Fancy hunkering down in a hobbit house, or a night in private jet? Or maybe a day or two in a train carriage, a tree house or your very own pub? Here, JANE FRYER runs the rule over Airbn-bizarre.
Jo Kessel embarked on a week-long action-packed itinerary through upstate New York, which included stops in the Catskills, Thousand Islands and Lake Placid, which played host to two Olympics.
The pilot – who has flown Airbus and Boeing planes – explains how the Pegasus accident bears similarities to the 2007 TAM disaster, in which one engine reversed, and one was in thrust mode.
Scientists at Rutgers University in New Jersey have found that suddenly halting so-called 'solar geoengineering' would have a severe impact on the planet.
Here’s our guide to the Venice's’s best B&Bs, including places with canal view balconies and classic Venetian interiors.
This year will be a poignant one in the Deep South, marking 50 years since the death of Martin Luther King. Ella Buchan searches for his legacy in Mississippi and Tennessee.
The chunk of ice weighing almost two stone landed in Fazilpur Badli in Gurgaon on Saturday, to the shock of local villagers who thought it might have been a piece of celestial rock.
With its hardcore reputation, attracting adrenaline junkies and powder-hounds alike, Chamonix is the perfect location for a high-octane ski weekend, writes Georgie Lane-Godfrey.
Consumer group Which? says simple tips such as booking the flights at the right time, being flexible with dates and destinations and looking for alternative airports can all bring down airfares.
Despite its reputation, Bali is not just for backpackers, writes Alice Hart-Davis. With two luxurious Four Seasons offerings, a tranquil, relaxing vacation - away from hordes of tourists - is possible.
Though some of these fantastic beasts are easier to find than others, The Mail on Sunday's Wendy Gomersall shares her top picks for spotting big cats in the wild.
Picking an area to stay in Lisbon isn’t always easy. To be slap-bang in the middle of things, the areas of Baixa and Alfama are good options.
Former Boyzone singer Ronan Keating spent a magical Christmas holiday in the Maldives with his family. And did he sing his hit song when the clock struck midnight on New Year's Eve? Of course.
Cycling along the Danish Riviera offers views of forests, rolling hills and charming coastline, writes Jenny Coad. History buffs will love Frederiksborg, Scandinavia's largest Renaissance castle.
Alnwick's new, super-smart (and quirky) hotel, the Cookie Jar, occupies a former convent, writes the Mail on Sunday's Frank Barrett. And the star attraction? The Chapel suite.
The Beaches family resort on the Turks and Caicos islands promises a lot of fun activities for children. Chelsea White took her youngsters Harlen and Harlow to test out the Caribbean hotel.
You probably haven't heard of Leeuwarden. This is no bad thing - it is one of Holland's less-known cities. But, this year, it will also be a European Capital of Culture. Martin Symington takes a walk...
South of Birmingham, in Worcestershire, the luxury Brockencote Hall is home to terrific canapes, an extensive afternoon tea service and what may be the best G&T ever, says The Inspector.
Talk about making it difficult for yourself. Aspen has state-of-the-art chairlifts, but Keith Perry takes the tough route up, climbing the pistes to ski back down on an arduous day of 'uphilling'.
Greenhouse gases, pollution and warming oceans are all contributing to the destruction of the reefs, and Erik Solheim says countries must take responsibility to save them.
fly to the moon. The criteria for what constitutes human spaceflight vary. The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) Sporting Code for astronautics recognizes only flights that exceed an altitude of 100 kilometers (62 mi). In the United States, professional, military, and commercial astronauts who travel above an altitude of 50 miles (80 km) are awarded astronaut wings.
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