CNN : travel
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The return of the legendary US airline you’ve probably never heard of  23h50 21 janvier
Some airline brands die forever. Others, it seems, go into suspended animation, waiting to be reborn when the time’s right to take to the skies once again.
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Australia wants you back after the fires. Here’s where to go  02h04 22 janvier
Australia wants you to know that it’s not all blackened and charred.
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Inside one of the world’s newest (and wettest ) national parks  17h41 22 janvier
If the Everglades and the Serengeti had a child together, it might look a bit like the Iberá Wetlands of northeastern Argentina.
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Airline makes woman take a pregnancy test  09h33 15 janvier
Low cost carrier Hong Kong Express has apologized after it demanded that a passenger take a pregnancy test and prove she was not pregnant before boarding a flight to the US Pacific island of Saipan.
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A Chinese traveler was caught trying to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka  03h50 15 janvier
A unnamed Chinese traveler was caught red-handed when he attempted to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka on Monday.
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Living in Amsterdam’s red-light district  09h59 21 janvier
Amsterdam’s De Wallen red-light district has long been one of the city’s most provocative neighborhoods thanks to its notorious window brothels.
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The food that’s taken centuries to perfect  12h52 15 janvier
Egypt and food go back thousands of years. They’ve had time to get it right -- so check out these dishes and drinks to try if you travel there.
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Forget the city, this is the real Dubai  11h07 16 janvier
Dubai’s exclave of Hatta is home to the ecologically diverse Hatta Mountain Conservation Reserve.
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Are we one step closer to pilotless commercial jets?   15h15 21 janvier
The concept of pilotless commercial jet flight has been bandied about for years.
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South Korea could open up North Korea travel  10h14 15 janvier
South Koreans may soon be able to travel on their own to North Korea under new rules being considered by their government.
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Shakespeare fans can stay in Juliet-inspired house this Valentine’s Day  13h58 21 janvier
For Shakespeare enthusiasts and hopeless romantics, this year’s Valentine’s Day could be the most memorable yet.
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Spain’s new laws to clamp down on ’booze tourism’   16h30 20 janvier
They’ve got a reputation for sun-soaking, all-night-partying and all-round-hedonism, but Spain’s Balearic Islands are attempting a rebrand.
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Why this Central Asian country is an underrated gem   15h48 20 janvier
From the center of the Silk Road, through Soviet upheaval to modern day marvel, Uzbekistan is emerging as one of Central Asia’s most fascinating places to visit.
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A pivotal moment for civil rights history in Tallahassee  14h27 21 janvier
CNN’s Johnita Due shows us around Tallahassee, Florida, where you can see how the actions of civil rights activists, including Due’s parents, contributed to the national movement.
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The story behind the spirit of Brazil  12h23 16 janvier
Mexico has tequila. Colombia has aguardiente. Cuba has rum. Brazil’s spirit goes by the name of cachaça, a rum-like liquor steeped in history.