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Author Archives: Sarah Barrell

City life: Montreal

Canada

City life: Montreal

Although geriatric by North American standards, Leonard Cohen’s home city is driven by a youthful, creative spirit that’s coming to the fore as Montreal kicks off its 375th anniversary celebrations

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Bed down in a Banksy hotel

Travel Talk

Bed down in a Banksy hotel

In a collaboration between artists Sami Musa, Dominique Petrin and Banksy, the latest art hotel to debut isn’t in Milan or New York — but Bethlehem

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Mexico: Pancho power

Mexico

Mexico: Pancho power

It’s hard not to fall for the sleepy charms of San Pancho, a tiny Pacific coast surf town on Mexico's Riviera Nayarit

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New York: Going underground

Travel Talk

New York: Going underground

At a time when many politically disillusioned New Yorkers might like to flee underground, subterranean escapist spaces are cropping up beneath the Big Apple

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7 ways to book a cheap train ticket

Travel Talk

7 ways to book a cheap train ticket

The rail geeks at European train booking website Loco2.com have crunched data from over 400,000 searches and come up with the secret of bagging a cheap ticket. We outline seven ways they’ve found to save

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Eat: Queenstown

New Zealand

Eat: Queenstown

New Zealand’s adrenalin sports capital is no longer just for bungee-jumping budget backpackers. From gourmet burgers to farm fresh fine dining, this orchard and vineyard-backed city is firmly on the foodie map

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