(CNN) — Ten years after what came to be known as the “Miracle on the Hudson,” it’s still amazing that everyone aboard US Airways Flight 1549 survived. This week marks the 10th anniversary of arguably the most famous emergency landing in modern aviation history. Shortly after pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger took off from New York’s
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Is there any finer feeling than the thrill of embarking on an overnight rail journey? We don’t think so. Here we round up 11 of our favourite overnight rail adventures, from the Blue Train in South Africa to the classy Paris–Moscow line. 1. Blue Train, South Africa There are some journeys that you don’t want
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Old, new and everything in between   The uniform sandstone of the Haussmann buildings, the abundance of gilded historic monuments, and the glimmering Seine and its elegant bridges have arguably made Paris the most recognisable and romanticised cityscape in the world. But though the city wears its history – of monarchy, revolution, revolt and artistic innovation
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Pictures shared by the National Park Service and the nonprofit news organization National Parks Traveler show a downed tree and illegal campsites in California’s Joshua Tree National Park. “There are about a dozen instances of extensive vehicle traffic off roads and in some cases into wilderness. We had destruction of government property with the cutting
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