http://www.expedia.com/Dubai-Emirate.d1079.Destination-Travel-Guides Come to Dubai, the ancient City of Gold, for your next vacation. Modernity and antiquity collide in this vibrant city. Shop at the same spice market locals have been visiting for generations, then visit the stores in the Gold Souk, a jewelry-centered traditional marketplace. For a more modern shopping experience, go to the Dubai
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Budget transatlantic flights from Edinburgh and Belfast are to end.  The low-cost airline, Norwegian, is blaming its retreat from Edinburgh on the Scottish government’s failure to cut tax, and recommending Belfast passengers head for Dublin, Shannon or Cork. Norwegian will stop flying from Scotland’s busiest airport to Stewart International in upstate New York and Providence,
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(CNN) — Walking through Hoi An’s Old Town, in central Vietnam, the omnipresent buzz of motorbikes fills the air. Vendors push carts overloaded with ceramic vases and bowls. A pedicab slows down to offer a ride. A woman touts custom-made tailoring and leather bags from a store, where a lush curtain of foliage falls from
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Look up “Germany” in Larousse Gastronomique and it tells you “meat platters are encountered everywhere”. Not so at Bardot’s Bio Deli at the eco-friendly Hotel Almodóvar in the hip artistic neighbourhood of Friedrichshain (the Berlin equivalent of Shoreditch). For breakfast they serve a vegan version of the city’s famous currywurst – a bratwurst sausage with
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Welcome to Montreal, Canada. This extraordinary city, which began life as a French colony in the 1600s, is now a stunning metropolis combining old-world architecture with modern dashes. When Mark Twain visited Montreal in the 19th century, he was so taken by its many churches that he nicknamed it “The City of 100 Bell Towers.”
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