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The Futurist: A hotel carved in rock

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Taking a page from the fabled city of Petra, an architectural firm designed an eco resort built into the sandstone cliffs of Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert.
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Eat your way around the world in Beirut

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The Lebanese city’s food and drink scene is going global, with returning expats bringing new tastes and flavours, and high-profile foreign restaurateurs opening exciting new outlets.
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Utility covers around the world

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From Washington DC to Tel Aviv, there is industrial beauty and history embedded in some of the city’s most overlooked features.


The Holy Land of beer

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Inspired by Europe and the United States, Israel and the Palestinian territories have become a hub for boutique microbreweries and gastropubs.
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Hip Haifa, Israel’s third city

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This sun-splashed metropolis is one of the most picturesque cities in the Middle East, free of ethnic tensions and far removed from too-cool Tel Aviv and religious Jerusalem.
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A holy city made of ice

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Even though freezing temperatures do not usually reach Jerusalem, the city is hosting its first International Ice Festival through 30 April.
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