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Homedit

<i>app-facebook</i><p>Homedit<p>about 3 years ago<p>Modern Rectangular House Impresses With A Splendid Architecture And Interior Design<p>With a bold façade and large …

Modern Rectangular House Impresses With A Splendid Architecture And Interior Design

This residential project was recently completed by D4 Designs, a multi-award winning design practice founded in 2000 by Douglas Paton. With a bold …

Interior Design

Norway's stunning landscapes in summer – in pictures

From sheer-sided fjords and rugged mountains offering world-class hiking to wooden fishing villages, Norway is famous for its dramatic landscapes – and in summer the sun never really sets<p>• Read more in tomorrow's Guardian Travel Scandinavian special

How to explore the world by cruise ship

For many people the mere mention of the word 'cruise' can evoke cringeworthy images of forced fun and chintzy cabins, but boat trips can be a thrilling way to see the world – it just depends on the cruise you choose.<p>Feel the local rhythm on a freshwater cruise<p>Feel the pulse of India by cruising …

Inside Greece's ghost airport

No passports, more turbulence and standing cabins – 18 ways flying is going to change

Flying could be very different in the future... here's what you could expect to see in 5, 10 and 50 years time.<p><b>Within five years...</b><p>The end of passports<p>Facial recognition technology is making great gains. A British company is planning on installing biometric tunnels at Dubai International Airport …

Chris Grayling

If you've ever dreamed of owning your own private island, now is your chance: Isola di Mal Ventre, a few miles off the north east coat of Sardinia, has just gone on the the market for a mere &euro;1.5 million. The 200 acre Mediterranean

If you've ever dreamed of owning your own private island, now is your chance: Isola di Mal Ventre, a few miles off the north east coat of Sardinia, …

Skip the hotel, stay in a horse

Three sites specialise in finding alternative accommodations around the world, including a giant Trojan horse in Belgium, a former radar tower in Panama and a desert cave in Australia.<p>A family-size tree house in French wine country; an igloo in the Swiss Alps; a hotel located 21ft under the sea in …

European Travel

Planes almost collide in dramatic runway near-miss at Barcelona airport

This is the terrifying moment two passenger jets came seconds from crashing into each other at Barcelona airport<p>The heart-stopping moment two <b>passenger planes</b> avoided a catastrophic collision was caught on camera on Saturday.<p>Footage shows a Boeing 767 from the Russian airline UTair coming in to land …

Floating Over Bora Bora

DJI Phantom Quadcopter Review<p>I’m putting together the beginnings of a DJI Phantom Review here on the site. I’m adding the specifics of my setup as …

Seine river cruise: seduced by the Seine

There comes a time in a man’s life when he’s ready for a river cruise. He’s outgrown aspirations to row the Atlantic, sail after Thor Heyerdahl or even kayak very far. Arctic waters harbouring polar bears (as seen on TV) sound cold, and Caribbean cruises like Las Vegas afloat. So… to the river, …

On board the 'budget' flight to New York: blankets cost $5, water $4 and you have to book nine months in advance

Norwegian’s new budget flights to New York, Los Angeles or Fort Lauderdale began from London Gatwick last week.<p>Other budget airlines, including Ryanair, have previously spoken about plans to go transatlantic but have yet to follow through.<p>Will Norwegian be the first successful attempt of the</b> …

Shakes on a plane: remote, unusual and downright scary airports

To mark Lonely Planet’s sponsorship of the iconic 1917 Curtiss JN-4 ‘Flying Jenny’ Biplane’s commemorative air tour this summer we’re exploring the history of aviation and its continued impact on travel. You can find out more about the Jenny’s progress around the USA, and the history of this …

Best hangover foods from around the world

It’s 10am and you vaguely recall last night involved small glasses of something resembling vodka standing to attention on the bar as you slid off your stool and into a roller coaster dressed up as a taxi and the coffee you just ordered tastes like brown water and you can’t find your sunglasses and …

Cavallo, the Mustique of the Med and Europe's best kept secret

New Mediterranean islands are hard to come by these days. Yet here I am on a sequestered patch of sumptuous rock slap bang in the middle of the Med that I’m guessing you’ve never heard of. It’s called Cavallo. Thought as much.<p>Even less likely is that you have been here – unless you’re a yachtie or …

Catherine Deneuve

Secret Mediterranean islands where you can escape the crowds

There are more than 200 islands in the Med, yet 90 per cent of tourists stay on just 10 per cent of them. We’ve rounded up six lesser-known isles worth seeking out if you’re looking for a little peace and quiet.<p><b>Pantelleria, Italy</b><p>Boat at sunset by Luca Volpi. CC BY-SA 2.0.<p>Closer to Tunisia than …

Abandoned Places: 19 eerie photos of a world left behind

Charles de Gaulle

10 of the best budget hotels in Budapest

Budapest has plenty of cheap hostels, but for a more stylish stay in the Hungarian capital you can book a design hotel for under £100 a night<p>Budapest is buzzing right now. It's not just one of the most affordable destinations in Europe but has brilliant nightlife – from the famous ruin pubs to the …

Glassholes accused of hurting restaurant's ratings

Feast restaurant in New York gets a slew of one-star reviews on Google after one customer is asked to remove her Google Glass.<p>Though Google didn't itself invent the word "Glasshole," it has embraced it.<p>It has pleaded with its own Google Glass Explorers not to behave in rude ways. It's not that …

What Innovation Should Shape Transportation in the Future?

omorrow's drivers will be quite different from the motorists who are crowding highways today.<p>Young people are driving less than teens did a generation ago, and they are delaying getting drivers' licenses, a number of recent studies have confirmed. (See related story: "Four Theories Why Teens Drive …

Innovation

Nightmares? control your dreams... with electric current

Researchers in Germany develop a way of enabling sleepers to control their dreams by applying electric current to the brain<p>Sweet dreams are made of this – electric currents pumped directly into your brain, claim scientists.<p>Researchers in Germany have developed a way of enabling sleepers to control …

Consciousness

Top 10 extraordinary places to stay in 2014

Think back to where you stayed on your last trip. Was it simply a place to rest your head, or did it immerse you in local colour, surround you by wildlife and fire your imagination? We asked Lonely Planet’s authors and editors to nominate the most extraordinary hotels and hostels around the world. …

Characterful Majorca hotels: The Fab Five

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Hospitality

Five of Portugal's best surf lodges

Portugal has one of the best surfing scenes in Europe – and some great surf pads too, from a cottage in a former derelict village to a town-centre party house<p>Lisbon Surf House<p>An elegant 18th-century house that once belonged to a count of Cascais, the Surf House has polished wooden floors, high …