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WATCH: Paris in 3 Minutes, deft blend of hyperlapse and real-time

Many hyperlapse videos focus on landmarks and touristy stuff, but Maxime Gaudet's Paris in 3 Minutes blends day-to-day real-time footage with …

Find Your Roots in Ireland

When my mother and I visited Ireland, we hoped to connect with a glorious past. We discovered something almost as valuable.

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Let us stay … country churches offer overnight stays for £60pp a night

The Churches Conservation Trust is developing a scheme offering B&B accommodation in historic churches and has plans to expand its ‘congregation’ of properties if it proves popular with guests (or worshippers, if you prefer)<p>Though many of us may have dozed off in them, church pews have not earned …

Travel

10 Best Scenic Views on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

<b>The Wild Atlantic Way scenic drive of Ireland will take a while. You will find that you end up pulling your car over every chance you get to take in</b> …

Ireland

10 Gaelic Loanwords to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

It’s said that everyone gets to be a bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. In that case, it’s only fair that everyone has a few words of Irish Gaelic …

A foodie's weekend in Paris

Paris is foodie heaven, a showcase <i>par excellence</i> of French cuisine. But it's not all about dining in Michelin-starred haute cuisine temples and edgy bistros with rising chefs at the helm. Gourmet Paris is as much about gorging on goods at open-air food markets, crunchy fresh baguettes from the …

7 Underrated Cities in Italy You Have to Visit on Study Abroad

<b>A guide to some of Italy's beautiful hidden gems</b><p>By Nina Truong, Emory University.<p>When someone says "Italy", you immediately think of major cities like, Rome, Florence, Venice, and Milan. However, Italy has a lot more than these four major cities. Each city in Italy has very distinct architecture …