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The rebirth of Detroit

Walk around Detroit on a sunny day and you’ll see hipster cafés, tattoo parlors, Art Déco towers, Neo-Gothic churches, Industrial skylines, deserted Victorian mansions and glistening in the sun, the ...

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Go back to Byblos

In 2010, the New York Times declared that Byblos (aka Jbeil), Lebanon was “witnessing a rebirth of sorts.” The publication went on to say, “If Beirut is the Paris of ...

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4 things you need to ...

We love London and think you will too, if you give it a chance. New York might be the city that never sleeps, but London follows pretty close behind. London: globally ...

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The best Pokétels in the ...

Listen up Pokémon Go fans: One hotel-booking site has found one major city with a host of Pokéstops and Pokégyms that any fan of the game would be happy to ...

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Underwater suites for your dream

Recently we saw an interesting reportage about Dubai and Qatar with their captivating eccentricity and when it talked about the underwater suites of Atlantis The Palm, we immediately decide to ...

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The captivating face of South ...

For most travelers to Italy, Rome is the furthest south they will travel. The golden triangle encompassing Rome, Venice and Florence is the main route. But the south has so ...

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5 places for Millennials

Just a few years ago, travelers on vacation went to see the capitals of the world, eat at famous restaurants and bought mementoes of their trips. Now, with the emergence ...

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Suites for cats

Rejoice all ye well-heeled cat lovers. A 14-room extension of the Wagington, Singapore’s premier five-star dog hotel at Loewen Road, has become available for cats as well. At the Purr-Fection ...

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Swinging off on the Island ...

Known internationally as the Island of Eternal Spring, it is no wonder Tenerife attracts an estimated 5 million tourists each year. With its temperate climate, breath-taking beauty and sparkling blue ...

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Fortress of horror made Hotel

Call us crazy, but there’s something that just doesn’t sit right with us about a fortress concentration camp being turned into a luxury hotel. Especially when that place, under fascist ...

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