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Instead of That $5 Water Bottle at Airports, Filling Stations1h 6m Updated Instead of That $5 Water Bottle at Airports, Filling Stations
A growing number of airports are looking for ways to manage crowds, the empty plastic bottles they leave behind and improve the amenities.
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Detroit: The Most Exciting City in America?1h 37m Updated Detroit: The Most Exciting City in America?
How a 21st century Detroit navigates the dangers of regeneration is a particularly poignant question on the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit race riots.
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What to Read Before Heading to Detroit2h Updated What to Read Before Heading to Detroit
Three books on Detroit’s decline and resurgence.
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Wake Up and Smell the Traffic? London Tries Coffee to Power Buses2h Wake Up and Smell the Traffic? London Tries Coffee to Power Buses
In an effort to curb toxic diesel fumes, oil from used grounds has been added to the fuel for the British capital’s iconic red double-deckers.
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 Australian Travel Experts reveal dream Gold Coast trips 3h Updated Australian Travel Experts reveal dream Gold Coast trips
SPONSORED. MailOnline speaks to three Australian travel experts about their dream Gold Coast itineraries, along with tips on when to book and how to make the most of your time.
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 Heathrow Airport releases tear-jerking Christmas bear ad 3h Updated Heathrow Airport releases tear-jerking Christmas bear ad
Pass the tissues! The cute festive ad from Heathrow Airport features the 50-year romance between Edward and Doris Bair, and their reunions at the airport through the decades.
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 The mystery of the Arctic ghost ship SS Baychimo 3h Updated The mystery of the Arctic ghost ship SS Baychimo
She was last seen in 1969, 38 years after she was abandoned in the Arctic - but since then no one has laid eyes on the SS Baychimo. The tale of this ghost ship continues to baffle.
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New TripAdvisor Warnings on Sexual Assault Draw Criticism5h Updated New TripAdvisor Warnings on Sexual Assault Draw Criticism
Kristie Love, whose deleted post about a rape at a Mexican resort led to a change at TripAdvisor, says the site’s policy is “a slap in the face.”
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Five of the best distilleries on the American Whiskey Trail9h Five of the best distilleries on the American Whiskey Trail
As sales of Kentucky bourbon and Tennessee whiskey have rocketed, so has interest in the terroir of the region, and distilleries – Jack Daniel’s and Wild Turkey included – have opened for tours US whiskey has experienced dramatic growth over the last decade, propelled by an unslakable thirst for it from Europe, China and India. But while the spirits themselves – mostly bourbon, Tennessee whiskey and rye – have gained distinction worldwide, their places of origin remain somewhat mysterious. This has a lot to do with their terroirs, Kentucky and Tennessee – two southern states that are low on the destination list for many visiting Europeans. The fact that some counties in these states are dry and until recently wouldn’t allow their distilleries to offer tastings, has further complicated matters.
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Wanderlust: A Guide to Cap Ferret, the Cape Cod of France9h Wanderlust: A Guide to Cap Ferret, the Cape Cod of France
The beachy headland west of Bordeaux forgoes glamour for the simpler things: surfing, fishermen’s cottages and freshly shucked oysters.
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 Adventure Academy will test you with surprise activities 10h Updated Adventure Academy will test you with surprise activities
MailOnline Travel's Sadie Whitelocks embarked on an intense adventure course in Indonesia run by former fighter pilot Matt Prior.
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 Spa and away in Belgium: A detox retreat to dream of 11h Spa and away in Belgium: A detox retreat to dream of
Where do you go if you want a spa retreat that really takes you away from the world. The Maldives? Thailand? Or how about the middle of a Belgian national park? Jane Alexander picks the latter.
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 Bliss in Bali: Tranquility in a beautiful boutique hotel 11h Bliss in Bali: Tranquility in a beautiful boutique hotel
Bali has become synonymous with nightlife, but as Samantha Lewis discovers, if you head to the eastern side, that's where you'll find tranquility - and the beautiful Alila Manggis hotel.
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 Mail on Sunday Travel Ed Frank Barrett dispenses advice 11h Mail on Sunday Travel Ed Frank Barrett dispenses advice
The Travel Editor of The Mail On Sunday, Frank Barrett (pictured), decants advice on festive days to please visiting Swedes, cheap overseas summer holidays and reasonably priced winter getaways.
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Chhattisgarh: the heart of rural India14h Chhattisgarh: the heart of rural India
Kate Eshelby and family enjoy the pristine lands and age-old ways of the people of Chhattisgarh state Three men in huge straw hats covered in peacock feathers and tinsel are playing wooden flutes as they herd cows and water buffalo on the edge of the jungle. Even the animals sport necklaces of bright flowers. This is Chhattisgarh state, in east-central India: little visited, yet rewarding, it’s a land of elusive leopards, tigers and
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 Jim Shelley on Blue Planet II 19h Jim Shelley on Blue Planet II
Blue Planet II proved Sir David Attenborough could still be as ruthless and patient as any predator in the series itself.
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Personal Journeys: Mourning in Paris29h Updated Personal Journeys: Mourning in Paris
Paris is a good place to mourn. I would say this even if my uncle Richard hadn’t lived there, but all the more so that he had.
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34h Travel Postcard: The Revival of Detroit
Detroit's economy and auto industry were among the hardest hit after the 2008 recession, but the city is in the midst of renewal.
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Modigliani’s Paris: Bohemian rhapsody37h Modigliani’s Paris: Bohemian rhapsody
As Tate Modern prepares a new exhibition of his work, including 12 of his famous nudes, Louise Roddon explores the artist’s haunts in Montmartre and Montparnasse
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 Move over San Francisco - all eyes on Oakland 38h Updated Move over San Francisco - all eyes on Oakland
Oakland spent much of the 20th century lost in the shadow of its immediate neighbour San Francisco. But it is increasingly making a name for itself in the 21st - as Ella Buchan discovers.
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