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When Karon Grieve showed up to Glasgow airport on Sunday, she expected her Jet2 flight to Crete to be fairly quiet. It’s the tail-end of the season and... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Before he left the White House, Barack Obama said he planned on taking his wife away on a “very nice... Read More

If you’re already planning to take a trip to Europe this summer, you may want to stop and rethink how you’ll get there.Icelandair announced Thursday it... Read More

You never know what you're going to encounter at the airport, but chances are no one is expecting a Christmas carol-singing robot. That's exactly what... Read More

Art lovers can explore more than dozens of massive and detailed murals lining the streets of Glasglow, Scotland, on the city's new Mural Trail.The trail... Read More

Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person?My answer has always been firm: I am not an inn person. The homey rooms, the... Read More

See Our Guide to Great BritainPlease don’t call it a fascinator!” instructs the avant-garde Scottish milliner William Chambers, proudly showing me a hat... Read More

Top 10 Hotels Overall: City1. Park Hyatt, Milan 98.952. Stafford London by Kempinski 98.403. Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest 98.074.... Read More

To put it into golf terms, the current economic climate is like a long, uphill par four into a stiff wind. Among the almost universally negative effects... Read More

The Castle Course, St. Andrews, Scotland (Public)David McLay Kidd won the coveted design commission to build a seventh course at St. Andrews and was... Read More

Rocky and often forbidding, Scotland is a place where even shepherds' huts are hewn from granite. The dark gray stone lends a stern and brooding... Read More

News on where to stay…what to see…what to buy… In the moonscape that is the Sahara, southern Tunisia's Pan Sea Ksar Ghilane is an oasis within an oasis... Read More

Earlier this year, after a long and bloody battle, the executives at Air France raised the white flag. Faced with a plummeting share of the Paris-to... Read More

SOME PEOPLE ARE BORN HIP, SOME ACHIEVE HIPNESS, and some have hipness thrust upon them. On my first night in Glasgow, I'm hanging out with some... Read More

Travelers are demanding one-of-a-kind experiences, and hotels are answering the call, with rooms that have star-status trimmings. In the Cashmere Suite... Read More

When I was five years old, I thought that Glasgow at twilight was Fairyland—there was so much beauty and, in the twinkling of the green and orange... Read More

My first visit to St. Andrews was in 1988. It lasted all of two hours, and it took me a decade to return. When I finally did, in August of 1998, the... Read More

Lower-priced hotels have long been the realm of Muzak-filled lobbies outfitted with worse-for-wear furniture and industrial carpeting. But the genre has... Read More

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