subjects.

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  9. Blue Monday? Here are some travel pictures to make it betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Iol.co.za

    Travel pictures makes everything better. Here are some of our favourite this week, including this shot of Venice.

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  10. Get lost: I always carry a compass and often a GPS, but it makes no differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | The Globe and Mail

    Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide .

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  11. 'Life's too short to always be saving for rainy days'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Independent.ie

    The award-winning author Hazel Gaynor lives in Kildare with her husband and two children. She has written a number of best-sellers, including The Girl Who Came Home - which won the Historical Novel of the Year award in London in 2015, and The Girl From The Savoy.

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  12. Tourists too busy with PHONES to enjoy the 'view' on a gondola ride in VeniceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | The Indian Express

    Capturing the best moments during a holiday is an integral part of travelling these days. Be it with phone or camera, tourists around the world love to treasure every moment while they are visiting the best places on Earth.

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  13. Amsterdam Is Putting a Ban on Tourist ShopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 7 | Conde Nast Traveler

    The city government announced on Thursday that any new shops geared at tourists, including ticket vendors, bike rental companies, and cheese shops would be barred from opening in the city center, reports The restriction is effective immediately, and will also apply to storefronts selling food for immediate consumption, like waffles, ice cream, and doughnuts. These will be limited in about 40 streets surrounding the city center.

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  14. Fishing in Venice? Of courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Sonoma Index Tribune

    There's water everywhere here in Venice, which is why to get around you have to hire a gondola. There is nothing more romantic that riding along the canals of Venice while the gondolier serenades you.

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  15. Lonely Planet includes Romanian village on list of colourful destinations in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Romania-Insider.com

    A village in Northern Romania is one of the most colorful destinations in Europe, according to famous travel guide Lonely Planet. In a feature story called Places that pop: 10 of Europe's most colourful destinations, Lonely Planet writer Tamara Sheward has complied a list of "vibrant villages, technicolour towns and dazzling districts" tourists should visit, and the Ciocanesti commune in Suceava county, Northern Romania, is on it.

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  16. Deal watch: Seven nights in Italy for $999Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | USA Today

    Deal watch: Seven nights in Italy for $999 Featuring Rome, Florence and Venice, this package includes round-trip flights, accommodation, tours, rail tickets and daily breakfast. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2kjjqTZ Begin your trip in Rome with a tour of the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica; spend the rest of your time in the Eternal City at leisure.

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  17. Venice never loses its charm for visitors to ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 29 | El Paso Times

    Venice is unlike any city in the world. It is literally built on water. Its connection to the sea is unique.

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  18. Doyle's October 4 sale features a group of paintings by American artists on distant shoresRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Art Daily

    In 1872, when William Merritt Chase was asked by a group of St. Louis businessmen if he would like to study in Europe with their support, he is said to have replied, 'My God, I'd rather go to Europe than go to heaven.' He was not alone.

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  19. Turkey's unique mosaics presented in New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Turkish Daily News

    Turkey is eyeing new tourist destinations with the "Mosaic Road," a project that aims to boost Turkey's cultural destinations. The project was presented in the Global Hope Coalition, an international event held in New York on Sept.

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  20. Pakistan breaks down gender barriers, one bike at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | Christian Science Monitor

    A new bike-sharing program has started up on a sprawling university campus in Islamabad. The goal was to reduce commute time, but it also brought an unexpected result: greater freedom for female students.

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