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Anti-tourism campaigners should be careful what they wish for - The Independent
Get some tips from the wardens of places of worship: nothing in shorts gets past the Swiss Guards at the Vatican. When young, thirsty people learn that the police in Magaluf are on their tail, they will migrate to a resort in Greece or Cyprus or.

Simon Calder INFURIATES Jo Wood with flight advice as pair go to war: 'You were late!' -
Furious Jo Wood reveals all about being kicked off an EasyJet flight on Good Morning Britain The Sun.

BA passengers expecting strike delays get luxury upgrade - The Independent
British Airways says ALL passengers will fly despite strike – here's how you can claim up to £530 if yours is delayed The Sun.

Barcelona attack advice for UK tourists visiting the Catalan capital, Cambrils and Spain - The Independent
quot;If you are in, or are planning to visit, an area where an attack has occurred, you should follow any advice from the UK Government and, where necessary, talk to your travel agent, tour operator, airline or other transport provider. "If you change your.

British Airways strike: Everything you need to know about 1 July cabin crew walkout - The Independent
So none of the 1.5 million or so passengers booked to fly on BA to or from Heathrow during the first two weeks of July knows for certain that their plane will take off — though the odds are certainly in favour of travelling as normal. Services a day.

Hurricane Irma: travel implications as storm heads towards Cuba and Florida - The Independent
British Airways is offering a “waiver” to anyone booked to fly to Antigua, St Kitts, Punta Cana, Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos, and Nassau before 10 September. “They can choose to travel to an alternative Caribbean destination or delay the.

Something new for the iweekend: inside i's revamped Saturday paper - iNews
Our new iweekend edition launches on Saturday 30 September. A substantially stronger package, it remains true to i's concise, quality ethos – offering many of the things you have told us you want from a weekend read, without any of the supplements that&nbsp.

Cruise line makes tipping compulsory - unless passengers fill in a form to opt out - The Independent
One of the world's biggest cruise lines has adopted a bizarre strategy over tips for the crew: making a “service charge” appear as a compulsory levy, yet allowing passengers to opt out if they ask. Norwegian Cruise Line automatically adds a service.

London to Sydney non-stop flights could be possible by 2022 - The Independent
As the fare for its first non-stop flight between the UK and Australia rises towards £2,000 return, Qantas is contemplating pushing the boundaries even further – and seriously considering connections from London to Melbourne and Sydney. Since the&nbsp.

Thomas Cook could restart Tunisia package holidays as early as spring 2018 - The Independent
Peter Fankhauser, chief executive of Thomas Cook, said: “The Foreign Office came to the conclusion that it is again safe to travel . We are setting up a really good-quality offer for Tunisia and this is going to take some time. I suppose that we are.

What to expect when you’re write a book
When my husband and I heard a year ago that we were invited to travel to Peru this past summer, I imagined the lead-up to the trip would be a time of perusing guide books, shopping for the right travel gear and some intense immersion in relevant texts (we.

Russia World Cup travel guide: How can I get the best tickets? And what to do when I am there? - The Independent
The 2018 World Cup in Russia presents a unique opportunity to visit the largest country on earth while it is in celebratory mood, hosting the biggest sporting event on the planet. Fifa's Secretary-General, Fatma Samoura, says: “Throughout history, fans.

Flight overbooking: How to avoid getting bumped? Why does it happen? What are your rights? - The Independent
Planes undoubtedly fly fuller, which means that the environmental impact per passenger is reduced. Perhaps the most tangible benefit is that passengers who need to travel urgently are able to buy tickets for a particular departure even if it is.

Shiki-Shima: Is this the world's most luxurious train? - The Independent
The train rolls on through the night to Hachinohe, on the Pacific shore almost at the northern tip of the island of Honshu. Here, oddly, passengers transfer to a different luxury train, the Tohoku Emotion, which has “an open kitchen where you can watch.

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