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Combined with the items British passengers voluntarily bin at the security gates, this total rises to £645million.
The “potentially catastrophic” storm set a National Hurricane Center record just hours ahead of its expected landfall in the Caribbean on Tuesday night.
A father-of-one from London has described his holiday hell in Rhodes after a family break turned into a nightmare - due to the squalid conditions of their resort.
SCHUYLER, Va. — Three longtime fans of the popular TV show “The Waltons” have purchased the Virginia childhood home of the show’s creator in an effort to keep it open to the public.
A hilarious gallery compiled by BoredPanda shows animals getting up to no good. One cheeky bird was seen walking through a store and out of the 'no exit' sign, while a pooch stole a 'no dogs' sign p
Airlines are required to replace essential items whether they are in lost bags or delayed bags.             
Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 5 storm on Tuesday, as it inched closer to the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean.
The London hotel is claiming that the four poster in the Royal Suite is the most comfortable bed in the world, saying it 'transcends all levels of comfort currently available'.
Check out our latest batch of fun airplane and aviation photos from around the globe.             
The latest forecasts have Irma on a more direct path toward South Florida, raising the chance that the United States could be hit with major back-to-back storms.
BORDEAUX, FRANCE – Jordan Eudine is leading a group of Ama Waterways river cruisers on a bike tour through the rolling hills near Blaye. We pass small villages made of dark stone and gaze out on end
SONOMA, Calif. - It's 11 a.m. on a Monday morning, which seems like an excellent time to be sitting on a sun-splashed patio, gazing out at dappled green vineyards and ......
Brian Foster brought clean-up crews into his Humble, Texas, home on Friday and saw an alligator entered during the floods. Constables called a wildlife center to remove the intruder.
CHEVY CHASE, Md. - Ever since it opened 20 years ago, the clock had been ticking on the Georgetown Branch Trail, an oasis of green space in suburban Maryland that ...
In New Zealand the top earner is concentrated milk - and it's petroleum for the U.S. It's also revealed that Israel mostly imports diamonds and the Central African Republic mostly guns.
Channel your inner Jane Austen next month on a Rhine River cruise that will celebrate the bicentennial of the popular English novelist's death. The cruise, which will take place aboard Riviera Tra
There’s something about naming a show “WOW” that creates a certain expectation. Director Hanoch Rosenn, who made an international name for himself as a mime, says that’s the whole point.
Savor the historic flavors of Mexico on a nine-day journey through some of the country’s most famous culinary regions. The trip, organized for solo travelers by Intrepid Travel, includes visits
USA TODAY offers a comprehensive look at the Miami-based cruise company             
The latest forecasts have Irma on a more direct path toward South Florida, raising the chance that the United States could be hit with major back-to-back storms.
With school back in session, destinations and museums will be less crowded in the coming months.             
This 4D Free Fly coaster will leave you not knowing which way is up.             
These pictures show Britain’s largest and most luxurious beach huts, which have just been built. Located in the New Forest, they have a kitchen, bathroom and a wood-burner.
Learn to make this Refinery Rooftop specialty             
Feel like you've been transported into the magical world of Miyazaki             
The Lake Geneva area of Switzerland wows the senses with its scenic beauty.             
The two women were seen pulling each other's hair while rolling around the floor and screaming at one another at baggage reclaim at Alicante Airport, Spain.
Majestic snapshots of Derbyshire that illustrate its steep history through the county’s most popular landmarks have been showcased in a new book.
The two women were seen pulling each other's hair while rolling around the floor and screaming at one another at baggage reclaim at Alicante Airport, Spain.
The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor, Frank Barrett, argues here that the queues are just meant to convince us that flying is a thoroughly safe process.
EXCLUSIVE: UK-based pilots Paul Fox and Ashish Raval, who fly for Monarch, have thousands of Instagram followers thanks to the stunning images that they upload.
When employees look for lower rates or chase reward points, companies have policies for keeping tabs on their whereabouts and safety.
            
The latest forecasts have Irma on a more direct path toward South Florida, raising the chance that the United States could be hit with major back-to-back storms.
When employees look for lower rates or chase reward points, companies have policies for keeping tabs on their whereabouts and safety.
Ibiza may be losing its edge, as the younger generation are increasingly opting instead to holiday on Greek islands Kos and Zante.
The Ratchada night market in Thailand's capital city boasts a striking similarity to 80s computer game Tetris when viewed from above.
NEWPORT, R.I. - Visitors to the spectacular Gilded Age mansion The Breakers in Rhode Island now have the chance to explore its depths with a new tour that shows off ......
AXA Assistance USA promises John Schwegel that it will cover the cost of a ticket home after his flight is delayed. But then it doesn’t. How do you persuade AXA to change its mind?
Katharine and David Lowrie, from Devon and Northumberland respectively, ran from Cabo Forward in Chile to Venezuela - and have revealed all about the feat in a new book.
The readers of Rough Guide voted the nation as 'the most beautiful country in the world', beating Canada to the number one slot in the top 20 countries.
Travelling can be a lonely experience. Fortunately, the Hotel Charleroi Airport in Belgium is offering guests a goldfish in their room to make them feel loved.
Craigcrook Castle, near Edinburgh, has also welcomed the likes of Sir Walter Scott, and George Eliot over the past few centuries, but has not sold in more than three years on the market.
A mother and son duo have been dramatically rescued in South Australia on Sunday night after a rapid change in weather conditions left them stranded and unable to make it back to their car.
It means that its customers can remain connected across flights to and from the US, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
The designs are dazzling at three automobile museums in Italy. And then you get to drive.
Two museums in Germany’s motor city, Stuttgart, supply automotive history, test drives and the awe of seeing cars being created.
The journey starts in a sleepy-looking coastal village in Averøy but soon viewers are out on the Atlanterhavsvegen - or Atlantic Ocean Road - heading to Norway's mainland.
Australia’s east coast is about to be hit with a monster storm, bringing damaging winds, a massive snow dump and the coldest weather of the year.
Passengers should be screened thoroughly, of course. But shouldn't they also be treated respectfully and compassionately?             
WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT. The man who leaped into the eponymous blazing effigy at the Burning Man festival on Saturday night has died, authorities in Nevada confirmed.
TV news reporter Emma Crosby brought three generations of her family to the Madikwe Game Reserve in South Africa, where they stayed at the Morukuru Farm House lodge.
The Mail on Sunday's Peter Duncan packed his bags for Costa Rica, with highlights including a trip to the Arenal volcano, a stay at the Hotel Presidente and a tour of the Tortuguero National Park.
Britain's cheapest lager is on sale in Liverpool where the average cost of a pint costs £2.90. Lager lovers in Sheffield are not far behind, with a pint in the city costing £3.
In the UK, a biscuit is a sweet baked good - but in America, it's more like a savoury scone, served with gravy. What's known as 'coriander' in the UK is called 'cilantro' in the US; while 'rocket' i
WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT. Approximately 70,000 people from all over the world have gathered for the annual Burning Man festival, which is taking place in the Black Rock Desert.
The food at Brothers Food & Wine, which opened last October in a slim, plain space just above the Bay Street subway station, is richly complex and utterly satisfying.
It was a sun-dappled weekday morning and I was trundling east from Vancouver, Canada, on the SkyTrain transit line’s shiny new Evergreen Extension. I was heading for an unlikely craft beer hot s
On the morning of Aug. 12, my wife, Laurel, and I were in New York City’s Penn Station awaiting Amtrak’s Northeast Regional No. 141 to take us to Washington, D.C. This would be the first leg o
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