Pet owners agree that four-legged companions are special members of the family, so when we take a trip away, it’s only natural we want them with us.
Beaches, wetlands, wildlife sanctuaries, spas and heavenly tearooms – The Palm Beaches in Southeast Florida have it all, as Gayle Ritchie discovers
When she was about 11 years old, Stacy Cohen sat outside her family home and watched in wonder as a line of dishevelled teenagers and musicians shambled passed.
Scotland's tourism industry is "gazing over a cliff", an expert has warned, with an "acute" shortage of migrant workers just one of the problems the sector is facing.
Whether you are an art lover or you don’t know your Van Gogh from your Vermeer, Amsterdam truly is a blank canvas these days.
Scotland is looking to muscle in on the trend for "hygge" imported from Denmark - with its own version called "cosagach".
I remember watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s at such a young age, Audrey Hepburn standing there all elegant and glamorous eating a croissant and holding a cup of coffee and I always thought dining in Tiffany’s, that would be something… well now you can.
Sometimes the magic of the festive season takes over and we just can’t get enough of the Christmas spirit.
On November 30, British Columbia will introduce a ban on the trophy hunting of grizzlies. Sarah Marshall ventures into the Cariboo Mountains to meet Gary Zorn, an ex-hunting guide who pioneered bear tourism in the province.
I’m with Samuel Johnson on London. He famously quipped “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. I’d be more inclusive and extend this to woman and children too. I did just that recently when I headed back with my family to the capital to savour the blend of old favourites and new attractions that make London such a compelling destination.