Travel

The best cruises to book are now revealed

There’s a no-fly cruise to the Canary Islands with chef Marco Pierre White  You can also do your Christmas shopping in New York before sailing back  Cruise to Cuba, Mexico and the Caribbean and make the most of the sun By Henry Carton For The Mail On Sunday Published: 09:59 EST, 10 September 2016 | Updated: 10:36 EST, 10 September ...

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Skylights Theater headsets display HD films which block out fellow passengers

Skylights Theater offers an immersive 2D/3D cinema experience for users The portable glasses display films on a wide-angle, high-definition screen Weighing 280g, they provide visual and audio isolation from the cabin  By Chris Kitching for MailOnline Published: 12:44 EST, 24 February 2016 | Updated: 22:38 EST, 24 February 2016 A French start-up has designed a new headset that may change ...

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Bristol townhouse is the perfect base from which to explore this vibrant city

Ten-room Georgian townhouse is perfect vantage point to take in Bristol   It is within walking distance of city’s landmark, Clifton Suspension Bridge Palatial rooms in the superbly designed townhouse come with a copper bathtub, a retro Roberts radio and the most luxurious velvet sleigh bed Rooms offer sweeping views of the Downs – an expanse of parkland – on ...

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Airlines compete to run the world's longest, non-stop flight

Qantas currently has longest journey, offering a 16 hour and 55 minute journey from Dallas to Sydney Emirates is launching two flights over 17 hours, Auckland to Dubai and Dubai to Panama City starting in March Qatar Airways is set to introduce two routes, Doha to Auckland and Doha to Santiago, that will take 18 hours  By 2018, Singapore Airlines ...

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Would YOU like to spend the night in a shed? From a WWII bunker to a converted boat, Britain's weird and wonderful micro accommodation to rent on Airbnb

A new report has revealed that 67 per cent of Brits would prefer to stay in a shed over cottage or caravan With some people spending more than £500 buying or decorating their sheds, they can be quite luxurious There’s a riverside resident with just enough room for two in Surrey or a WWII bunker with its own kitchen By ...

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Inside the world's oldest hotel Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan, Japan

Hot-spring hotel Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan opened its doors in 705 AD in Japan’s Yamanashi prefecture It’s hosted important guests ranging from emperors to samurai. The traditional inn remains popular today The key attraction is its six natural hot-spring baths although Mount Fuji is also within driving distance By Qin Xie For Mailonline Published: 03:08 EST, 25 February 2016 | Updated: 07:36 ...

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Furious mother slams 'cruel' airline after it refuses to warn other passengers of her daughter's severe nut allergy (leaving her to pay thousands for new flights home)

Emma suffers from a severe peanut allergy and has to carry an EpiPen Family say FinnAir refused to make on-board announcement about allergy Mother, Kathy, paid ‘thousands’ for new flights home with British Airways Finnair apologised and said they cannot guarantee a nut-free environment By Georgia Diebelius For Mailonline Published: 07:32 EST, 25 February 2016 | Updated: 07:36 EST, 25 February 2016 A ...

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The 13 hotel in Macau is billed as the world's most luxurious hotel

Located in the gambling mecca of Macau, in southern China, The 13 is one of the most expensive hotels ever built The ‘all-villa’ hotel has 200 suites measuring between 2,000 and 30,000 square feet, with 24-hour butler service Each villa features a marble Roman bath set under a vaulted Baroque ceiling supported by and a crystal chandelier By Chris Kitching ...

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What to do in Tokyo if you have a few hours to spare

Conrad Hotels has appointed a new director of inspiration, Nilou Motamed She has designed one, three and five hour ‘experiences’ in Tokyo These include learning how to make soba noodles and tasting green tea Exploring backstreets of Tsukiji Fish Market is one of the experiences By Jenny Awford for MailOnline Published: 03:40 EST, 21 February 2016 | Updated: 03:40 EST, ...

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A pilgrimage to the Antarctic Circle sailing past icebergs and penguins

The journey to Antarctica isn’t easy. It consists of a string of flights and a two-day sail on a Russian ship in Ushuaia Flooded by an abundance of wildlife including napping seals, penguins diving and birds swooping through the sky Prices for a 14-day Antarctic Circle voyage with One Ocean start at £7,570 per person, with kayaking option for £550  By ...

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