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Ultimate festive trip: 10 Christmassy hotels in 18 days

Christmas super-fans (with large wallets) can go on a whirlwind trip that takes in hotels in the likes of London, New York and Paris that go the extra mile for the festive season.

Delta flight makes emergency bathroom stop in Montana

A Delta flight from New York City to Seattle had to make a stop in Billings, Montana, on Saturday night after the plane's toilets stopped working and passengers couldn't hold it any longer.

Deliver E: UPS Rolls Out Three-Wheeled eBikes

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Thanks to UPS's revolutionary, zero-emissions eBike, parcel delivery in urban environments like downtown Pittsburgh is going to get a whole lot greener. The post Deliver E: UPS Rolls Out Three-Wheeled eBikes appeared first on WebEco...

Elon Musk's Boring Company releases its proposed LA routes

The main stretch of the tunnel could follow roughly the same path as Interstate 405, potentially stretching about 40 miles north to south to connect Sherman Oaks to Long Beach Airport.

British Airways' crew slammed in customer feedback survey

The feedback is causing anxiety among BA staff, many of whom are on performance-related pay. The Confessions of a Trolley Dolly host said the comments were 'disgusting'.

Critterati in Gurugram is India's first dog hotel

Owners can book their pets in at the Critterati hotel in the Indian city of Gurugram, which is thought to be the first facility of its kind in South Asia, for $70 a night in one of the suites.

Inside world's most expensive hotel room on Lake Geneva

The 12-bedroom penthouse at the Hotel President Wilson on Lake Geneva in Switzerland is also the largest suite in Europe - at 18,000 square feet. Rihanna and Richard Branson are past guests.

The Norwegian hotel 18 miles by ferry from nearest shop

Norway's Fordypningsrommet resort is formed of 'mono-functional' houses - four for sleeping, one for cooking, one is a sauna and one is a bathroom. The cost? £3,000 a week.

Skiers capture a rare sun halo over mountains in Sweden 

The breathtaking clip was captured by skier Ludvig Lundin at the Vemdalen resort in central Sweden, who shared it to Facebook, where over five million visitors viewed the eye-catching distortion.

Walt Disney World's best-kept secrets revealed

Do you know where to take the best photos of Cinderella's castle at Walt Disney World in Florida? Or where to listen to secret phone conversations? We share the park's best-kept secrets.

Stunning Royal Society photos showcase nature's beauty

Polar ecologist Professor Peter Convey took this year's winning image, a shot of icy mountains in Antarctica, during work with the Cambridge-based British Antarctic Survey.

First sighting of 'supermoon trilogy' captured in photos

Nasa has called the incredible global lunar sighting, seen in front of a Statue of Liberty replica in New York, the first in a 'supermoon trilogy' over the next two months.

How 17th century inventors hoped to get to the moon

The first technical reckonings of how to travel to the moon can be found in the 17th century, researchers say, inspired by astronomic discoveries.

Where to sit on a plane if you want the best service 

Air steward ‘Dan Air’, host of the Confessions of a Trolley Dolly website, has offered some insider advice on which seat to book if you want to be on the receiving end of the best service.

Stunning winners of 'Power of Nature' photo competition

The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers' Power of Nature competition winners are in, with jaw-dropping entries from Canada to Nepal.

Royal Clarence Hotel hits back at bad TripAdvisor reviews

Paul Chatwin (pictured) runs the three-star Royal Clarence Hotel in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, and says he is 'fed up' with the argument that the customer is always right.

The 1 Big Reason Kids' Social Skills Are Regressing

Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. If you're the parent of a school-aged child, you've probably noticed a disturbing trend: Kids don't really talk to each other anymore -- not in the traditional sense, anyway. Where we used to race home to call our friends after school, they text or get on Snapchat. Show More Summary

Passengers reveal disturbing things they've seen on planes

Flyers have been revealing some of the most horrifying examples on U.S forum Quora, from strangers putting their feet on the laps of seatmates, with a smile, to projectile vomiting.

Why This Mom Makes Her Kids 'Practice' Opening Their Christmas Gifts

Post by Lauren Levy. Once kids wake up on Christmas morning and see that Santa Claus has stopped by, all hell can break loose. Every family has their own holiday traditions, but when little ones start running for the tree and tearing...Show More Summary

Couple spend 24 hours in bedroom set up in a hotel LOBBY

Couple Bec Ormond and Mike Pinker spent a whole day being a 'live-in luxury art installation' in an open bedroom set up in the public lobby of the Crown Towers hotel in Perth, Australia.

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