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10 of the world’s best piers: readers’ travel tips

From a favourite of John Betjeman to Polish art-deco cafes, underwater observatories and Hemingway’s fishing spot our readers reveal their favourite over-water strollsHuntington Beach is the spiritual home of Californian surfing. I love strolling out early in the morning along Huntington Beach Pier, when the marine layer mist lingers, making everything seem mystical. All you can see are the silhouettes of hundreds of surfers, sitting, waiting for a wave. Watch them as you stroll along the 1,850ft-long pier, then head to Ruby’s, a 1940s-style diner at the end of the pier. Head upstairs and sit by a window looking out to the Pacific, to watch the dolphins and the mist slowly lift, drinking bottomless coffee and eating delicious pancake stacks.Maddy Miller, London Continue reading...Original link
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Road tripping through India guide

It’s impossible to describe a country as vast as India as just one thing. Its cities sizzle with energy; its countryside has a sleepy, dreamy quality; and everywhere you go, there are swirling colors, stunning architecture, and some of the most hospitable people you’ll ever encounter. Far too many travelers come to India only to tick the Taj Mahal off their bucket lists — that is if they bother traveling here at all. India continues to be underrepresented on people’s lists of dream destinations, and even fewer want to road trip through it. With an infamous traffic scene, frequent language barrier, inconsistent road quality, and not that many predecessors to base your itinerary around (Route 66 this is not), a road trip through India could sound more like a nightmare. But in reality, the challenges only add to the experience, making for one of the most fun, fascinating trips you’ll ever...
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Road tripping through India guide

It’s impossible to describe a country as vast as India as just one thing. Its cities sizzle with energy; its countryside has a sleepy, dreamy quality; and everywhere you go, there are swirling colors, stunning architecture, and some of the most hospitable people you’ll ever encounter. Far too many travelers come to India only to tick the Taj Mahal off their bucket lists — that is if they bother traveling here at all. India continues to be underrepresented on people’s lists of dream destinations, and even fewer want to road trip through it. With an infamous traffic scene, frequent language barrier, inconsistent road quality, and not that many predecessors to base your itinerary around (Route 66 this is not), a road trip through India could sound more like a nightmare. But in reality, the challenges only add to the experience, making for one of the most fun, fascinating trips you’ll ever...
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Hurricane Lane set to hit Hawaii

Just as Hawaii is recovering from the dreadful volcanic eruption of Kilauea, a massive hurricane, with winds up to 160 mph, is barreling toward the archipelago. Hurricane Lane was upgraded to a Category 5 storm early this morning by the National Hurricane Center, and official warnings have been issued for Hawaii’s Big Island. A rare and sobering sight tonight in the Central Pacific, as Hurricane #Lane becomes only the 6th recorded Category 5 hurricane in this part of the Pacific, and the nearest to #Hawaii a Cat 5 hurricane has ever been observed. #hiwx pic.twitter.com/d8zLbVKjad — Michael Lowry (@MichaelRLowry) August 22, 2018 A flash flood warning is in place for the entire state of Hawaii from Wednesday to Friday, and the National Weather Service has told citizens to prepare for possible emergency evacuations. “Failure to adequately shelter may result in serious injury or loss of life,â€� they said, adding that heavy...
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Living the Dream in Kakadu: Incredible Things to Do

  Image Source: Vigina Dawson Travellers to Northern Territory, Australia who love nothing more than experiencing some of the wonders of the world will be forgiven for thinking they have landed in heaven once they embark on an adventure in Kakadu National Park. Apart from its vast area covering around 20,000 square kilometres being abundant in a large variety of flora and fauna, Kakadu is home to some really unique holiday accommodation. Moreover, visitors to the largest national park in Australia will be blown away by its sheer natural beauty with opportunities to get close to the natural habitat of a wide range of wildlife. Indeed, animal lovers keen to see some of the incomprehensible variety of species in mammals, reptiles, birds and insects in Kakadu will not be left feeling disappointed.   Of course, bird watchers that come prepared with their best pair of binoculars and other monitoring equipment will...
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How Tech and Data Can Give Your Brand Back its Soul

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Send us a tip on outdoor art for the chance to win a £200 hotel voucher

Whether it’s coloured rocks in the desert or something wacky and metallic on a city street, we’d love to know about an open-air art installation that has amused, awed or inspired you Installations have been called the “fairground rides of art� – experiences that uplift and engage the senses. This summer we’ve noted the arrival of a giant panda with a bunch of camellias in Chongqing, China, and a tower of coloured plexiglas spheres brightening a Chianti vineyard. Now we want to hear about outdoor art installations you’ve enjoyed around the world. Tell us about a sculpture or other open air artwork you’ve been impressed by, including details of its location, plus website and entrance fees, if any. Continue reading...Original link
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10 of the best restaurants near San Francisco's main attractions

When you’ve admired the Golden Gate and done Haight-Ashbury’s hippie shake, skip the tourist trap restaurants and refuel at these local favouritesThe Warming Hut Continue reading...Original link
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What is foil surfing?

For most of us, surfing means catching a wave, standing up, and maybe doing a few turns. It requires a board between five and 11 feet long, as well as often endless waiting for the perfect combination of tide, swell, and wind. Stand-up paddling has made it easier to catch small waves by adding the power of the paddle and the momentum of a big, heavy board to the wave-riding equation. Still, with exceptions like the Eisbach river in Munich, you can only surf on select stretches of coastline that actually have waves. That is until foil surfing came along to turn all that on its head and make “surfingâ€� possible in unexpected places. If you’ve never heard of foil surfing, you’re certainly not alone. Even many surfing aficionados have never heard of this weird twist on the sport, let alone tried it — but it has actually existed for quite...
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Best US Oktoberfest celebrations

Summer might be drawing to a close, but the party’s just getting started. Oktoberfest is everyone’s favorite excuse-to-get-drunk holiday in the fall, and it’s right around the corner. Ideally, you’d be able to make the trip out to Munich for a truly authentic Oktoberfest experience, but for many of you, that’s probably not in the cards. The good news is, you can still tap into your German side here at home, thanks to the many Oktoberfest celebrations happening all across the United States. From California to Oklahoma, these celebrations bring Munich to a city near you. Here are a few of our favorites. 1. San Francisco, California Photo: Oktoberfest by the Bay/Facebook San Francisco’s version of the iconic German festival is Oktoberfest by the Bay. You’ll find authentic German music provided by polka bands playing the glockenspiel and accordion, activities for families, and, of course, beer. The festival lasts three days...
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Why there should be no boundaries for travellers with disability

In London’s Kings Cross station a real-world marketing campaign seems to be resonating strongly with passers-by. A pop-up exhibition titled ‘No Boundaries’, featuring the works of 20 artists living with disabilities – both visible and invisible - was commissioned by National Rail to coincide with the launch of the ‘digital disabled persons railcard’.Related Content: Disability & mobility in travel: a market worth navigating Image: Primary Event: EyeforTravel AmsterdamArticle type: Industry InsightChannels: Social Media and MarketingTags: Marketingdisabilityrailwaytrain traveltechnologiesdatadisabled travellersAirlinesBusiness TravelOriginal link
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High heaven: hiking Italy’s Cottian Alps

A new walking trip in north-west Italy showcases the jagged peaks and wooded gorges of the little-known Valle Maira, as well as warm hospitality and fabulous regional cuisineThe first day of my hiking trip in the Valle Maira in Piedmont, north-west Italy, begins with a hot, lung-bursting, heart-pounding three-hour slog up a steep path. I should have expected as much. The tour operator classes its new circuit in this Alpine wonderland as “Grade 3: Challenging� – and my one-day training hike along the Devon coast hadn’t prepared me. Continue reading...Original link
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Underrated UNESCO heritage sites

You’ve heard of the Vatican, Athens, and Iguazú — heck, you’ve probably been there. These sites draw the big crowds, thanks in part to the UNESCO statuses they gained for their cultural significance, natural beauty, or both. What you may not know is that there are 1,092 UNESCO World Heritage sites across the globe, each chosen for the same reasons. For reasons stemming from difficulty to access to a lack of hype in guidebooks, many of these sites see far thinner crowds than others. If you’re willing to travel a bit deeper, you can check out these eight amazing and underrated UNESCO sites around the world — and have the place nearly to yourself. 1. Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles, Africa Date of Inscription: 1982 Photo: Janos Rautonen/Shutterstock Madagascar gets all the attention for its natural beauty and diverse wildlife — DreamWorks even made a movie about it. But just north sit four...
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The 15 best hostels in Europe

For some, that extra “s� in the word hostel means the difference between a clean, comfortable room and basically reliving their frat house days with people from 14 different countries. Though hostel quality used to run the gamut from “not that bad� to “sleep with a baseball bat,� in recent years, they’ve actually gone quite a bit upscale. A variety of boutique, modern properties have cropped up around the world, and you’d be surprised how cool hostels actually are in 2018. Now, you may choose to stay in a hostel not just for the affordability but also for the amenities, awesome location, and all around good vibes. Our team took a trip across Europe recently and found the 15 coolest hostels on the continent. Photo: Copenhagen Downtown Hostel 1. Copenhagen Downtown Hostel Copenhagen, Denmark When you’re in a city where a sandwich can set you back over $15, saving money on...
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4 Awesomely Adventurous Ways to See Newport, Rhode Island

Kevin, Owner of Island Style ParasailEven more than Providence, Newport is Rhode Island’s most iconic destination. But, that means it’s easy for visitors to fall into the tired trap of walking the same well-worn tourist attractions as everyone else. Break free, dear vagabonds! Here are four far more interesting and adventurous ways to experience Newport, Rhode Island … Adventurous Things to Do in Newport, Rhode Island (RI) #1: Parasailing with Island Style Parasail (Summer season) I’ve long had a fascination with seeing new destinations from the highest vantage point possible. Skyscrapers, helicopter rides, tall bridges — whatever. So, parasailing has always seemed like one of the best ways to experience Newport. It took a little prodding to convince Kelsey to go tandem with me. But, she’s committed to trying one new experience every year that scares her. So — up we went with Island Style Parasail. To our surprise, the company is the only parasailing provider...
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The “leave me alone� sweater is here

If you’ve been looking for the perfect excuse not to interact with people at the airport, or on public transportation, the “leave me alone� sweater could be the best piece of clothing you acquire all year. We can all empathize with Ruth Grace, the inventor of the sweater. Sometimes you just want to be left alone. No pleasantries. No idle, pointless conversation. Just some good old-fashioned you-time with zero interruptions. Well, with the “leave me alone sweater,� you’ll certainly be putting out those hermit vibes in full force. Even if someone did try speaking to you, we’re not sure how they’d do it, or how you’d hear them. Now, thanks to Ruth Grace, you can make your very own “leave me alone� sweater by following her instructions. It’s actually pretty simple. It starts out as a classic sweater dress, but with the easy addition of a zipper, you can transform it...
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Travel quiz: August edition

Aerial of pedestrians at Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo © Sean Pavone / Shutterstock Which bustling capital city was once known as Edo? Find out in our quiz © Sean Pavone / Shutterstock Do you know which country the archipelago of Zanzibar belongs to? Or which US state has orange juice as its official beverage? Test your knowledge of travel trivia with the August edition of our monthly travel quiz, based around stories featuring in this month’s Lonely Planet magazine. Can you score 100%? TAKE THE QUIZ Desperate for more travel trivia? Have a go at last month’s quiz. Find quizzes just like this, plus plenty of travel inspiration and planning tips in Lonely Planet's UK magazine.Original link
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Hyatt and Wyndham share views on recent industry consolidation

It wasn’t the only tech-eat-tech online travel company deal in August and it probably won’t be the last in 2018.Related Content: US airline consolidation: what happens next?Image: Primary Event: EyeforTravel North America 2018Article type: Industry InsightChannels: Distribution StrategiesTags: consolidationHotelsRevenuetechTechnologyMobileBlockchaindistributionInnovationOriginal link
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Sainte-Maxime: Saint-Tropez’s low-key little sister

Bypassed by superyachts and ignored by paparazzi, the little town of Sainte-Maxime across the bay offers a classy French Riviera break without the glitz and high pricesThere are more bakers and butchers than nightclubs and nail bars in Sainte-Maxime, just north of Saint-Tropez in Provence’s Var département. And colourful fishing boats land the day’s catch right on the harbour. Continue reading...Original link
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Wild sea kayaking adventure in Sweden

On the third leg of his Scandi trip, Kevin Rushby and son kayak the fjords of a huge archipelago, camp on magical islands – and meet not a single other person• Scandi tour: part 2, part 1We round the headland and see the island for the first time: a distant ridge of bare granite with a lighthouse on one end. At the same time we hit the swell and the wind sizzles spray off the wave tops, whipping it into our faces as we drive the kayaks forward. For a moment I wonder if this island might be a little far out for us, too far from the safe inner channels that we have been following for two days now.Back at our starting point in a kayaking centre on the island of Tjörn, the owner, Patrik, had been very clear about our options, pointing out various camping spots on the 8,000...
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