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Past articles by Jennifer:

Hotel in Italy builds 10 extra suites that are perched on three-metre-high stilts

The treehouse-style add-ons are part of the Parc Hotel Florian in the Alpine village of Siusi allo Sciliar, with each suite boasting a hot tub and magnificent views of South Tyrol. → Read More

Hotel workers of Reddit reveal the weirdest things left behind by guests, from guns to porn movies

Hotel staff took to U.S site Reddit to share their discoveries of strange and sometimes sinister items left behind by hotel guests. Read on to go through the keyhole... → Read More

Worth a shot! The Mexican train that offers unlimited tequila cocktails

It's called the Jose Cuervo Express and runs from and to the city of Guadalajara. And for those with a top price ticket there's the chance to sample a posh tequila served in a champagne flute. → Read More

Italy: The amazing Santuario Madonna della Corona church is built into the side of a cliff

The Santuario Madonna della Corona is built on a thin shelf of rock on Mount Baldo above the valley of the River Adige in northern Italy. It is a popular place for pilgrims, drawn in by its stunning views. → Read More

Croatia holidays: The island monastery that is now a hotel reminiscent of a Game of Thrones set

Guests can enjoy 'unique suites filled with rare pieces of art' and relax in an 'ancient medicinal garden' at the property, which sits right next to the glittering Adriatic Sea on Croatia's Lopud island. → Read More

Fascinating photos taken around the world capture abandoned remnants of bygone times

The ghosts of bygone times lie all around us. And here we present fascinating photos of them - pictures of abandoned buildings, boats, bridges and more that link the present with the past. → Read More

Auckland is named world's most liveable city for 2021 while London and New York fail to make top 50

Researchers from the Economist Intelligence Unit assessed 140 cities across the globe and scored them on stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructure. → Read More

Los del Rio celebrate 25 years of Macarena storming the charts by becoming hosts on Airbnb

The Spanish pop duo, Antonio Romero Monge and Rafael Ruiz Perdigones, will host four guests for a two-night stay at a villa in Andalusia close to the city of Dos Hermanas. → Read More

Orkney is voted the best Scottish island followed by Shetland and Harris in a ranking by Which?

While Scotland's waters are home to approximately 800 islands, Which? Travel readers ranked 14, highlighting how undiscovered and uninhabited many of them still are. → Read More

Winning photos in the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021 contest, judged by Shannon Elizabeth

The Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2021 contest attracted 8,000 entries from across the globe. The winning image was snapped by Canadian photographer Thomas Vijayan. → Read More

Trash talk: Floating island resort that will be made from Indian Ocean GARBAGE is unveiled

The artificial island, called the Recycled Ocean Plastic Resort, will be located off the coast of remote Australian territory Cocos (Keeling) Islands and could be accepting visitors by 2025. → Read More

Pilots and flight attendants reveal how passengers get on their nerves

A recent lively discussion on a U.S forum in which pilots and flight attendants listed their gripes with passengers serves as a warning not to see the flying experience through rose-tinted spectacles. → Read More

Heathrow's Covid safety rating is upgraded from three to FOUR stars by Skytrax hygiene audit team

The UK-based air transport rating agency says it has boosted Heathrow's rating to reflect 'many improvements to the hygiene, safety and cleanliness protocols at the airport'. → Read More

British airline pilot Lee Mumford takes off on Instagram thanks to images he snaps on his travels

An airline pilot for six years, Briton Lee Mumford, who lives in Hong Kong, knows his way around the controls of a plane. And these pictures show that he's got to grips with cameras, too. → Read More

British Airways unveils new 'Forty Winks' lounge at Heathrow that features free power-nap sleep pods

The pods are available in British Airways' Terminal 5 Galleries First Lounge, which is currently open to all lounge-eligible customers, including those travelling in Club World (business class). → Read More

Disneyland Paris will reopen on June 17 boasting a new attraction based on the Cars animations

The French resort has been closed since October and was also shut from March to July 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic. On June 21 it will open Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel. → Read More

Avanti West Coast launches premium economy service on the West Coast Main Line

The new class is initially only available to buy as an upgrade on the day of travel on the West Coast Main Line. Prices depend on the length of the journey, ranging from £15 to £30. → Read More

The 25 'most picture-perfect hotels in the world' in the 2021 Tripadvisor Travellers' Choice Awards

It doesn't get much more insta-worthy than this. These are the 25 most photogenic hotels in the world, ranked in order of gorgeousness in the 2021 Tripadvisor Travellers' Choice Awards. → Read More

The Algarve in green-listed Portugal is the cheapest Eurozone destination for British holidaymakers

Bulgaria, currently on the government's 'amber light' list, is the destination where holidaymakers will find the lowest prices overall, according to a new report. → Read More

From Scarborough to Brighton, England now has more Blue Flag beaches than Cyprus

This year, a total of 77 English beaches have been awarded Blue Flag status - up from 71 in 2019 - with those at Brighton, Skegness and Carbis Bay all retaining the coveted accolade. → Read More