A disgusted visitor said via Twitter: 'Ibiza Airport get your act together. Place is filthy as cleaners on strike! Toilet paper / soap empty in every toilet! Place is disgusting.'
Revenue at Central Florida’s hotels rose 17.6 percent in April, the biggest rise among the 25 largest markets in the country for the month, according to an industry report. The revenue per room rate w
The Hindenburg - a vast 800ft-long German airship which crashed in 1937 after only a year in service - was once the very height in luxury for wealthy transatlantic travellers.
Revenue per room at Central Florida’s hotels rose 17.6 percent in April, the biggest rise among the 25 largest markets in the country for the month, according to an industry report. The revenue mark o
ALBANY, N.Y. - Some New York state lawmakers want to withhold millions of dollars of funding from Penn Station until Amtrak resolves chronic commuter train delays.
Legislation in the Senate would ...
HONOLULU - Scientists have issued a warning that Hawaii faces the threat of serious coastal flooding this week and in June because a rare convergence of rising sea levels and ...
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Georgia's seaports in Savannah and Brunswick are on track to show record growth for the 2017 fiscal year that wraps up at the end of June, the ...
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A small sinkhole has opened on the road just outside President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The Palm Beach Post reports (http://pbpo.st/2rL9SQu ) th
HONOLULU - Hawaii police are investigating a women's fall to her death from the 10th story of a building as a possible homicide.
Witnesses say the woman fell from a Waikiki ......
Okinoshima, in Fukuoka, is only open to a handful of men. The gender restriction stems from folk stories that claimed women were turned to stone if they neared a shrine there.
A newborn Commerson’s dolphin calf died just a few minutes after being born Saturday night at SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquatica water park. The calf had been born to Ringer, a 16-year-old Commerson’s dolphi
MailOnline presents 33 life hacks that cover everything from travel and technology, to kitchen shortcuts and DIY. Running lip balm over a paper cut, for example, will seal it instantly.
For author Wallace Stegner, the West embodied what he called “the geography of promise.” “National parks,” he wrote in 1983, “are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democra
VICTORIA - Mary Ellen Smith appears unannounced at the chamber gates and recounts the historic moment in 1918 when she rose to speak in the legislature as British Columbia's first ...
Officials in Majorca are on a mission to transform the Balearic Islands into a family-friendly destination and limiting the volume of bar music is the latest measure in their efforts to achieve that
An 18th-century Arcadia in rural Devon. A subtropical seaside Cornish fantasy. An Elizabethan manor with a quintessential English garden.
AVONDALE, Ohio - An expanded Gorilla World exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo is scheduled to open in early June shortly after the one year anniversary of the shooting death of ......
These images capture the hellish journeys of workers in cities around Japan, India, China and beyond, who battle their way in and out of the central hubs on a daily basis.
OAKLAND, Calif. - A California museum is exhibiting the photographs of Dorothea Lange, whose work highlighted the lives of impoverished migrants, unemployed labourers and Japanese Americans incarcerat
The nifty compartment pops up from underneath the seat in front and provides each passenger with private storage. It won Airbus' 2017 Fly Your Ideas contest in Toulouse, France this month.
New Yorker Dominic Miglino said his secret was a shot of Remy Martin cognac every morning; while Japanese mother-of-seven Kamato Hongo said: 'Sleep for two days then stay awake for two'.
JERUSALEM -- Israel had been on my bucket list for some time, so when the Air Transat folks invited me to tour that country with a group of Canadian journalists, I didn't hesitate. Israel is a new des
MOSCOW - Relics of Saint Nicholas, one of the Russian Orthodox Church's most revered figures and the inspiration for Santa Claus, are headed to Moscow from an Italian church where ......
The sunny season might be long-awaited by some, but it's not for everyone. MailOnline Travel has rounded up snaps from around the world to demonstrate its comical downsides.
TV presenter Jean Johansson's must-see locations in Finland include Rovaniemi, the home town of Santa Claus and Moomin World in Naantali, based on the stories of Tove Jansson.
Qantas launches its direct service between Heathrow and Perth in March 2018, but you can certainly save a bundle by stopping over with another airline somewhere like Dubai or Singapore.
The Mail on Sunday's Bridget McGrouther boarded a Saga cruise for an island-hopping tour of the Canaries and Madeira, where highlights included the nail-biting Cabo Girao Cliffs Skywalk.
The Mail on Sunday's Cat Ledger took a trip with her daughter Fabiola, who she adopted from Guatemala in 2007, to see its rainforests, volcanoes, Mayan sites and bustling cities.
The Mail on Sunday's Gareth Huw Davis lists the French city's best attractions; from St Nicolas Tower at the old harbour’s entrance to its daily food market and ancient courtyards.
The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor Frank Barrett suggests the Swiss town of Ascona, on the banks of Lake Maggiore, as a great location for hikers looking for a keep-fit holiday.
The Mail on Sunday's Rachel Johnson toured the Portuguese regions of Lisbon and Cascais, where she found an impressive array of edible delights, as well as a very high-tech wine bar.
PILAR, N.M. - New Mexico kayakers, rafters and farmers are taking advantage of heavy snowmelt feeding the Rio Grande.
Hydrologist Royce Fontenot told the Albuquerque Journal (http://bit.ly/2pWFsy7 )
Nevil Dhabhar and his wife, Leeann Pham-Dhabhar, went to Sedona, Ariz., for one week in April. It was their first time visiting, and the couple love nature and hiking. While they were on a trail,
The images were taken by Herbert Ponting who was appointed the photographer for the expedition that resulted in the deaths of Scott and four of his team.