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Five deep dark places for stargazing this summer

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Get out of the city and visit one of the world’s Dark Sky Reserves, where a total lack of light pollution ensures a spectacular nightly show.
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Living In

Living in... cities of the future

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Showcasing the cutting edge of urban planning, these five metropolises may help determine the way we will live, now and in decades beyond.
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North America by cable and bridge

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Created by soldiers who needed to move quickly through the Dolomites, the sport of via ferrata provides access to gorgeous, isolated routes without the risk of unprotected climbing.
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Business Trip

Business trip: Toronto

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No longer a quiet Canadian town, this emerging capital of commerce is now a sparkling, bustling metropolis of 2.8 million people that feels more like Dubai or Shanghai.
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Canada’s summer adventure hotspot

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Not just for goggle-eyed powder nuts, Whistler transforms each June into the country’s coolest outdoor activity playground.
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Worldwide Weird

Toronto’s shoe museum has sole

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From Queen Victoria’s dancing slippers to socks made from human hair, the Bata Shoe Museum displays a well-heeled history through some of the world’s most fascinating footwear.
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