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Whale watching on Ireland’s newest coastal route

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Ireland’s southwest coast is one of the easiest places on Earth to see whales, porpoises and dolphins in the wild – and no one knows it yet.
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Rome’s unwritten epicurean rules

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The Italians seem to have life all figured out: eat, sleep, drink, do it again. But each time of day is reserved for a specific activity – and each has a specific purpose.
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Guinness’s new Irish rivals

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Since Arthur Guinness first started brewing stout in the late 18th Century, very few other breweries have successfully produced the beer in its ancestral home – until now.
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In Russia, contemporary art explodes from Soviet shackles

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The former Soviet Union saw self-expression as a threat. But in today’s Russia, a modern art scene is emerging from underground – at the government’s invitation.
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Fictional Footsteps

Following in the Bard’s footsteps – literally

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Discover the 146-mile route that Shakespeare took to travel to the London playhouses – and experience the same scenery that may have inspired Macbeth, Richard II and King Lear.
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Where presidents, Proust and Pompadour slept

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After a seven-year closure, the 18th-century chateau where royal mistress Madame de Pompadour once lived has reopened to the public.


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