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Deborah was struck and buried 100 years ago during the battle of Cambrai in France and in November, she will be the star of a new £1million museum in nearby Flesquieres.
The Mail on Sunday's Ian Thomson re-visited the Italian city of Trieste after 26 years and found the neoclassical seafront buildings refurbished, and the Austro-Hapsburg cafes restored.
The Mail on Sunday's Max Wooldridge hadn't stayed in a hostel since his teens. Nevertheless, he booked into Oban’s Youth Hostel by the sea in Scotland and spent a weekend learning how to kayak.
The Mail on Sunday's Jeremy Head spent a night in Sweden's Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, 150 miles above the Arctic circle, where as of this year its frozen rooms are open during summer too.
The Mail on Sunday's David Whitley headed for Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour, where he had a session on the NZL 68, a training yacht that was built to compete in the America's Cup.
The Mail on Sunday's Julie Peasgood took a Spanish cruise aboard Fred.Olsen’s Balmoral, with stop-offs including the the wildlife park of Cabarceno and the Santiago de Compostela.
The Mail on Sunday's Helen Atkinson Wood enjoyed an escape to the Greek island of Corfu, where she stayed at the Rou Estate, a hilltop oasis perched above Kassiopi.
A fresh warning by protest organisation Arran Països Catalans has prompted warnings that holidaymakers could be hurt in a summer of protests.
The Daily Mail's Andrew Harris toured the Spanish port city of Malaga, where cultural attractions include the Pompidou Centre, the Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Picasso Museum.
The Daily Mail's Jon McEntree opted for a Devon-based family holiday at Court Lodge in Hillfield Village, and had cream tea on the Picnic Boat, a 12-seater floating restaurant.
The Daily Mail's Robert Harman chartered a yacht to carry nine guests and toured Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, with stop-offs including the island of Solta and Stari Grad in Hvar.
A fresh warning by protest organisation Arran Països Catalans has prompted warnings that holidaymakers could be hurt in a summer of protests.
The Daily Mail's Inspector called in at the brand new Novotel near Canary Wharf, and was impressed with its ultra-modern touches, great restaurant and sweeping views across London.
The Daily Mail's Andrew Harris toured the Spanish port city of Malaga, where cultural attractions include the Pompidou Centre, the Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Picasso Museum.
RALEIGH, N.C. - Rental houses and condos are expected to fill up on two North Carolina islands where a bridge construction accident cut power for a week and threatened seasonal ......
SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco park where three people were shot underwent a $20 million renovation last year and immediately became one of the city's most popular destinations — ......
TORONTO - A Vancouver man faces several charges after an alleged incident on a WestJet flight that took off from Toronto's Pearson airport Friday. Peel Regional Police, who are responsible for ...
A weeklong power failure on Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands in North Carolina cost businesses millions of dollars, officials estimated.
NewLeaf Airlines started its journey with a great deal of hope and enthusiasm. However, before it could launch its first flight, it went through a period of major turbulence as ...
PASADENA, Calif. — Most visitors to Los Angeles head to Hollywood, Venice Beach or Santa Monica. But if you’re in the mood for stunning gardens, first-class art and historic architecture .
The state's unique boardwalk culture and welcoming community will make this a beach vacation you'll always treasure.             
SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah state commission is recommending preserving the name of Utah's Negro Bill Canyon after receiving conflicting information over whether the name is offensive. The Utah Committee
One of the great joys of European travel is to journey back in time at one of its many open-air folk museums, mostly located north of the Alps. You’ll find these sprawling collections of historic bu
Italian wine production expected to be 10 percent to 15 percent lower than last year due to weather conditions             
RALEIGH, N.C. - Businesses on two North Carolina islands geared up for the return Friday of tourists after a weeklong power outage that struck at the height of summer tourism ......
BOSTON (AP) — The Obamas are taking their annual summer vacation on Martha’s Vineyard, this time as private citizens. Former President Barack Obama and his family were headed to the Massachus
William Kottos, from Chicago - who suffers from a congenital heart defect - fulfilled his dream of training as an American Airlines pilot after intervention from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Carloads of tourists rolled in, stores stocked seafood counters and kitchen workers chopped vegetables Friday as two North Carolina islands reopened to visitors after a weeklon
The newest Asian destination to join the battle of the airfare bargains is Singapore. United is offering a $638 round-trip fare from LAX that includes all taxes and fees. However, the booking wind
The newest Asian destination to join the battle of the airfare bargains is Singapore. United is offering a $638 round-trip fare from LAX that includes all taxes and fees. However, the booking wind
If you're looking for a spirited voyage, Norwegian Cruise Line offers a series of cruises that may fit the bill. The company recently announced the lineup for its Meet The Winemaker series giving
The ad, for Kazakhstan's Chocotravel site, presents a line-up of seven models posing as flight attendants covering their modesty with uniform hats.
You don't have to endure the triple-digit heat that comes during the city's monsoon period. Here are four places that are fun to go and chill out.
Test your geography smarts with this quiz: Q: What nations border France? A: Andorra, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.
The state-of-the-art penthouse resides in the Ace apartment complex and enjoys a prime spot in Sandbanks, in Poole, Dorset, one of the UK's most expensive areas.
ORLANDO, Fla. - The dog days of summer have hit Florida where the heat index is on the rise. National Weather Service Meteorologist David Sharp says the temperature in the Orlando ......
This beach town, 60 miles south of New York, offers a boardwalk with plenty of kitsch, as well as upscale restaurants and a thriving music scene.
Times Square visitors soon will come face-to-face with humpback whales – virtually speaking, of course — thanks to the work of Falcon’s Creative Group on an attraction called National Geographic
Breath-taking photos and drone footage capture resorts including Secrets in Playa Mujeres, Mexico and the ever-popular Siesta Key Beach in Florida.
Celebrate International Beer Day with beer cities and breweries worth visiting around the world, from Europe to the Caribbean.             
BERLIN - Germany's Air Berlin says it has reached a co-operation agreement with JetBlue that will improve its customers' transfer options in the United States. Air Berlin chief commercial officer Goe
Ryanair's new seats offer an inch of extra legroom, 31 inches up from 30, which beats BA's economy seats, but won't feature pockets so that cleaning can be done faster for turnarounds.
Ten million people are expected to pass through Europe's airports tomorrow but airlines are fearing complete meltdown after weeks of mayhem at passport control.
Aina, a modern Hawaiian restaurant whose brunch has spawned a citywide mania, opened last year in a small light-flooded corner space in Dogpatch.
You might swear you were in the Galapagos when you first step foot on the Channel Islands             
Help us build the ultimate American travel bucket list by voting for your favorites             
American Green is buying all 80 acres of Nipton, which includes its Old West-style hotel, a handful of houses, an RV park and a coffee shop. Its plans are to transform the old Gold Rush town into wha
Daily Mail Australia understands the flight in question was Etihad Airways EY 451, which departed Sydney Airport's international terminal shortly after 3pm on July 15.
The global vacation-rental network isn’t for everyone.             
Strikes, computer meltdowns, crippling delays and passengers in revolt. British Airways could not have created a greater customer service catastrophe if it had done so deliberately.
PORTLAND, Ore. - People in the Pacific Northwest were enduring another scorching day Thursday as temperatures pushed toward triple digits. The heat affected everything from transit to sporting events.
It was happening behind the clouds, so I didn’t see any bolts, but it lit up the sky for long enough to make a storytelling photo, and to allow me to capture its frequency.
Time for save the Walt Disney World date, August edition: • Aug. 13: It’s a bad day for those traveling theater-type attractions. Great Movie Ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park and El
OXFORD, England — The South of England’s leafy countryside is dotted with mansions built around the time of King Henry VIII, or even before that much-married monarch took the throne of England in
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. - Searchers in Grand Canyon National Park found a body believed to be a Texas physician who went missing after she hiked into the canyon ...
Visitors to Lençóis Maranhenses National Park are especially drawn to the area between July and September when heavy rainfall results in thousands of turquoise lagoons.
Mountain goats in Glacier National Park, drawn to tourist sites because of protection from bears and easy access to minerals, have abandoned some predator defenses.
A survey of airline passengers found that more than 20 percent had knowingly or unknowingly smuggled prohibited items past Transportation Security Administration checkpoints onto the aircraft, includi
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