Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The weekend has officially started and to kick it off, here are the best Warhol-pink cocktails to try at home. Plum Tart by Edinburgh GinEdinburgh Gin Plum Tart by Edinburgh Gin: Richly sweet and delightfully tangy – this aromatic refresher combines our opulent Plum & Vanilla
What could be better than stepping out of a ski chalet or hotel and sliding off down the mountain, returning right to the door at the end of the day? No need to walk a long way wearing heavy boots while carrying skis or board, or chivvy everyone onto a crowded bus. While many ski
Shutterstock It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that a large new analysis in The Lancet has reported that there’s no “safe” level of alcohol. The research has been headed this way in recent years, and the new study mainly confirms, using more precise methods, that alcohol is not great for us—at least on
When planning your holiday, it’s vital to be clear about the baggage allowance you’re entitled to. This ensures you can pack efficiently and avoid hefty charges at check-in when you arrive at the airport. We researched 10 of the most popular airlines in the UK to find out exactly what you’re entitled to before you
Berlin, Germany (CNN) — Burlesque dancer Anja Pavlova unhooks her spangled brassiere, tosses it aside and turns to face the cheering crowd. In the steaming hot Hoochie Koo club, the temperature shifts up a couple of extra degrees. A pair of feather fans hide her nearly naked breasts as she continues her dance. Eventually, even
Three days after the deaths of two British holidaymakers in Egypt, Thomas Cook is moving all its customers from the hotel where they apparently fell fatally ill. The firm will start to evacuate 301 guests from the Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel in Hurghada, on the Red Sea coast, early on Friday morning. In a statement, Thomas Cook
Airlines are adding flights from Hawaii, capping airfares and waiving change fees as Hurricane Lane moves closer to the popular vacation destination.
Everyone’s seen the videos. Baggage handlers tossing bags – your bag – into the hold of a plane like a rock at a coconut shy while passengers watch on aghast from the terminal gate. But although the perception of airport ground staff might be that they see “fragile” stickers not as warning but an affront,
South of Ljubljana lies the small settlement of Rakov Škocjan. It’s home to the oldest landscape park in the country, Rak Škocjan, where you’ll find natural wonders like Little Natural Bridge (pictured), Big Natural Bridge, Rak Creek and Weaver’s Cave. Photo courtesy of iStock / jaz1
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The arrival of winter signals the beginning of peak tourist season in Harbin, China, as visitors flock to the city’s world famous International Ice and Snow Festival, which features hundreds of gigantic ice and snow sculptures. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china for more information about China.
British Airways has announced it will be suspending its flights between London and Iran, citing a lack of “commercial viability”. British Airways currently operates six flights per week in either direction. The last outbound flight from London to Tehran will depart on 22 September, and the last inbound flight from Tehran will depart on 23 September.
(CNN) — Sometimes the world can seem like a giant Netflix watch list: Your to-do list gets longer and longer, and there’s still new stuff to check out. And now TIME magazine has added to your cultural anxiety by revealing its first list of the World’s Greatest Places, which showcases 100 destinations it says are
Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Kids are heading back to school, and most parents–at least the ones around here–couldn’t be happier. As delightful as summer vacation is for families, there’s a reason we send the offspring to class come September: “Are we there yet?” gets old fast. In that spirit, I’ve
Cruise tourism is at a record high with 27.2m passengers expected this year, up from 17.8m in 2009. Seeing the world by cruise ship allows travellers to sample many incredible destinations in one trip, with cruise lines, ships and itineraries to suit every taste. But both long-time tourist favourites and newly fashionable spots can struggle
A man carries a bucket filled with grapes at Domaine Faiveley in Nuits-Saint-Georges. Photo Credit: JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images “The Jura vineyard needs you,” reports French radio station France Bleu. If working a wine grape harvest is on your bucket list, 2018 may be the year you realize the dream if you are eligible for employment in France. Due in part
For the second time in a year, Ryanair is changing its cabin-baggage policy – dramatically reducing the amount passengers can carry without paying extra. Europe’s biggest budget airline currently allows passengers to take one large and one small cabin bag without paying. But from November, the limit is cut to one mid-size bag. The overall
(CNN) — Once a hugely important gateway used by explorers en route to “discover” the Americas, the Cape Verde islands fell into obscurity in more recent times. But the archipelago, located in the North Atlantic about 570 kilometers (about 350 miles) off the extreme western tip of Africa, is enjoying a renewed surge in visitors.