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    Memorial Day travel deals are still taking off — save up to 50% on flight crew-approved luggage and more

    From trusted TravelPro luggage to Apple AirTags, these 10 necessities can make the skies just a little friendlier.

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    I own a ton of bags and this $37 Amazon backpack might just be the 'perfect' carry-on accessory

    Not only is this $37 backpack great for travelling, but it also comes with RFID protection and a whistle for safety.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    These islands deliver an authentic slice of Greece – people will hate me for publicising them

    It was on a visit to Ikaria, the island where Icarus supposedly fell into the sea, that I first saw the Fourni Islands. I was standing on a headland by the Tower of Drakono, built over two thousand years ago by the Athenians and their Delian league to protect these Aegean waters from the Persian threat.

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  • NewsThe Telegraph

    Is Britain the world’s biggest holiday rip-off?

    The staycation boom is well and truly over. Research released this month by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that Britons took 55.5 million holidays abroad last year, up from 45.6 million in 2022. Furthermore, a recent VisitBritain trends survey revealed that – despite the ongoing cost of living crisis – 60 per cent of respondents are planning an overseas trip in 2024, up from 57 per cent last year.

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    ‘Living here is like going back 50 years – you can even go out for walks after dark’

    All summer we will be taking the pulse of our most famous traditional seaside towns, examining the efforts being made to regenerate them, and opining on whether they are still worth visiting. This week, Chris Moss explores Llandudno.

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  • LifestyleThe Guardian

    Doggie paddles: 10 of the best dog-friendly beaches in the UK

    The author of a new Sawday’s guide to dog-friendly days out selects ideal beaches for dog walkers year-round – plus places to stay nearby

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The 10 best beaches in Nice

    A word of warning: if you wish to make sandcastles, Nice beaches may not be for you. The five-mile waterfront curve is almost exclusively small pebbles, or bigger ones. But the compensations are many. The Bay of Angels has not usurped its name. The vast expanse of sea is spangled by light coming apparently direct from our Creator. The water is serene and warm(ish). The long, long beach appears to be one continuous stretch, but the Niçois have split it into more than 20 separate beaches, some pri

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  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    Walking the old ways of Europe’s ‘wild west’ islands

    I was wandering through a labyrinth of black basalt, fingertips trailing along walls laced with electric-green lichen, boots crunching over rubble as dark as coal. The landscape in Pico, one of nine islands that makes up the Azores, was otherworldly, austere – and increasingly attractive to curious walkers looking to plunge into the past of a remote North Atlantic archipelago.

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  • LifestyleYahoo Canada Style

    Lululemon's Team Canada belt bag is 'perfect' for Canadians travelling abroad this summer — and it's under $40

    Better yet? Ten per cent of sales support Team Canada athletes.

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  • NewsThe Telegraph

    Britain’s best (and worst) new towns

    Angela Rayner has announced that sites for new “towns of the future” will be unveiled by the end of a Labour government’s first year in power. Labour’s deputy leader and shadow housing secretary said creating new towns was a key part of her party’s plan to build 1.5 million homes over five years.

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