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Amelia Hungerford falls for New York with its extraordinary cocktail bars and the bright lights of Broadway, sharing a stay at two very different hotels.   Central Park is dusted in the beginning of a snowfall as we arrive at one of New York’s most creative cocktail

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Exploring the world on horseback offers a novel perspective for travellers looking for authentic experiences and extraordinary landscapes. If you prefer the saddle to the tour bus, these Globe Trotting rides will have you champing at the bit as equine enthusiasts Kate Pilcher and Marnie

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Just like the waterways they ply, river cruise lines are forever evolving, bringing travellers more itineraries, ships and special programs with every year. We look ahead to 2018 and 2019 and share seven cruising updates we're excited for from the Danube to the Mekong.   1. The

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Nobu hotel open its first ryokan-branded luxury hotel in Malibu, offering a slice of Japan within easy reach of LA, writes Natasha Dragun. A 50-kilometre drive west of Los Angeles, the city of Malibu is dripping with celebrity homes overlooking palm-studded beaches. It’s quintessential California. But the

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Learning to master turns and slides on roads of ice and snow at speed is ideal training for perilous real-world driving conditions. Dan Avila goes ice driving in the Porsche 911 Carrera in Canada to do just that. It is minus-25 degrees Celsius a few hours’

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First-class travel is more appealing than ever as airlines strive to outdo one another with personalised service, superior comfort and fine dining, both in flight and on the ground. Kate Powell shares the most exceptional features of the 6 best first class cabin experiences.   1. EMIRATES

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As the popularity of gin continues to grow, establishments from San Francisco to Wellington are cropping up to cater for connoisseurs, writes Kate Powell. The Distillery, London Home to two bars – The Restroom and Gintonica – this building is a four-floor mecca dedicated to gin on Portobello

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What unites the Arlberg, Salzburg and Graz? A fascinating cultural history, spectacular natural beauty and culinary specialties both refined and rustic. Take a journey across Austria with these destination highlights. Venturing from the Arlberg mountain range east to Graz is like passing through the history of

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