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Daily deal: Timeless grandeur in San Jose

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A one-night weekday ($150) or weekend ($105) stay in a hotel that has seen such celebrated legends as Judy Garland, Clarke Cable and President Roosevelt pass through its doors.
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Abu Dhabi: The city of superlatives

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The UAE capital has an indulgent, contemporary side that is anything but subtle.
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America's most scenic roads

From California to Virginia, hit the road and enjoy scenic views across the country.


15 reasons to love Copenhagen

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Surprising, artistic, experimental and cosmopolitan, the Danish capital overflows with cafés, culture and history.
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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: In flight

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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Worldwide Weird

Strange encounters of the zoological kind

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Travellers looking for a less than ordinary animal experience can cosy up to a cheetah, watch a white tiger dive for fresh meat and meet the baby of a donkey and zebra.
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An Irish town ruled by a goat

Discover the origins of this bizarre tradition


A land of vertigo-inducing views

See where modern Vikings play


The road transforming the Amazon

A rugged route is changing the region


Stockholm’s stunning rooftop tour

See the city from 43m in the air


Our favourite images of the week

Stunning photos from this past week


Destinations

Taiwan’s dizzying marble gorge

A quest to reach Sun Moon Lake


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