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The RMS Queen Elizabeth II cruiseship will be given a second lease of life after being transformed into a floating hotel by its owners in Dubai.

 
 
Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Loney Planet, talks about his nomadic existence, special places he has visited, and shares a bucket list of destinations.
Long hours, constant travel and business dinners tend to separate you from family. Here are five great getaway ideas.
Government planners had hoped the enormous Ryugyong Hotel would symbolise a resurgent North.
Scottsdale, Arizona has come of age, melding a bygone era of hospitality with a modern aesthetic, against a backdrop of the stunning Sonoran desert.
Although the promised replica of the Eiffel Tower in the southern Indian state of Puducherry never materialised, Dubai claims it will replicate the Taj Mahal by 2015.
 
 
Intercontinental flights can be a drag and even quite uncomfortable. However, with these business class cabins, you are sure of having a happy landing.
When it comes to high-end, luxury travel, charters are the name of the game. Let the good times roll.
Indian supercar owners can now enjoy 'Track Days' at the Buddh International Circuit. Stefan Mucke tells you how to zip around responsibly.
Venture beyond the tried and tired and allow yourself to be wooed by the new meccas of nightlife across the globe.
The City of Nizams, Hyderabad, has made it to Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities for 2013.
Held every November around the time of full moon, the Pushkar Camel Fair is one of India most rewarding travel experiences.
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