Denise Wyatt

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Many women with early-stage breast cancer can skip chemotherapy: study

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Some 70 percent of women with early-stage breast cancer and an intermediate risk of cancer recurrence can safely skip chemotherapy after their tumors have been removed, U.S. researchers said on Sunday.<p>"This is a major finding," said Dr. Larry Norton, a breast cancer expert at …

Manolo Blahnik's guide to St Petersburg

Master shoemaker Manolo Blahnik marvels at the iconic Russian city and shares his favourite sights to see and things to do in St Petersburg<p>'I feel a …

The best spa hotels in Lisbon

An insider's guide to the best spa hotels in Lisbon, featuring the top places to stay for relaxing massages, beauty treatments, plunge pools, saunas, hammams and whirlpools, in locations including central Lisbon and Belem.<p>Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon<p>Lisbon, Portugal<p>8 Telegraph expert rating<p>Built …

Wimbledon 2017: When does it start, how can I get tickets and how much will they cost?

The British summer will truly begin on Monday 3 July, when the Wimbledon Championships will get underway for the 131st time.<p>World No 1 Andy Murray is …

Your Phone Can Now Translate Japanese Instantly

Learning a new language is hard. And if there's a new alphabet involved—like there is with Japanese for English-speaking travelers—it's even …

Language Learning

Forecast Reveals When to Catch the Cherry Blossoms in Japan This Spring

Each spring, Japan is blanketed in stunning shades of pink thanks to its famed cherry blossoms.<p>It can be a challenge to catch the breathtaking views, …

Top 10: the best Lake Como hotels

The hotels that border Lake Como suit its dignified ambience remarkably well: mostly traditional and family run, a reflection of this romantic, poetic and sunny spot where for centuries aristocratic families, literary figures and celebrities (most famously today George Clooney) have settled in …

Discover South Africa's Under-the-Radar Wine Destination—Franschhoek

The 17th-century town has been perfectly restored<p>In a part of the world not exactly lacking for scenic road trip options, Franschhoek in South Africa’s Cape Winelands region is one of the most beloved destinations. Capetonians hardly need an excuse to make the hour-long drive east for a weekend …

Sights and Bites: What to Eat While Touring Tokyo, Japan

With a cultural map in one hand and a culinary compass in the other, savor the treasured sights, then seek the local bites.<p>From day to night, culture and cuisine come together in tantalizing <b>Tokyo</b>. As you experience stunning shrines and bustling markets, bright lights and big-city skyscrapers, take …

Ultimate South Africa

PIPPA'S ITINERARY<p>Day 1<p>Depart from the UK on an overnight direct flight from Heathrow to Cape Town with British Airways.<p>Cape Town<p>Day 2<p>In just over 11 hours you will arrive in Cape Town (BA flights land between 7am and 11am). Check into Kensington Place, a boutique hotel on the slopes of Table …

Bad hotels: 7 sins hoteliers should avoid | CNN Travel

(CNN) — Hair on the bathroom floor is gross, even when it's your own. When it belongs to a stranger, it's especially skeevy. It's one of those little things that turns happy travelers into disgruntled hotel guests.<p>Anthony Melchiorri has made a career out of taking hotels to task, pinpointing their …

17 Stunning Temples in Japan That Will Have You Buying a Plane Ticket, Stat

This Buddhist temple in Eastern Kyoto is part of a series of monuments in the ancient city that have been dubbed UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For …

Japan dos and don'ts: etiquette tips for first-time travellers

Japan is warm and welcoming to travellers, but its unique culture can be as inscrutable as it is intriguing for the first-time visitor. To help create a faux-pas-free journey, arm yourself with a few of these handy etiquette tips before your trip: from when to bow and take your shoes off, to when …

Japan

Spend The Night In Elizabeth Taylor's Palm Springs Home

The film star's glamorous home is now available to rent for your next California vacation.<p>Elizabeth Taylor: Screen siren, style icon, and purveyor of great real estate. The British-American actress was a major name during film's golden age, scoring lead roles in movies like <i>Cleopatra</i> and <i>Who's Afraid</i> …

In the shadow of Mt Fuji: great trips from Tokyo

Mt Fuji may dominate the horizon southwest of Tokyo, but it is just one of many reasons to stray out of Japan’s exciting capital. The prefectures of Kanagawa, Yamanashi and Shizuoka, which surround the famous volcano, offer visitors an intriguing mix of sights and activities.<p>Kamakura<p>The charming …

Japan

Dine Atop a Waterfall at These 'Kawadoko' Restaurants Hidden in Kyoto's Mountains

Kyoto enchants millions of visitors a year with its unique mix of traditional Japanese shrines and modern hospitality, and its charming sidestreets …

Japan: travelling by train

<b>Sarah Ivan-Duke writes</b><p>Our cruise to South East Asia finishes in Yokohama at the beginning of the Golden Week holidays. Our return flight departs from Tokyo Haneda so we have booked a hotel in Yokohama for four nights before the flight leaves. We would like to visit Hakone, Tokyo and Kamakura by …

The new bullet train to Kanazawa, or ‘Little Kyoto’

A shinkansen bullet train on a test run glides in alongside us,slowing to a halt amid a symphony of mechanical exhalations. Beside me, Noriko Iwata of the local tourist board bristles with excitement. “The shinkansen is a very, very big thing for Kanazawa,” she says with a beaming smile. “When …

Tokyo in spring: best things to see and do

Like everywhere in Japan, spring in Tokyo means <i>sakura</i> (cherry) blossoms. This is an obvious reason to visit, but by no means the only one. There are also traditional festivals, sumo, seasonal delicacies and a whole lot more in bloom in the city's parks and gardens.<p>Bear in mind that spring is the …

Okavango Delta trip planner

Botswana’s Okavango is perhaps Africa’s most aspirational safari destination. But with its 15,000 sq km of sinuous wetlands and raft of remote …

Rembrandt in Holland: getting a full picture of the Dutch Master

Just as the Louvre is defined by the Mona Lisa, and the Prado by Velazquez’s Las Meninas, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has one treasure which draws the crowds above all others – Rembrandt’s Night Watch. This epic canvas has been a national icon since the 19th century: in fact the entire museum …

The Neurochemistry of Positive Conversations

Why do negative comments and conversations stick with us so much longer than positive ones?<p>A critique from a boss, a disagreement with a colleague, a fight with a friend – the sting from any of these can make you forget a month’s worth of praise or accord. If you’ve been called lazy, careless, or a …

A guide to Portugal’s Alentejo region, home of Europe’s finest beaches

Forget Ibiza. Forget the Riviera. In fact, forget the Med altogether. Portugal’s Alentejo region is lined with glorious beaches – but not many people seem to know about them<p>It’s 7pm on a balmy Saturday night in June, and I have just ordered my first Sagres beer in I Cervejaria, a restaurant in …

Lance Armstrong in Purgatory: The After-Life

After a great fall, what do we remember? We remember the cheating, and the lies. We remember the cult of personality that we eagerly embraced, and then felt betrayed by. But what of the man who fell? What about the work he didn't cheat at? What about the 16 years Lance Armstrong spent building a …