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24 things you should do when visiting Hong Kong

Though it's technically part of China, Hong Kong has its own culture and personality. The cosmopolitan city is spread out over several small islands, many of which are very densely populated and full of incredible attractions, restaurants, and shops.<p>We asked locals to send us their suggestions for …

Hong Kong

Haunting Haikyo: 7 Abandoned Wonders of Modern Japan

Haikyo is the Japanese term for ‘ruins’ and intimates infiltration and exploration of the country’s abandoned places, of which there are many. The …

A Rare Look at An Abandoned SF Shipyard

A Rare Look at An Abandoned SF Shipyard — The Bold Italic — San Francisco<p>The Hunters Point Naval Shipyard is the largest piece of unused land in San …

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21 of the world's eeriest ghost towns

Don't look down: 28 of the world's most vertigo-inducing attractions

Battle of Arnhem: dropping in on a bridge too far

From 6,000ft up, the landscape of the south-east Netherlands sways below my feet, intermittently visible through cloud – flat, geometric fields, neat patches of woodland, clusters of villages and the glint of rivers. The rivers were the key.<p>Seventy years ago Field Marshal Montgomery surveyed a …

25 Gorgeous American Lighthouses

8 Oysters You Should Be Eating This Summer

“A dozen oysters are like refreshing, elegant little jewels on a hot July day,” says April Bloomfield, the famed chef and proud ignorer of the rule …

Where to Find New York's Best Cheesecake

If you dig back far enough in culinary history, you could say the Greeks invented cheesecake. Historian Thucydides recounts how 2,400 years ago he and his pals were in the habit of kneading honey into fresh feta and baking it over hot coals in an outdoor brazier. Vegetarian BBQ! Three hundred years …

21 Hidden Bars In New York City

These days, a new breed of speakeasy has cropped up around the city, featuring old-timey touches like hidden entrances, tin ceilings, and cocktails made with classic ingredients.<p>Here are some of New York's best speakeasies, from 67 Orange Street in Harlem to the new Featherweight in Bushwick.<p><i>Did we</i> …

West Village

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A guide to the eateries of Greece

Where to eat and drink in Greece? Perhaps the question should be: ‘Where not?’ Greeks live to eat and drink – they dream about it and talk about it at all times of the day. Wherever you go in Greece you might not find accurate clocks, punctual flights or a good cup of tea, but by Zeus you’ll find …

Europe

A desert full of mysteries: the Nazca Lines and beyond

The giant animal figures and hundreds of razor-straight lines etched into the sun-baked Pampa Colorada plain near the Peruvian desert town of Nazca constitute one of humankind’s enduring mysteries. Who created them? For what purpose? It's the stuff of endless fascination. But the Nazca area has …

Archaeology

Awesome Flea Markets Across the Globe

Do you check out flea markets when you travel or do you travel <i>for</i> flea markets? If you fall into either category, AFAR has a list of 17 awesome flea …

Flea Markets

Top 10 street markets and stalls in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is famous for its malls and shopping, but you might have more fun, get a feel for the place and perhaps grab a bargain at its quirky market stalls<p>Found treasures at Upper Lascar Row<p>Tourists flock to the street market around Upper Lascar Row – more commonly known as Cat Street – for …

America's best craft breweries

It wasn't long ago when the American beer market was dominated by a handful of acrid, factory-produced brews that bore only a passing resemblance to what those in other climes called 'beer'. Thankfully, those days of choking down foul-tasting swill are long gone, with an explosion of microbreweries …

Seattle

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10 of the greatest British rail journeys

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Titanic hotel to open at White Star Line's former HQ

The unused historic building, built in 1896 on Liverpool’s James Street, will be reopened later this year as ‘30 James Street – Home of Titanic’ following a £7m renovation project.<p>The 65-room hotel will house 310 guests across 11 floors including a spa area, with each room featuring a reference to …

Secret Paris: lesser-known attractions, bars and restaurants

These recommendations, and hundreds more, can be found in the <b>free Telegraph Travel Guides app</b>. The app features expert guides to destinations including Paris, Rome, New York and Amsterdam, with Edinburgh, Barcelona and Venice among those to be added in the coming weeks.<p><b>See and do</b><p><b>Eglise</b> …

The Tragic State Of Mt Moriah Cemetery Philadelphia~

<b>Civil War Graves ~</b> <b>For several years the cemetery has suffered from neglect and the ownership and management responsibilities of the cemetery have been in a state of confusion. Having no known owner, the cemetery may be in a unique legal situation in the United States.</b><p>Several volunteer cleanup days have been organized by a private group, Friends of Mt. Moriah Cemetery, and progress has been made to returning the cemetery to normal condition, but, as of January 2013, the legal situation is …

Decay Down Under: 7 Abandoned Wonders of Australia

Whether covered in colorful graffiti or slowly disappearing under a profusion of moss and vines, Australia’s most intriguing abandoned places share …

The deep rooted history of Chicago’s deep-dish pizza

Starting with an ancient culinary tradition carried overseas by Neapolitan immigrants, pizza has evolved into a Windy City icon.<p>Pizza in the United States is deeply embedded into the nation’s culinary consciousness, from thin crust in New York to wood fired in San Francisco.<p>But Chicago’s version …

Italian Food

The 10 best First World War battlefield tours

On November 11 1918, the First World War came to an end with a ceasefire coming into effect at 11am. Earlier that morning, an armistice with Germany had been signed in a railroad carriage at Compiègne, with the conflict having lasted for four years, three months and 14 days. By the time the …

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