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Why new Lily James film will make you Giddy for Guernsey

The Daily Mail's Jenny Coad says the new film starring Lily James will entice you to the charming island. She visited Guernsey and discovered that even on a steely day it was anything but gloomy.

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Discovering the delights of camping in the Ardeche in southern France

Les Ranchisses is in southern France in the heart of a national park. The Daily Mail's Vince Graff and his thrill-seeking family visited the campsite and enjoyed sampling the local cuisine.

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Travel Guide 500 Secrets reveals the best New York City has to offer

The 500 Hidden Secrets of New York offers a variety of tips for navigating the city. It has also revealed the best coffee, wine bars, steakhouses, and hipster hotspots, among others.

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Study ranks French as the 'world's best nationality'

It is top of the Henley & Partners – Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index, which ranks nationalities based on economic strength, human development, peace and stability.

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Female passenger tells of trying to rescue woman sucked out of Southwest plane

Hollie Mackey was seated in an aisle seat of the row where Jennifer Riordan was sucked out of a Southwest plane on Tuesday.

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Greyhound bus bound for New York City accidentally drives 114 miles in wrong direction

Passengers aboard a Greyhound bus bound for New York City from Cleveland were left fuming Thursday after mechanical problems and a surprise detour kept the bus in Ohio.

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Is this Copenhagen aquatics centre the world’s most bizarre public swimming pool?

There are few public swimming pools that can match the new Waterfront Culture Center in Copenhagen for wackiness. It features huge brick pyramid structures.

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Hello, world! Baby gorilla is born at Chessington World of Adventures

Western lowland gorilla Shanga, who’s part of a troop at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, gave birth yesterday morning. Her baby is yet to be named.

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20% of British airline pilots are ‘clinically burnt out’

Researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology and the British Airline Pilots' Association found that pilots are experiencing high levels of exhaustion and disengagement from work.

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Luxury Swiss lodge Hotel des Horlogers has a ski slope on roof

Guests at the Hotel des Horlogers in the Swiss village of Le Brassus will be able to descend on their skis down a gently sloping path that runs down the roofs of each of its five storeys.


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