For the past 48 hours, I have been singularly focussed on finding three vintage travel posters for my dining area.
For a long time, Portugal’s Algarve was the sort of place one didn’t go, unless one was seriously well off and could afford Quinta do Lago, the super exclusive golfer’s paradise.
Questions we should be asking about the startup: isn't it just a course correction for a real-estate system stacked against us? Also: is someone having sex in my bed?
Or: as a study of vacation rentals with exposed brick walls, 12-foot ceilings, or both.
While your average well-above-average villa might be our first choice when booking a place, we're intrigued by what's found off the beaten path.
South Pigalle, once a quieter corner of Paris, has picked up a new nickname, SoPi, and gone all BoBo (bourgeois bohemian) as a slew of stylish restaurants, bars and shops open in the area
How did Hitchcock overlook this film location?
The venerable bridges of Paris are heartbroken, crying and pleading, “Why won’t you respect me?”
Festival-goers and nostalgia-hunters are fuelling a boom in the campervan rental market in the UK
Winter in Europe often presents a stage on which you are the only player.
Flight and holiday booking firms already reporting increase in online enquiries for holidays in term time as court decision begins to take effect
I guess that the Niyama Resort have heard the rumours that the Maldives will one day be submerged due to global warming, and have gone ahead and done something about it.
Leaving New York, my home where I’m usually spirited during autumn, has me somehow relieved to be vacating the premises, feeling it’s a city on the verge of change. Or perhaps it is I who am changing.
Clearly the folks at Original Travel gave something up for Lent, otherwise, how could they have conceived of such a list? Herefollows the perfect antidote to whatever you gave up for 40 days (and 40 very long nights).
By the accepted laws of travel and tourism economics, if you lower the price of your product by 40% the punters will flock to you. So why has the USA, which is now considerably cheaper than it was just a few years ago, suffered a year-on-year fall in tourists since 2000?
This is it. It is meltdown friday. The jet lag and two full days finally catch up. We go out for a late breakfast, return and promptly fall asleep. One or two even sit outside by the cement pond overlooking the lake and scan the surface for alligators. The weather is definitely on the turn though still pretty cold.
And if you’ve £90,000 spare you can drive about and get an idea of just how much of a boss Batman must feel.
If Nascar is the pinnacle of American Stock car racing then Legend and Bandolero racing is ground zero, a way in to the sport for youngsters and a very cheep way to race for middle aged men.
A dozen years ago, I travelled to LA every other month for work. Then 10 years passed without a trip. Had it always been so ridiculous? And had it always been so much about the cars?
There’s a lighter side of Germany, told here in five parts (for one really good weekend).
There may be ongoing uncertainty about Greece's economic status - but there should be no hesitation about what this beautiful Greek island has to offer.
From a rave in an abandoned Polish coalmine to bonfires and bunting in the Bulgarian mountains, these under-the-radar festivals are an excuse to explore new musical landscapes
The Thames Baths project, which features plans to create a freshwater swimming pool near Victoria Embankment, launches Kickstarter campaign to help raise £125,000 towards its development