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Lonely Planet names Tooting in south London in top 10 list

Despite being best-known as the setting for the hit 1970s BBC sitcom Citizen Smith, it is listed alongside New York City’s Sunset Park district and the picturesque Borgo San Frediano in Florence.

Guides by Lonely Planet for Android

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Guides by Lonely Planet is a free application for Google Android that provides you with free city guides curated by Lonely Planet. It takes at least some preparation to visit a different city in your own country or another country. This ranges from figuring out how to get there and where to stay, but also […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Eclipsing Belief: 8 Rare and Amazing Astronomic Objects & Events

We don’t even need to go searching for signs of aliens to find incredibly bizarre and unexplainable objects and events in outer space, from a ‘black widow’ pulsar that’s devouring its own mate to a lonely rogue planet doomed to wander alone for all eternity. Now that we’ve witnessed 2017’s much-hyped total solar eclipse, which …

Lonely Planet reveals world's most thrilling road trips

In new book Epic Drives of the World, a variety of intrepid adventurers detail their experiences of travelling by car across incredible landscapes, from the U.S to New Zealand.

Lonely Planet app Trips: Be inspired or tell your own story

NEW YORK (AP) — Lonely Planet has a new free app called Trips that offers inspiration for travel, along with an easy way for users to create visually driven stories about their own trips. For inspiration, scroll through content curated...Show More Summary

New travel book compiles 50 of the world's most epic road trips

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For those who love hitting the open road, editors at Lonely Planet have compiled the world's best road trips in a new book that includes both classic journeys and trips off the well-paved path. "Epic Drives of the World" features 50Show More Summary

Download this: Lonely Planet's Instagram-like app for travel junkies

We've all been there: you go on a trip, spend hours snapping the most Insat-worthy pics you can, and then realize there's no way you can post them all without annoying the crap out all your followers. Lonely Planet's new Trips app might be able to help. SEE ALSO: I know, I know... Show More Summary

New Amex Offer: 30% Off Kindle Unlimited (Free Lonely Planet Books)

Take advantage of this latest Amex Offer to save 30% on Kindle Unlimited. This gives you access to a huge library that includes the Lonely Planet series and more! The post New Amex Offer: 30% Off Kindle Unlimited (Free Lonely Planet Books) appeared first on Running with Miles.

Travel Books: Exploring the open road around the world

In “Epic Drives of the World” (328 pages, $35), Lonely Planet serves up a collection of journeys through geography, geology and cultures of astonishing grandeur, from the Belfast loop to the Captain Cook Highway to Iceland’s Ring Road. Each...Show More Summary

Lonely Planet’s Thinks Its New App, and Not Emerging Tech, Can Unite a Community of Travelers

Despite recent experiments with emerging technologies like voice-activated speakers and 360-degree video, Lonely Planet's next move is to revisit a well-traveled route: mobile apps. Earlier this week, the travel guide company launched...Show More Summary

Lonely Planet reveals the secret marvels of the world 

Lonely Planet’s Secret Marvels of the World, just out, is a compendium of the world’s weirdest and most wonderful sights, that really do have to be seen to be believed.

Lonely Planet’s New Trips App Makes You The Travel Guide

It’s sort of a Medium-meets-Instagram approach to travel reporting. In the mid-’90s, Lonely Planet was one of the first travel brands to hit the web. Its site, which offers suggestions on what to do, where to eat, and how to travel, embraced the digital age head on, earning itself a place in the hearts of travelers everywhere. Read Full Story

Lonely Planet launches its own photo app because why should Instagram have all the fun?

Instagram is filled with FOMO-inducing photography that shows how many people are both better photographers than you and made better career choices than you (you cubicle jockey). Turns out, travel guide company Lonely Planet was having FOMO, too. Show More Summary

Lonely Planet launches an Instagram-like Trips app

Lonely Planet has a new app for travel enthusiasts. Called Trips, the app uses an Instagram-like design populated with beautiful images of far away places. Much like Lonely Planet’s website, the idea behind Trips is to offer travelers an easy way to share their experiences and discover new areas of the world, this time on their smartphones. Show More Summary

What’s the Matter With Lonely Planet?

I bought my first Lonely Planet guide book back in 2005, and I’ve been collecting them ever since. Yet, lately, I’ve noticed that their quality has gone down significantly. Are they still the relevant and reliable source they once were,...Show More Summary

Lonely Planet's Top 10 must-see places in Asia for 2017

The experts at Lonely Planet revealed their 2017 Best in Asia list – an agenda-setting collection of the area’s 10 best destinations to visit in the year ahead. This is it.

NASA's Curiosity rover has a pet rock on Mars

3 months agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

Mars is probably a pretty lonely place.  The red planet is littered with rusty red rocks and, as far as we know, devoid of any kind of life. But even so, rovers still roam the surface of the world on humanity's behalf, making their...Show More Summary

Meet Bad Ape, Steve's Zahn's Neurotic, Lonely War For The Planet Of The Apes Character

Video. In War for the Planet of the Apes, Steve Zahn plays Bad Ape, a new character who shows up having learned to talk all on his own. He has some... quirks. More »      

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