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There's a rising demand for special service from people claiming allergies. But are these claims real, or just them trying to satisfy their preferences?
More than 100 cockroaches were found on two international flights bound for the southern Chinese city of Kunming.
Not exactly a bucket-list sorta place.
Update. The King just decreed that women will be able to drive. Guess they'll be a bit of 'reeducation' for this cleric.
Pretty geeky info, but fun if you like that sort of thing.
So say the police in Aspen, Colorado, and more surprising is the fact they believe they need to warn residents, and not just tourists.
The pilot has been forced to spell it out to duped observers, posting: "I have to let you know that photo is fake guys, just in case."
As you descend the technicolor stairwell into Robot Restaurant, it's like stepping into an alternate realty.
Learn Mickey's codes before you go.
The Norwegian Air Shuttle passenger hopped off an Edinburgh Airport shuttle bus to run behind the parked plane.
Ah, political corruption. One of the few world-wide phenomenons.
The man who grabbed the microphone at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has been immortalized in a viral video.
The mayor of nearby Invercargill assured people that the post will be changed - although he couldn't confirm when, or by whom.
He has been charged with 286 counts of mischief but no motive for his bizarre crime spree has been revealed.
Drinking three bottles of wine on the cab ride to the airport is no way to start a honeymoon trip, even for Ryanair passengers.
Niu Ba Ba in Taipei sells just eight types of beef noodles, including a $325 bowl of Presidential Beef Noodle Soup.
Inside the once-busy lodgings that have become modern ruins.
A Belgian hotel is offering to rent guests a goldfish to make them feel loved during their stay, at a cost of about $4.16 per night.
They range from drunks to oddball blanket-stealers to a corpse.
Really, just really?!
Why you should never believe photographs.
US$2,900 for a New York - Shanghai flight? I'll call BS on that one by at least one or two orders or magnitude.
The Elephant Car Wash sign in Seattle is probably the biggest and most elaborate such sign left in the US.
Electronic cigarette users who travel should read this before lighting up.
Maybe it's time for a mini-pilgrimage.
During the 15-minute ride, passengers on the Big O can take their pick of hit songs, further proof of the Japanese love of karaoke.
A part of the Bois de Vincennes park in Paris will include a clothing optional area for naturists to explore.
A businessman was "left fuming" after he was asked to pay double after requesting an extra teabag for his "cuppa" on a British Airways flight.
Possibly Delta's new airplane layout?