Month: November 2019

Scotland is superb at any time of year, but Chris Leadbeater finds that there’s even more than usual to celebrate today Scotland could not have picked a better patron saint than St Andrew. Never mind all the fishing in Lake Galilee, the turning up at the Last Supper, and all that other Bible stuff –
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(CNN) — The Hungarian State Opera House is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful buildings in Budapest, drawing in thousands of visitors each year. But its facade is currently obscured by scaffolding, leaving the impressive landmark almost unrecognizable. The Neo-Renaissance structure has been closed for the past 18 months due to extensive restoration and modernization
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(CNN) — Conversations about how diet impacts the climate crisis have ramped up this past year, with a UN report published in August 2019 suggesting that eating less meat and reducing food waste could help save the planet. So perhaps it’s no surprise that top chefs are sitting up and taking notice, too. Dominque Crenn,
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(CNN) — Who needs new and improved when you can delight in old and perfected? Planet ramblers looking for adventure might consider spending time with these 10 living ambassadors from the past, including a bird with millions of flight miles, a rose that survived an aerial bombing, a tree linked to Buddha, green globules in
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Photo courtesy of iStock / FilippoBacci Foodies will love these items Give the gift of flavor this holiday season with one of these 10 foodie-centric gift ideas. We asked a panel of travel and food experts to nominate their favorite food-centric gifts, then 10Best readers chose their favorites for the 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Scroll
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Two weeks ago, Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and China’s President Xi Jinping shook hands … [+] prior to their talks on the sideline of the 11th edition of the BRICS Summit, in Brasilia, Brazil. Brazil is now the leading supplier of soybeans to China and chicken to Russia, replacing the United States. ASSOCIATED PRESS
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