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New York’s floating freight line

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The second section of the High Line, New York City’s celebrated garden-in-the-sky, opened earlier this week, 30ft above the city’s streets.
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Openings: New York, New Delhi and Dubai

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A bi-weekly round-up of new hotels and hideaways, treks and tours.
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Daily deal: Verdant gardens steeped in lowcountry history

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Get in touch with the Colonial past as you explore the lush scenic grounds of Charleston’s Middleton Place. Two can get away for $398 for two weekday nights.
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Peddling in the old kingdom of bicycles

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How to explore Beijing like the locals do, on two wheels.
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The best secret islands on Earth

For white-sand beaches, salty breezes, freshly caught seafood, and no crowds, head to one of the world’s best secret islands.


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Drawing on experience: Delhi

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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