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If you make money for Disney at the movies, you get to go on a cruise. At least that's the theme as Disney Cruise Line announced a new Marvel Day at Sea coming to Disney Magic. The day-long celebratio
Air India switched the direction its flight took to get to San Francisco, adding 870 miles to the route and giving it a total of 9,506 miles. But it was also two hours quicker thanks to strong tailw
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After British Airways reroutes Jane Lyons’ flight from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., a representative promises that the airline will reimburse her for her taxi fare. But when she presents the airlin
Center Parcs resort in Bedfordshire is set in 350 acres of beautiful forest and has the biggest subtropical swimming pool in the country. There's plenty to do for both little ones and adults.
Center Parcs resort in Bedfordshire is set in 350 acres of beautiful forest and has the biggest subtropical swimming pool in the country. There's plenty to do for both little ones and adults.
Alexa Chung has revealed some of her quirkiest travel habits. She wears designer clothes on planes and picks hotpants for LA flights. The star also revealed that she always requests a window seat.
Baggage handlers noticed smoke wafting from a bag while transporting hold luggage from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport onto a United plane and firefighters were called to put out the fire.
Ivy Lee, based in Sunnyvale, California, is sweeping the internet with her highly amusing list of why the Brits do it better - from the nation's swearing abilities to its £10 note.
Question: My daughter and her friends are studying in Florence, Italy, through a study-abroad program. In meetings before they left, nothing was said about the Schengen visa, but those in charge e
London has triumphed in a new study on the world's greatest cities, rated on a variety of factors including its culture, entertainment, infrastructure, health and general happiness.
Broome in north-western Australia is one of the few places in the world where hovercraft still have a role to play – the Indian Ocean retreats about a mile at low tide. It also boasts dinosaur footp
Thinking about taking a cruise but not sure whether you should ship out on an oceangoing vessel or on a river boat? The questions below can help you determine which is the better fit. Before you b
It’s been said before, but with the unveiling this week of the massive renovation of Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport, airport officials and their design partners have put the L.A.
Honolulu’s Ala Moana Center has been a big shopping destination, but now the mall has expanded its Art Walk with the addition of three notable sculptures. To artist Yayoi Kusama, “Pumpkin” isn’t a
NASHVILLE - I've always wanted to have a mini-reunion in Nashville with my college girlfriends. I imagined hanging out at honky-tonk bars like the famous Tootsie's Orchard Lounge, listening to countr
Ramenfest sounds like something college kids would think up. But next month, Santa Barbara area restaurants will take the quirky challenge more seriously as they square off at Kimpton’s Goodland h
Almost 25 years after starting its wedding division, Walt Disney World is adding more over-the-top experiences, from animated cakes to ceremonies in the shadow of Cinderella Castle. This year, Disney
The good news is that there’s an elevator. In fact, the elevator is your only option if you hope to see the commanding view from atop the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. It zooms 500 feet
A 67-year-old man recently died after riding Star Tours at Disney's Hollywood Studios, according to state records. The death last month was recorded in a list of serious ride-related injuries and illn
See what locations from the hit TV series look like in real life.        
DALLAS - The longest light rail system in the U.S. just got bigger. Dallas Area Rapid Transit on Monday opened two more stations as part of a 3-mile Blue Line expansion to the south. The new light ra
The Hangover Bar, in Amsterdam, claims to have everything you need to handle a hangover, from a bed and TV, to fresh juice and an oxygen bar.
Hotel staff have taken to online forum Quora to share their experiences of working in the hospitality industry, revealing grisly tales of drugs, dead bodies and dirty sheets.
The captain of the famed Cunard flagship says the essence of the vessel remains the same.        
From scare zones to Fright Fests, you'll find plenty to fear beyond roller coasters.        
Every day, from the late 1880s to the early 1900s, the London Necropolis Railway ferried corpses from a purpose-built station near Waterloo directly to the Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey.
Coffee shops around America are offering creative alternatives that rival pumpkin spice.        
Despite the poorer exchange rates offered to travellers departing from the UK, the Post Office has seen a 46 per cent rise in currencies sold online compared to last year.
CLEVELAND - An Ohio art museum says it has completed a $320 million capital campaign that paid for its years long expansion from 389,000 square feet to 588,000 square feet. The Plain Dealer in Clevel
Wandering the streets of today’s Zurich, it’s hard to fathom why any wannabe revolutionary would choose to settle here. It must surely rank as the most glitteringly bourgeois city in the world.
One writer sets out to explore the country’s widespread culture of nudity — and tries it on for herself.
Pembrokeshire is more relaxed about dogs than other parts of the UK. From October to April there are no dog restrictions on any of its beaches and only two impose a ban on dogs from May to Septembe
Excited about Halloween? Looking to freak yourself out? MailOnline Travel has rounded up a list of hair-raising hotels around the UK, the US, Europe and Japan - many of which are said to be haunted.

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