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Pedn Vounder, Penwith, Cornwall a dramatic bay protected by the towering granite outcrop of Logan’s rock. In summer the sandbars create shallow tidal lagoons that warm up in the afternoon sun.

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Regency Town House: Traditional layout for town houses. Domestic offices for servants in the basement, formal rooms on ground and first floors and bedrooms on floors above. Due to higher land prices in towns, even large houses tended to be built upwards on long, narrow plots. At the back of the house there was a coach house, stable block and quarters for the coachmen and grooms. rth.org.uk

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from Mail Online

Titanic museum to commemorate disaster's centenary with descendants of victims and survivors aboard half-size replica of doomed ship

Titanic museum to commemorate disaster's centenary with descendants of victims…

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21 Amazing Secret Places To Find In London

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The PaperMint | Keisha Charles | Stationery and Memory-keeping crafts | My Field of Dreams: A Photo-tour of The PaperMint Crafting Studio

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First class parlour suite B64 - Titanic’s first class accommodation was capable of housing up to 735 passengers. The style of accommodation on offer ranged from comfortable single-berth cabins to magnificent multi-room parlour suites. First class cabins & suites were located over 5 decks, generally amidships, where the ship’s motion would be least felt. First class accommodation also held 350 cheaper standard cabins w/ single beds, used for servants & staff -White Star Line

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Qantas New First class on Airbus A380. The interior, designed by Marc Newson includes LCD touch panels, leather seating, plants, sheepskin-covered full-length beds and more than 1,000 videos to choose from.

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Last flight of the Vulcan: Stunning aerial pictures of bomber farewell

Heading home: The jet will be grounded at the end of the month - more than 50 years after it first took to the skies in 1960

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Gallery: Royal Mail: Stamps from magical realms

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from Uncornered Market

96 Hours in Cape Town: What to See, What to Do

96 Hours in Cape Town: What To Do, See & Eat. Includes recommended wineries, swimming with sea lion pups, bike tour of a township, jazz clubs, cooking classes and more.

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