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U.S. tourist gets trapped in London bookstore

U.S. tourist gets trapped in London bookstore

David Willis from Texas wandered in to the Waterstones store to use its WiFi, little suspecting he wouldn't be able to leave
World's best airport bike paths

World's best airport bike paths

Some allow travelers to pedal right up to their plane, others skirt airport perimeters, giving cyclists a closeup view of the behemoths of the sky
The strange world of London's Frieze Art Fair

The strange world of London's Frieze Art Fair

Soup said to be radioactive and fish in formaldehyde: A trip to contemporary culture's cutting edge
Coming soon: Best theme parks of the future

Coming soon: Best theme parks of the future

With so many awesome new attractions on the way, the next few years are going to be a roller coaster ride
London right now: Essential guide for executive travelers

London right now: Essential guide for executive travelers

Follow our advice and you'll leave London having impressed the clients, slept well, eaten better and brought home the kinds of souvenirs people will actually keep
Wimbledon without tennis: 10 things to do
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Wimbledon without tennis: 10 things to do

Wimbledon isn’t just a tournament, it’s a village. Here’s what to do when you’re not wondering who's going to win it all
Whodunit on wheels: Riding London's murder mystery express

Whodunit on wheels: Riding London's murder mystery express

Champagne and sleuthing on vintage train ride around the English countryside
Back to the USSR: Soviet tourism posters on show

Back to the USSR: Soviet tourism posters on show

Hell hole? Hell no! Soviet tourism posters on display at a London exhibition paint a picture of an earthly paradise
6 ugliest buildings in Britain nominated

6 ugliest buildings in Britain nominated

Shortlist announced for annual award for (dis)services to architecture -- have you seen worse?
Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture

Rare chance to glimpse amazing hidden architecture

Open House festivals allow snooping in homes and landmarks normally closed to public
New exhibit celebrates 'Golden Age' of posters

New exhibit celebrates 'Golden Age' of posters

An upcoming exhibition at the London College of Communication celebrates the five most memorable poster artists of the last century
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Destination Berlin

It's crowded and outdated, but Berlin's hexagon-shaped Tegel air hub has won a place in the city's heart