Month: February 2019

(CNN) — Hundreds of protective marks designed to ward off evil spirits have been found scratched into the walls of an English cave system. The significance of the signs, which had previously been written off as graffiti, was noted by eagle-eyed visitors to Creswell Crags in the East Midlands, central England. “These witches’ marks were
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Some hotel bookings allow you to make changes to your reservation online in your itinerary. You can make the following changes to an existing hotel room reservation online. •Guest name •Bed type •Smoking preference •Special requests •Accessibility options •Room type •Number of guests •Travel dates Still need help? If you still need help with your
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Havana Club premium rum expressionsPhoto, courtesy Havana Club For American tourists visiting Cuba, bringing home an authentic bottle of Cuban rum has become a rite of passage. Current US customs rules limit returning Americans to two liters of alcoholic spirits. Cuban rum bottles are filled to 700 ml, so the two-liter limit covers just slightly
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Inspired Luxury Escapes pride themselves on creating holidays of a lifetime for all the family. The Telegraph is proud to partner knowledgeable and professional travel specialists who will help design the perfect itinerary and deliver an unforgettable holiday experience for every traveller. Inspired Luxury Escapes handpick the top hotels and villas in the most charming
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Rotterdam is having a well-deserved moment. With a direct Eurostar service from London, a slew of new openings – trendy restaurants, millennial friendly hotels, up-and-coming breweries – and some of the most exciting architecture in Europe, the Netherlands’ plucky second city should definitely be on the shortlist for your next short break. Here are the
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The Great Blue Hole is the world’s largest sinkhole, measuring an incredible 300 meters (984 feet) across and roughly 125 meters (410 feet) deep. The team also included Fabien Cousteau, grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau — who put the Blue Hole on the map back in 1971. The group embarked on their odyssey in
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