Month: October 2018

Sandwiches, made with Savage River Inc. Beyond Meat breakfast sausage, are seen during the inauguration of the company’s Manhattan Beach Project Innovation Center in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Thursday, July 19, 2018. The new 26,000 square foot facility is part of the company’s ongoing initiative to bring the best scientists, engineers, cutting-edge research, food
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Where in the world could you spot these two dapper gents? Find out in our quiz © Anders Blomqvist / Lonely Planet Do you know which sub-Saharan African country has Spanish as its official language? Or which Hindu celebration is known as the Festival of Lights? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the October
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Natasha and Cameron admiring the view in Kauai © The World Pursuit Lonely Planet Pathfinders Natasha and Cameron of The World Pursuit recently traveled to Hawaii to check out some of its most amazing landscapes and beaches. It’s easy to see why Hawaii is one of the most alluring destinations in the world. The islands
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Cannibals. Insurgents. Soldiers. Saints. Photographer David Bailey may have set the Sixties swinging with his iconic fashion and portrait photography but he has also captured some of the most dangerous, remote areas on Earth. But today we’re meeting somewhere closer to home: Bailey’s studio in a cobbled leafy mews near King’s Cross. “You’re very posh”
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(CNN) — Since its inauguration on October 20, 1973, the iconic Sydney Opera House has been the centerpiece of the Sydney Harbour, drawing some 8.2 million visitors every year. But there’s much more to Australia’s top tourist attraction than just a show-stopping facade. From its complicated construction to popular bars and restaurants, this UNESCO World
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https://www.expedia.com/Austin.d178234.Destination-Travel-Guides Welcome to Austin, home to nearly 900,000 people. The capital of Texas attracts a number of young, talented university students, which has prompted a good-natured culture war between the newcomers and the city’s longtime residents. So far, the latter group seems to be winning, thanks to their dedication to the Keep Austin Weird campaign.
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When visiting Florence, it’s important to pace yourself. It may be a small city, but it’s so full of treasures that it can be overwhelming: the magnificent Duomo; lavish rooms in the Pitti Palace; works by Michelangelo, Fra Angelico, Raphael … the list is endless. You can’t see everything and attempting to do so is
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