World War 2 bunker transformed into swanky holiday home – would YOU buy it? | Property | Life & Style

While it may not look like much from the outside, the unusual property may just be the most luxurious underground bolt hole in Britain. The beautiful six-bed property which lies in a Cornish meadow just ten minutes drive from Land’s End, is so well camouflaged by its grass-covered roof it looks like a mound in the middle of field. Far from what would be expected inside a bunker, the gorgeous holiday home features a large open-plan living room that effortlessly straddles the line between modern and traditional. The space is…

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Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas in pictures: Largest cruise ship in the world | Cruise | Travel

Royal Caribbean have welcomed the Symphony of the Seas cruise ship to their fleet just days before it’s maiden voyage. It is the largest cruise ship in the world, over 238 feet tall and 1,118 feet long – just 20 metres shorter than the Empire State Building. Holding up to 5,518 guests onboard at one time, 118 more than their Oasis of the Seas ship, it has an abundace of record-breaking amenities on the ship. The first guests are to set sail on March 21 for a one time only…

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Cruise news: around the world Silversea luxury cruise | Cruise | Travel

A cruise allows passengers to travel the world in style and comfort, experiencing breathtaking views from right outside their cabin door with everything needed for a luxurious holiday under one roof. Whether reaching far-flung corners of the globe or exploring waterways slightly closer to home, cruise lines are growing in popularity. In fact, there was a record number of almost two million British passengers that booked a cruise last year and this figure is expected to rise throughout 2018. To celebrate this rise in popularity, one cruise line is taking…

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Most expensive cities in the world revealed 2018 travel | Travel News | Travel

The world’s most expensive cities have been revealed in the 2018 The worldwide cost of living (WCOL) report from The Economist Intelligence Unit. Analysing the price points of 160 consumer products across 145 cities in over 90 countries, the top 10 most expensive cities have been announced. The survey compares the average daily spends on goods such as the average price of a loaf of bread, a bottle of wine, a packet of cigarettes and the cost of a litre of petrol alongside the living wage and house prices. The…

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Seven wonders of the modern world: can you name them all? | Travel News | Travel

GETTY The seven modern wonders were voted for by millions of people But, with only one still standing they also represent eras bygone.  In 2007, over 100 million people voted to refresh this list and declared the ‘New 7 Wonders of the World’.  Can you name them all? Related articles GETTY The Great Pyramid has been standing for thousands of years Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt  This astounding ancient monument was built for Pharaoh Khufu between 2584 BC and 2561 BC.  At 146-metres tall, archeologists believe that Khufu’s pyramid was…

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