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Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville are taking their football-themed hotels and cafes to Asia

Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have teamed up with a Singaporean billionaire to open football-themed cafes and hotels in Asia, a spokesperson for the tycoon said on Wednesday. The two sportsmen and Peter Lim, owner of Spain's Valen

Daily Mail, 23 min. ago

Dubai is revealed as the world’s best shoreline with BLACKPOOL rated a close second

Blackpool boasts seven miles of golden sands and a theme park on the doorstep - and now a new study has praised it for having the second best shoreline in the world. It was pipped to the top spot by Dubai, while the Gulf of Mexico sailed in at third plac

Daily Mail, 23 min. ago

Tate Modern, Cardiff Bay and the stately home featured in Victoria are among TripAdvisor’s most popular UK...

A picturesque bay, a stately home featured in ITV drama Victoria and a hiking trail are among some of the most popular attractions in the UK, according to TripAdvisor. The number one destination trending this autumn is Compton Acres, an ornamental garden

Daily Mail, 23 min. ago

'It snows in Afghanistan and the English DON'T have bad teeth': Citizens across the world dispel...

It's an old adage but a true one - the best way to glean what a place is really like is to ask the people who live there.  Citizens of various countries around the world have taken to answer forum Quora to share - in their own opinions - the one thing fo

Daily Mail, today, 14:15

Premier Inn is voted the best UK hotel chain and a brand owned by one of Britain's richest men is ranked...

A hotel chain that's owned by one of the richest men in the UK has been voted the worst in the country in a new consumer survey. Britannia, which has properties across the country, scored the lowest against 24 competitors. However, for the second year ru

Daily Mail, today, 14:15

Into the white: Dreamy footage reveals haunting beauty of the Arctic during artists' expedition

A hauntingly beautiful new video has revealed a new side to the Arctic, as part of a series of artworks that are hoping to bring fresh attention to the icy polar region. Tim Kellner is a young filmmaker from Buffalo, New York, and was one of a team of sc

Daily Mail, today, 14:15

Passenger plane 'BOUNCED twice' during a hard landing that left debris scattered on the runway and forced...

Lisbon Airport was forced to close for several hours after a passenger plane made a hard landing that 'crushed' its landing gear and left debris scattered across the runway. The incident, on October 22, reportedly saw the TAP operated aircraft bouncing t

Daily Mail, today, 14:15

Now THAT'S a hidden treasure! Rare hand-painted world maps from the 17th century are discovered in a garage...

A set of rare maps dating back to the 17th century has sold at auction for $24,000 (£19,820) in the US. They are believed to be a version created by Italian Jesuit priest, Matteo Ricci, whose original map had previously sold at auction for $1,000,000 (£8

Daily Mail, today, 14:15

Qantas pilots angry about strict new dress code that BANS handlebar moustaches and chewing gum

Qantas has banned pilots from sporting 'long moustaches' under strict new uniform standards introduced by the Australian airline. Backpacks, chewing gum and drinking alcohol while in uniform are not permitted and pilots are required to wear their jackets

Daily Mail, today, 14:15
Eroded canyons, red sunsets and enormous dunes: Discover the magic of Namibia

Eroded canyons, red sunsets and enormous dunes: Discover the magic of Namibia

As one of the world's least densely populated countries, the landscapes is typified by expansive dunes and long, dry riverbeds.  While vast in size, the country packs many highlights for visitors both on and off the beaten track.  Whether you want an exp

Daily Express, today, 12:14
From car factory to literati: Turin’s Corraini Lingotto bookshop

From car factory to literati: Turin’s Corraini Lingotto bookshop

Imagine a huge car factory whose design followed the production process that went up through the building: raw materials going in at the ground floor; on the first floor, the assembly line; and on the roof a 2.5km track for testing newly built vehicles.

Guardian, today, 12:05

From memory loss to temperatures below -50°C: Award-winning documentary maker reveals what it's REALLY like...

Imagine being in a place so cold that any exposed skin freezes and blisters in the time it takes to walk between two buildings; a place where, with temperatures already at -55°C, the 62mph winds make the elements even more brutal. Most people will never

Daily Mail, today, 08:26

Is this the most beautiful drive in Europe? Stunning photos of Alpine route snaking through Austria's...

Driving from A to B on this road would never be a monotonous affair.  The Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria is possibly the most attractive road in Europe, running across the mountains from Bruck in the state of Salzburg to Heiligenblut in Carint

Daily Mail, today, 08:26

Balmy Britain in Autumnal bloom: Temperatures hit 16C ahead of next week's big chill as forecasters predict...

The beautiful colours of autumn provided a glorious backdrop in Britain today as the mild temperatures continue. The mercury hit 16C in Devon today, but that followed autumn’s coldest night so far as the Highlands fell to -5C. And we’re on course to see

Daily Mail, today, 08:26

Britain's National Poo Museum featuring dried lion, cow and pigeon faeces is set to go on a UK tour

Faeces from a variety of species could well be coming to a place near you. Britain's National Poo Museum, normally based on the Isle of Wight, is going on tour and is looking for venues to host its displays. The unusual exhibition opened in March this ye

Daily Mail, yesterday, 18:43

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