Weirdest Hotels in The World

Jules Undersea Lodge Key Largo

When things get tough, well you know what they say, people get weird. So in the spirit of weird and offering something that no one else can offer, hotels all over the world are trying to be the one and only to offer you: The unique. The breathtaking. The most memorable trip of a lifetime. Have they succeeded? Do you want something you’ve never seen before, or do you want something that’s been around for hundreds of years like the Claridges in London, The Ritz in Paris, or the Plaza … More…


Your Best Travel Horror Stories

oh, yeah!

Your Best Travel Horror Stories You’ve written in, you love to tell us and everyone else out there about your worst travel experiences ever. So here are some that caught out eye. Tell us what you think. I am personally fond of #3. 1. Trapped Overnight! In August back in 2009, 47 passengers were forced to stay overnight aboard a regional jet on the tarmac in Rochester, Minnesota. The plane, destined for Minneapolis, was diverted because of thunderstorms. Once landed, passengers were denied access to the airport and forced to … More…


Spanish Strike Called Off

Airport Strike Called Off

Spanish Airport Worker Strike Called Off The strike that threatened to all but stop the busy Spring/Summer travel season has been called off when a tentative deal was made between the Spanish airport authority AENA and the Trade Unions. Around 12,500 airport staff had threatened 22 days of industrial action, beginning in the run-up to Easter, taking a break and then continuing throughout the busy tourist summer season. The walkouts would have forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights to and from Spain, and also flights to Morocco and Portugal … More…


Croatia’s Kvarner Islands

Mali Losinj

In May, This Can Be All  Yours: If you were thinking about going to Spain this spring to stomp on the grounds of Picasso and Miro but were put off by the possibility of an all-out strike by airports across Spain, there’s something else you should try. Croatia. Yes, you heard me right, Croatia. And in particular, the Kvarner Islands. The Los Angeles Times calls these islands the (European) Continent’s Tahiti because the water is so incredibly clean, so blue and pure it rivals the South Pacific in its purity. … More…


Spanish Airports Spring Strikes

runnign with the bulls

Spanish Airport Strikes Could Mean Big Trouble for Travelers Airport workers in Spain have announced their plans to strike on 20 April, just before Easter vacation when many people all across Europe and America take advantage of cheap flights to Spain. And it doesn’t end there. If they do not get what they want, they plan on further walkouts during the May bank holiday and over the busy summer break. Union leaders in Spain are scheduled to meet with the country’s development minister Jose Blanco tomorrow in an attempt to … More…

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