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Dezeen’s top 10 restaurant interiors of 2019

Dezeen's top 10 restaurant interiors of 2019

Bridget Cogley has picked the top restaurants around the world for our next review of 2019 – including Snøhetta’s underwater eatery in Norway, a Kyoto chocolate bar and an all-pink pizza spot in London. Under by Snøhetta, Båly, Norway This underwater restaurant on the southern tip of Norway by Snøhetta ...

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Sargazo algae attacks Mexico’s pristine beaches

Sargazo algae attacks Mexico's pristine beaches

A seaweed invasion is threatening Mexico’s pristine beaches and coral reefs.  And tourism is taking a hit, as inhabitants and authorities look for innovative solutions to fight the ubiquitous algae. Beaches around the world are being choked by a proliferation of macro-algae called sargazo. The overgrown seaweed has formed a ...

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The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2020

The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2020

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Best Honeymoon Destinations in 2020

Best Honeymoon Destinations in 2020

The annual rankings of the Best Honeymoon Destinations in 2020 are announced by the U.S. News World Report. The new rankings highlight the Best Honeymoon Destinations, as well as region- and budget-specific honeymoon lists. The rankings are including the Best Honeymoon Destinations in the U.S., the Best Honeymoon Destinations in Europe, the Best ...

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The Caribbean Island That’ll Soon Be On Your Vacation List

Boston Globe travel writer Christopher Muther joined Boston Public Radio Friday to talk about Bequia, a Caribbean island newly on his radar. “Bequia is part of St. Vincent and the Grenadines,” Muther said. “There’s 32 islands, nine of them are inhabited and Bequia is the second largest of those islands.” ...

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A Caribbean Cruise for Efficiently Adventurous Travelers

WHEN I TOLD my husband, James, that I wanted to take a Caribbean cruise for Christmas, he looked at me like I’d suggested we name our firstborn child Pineapple. Taking a cruise, he worried, was akin to being trapped in a sterile megaresort. “Couldn’t we just go to St. Barts ...

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