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Results found for: October 2014

31 Oct 2014
Sydney Festival is getting ready for summer
Sydney is gearing up for its annual summer event which has taken place every January since 1977, and 2015’s offering is set to be...
30 Oct 2014
A vacation for wizards and muggles to enjoy
Unless you have had a Memory Charm placed upon you, chances are that you will know all about the magical world of JK Rowling’s Ha...
The Sistine Chapel gets a makeover
The Sistine Chapel has been a focal part of the Vatican for over 500 years, and is the building in which popes are elected, but the tim...
The One World Trade Center Observatory to open next year
People planning a trip to New York City next year can add visiting the observation deck at the top of One World Trade Center to their a...
29 Oct 2014
National dishes around the world
For many people, when heading to a new destination, one of the most exciting things can be experiencing the country’s national di...
27 Oct 2014
Welsh town gets novel tour guides
Tourists heading to the Welsh town of Llandudno may find themselves down the rabbit hole if they use a novel new tourist app.To celebra...
21 Oct 2014
Bangkok to build tallest skyscraper in Southeast Asia
Thailand's capital, Bangkok, will soon be home to the tallest skyscraper in Southeast Asia thanks to new plans to develop a 125-sto...
17 Oct 2014
 British Airways introduces a musical menu
Airplane food has, perhaps unfairly, not had the best reputation for being the most delicious of meals to consume, but that could all c...
16 Oct 2014
Some of the greatest cemeteries to visit around the world
Cemeteries may not seem like the first place you would think of visiting when going on holiday to another country, but there really are...
6 Oct 2014
Concert pianist master, Lang Lang, to return to the Royal Albert Hall
Following last year’s sell-out performances, Chinese superstar Lang Lang is returning to London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall,...