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IcelandAir Debuts Stunning Safety Video

Icelandair has joined the pack of airlines putting time and energy into their safety videos. (Click here for our slideshow of some of the best.) Unlike the humorous approach taken by the likes of Delta and Virgin America, this almost three-minute-long video is like a love letter to Iceland as a destination, following a traveler camping out to see the Northern lights, hiking across the country’s varied terrain, and kayaking the Fjadrargljufur gorge. Safety procedures are seamlessly drawn on top of the visually beautiful shots.

Brooke Porter
Brooke Porter Katz is an Associate Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @brookeporter1.

A Weekend Trip Around the World

Around the world in a weekend—why not? UK-based Austravel is offering package tours that leave London on Friday, take you to Australia, and have you back for work in London by Tuesday morning.

Launching the Travel + Leisure Quick Tips Video Series

Today, we’re excited to launch the Travel + Leisure Quick Tips video series. Each week, we’ll offer ideas for how to travel better, from where to dine in London to the best rain gear for your travels. Want to save money when you hit the road? Our weekly series tackles affordable travel, too, with tips straight from Travel + Leisure editors.

Watch now and don’t miss an episode: New videos with insider travel ideas and inspiration are released each Monday on travelandleisure.com/video. For alerts and video updates, sign up for our Just In newsletter or subscribe to the Travel + Leisure YouTube channel.

Frontier's Fees, Google's Self-Driving Cars, and a Bikini Ban in Mallorca


The Travel + Leisure weekly news round-up includes the latest airline to introduce new add-on fees, Google’s update on self-driving cars, a possible bikini ban in Mallorca, and some of the best places to celebrate Bike Month.

T+L Travels to the 2014 Boston Marathon

T+L's Peter Schlesinger reports from Boylston Street, in Boston, along the route of the annual marathon. The Patriots' Day event had special meaning for the 36,000-plus athletes this year.

 

Video: Man Freed 24 Years After In Prison Had Legit Disney World Alibi

New Las Vegas Ad Targets Gay Couples...Almost



A new ad for Las Vegas targets gay couples...almost.

The clip, released this week and scheduled to air nationally, portrays a straight couple checking in to their Sin City hotel. The woman leaves to freshen up just as another man shows up to the front desk, at which point a receptionist asks whether the two gentlemen are ready to check in. A quick, knowing glance at each other and both men nod yes, queueing the iconic slogan, "What happens here, stays here."

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Video News Update: Disney, Airbnb & the Four Seasons Restaurant

In this week's travel news round-up, Disney launches its smart travel app, Airbnb is on the rise for business travelers, and we recap the controversy over the Picasso curtain at the Four Seasons Restaurant, New York.

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TBT: Badrutt's Palace Hotel, St. Moritz 1930

It's Throwback Thursday, and with freezing temperatures still gripping much of the country, it seems only fitting to look back at one of the world's top winter destinations—St. Moritz, Switzerland. This 1930 video from the iconic Badrutt's Palace Hotel has us ready to hit the slopes in style.

Who can blame a woman for doing yoga in heels (see 0:37) when she's staying at the classiest hotel in the Alps? Badrutt's Palace has just the kind of atmosphere that makes morning back bends an excuse to feel fancy.

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New Visit Britain Tourism Video Hits all the Right Notes



This YouTube clip from VisitBritain.com is too good to skip through.

If you're like me, you watch the timer count down until you can skip the disruptive advertisement and get to the video you actually want to watch. Not so with this new ad.

From the tea pouring and the crispy papadum to the taxicabs tooting their horns in an oh-so polite way, the video smartly showcases the diverse sounds of Great Britain—hitting all the right notes along the way.

Peter Schlesinger is a research assistant at Travel + Leisure and a member of the Trip Doctor news team. You can follow him on Twitter at @pschles08.

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