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The Ultimate Honeymoon Destinations

For most people it's the most significant holiday of their life, a much-needed chance to relax and unwind after the stress of a wedding - but deciding on a honeymoon destination can be a challenging business. A quick Google search throws up the usual recommendations - the Maldives, the Seychelles, …

Ho Chi Minh City in three days: holiday itinerary

Discover fascinating history, fantastic food, cutting-edge art galleries and a year-round party scene in one of Asia’s most exciting cities … once you’ve mastered the art of dodging the motorbikes, that is • And here’s where to stay: top 10 hotels in Ho Chi Minh City • Share your Ho Chi Minh …

Tomorrow Daily 045: Apple's spaceship campus progresses, Amazon revives 'The Tick,' and more

On today's show, we take a look at Apple's newest campus during the early stages of construction (it's huge and looks really cool), watch a tiny robot run on two legs, and happily freak out about Amazon bringing "The Tick" back, even if it's only for one pilot episode.<p>What a weekend! Not only did …

Li-Fi: Access the Internet Through LED Bulbs

Sir Alexander Graham Bell may be better known as the guy who invented the first ‘practical’ telephone, but the Scottish scientist laid claim to an arsenal of additional innovations.<p>Among these were the photophone, a wireless telephone of sorts that enabled sounds (including speech) to be …

A Perfect Family Trip to Europe

This year has been full of epic journeys for our family since we moved from Arkansas to Scotland, but perhaps none so epic as the three weeks we spent this summer with our cousins. My brother and his wife hoarded their precious vacation days so they could cobble together three weeks away. Naturally …

Reinvented Riga: a traveller’s guide to Latvia’s capital city

With over two decades of freedom (and a renewed status as Latvia’s capital) under its belt, Rīga is reclaiming its rightful title as the cosmopolitan cornerstone of the Baltic.<p>Sitting at the crossroads of the great empires that wrote the pages of Europe’s elaborate history, Rīga was – for centuries …

Easy riding: exploring the USA by motorcycle

Maybe the best decision I’ve ever made in my life was to go along with a bunch of friends on a two-week, 3000-mile motorcycle trip from Portland, Oregon, to Knoxville, Tennessee, on tiny vintage bikes and shoestring budgets. We took the smallest roads through the smallest towns, camping most of the …

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The Week in Review: Big Names Say Farewell

A comedic force and a movie star were among those we lost this week.For almost four decades, Robin Williams challenged his audiences and brought them …

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10 of the best vegetarian restaurants in France: readers' tips

It's not all meat and creamy sauces. Readers share their favourite restaurants for delicious veggie meals in France<p><b>• To add a tip for next week and be in with a chance of winning a £200</b> <b>Hotels.com</b> <b>voucher, go to</b> <b>GuardianWitness</b><p>WINNING TIP: Loving Hut, Menton, Côte d'Azur<p>This was an unexpected find, …

Readers’ travel tips: Cool budget hotels in Scandinavia

Do you have the lowdown on stylish but affordable accommodation in pricy Norway, Sweden or Denmark? Share your tip for a lovely Scandinavian hotel and you could win a £200 hotel voucher<p>Buzzing and lively or peaceful and away from it all: tell us about your favourite affordable but covetable hotel …

Top 10 budget restaurants, bars and cafes in Glasgow

Refuelling will be important at the Commonwealth Games and not just for the athletes. Updating his 2010 budget eats guide to Glasgow, Tony Naylor chooses 10 places where you can eat well for under £10<p>Riverhill Coffee Bar<p>Almost slap bang by Central Station, Riverhill is a tiny, independent coffee …

10 best craft beer pubs in Glasgow

Preparing for the Commonwealth Games in the only way he knows how, Tony Naylor went in search of the host city’s best craft beer bars<p>Read more: Glasgow's top 10 budget eats<p>Blackfriars Bar & Kitchen<p>All bare floorboards and pine furniture, its fixtures a little worn and peeling, a signed picture of …

Norway's stunning landscapes in summer – in pictures

From sheer-sided fjords and rugged mountains offering world-class hiking to wooden fishing villages, Norway is famous for its dramatic landscapes – and in summer the sun never really sets<p>• Read more in tomorrow's Guardian Travel Scandinavian special

Copenhagen city guide: a day in Vesterbro

The once-seedy Copenhagen neighbourhood gives a flavour of the capital that locals enjoy, with designer shops and cafes, plus restaurants and night spots of the revamped Meatpacking District<p>The allure of Vesterbro, the district that spreads west from Copenhagen's central sation, is in the contrast …

Bergen and the Frozen effect

Bergen, on Norway’s west coast, is ideal for a family weekend of swimming, climbing, hiking – and exploring the landscape that inspired the makers of Disney's Frozen<p>Imagine a glorious May evening, around 6.30pm. You’ve arrived in a pretty coastal town, dumped your bags in a picturesque rooftop …

Stockholm's top 10 good value restaurants

Dining out in Stockholm can be ludicrously pricey, but these stylish restaurants offer a more affordable taste of the city's fine cuisine<p>Gro<p>Just over a year ago, chefs and former colleagues Henrik Norén and Magnus Villnow realised their dream of opening a small restaurant serving simple, honest, …

Cool Scandinavian hotels: readers’ tips

Scandinavian style doesn't come cheap but not all of these cool hotels, in Denmark, Sweden and Norway will break the bank • To add a tip for next week and be in with a chance of winning a £200 Hotels.com voucher, go to GuardianWitness<p>Winning tip: The Thief, Oslo<p>The Thief is a stylish new luxury …

Forget Museums: Explore Europe's Adventurous Side

Explore Europe's Wild North<p>Yes, Northern Europe has more museums, cuisine, and historic city centers than you can cram into one trip. But here's a good reason to go rural: It also offers some of the world's best adventure. Read more.<p>Go Out of Bounds in Finland<p>Woodsy, hilly, and peppered with lakes, …

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Insider’s Guide to Sweden’s West Coast

A favorite of the late Ingrid Bergman, the <b>Bohuslän coast</b> feels a bit like a secret French Riviera. What the high-latitude region lacks in American tourists it makes up for with plentiful seafood and bright seasonal sunshine.<p>Here’s the lowdown on visiting this Swedish wonderland.<p><b>> When to Go:</b><p>If …

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The Daily Routines Of 26 Of History’s Most Creative Minds

10 p.m. to 7 a.m.: Sleep. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Be a genius.<p>Even Beethoven and Balzac had just 24 hours in a day. How did history’s most prolific minds schedule their greatness? Based on research from Mason Currey’s <i>Daily Rituals: How Artists Work</i> (which we covered previously here), a new interactive …

Apple introduces MFi specs for Lightning cable headphones, support arriving in future iOS update

We’ve learned Apple has quietly introduced a new specification for manufacturers in its Made-For-iPhone/iPad/iPod (MFi) program that allows them to create headphones that connect to iOS devices using a Lightning connector instead of the usual 3.5mm headphone jack. Apple has not flipped the switch …

How tech's new wave turned UK on to winning ways

London's tech economy is booming as apps and games made there entertain the world – and experts predict the first global trillion-dollar company will rise in the UK, most likely in big data. What is the secret to this rapid success?<p>• 10 things we learned in London Technology Week<p>Near the tree …

How to go completely paperless with iOS

Advertisement<p>14 Comments<p>There are some obvious first steps one can take to cut down on the amount of paper used on a day-to-day basis if you’re an …

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