Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

May 29, 2017

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Travel News

The competition is hot

There’s a reason Italy’s new high-speed train is so sexy. Italo was an initiative between Ferrari chairman Luca ...

Reach for the stars

We know where you can get five-star hotel luxury for under $200 a night and, after a lot ...

Baby boomers wanted

Want to relive your free-and-easy, backpack-toting, summer-in-Europe days minus, maybe, the youth hostels, sleeping bag and bread-and-butter budget? ...

Breathalysers, mais oui!

If you have a trouble putting the brakes on your Bordeaux drinking on your next trip to France, ...

Coasting through Wales

Six months ago, Lonely Planet released its list of the top 10 travel regions for 2012. At the ...

France’s fortress of art

The Musée Toulouse-Lautrec in southern France is housed in a 13th-century fortress that was built by local Albi ...

The house that Ferrari built

The new, $25-million Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari sits next to the two-storey house and workshop that Enzo Ferrari’s ...

1902 meets 2012

Housed in a 1902 building and modeled after a 15th-century Venetian palazzo, Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum just ...

A museum on wheels

The Henry Ford Museum’s new 7400-square-metre exhibit Driving America opened in Detroit in January. It features 130 vehicles, ...

Join the mob

Vegas’ Mob Museum opened on February 14, Valentine’s Day, not to create a sort of love-war dichotomy, but ...

Air Miles: use ’em or lose ’em

It’s time to book a trip to as far away as your Air Miles will take you. As ...

Go hog wild

Harley-Davidson wants you to head out on the highway with their Authorized Tours. Organized by 11 independent tour ...

NYC’s hot new ride

Will yellow NV200 minibuses become as iconic as NYC’s yellow Crown Victoria cabs have? We’ll soon find out. ...

The chosen ones

You should check out TripAdvisor before you book your next hotel. “The world’s largest travel site” just announced ...

The stuff of legends

BBC Radio and London’s British Museum probably had no idea that 15-minute, five-day-a-week radio segments on the history ...