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Pursuits: In Los Angeles, Hotel Hipness Makes a Grand Return23m Updated Pursuits: In Los Angeles, Hotel Hipness Makes a Grand Return
Thanks to a new breed of high-rise hotels — complete with public pools and gaggles of fashionable locals — transitory spaces have become permanent hot spots.
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T City Guides: T Fashion Editors’ Guide to London1h 9m T City Guides: T Fashion Editors’ Guide to London
A short list of places to relax, enjoy a meal, shop a bit — and find some peace between the shows during fashion week (and always).
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T City Guides: T Fashion Editors’ Guide to Milan1h 11m T City Guides: T Fashion Editors’ Guide to Milan
A shortlist of places to relax, enjoy a meal, shop a bit — and find some peace between the shows during fashion week (and always).
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 Golden age of steam travel posters to sell for thousands 2h Updated Golden age of steam travel posters to sell for thousands
Artwork from a bygone era of travel will likely sell for thousands when auctioned at the Swann Auction Galleries in New York City, next month. 
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 Man uses leaf blower on flooded Florida street in storm 2h Man uses leaf blower on flooded Florida street in storm
Some people have discovered some pretty bizarre activities to help pass the stormy weather, like this man who decided to take out his leaf blower and use it on a flooded street in Florida.
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 Majorcan beaches closed after sea flooded with faeces 2h Updated Majorcan beaches closed after sea flooded with faeces
Beaches on the Spanish island of Majorca have been closed after torrential rain caused the sewerage system to malfunction and faeces were pumped into the water.
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Share great autumn foodie destinations in Europe for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher2h Share great autumn foodie destinations in Europe for a chance to win a £200 hotel voucher
Amazing seasonal foods are celebrated with harvest festivals, rituals and traditions at this time of year. Tell us about the best on mainland Europe and in the UK Autumn is a fantastic time for a foodie trip as festivals and restaurants across Europe celebrate the harvest season. And in many rural areas, old traditions of foraging – for berries, mushrooms, chestnuts and truffles – put dishes on the table that aren’t around at other times of the year. Tell us about your favourite places in Europe to visit in autumn with full details of the meals, drinks and festivals, and where you tried them. Please also mention walks and places to stay if they formed part of your food trip.
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 Man uses leaf blower on flooded street in storm 3h Updated Man uses leaf blower on flooded street in storm
Some people have discovered some pretty bizarre activities to help pass the stormy weather, like this man who decided to take out his leaf blower and use it on a flooded street in Florida.
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 Skis, saunas, sleighs and Santa: The Lapland of luxury 3h Updated Skis, saunas, sleighs and Santa: The Lapland of luxury
A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton embraces the festive season early with a trip to Finland’s northernmost region - and returns full of cheer.
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 London Underground commuters are exposed to killer germs 3h London Underground commuters are exposed to killer germs
A test of surfaces touched daily by commuters and tourists on London's tube system was commissioned to highlight the number of germs and bacteria we come into contact with every day.
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 Commuters exposed to daily doses of killer germs on tube 3h Commuters exposed to daily doses of killer germs on tube
A test of surfaces touched daily by commuters and tourists on London's tube system was commissioned to highlight the number of germs and bacteria we come into contact with every day.
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 Ryanair flight chaos: How you can fight back 4h Updated Ryanair flight chaos: How you can fight back
About 400,000 Ryanair passengers have had their flights cancelled at the last minute — ruining their hopes of a smooth autumn getaway.
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 Ditchling tree house costs nearly as much as average home 4h Ditchling tree house costs nearly as much as average home
Eva and Tim Johnson spent more than £200,000 making the handcrafted tree-top structure in Eastbourne, which has four bedrooms, a fully working kitchen and a balcony.
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 Las Vegas is a sporting paradise 5h Updated Las Vegas is a sporting paradise
Forget the gambling that used to run the show here, Las Vegas is now emerging as a fantastic spot for a short sunshine getaway, with its thrills now of the sporting kind.
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Instagram snapshots: Andy Pietrasik in Western Australia7h Instagram snapshots: Andy Pietrasik in Western Australia
In our weekly look at travel through three Instagram images, Andy Pietrasik visits Gnaraloo sheep station – a true taste of the Australian outback where the desert meets the Indian Ocean
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 Frank Barrett raises a glass to Madeira 9h Frank Barrett raises a glass to Madeira
The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor, Frank Barrett, celebrates the famous island that brought us cake, fortified wine - and much more.
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An oasis of orchids, animals and architecture in Medellín, Colombia9h An oasis of orchids, animals and architecture in Medellín, Colombia
A striking shelter hosting an orchid collection – and the odd wandering iguana – is the centrepiece of a tropical paradise rescued from developers in the 1970s Amid the hustle and bustle of
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 Boeing to trial turbulence-detecting lasers 9h Updated Boeing to trial turbulence-detecting lasers
Seattle-based Boeing will trial remote-sensing lidar technology in 2018, which could give pilots up to 60 seconds warning about unseen turbulence ahead.
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10h A Hotel Revival in Los Angeles
Step up to the bar or lounge by the pool in 360 degrees at some of the chic hotels that are inviting guests to a revitalized Los Angeles.
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 Qatar Airways launches double beds in business class 10h Updated Qatar Airways launches double beds in business class
Qatar Airways has launched the first-ever double bed in business class - via a daily Boeing 777 service from London Heathrow.
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 Grab that cheap flight now - it may be your final chance! 11h Grab that cheap flight now - it may be your final chance!
The Mail on Sunday's Frank Barrett explores whether the trend for budget airlines can last - or if our days of friendly (and inexpensive) skies are numbered.
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 Henry Blofeld gets a taste of fourteen treasured islands 11h Henry Blofeld gets a taste of fourteen treasured islands
There is something romantic, not to say Long John Silver-ish, about island-hopping in the Caribbean, writes The Mail on Sunday's Henry Blofeld.
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 Review of the Macq01 hotel in Tasmania 12h Updated Review of the Macq01 hotel in Tasmania
MailOnline's Sarah Fitzmaurice discovers that the Macq01 is the icing on the cake of Hobart's glitzy harbour area - but it doesn't let its guests forget the area's not-so-glamorous past...
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The It factor: exploring Stephen King’s Maine14h The It factor: exploring Stephen King’s Maine
With the film of Stephen King’s It breaking box-office records, we tour the brooding locations in and around his home town that inspired the ‘king of fright’ It would be wrong to say the recent film release of
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 The plans for eco-friendly holiday resort in Philippines 22h The plans for eco-friendly holiday resort in Philippines
A French architect, 40, who was so fearful of pollution damaging the Western Pacific has created a dazzling vision for green builds - and could transform how resorts are designed.
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International Tourism to the U.S. Declined in Early 201726h Updated International Tourism to the U.S. Declined in Early 2017
The figures, released by the U.S. Department of Commerce, included a 10.1 percent drop in European travelers compared to the same period last year.
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 Where vaping could lead to confiscation, fines and prison 26h Updated Where vaping could lead to confiscation, fines and prison
Strict laws outside of the UK, where vaping is legal, are causing hapless Brits abroad to risk fines - or worse - should they be caught using e-cigarettes.
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Personal Journeys: From Poland to Lithuania: A Writer’s Search for Her Jewish Past28h Updated Personal Journeys: From Poland to Lithuania: A Writer’s Search for Her Jewish Past
From the Jewish districts of historic cities to small, out-of-the-way towns once known as shtetls, the author finds remnants of the past at every turn.
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 The STUNNING plans for an eco-friendly holiday resort 28h Updated The STUNNING plans for an eco-friendly holiday resort
A French architect, 40, who was so fearful of pollution damaging the Western Pacific has created a dazzling vision for green builds - and could transform how resorts are designed.
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A Short List of What We Like Right Now28h Updated A Short List of What We Like Right Now
A new Malick Sidibé retrospective, designer building blocks — and a dream house in Brazil.
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 Removable battery Super Soco electric motorbike reviewed 30h Updated Removable battery Super Soco electric motorbike reviewed
With ministers determined to ban sales of new petrol and diesel powered cars by 2040, we're all going to have to come around to the idea of electric vehicle ownership. Could this be the answer?
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 Barging through the Burgundy countryside, 31h Barging through the Burgundy countryside,
La Belle Epoque, a European Waterways barge built in the Netherlands in 1930 to carry cargo, is now a floating hotel. The Mail on Sunday's Susie Boulton went to check it out.
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 TripAdvisor awards reveals the world’s best museums 32h TripAdvisor awards reveals the world’s best museums
The world's very best museums have been revealed in a definitive new poll. And Manhattan's Metropolitan Museum of Art has scooped the top accolade - for the third consecutive year.
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In New York City, a New Moxy Hotel Has a History34h In New York City, a New Moxy Hotel Has a History
A new property — once the New Mills Hotel — will be the design-focused brand’s largest, with 612 rooms, five restaurants and rates starting at $139.
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Travel Tips: How to Have a Lavish but Affordable Trip to Ireland34h Travel Tips: How to Have a Lavish but Affordable Trip to Ireland
Dine at pubs (the food is first-rate), avoid July and August travel, hire a driver-guide.
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 Trendy craft beers mark new drinking trending in Dubai 34h Trendy craft beers mark new drinking trending in Dubai
The United Arab Emirates may be an unlikely place to enjoy an ice-cold pint of American craft beer - but that's exactly what's happening in bars across Dubai.
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Inca Trail permits to be released four months early38h Inca Trail permits to be released four months early
Travellers hoping to trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru next year are advised to book as soon as possible once permits become available on 1 October Anyone hoping to trek the Inca Trail in 2018 better start planning, as permits are about to be released – four months earlier than usual. Until this year, the initial tranche of permits for travel were released in January of the same year and the rest in February, but for the first time the Ministry of Culture is releasing all permits for 2018 on 1 October 2017.
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