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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012
PYONGYANG, North Korea -- A foreign tour agency has released the first public photos from inside the tallest and most notorious building in North Korea: the 105-story, pyramid-shaped Ryugyong Hotel, which remains unfinished more than 20 years after construction began.
LOOK: Stingray Photobomb!
Costa Concordia Crew Given 'Seafarer' Award
PHOTOS: Staten Island To Get The World's Largest Ferris Wheel
Chinese Travelers Left Out Of Asia's Budget Airline Boom
'Erratic' Man Restrained By Passengers On Flight
Ed Stafford: A Hungry Walk Up The Amazon (PHOTOS)
I had begun to see animals in the forest as the locals did. Rather than watching exotic beasts that needed to be preserved, I saw food.
Traci L. Slatton: The Bleak Necessity Of The Dachau Tour
Our group meandered into the next room to hear about brutal capos who oversaw the prisoners, about twelve starving men sleeping in plank-board bunks built for three, about floggings and pole hangings.
Eliza Deacon: An Encounter With An Infant Chimpanzee (PHOTOS)
Any preparation for your trip into the Mahale Mountains is probably for the best, but nothing can prepare a traveler for the intensity of a real life chimpanzee encounter.
Viator: Bilbao's Surprising Appeal
You can get a good lay of the land with the Artxanda funicular, across the river and just upstream from the Guggenheim.
Tablet: Loud Hotels For Music Lovers
Any decent hotel these days comes with an iPod connector, but for a more immersive musical experience, it's time to see a specialist.

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