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38 Pictures of Sam Heughan That Will Steam Up Your Computer Screen

If you watch <b>Outlander</b>, then you have seen plenty of shots of red-hot star Sam Heughan on the small screen. While he has certainly succeeded in making our hearts flutter as Jamie in Outlander, there is much more to Sam than the 18th century kilt he dons on the show. We've rounded up the hottest …

17 Stylish DIYs That Will Help You Finally Feel Organized

Not an overstatement.<p>If you're struggling with storage space, organization, or just <i>need</i> a way to stop losing your keys once and for all, salvation is near. These DIY decor hacks will make your life so much easier, you'll wonder how you lived without them for so long. They're cheap, easy, and will …

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A death-defying ride along Scotland’s Cuillin Range

Danny Macaskill takes on Scotland’s Cuillin Range – with a twist. He tackles the 13km-long range on two wheels.<p>Don’t look down.<p>These were probably the words running through extreme cyclist Danny Macaskill’s head when he biked the Isle of Skye’s notorious Cuillin Range. The above video – streamed …

What should I absolutely not do when visiting your country?

Local etiquette trips up even the savviest travellers – so Quora respondents weighed in with some of the worst mistakes to make abroad.<p>Common sense goes a long way when it comes to learning a country’s proper etiquette. But even the savviest, most observant travellers can make the occasional …

Oxford, behind the lens

An Oxford photographer captures the vantage points and historical snippets that many visitors may not spot at first glance.

Pay what you want at a Paris hotel

Running until 10 August, a new initiative allows guests to stay the night, and decide afterwards how much they feel their stay was worth.<p>France ranks as the world’s most popular tourist destination, with around 33 million visitors coming to Paris annually. As such, demand for hotels – and prices – …

Living in: The world’s most visited cities

What is it like to live in a place known for its sights… and crowds? Residents of 2014’s most visited cities spill how they find solitude – and why they love living there anyway.<p>The same attractions that prompt people to love visiting a city – top-ranked restaurants, vibrant nightlife, diverse …

Rome, behind the lens

After four years living in the Eternal City, a writer and photographer learns to capture the views that visitors rarely see.

London’s weekly beer pilgrimage

Known in the 19th Century as London’s Larder, the riverside neighbourhood of Bermondsey has recently developed a new claim to fame: its mile of top-notch, artisanal microbreweries.<p>In hindsight, Jack Hobday wishes he had made just one decision differently. Along with lifelong friend Paul Anspach, in …

@samheughan: Another day at the office :p

richardcfarmitage:

<i>AK: “You are like the next big heartthrob because, outside of being a really good looking guy, you are also this character; he’s taking beatings for women, he is like everybody’s favourite prototypical man. Talk to me about this new heartthrob status - it’s got to be a lot of fun for you.”</i><p><i>SH: ”He’s a fantastic character to play - I did spend the first few months just getting beaten up all the time; [Jamie’s] constantly getting punished; it’s a pretty physical role. Yeah, he’s a fantastic</i> …