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Italy's top 10 adrenaline rushes

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Italy is more than Roman ruins and Renaissance art—adrenaline junkies can get their fix biking in the Alps, hiking in the Dolomites, climbing in Sicily or running rapids in Calabria.
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Cycling DC

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The city's excellent Metro system has helped keep locals on two feet as opposed to two wheels, but bike lanes are cropping up beyond the city's centre.
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Lonely Planet's top five spots to pop corks in France

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There are dozens of wine- and spirits-producing regions throughout France. Some of the most-celebrated areas are the top choice of both natives and visitors alike.
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Lonely Planet's top five ways to capitalise your time in DC

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One version of DC is marble, monuments and museums in the shadow of the Capitol dome. The other is great restaurants, shopping and more culture than a city this size deserves.
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The art of Washington

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Politics is full of history, drama and theatrics, but the nation's capital also offers these and more in its theatres, museums and galleries.
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Travelling to Thailand after the protests

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Foreign governments have eased travel restrictions, the airlines are increasing short-haul routes and the tourism industry is working hard to lure back visitors with promotions.
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