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#DailyEscape time! Here's Anakena Beach on Chile's Easter Island, a simply stunning view and an unforgettable desti… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
 
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Myleen Klass launches BA’s summer schedule

Myleen Klass Ree Saunders
8 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Presenter and pop star Myleene Klass has teamed up with British Airways to help promote the launch of its new summer schedule. The star has encouraged BA customers to book their holidays away this summer and escape the freezing temperatures in the UK. The former I’m A Celebrity Get Me ...

Fly to Australia for fashion's hottest week

AFW Marisa Thomas
8 April, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

London, Paris, New York and Milan have been out of the fashion spotlight for over a month now, but just because the big “fashion four” is over, it doesn't mean the fashion fever has stopped. Over in Australia Sydney’s week of fashion has just kicked off, with expectations being higher than ...

Runners' energy powers Paris Marathon

Runners Ree Saunders
7 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

The 37th Paris marathon saw 40,000 runners take to the streets with an eco-friendly twist today. The runners' energy is being harvested using Pavegen paving tiles which will convert energy generated from each footstep into storable electricity. The power generated by the runners' efforts is being used to run display ...

Delta Airlines helps doll up LAX airport

LAX landing Drew Hendricks
7 April, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

Delta airlines and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) have teamed up with the City of Los Angeles to give a $229 million makeover to LAX Terminal 5. Construction has already begun on the work which is set to continue in stages until 2015. Plans include the lobby and security checkpoints ...

Stay with the 'A' list: world's best celebrity hotels

Palazzo Versace Marisa Thomas
7 April, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

So, what’s a celebrity with buckets of cash and a marketable name to do when they’ve already got five homes and they want to invest in more bricks and mortar? Buy or endorse their own hotel! From Robert Redford to Robert De Niro, loads of famous actors, directors, fashion designers ...

America's first Lego hotel opens in California

1 lego concierge Drew Hendricks
6 April, 2013 by Drew Hendricks

The first Lego-themed hotel in the USA opened yesterday. The hotel is based in Legoland, Carlsbad; less than 70 miles south of California's Disneyland Resort. The three-storey building has 250 rooms which are themed in either the Lego Pirates, Adventurer or Kingdom ranges.  While not actually made from the famous ...

European theme parks upgraded for summer

Iron Wagon Ree Saunders
5 April, 2013 by Ree Saunders

Theme parks across Europe are preparing to open their gates this month for the start of the new season. More than 500 million Euros has been spent this year on fixing up over 300 amusement parks and attractions in Europe, to attract more visitors this summer. On top of a ...

Singapore opens world’s largest freshwater aquarium

Feature Cheryl Richardson
5 April, 2013 by Cheryl Richardson

The world’s largest freshwater aquarium has opened its doors to the public at River Safari in Singapore this week. The 12-hectare park contains nearly 300 species of animals and features fish and other wildlife from eight of the world’s major rivers. The new freshwater aquarium, which cost over $160 million ...

Camel catwalks to rainbow riots: India's wildest festivals

India6 Marisa Thomas
5 April, 2013 by Marisa Thomas

Hot, hectic and unforgettable, India is a big country with an even bigger personality. Yet, despite its loud, sometimes overwhelming energy, it’s also a highly spiritual country, with tradition and festivals at the heart of its people. So, if you’re a party-going culture vulture who wants a feast for the ...

Burj Al Arab turns blue for Autism Awareness Month

Burj Al Arab Kathy McLeman
4 April, 2013 by Kathy McLeman

One of the most iconic landmarks in Dubai, the Burj Al Arab hotel, was lit up blue earlier in the week to support World Autism Awareness Month. The hotel has joined over 3,000 other buildings worldwide in the Light it Up Blue initiative, aimed at raising awareness of the neurodevelopmental ...

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