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16:53

Travel

Venice, beyond the crowds

Andrew Forbes travel

...fountain tap ran continually, yet the sound of water was almost inaudible against the echoing voices of the fishmongers calling to each other from inside the 19th century open market. Among the high stone columns and against the neo-gothic arches were rows

10:30

Travel

Scottish Capital Gains

Andrew Forbes TRAVEL

...dark-stone buildings, it’s little wonder it makes the perfect back-drop for touristy ghost-themed walking tours. The city is a showcase too of Scottish baronial architecture, with the style’s distinctive little turrets, battlements and romantic towers

18:16

Travel

Fuerteventura for all seasons

Andrew Forbes

...majorero’ of those early goat farmers still exists across the island, in huge swathes of protected terrain. For a quintessential countryside experience, I stayed a night at the Mahoh Rural Hotel. A 19th century house with traditional volcanic stone walls,

12:18

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48 hours in modish Milan

Andrew Forbes

...cathedral square, down a stone-cobbled street with views into the 19th-century Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, said to be the oldest shopping centre in the world. 2.30pm Tastes of Milan From Central Station, the metro will take you to the Piazza del

18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Marrakech, but becoming a rarer sight these days as Morocco’s swift growth encourages the country to embrace all things new. The access from the main road is by a stone track that meanders through pine trees. The estate is truly hidden away, and the location

18:38

Travel

Buda and Pest, shabby and chic

Mark Nayler

...the bridge's design was pointed out: namely, that the stone lions at each end lacked tongues. You can decide for yourself whether Clark's mythical suicide was justified as you cross the dark, faintly menacing waters of the Danube on your way to Buda

10:12

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The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...fast running river swollen with snowmelt. The village was little more than a cluster of mud and stone built homes, one above the other, on the hillside. Each had a flat roof of timber, earth and stones – architecture reminiscent of the historic Berber ... completely bare save for the rugs on the floor and the thin mattress cushions leaning against the wall. The kitchen was of unpainted stone and earth with a tap and sink; there was space on the floor for camping stoves. The living area was more comfortably