5 THINGS WE LEARNED THIS IS­SUE:

Wanderlust Travel Magazine (UK) - - Upfront -

1 In 1887, French ac­tress/it girl Sarah Bern­hardt stunned a then-prud­ish Rio by slip­ping on a cos­tume and div­ing into the ocean, in­spir­ing cen­turies of fu­ture Brazil­ian beach­go­ers; p66 2 The Venice-sim­plon-ori­en­tEx­press is not the orig­i­nal train that was launched in 1883, though some of its car­riages date from the 1920s; p83 3 Old Wind­sor (not Wind­sor) was the royal seat un­til Henry I moved in up­river at Wind­sor Cas­tle in 1110; p139 4 Napoleon cut holes into the blinds of his St He­lena home so he could spy on vis­i­tors; p48 5 In its Peruvian hey­day, over 200 lla­mas were sac­ri­ficed in Cusco as part of the Inca fes­ti­val of Inti Raymi; p20

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