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Marina Bay Sands Hotel | Singapore

One thing surely stands out at this hotel, the Sands SkyPark is an awe-inspiring engineering wonder. This unique structural masterpiece,designed by visionary architect Moshe Safdie, floats atop the three soaring Marina Bay Sands hotel towers 200m in the sky. Absolutely mind blowing is the 150-meter infinity swimming pool, the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height, open only to hotel guests. With the view of the Singapore city from the pool, the experience is really priceless.



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HOW TO SWEAR AROUND THE WORLD | Image

HOW TO SWEAR AROUND THE WORLD

"How to Swear Around the World” is a funny guidebook to(you guessed it), swearing in another language. The essential phrasebook will help you become an impressive curser in dozens of different languages, it is illustrated with handy visual guides and features phonetic pronunciation so that readers can curse like a native. A fun gift for the traveller in your family, he´ll be swearing proficiently in dozens of languages in no time! Available in Europe here...
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CITY CYCLING GUIDES | BY RAPHA

Cycling apparel brand Rapha have recently released a stylish collection of pocket-sized guides to the major cycling cities of Europe. The guides are beautifully illustrated by local artists and provide locations, destinations and experiences for travelers on two wheels. The series of eight guides is presented in an exclusively designed slipcase, and  includes major European cities Amsterdam, Antwerp/ Ghent, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, London, Milan and Paris...
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ALONE ON THE ICE

"Alone on Ice" is known as the greatest survival story in the history of exploration, the gripping account is told by award-winning writer and adventurer David Roberts. In 1913, Douglas Mawson, leader of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, alone and near starvation, does a ninety-five-mile trek across Antarctic ice after the death of his companions and the loss of most of his provisions. Mawson defied the odds and cheated death, he battled hunger, insanity, and d...
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