Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

May 29, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

Airlines losing more luggage

The rate at which airlines around the world are losing travellers’ luggage is on the rise, a UK-based ...

European rentalnomics

With Europe’s economy struggling mightily, many European owners of second homes are struggling as well. This year, to ...

The word on the road

Thinking of renting a car in Europe? Here are a few things you should know. • In Italy, ...

Berlin, city of brotherly love?

It’s no secret. You walk up to a Berliner and ask for directions, there’s no knowing if that ...

Airlines’ nutty allergy policies

After the CEOs of Air Canada and WestJet were sent more than 1000 letters last month asking them ...

Bardot, Elvis and Mao in Paris?!

For almost 50 years, Paris’ Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais has been a historic venue for as many ...

Give me shelter in TO

The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is running an interesting exhibit on the subject of street art. Housepaint, ...

A winter canopy tour

The Mount Washington Resort in the ski town of Bretton Woods in northern New Hampshire, has a new, ...

Guide to glide

Cross-country skier Jonathan Wiesel’s enthusiasm might better be described as fanaticism. In a new edition of his guidebook, ...

Vacation innovation

A new website called www.RoomOrama.com hopes to create a direct connection between travellers to arrange short-term apartment and ...

Anaphylactic crock

Most major airlines don’t sufficiently protect allergic passengers from nuts, shellfish or other allergens, according to research compiled ...

Pack or rent the skis?

When you head out on your ski or snowboard holiday, make sure you’re aware of the airline’s policies ...

Fresh on the slopes

Fresh on the slopes Coast to coast, Canadian ski resorts have beefed up their offerings, adding hotels, lifts ...

Ancient Irak in London

For historians, what The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart calls the “Messo’potamia” in 21st-century Iraq, stands in stark contrast ...

Boarding — minus the snow

Ever heard of sandboarding? Well, it’s rapidly attracting fans in sandy locales such as Dubai, coastal Oregon and ...