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A hand-drawn map that shows Walt Disney’s original ideas for Disneyland has sold at auction for $708,000 (over $935,000 CDN).
PORTLAND, Ore. — Alaska Airlines is offering a charter flight over the Pacific Ocean this Aug. 21 that will allow select passengers to view the astronomical event from the sky. The company said Monda
Implementation of a limited version of the Trump administration’s ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries is “going to be a little messy for the next few months,” says Jorge Barón, director of
The flight landed around 3pm and was pictured with the tip of its left wing missing. Thomas Cook said the plane had a 'suspected technical fault', but were unsure as to why its wing was broken.
Hiroyuki Arakawa, 79, from Japan, says he's been friends with the same odd-looking Asian sheepshead wrasse named Yoriko for the past 25 years.
'YuriFineart' shows on YouTube how he uses Lightroom to transform images from his travels through Europe by raising shadows and tweaking contrasts.
Adrian Jones, general manager of Legoland Florida theme park since before its opening in 2011, has been promoted to divisional director of Midway North America for parent company Merlin Entertainments
No matter how sensible your ideas can seem when you're completely inebriated, on reflection, you ask yourself 'what on earth was I thinking?' - just like these people.
If America's Cup racing in Bermuda has you dreaming about piloting your own boat through waves and wind, Moorings yacht rental service has some advice: Rent one of the company's 400 boats located
Ready to go camping? Don’t start packing the car just yet. Your trip begins with your computer and/or your phone. “Campsites in California are very popular and can book up quickly, so making reser
Ritz-Carlton is launching a line of 623ft luxury cruise yachts, which will call at locations typically not accessible to large cruise ships, from Capri and Portofino to St Barths and Cartagena.
KELOWNA, B.C. - Thanks to a thriving tech industry that has seen more than a 30 per cent growth in just two years, Kelowna has seen its demographics change drastically ...
When Ahlam Shahbel changes her American Airlines flight, the carrier promises a refund of the price difference. It never delivers. Can she persuade American to do the right thing?
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Preservationists worried about keeping U.S. colonial history above water have scheduled a conference in Annapolis, Maryland. The Newport Restoration Foundation is holding the confere
Play, learn and relax with the pros this fall during a five-day tennis camp in Wailea, Maui. Among the pros scheduled to teach during the Topnotch Fantasy Tennis Camp are Steve Johnson and Hall of
You'll want to keep it simple, even if you're car camping. Here are the basics, designed to be just comfortable enough.
Lakefront festivals and beach volleyball. Beer gardens and Brewers.        
Currently under development in the far reaches of Swedish Lapland, the Arctic Bath hotel and spa will float atop the Lule river during summer and freeze into place come winter.
The artwork was created by Walt Disney and artist Herb Ryman and used to present to investors in order to secure funding to build the first Disney theme park in Anaheim, southern California.
Restaurants and bars debut juicy dishes, desserts and drinks with one of summer's star fruits.        
The 07:34 Didcot Parkway to London Paddington service has a shocking 95 per cent chance of delay, while the 06:57 Brighton to Bedford service is 540 passengers over capacity on average.
It’s shaping up to be a record-breaking year for summer travel. A guide to what you need to know for a smooth vacation.
The Schlack, created by an Israeli entrepreneur, unfolds from a case into a circular mat three times larger, repels sand and doesn't absorb water. It's being funded through kickstarter.
If you're a Starbucks die-hard, for example, US-based Delta serves the brand on more than 5,000 flights a day; while British Airways serves Java Republic and Thomas Cook opts for Kenco.
HARTLAND, Vt. - Each spring and summer, a Vermont bog yields a rare spectacle — hundreds of wild orchids in bloom, drawing visitors from around the country. The bulbous pink and ......
ALBANY, N.Y. - A historic covered bridge near New York's Catskill Mountains has received a $2.6 million makeover. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the completion of the repairs and improvements
ALBANY, N.Y. - The 200th anniversary of the Erie Canal's groundbreaking will be marked next month with a musical celebration along the waterway. The Albany Symphony Orchestra will perform seven world
PORTLAND, Maine - Portland's first SchoonerFest and Regatta is wrapping up with a final cruise. The Casco Bay Gaffers Race takes the schooners from Portland to Bailey Island on Monday. Several ...
Shouldn't airlines, hotels and other travel companies charge a fair price for a complete product?        
Panicked bathers ran out of the sea after a blue shark came close to the shore in Illetas on Saturday. Today authorities closed another beach close to the spot after a second sighting.
BARCELONA, Spain - A forest fire in southern Spain forced the evacuation of at least 1,000 people and is threatening a national park famous for its biodiversity and endangered species, ......
The footage, captured by Paul Ziolkowski off the New York harbour, sees the giant mammal leap out of the water just inches from the side of the nine-foot fishing boat.
Earlier this week festival goers had to strip down to their bikinis and douse themselves with water to keep cool in 31C, but today it was business as usual as the heavens opened.
The anonymous flight attendant opened up about the worst passenger types, with 'scantily-clad graduates', 'unruly families', and 'church groups' all making the list.

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