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Venice denies ban on wheeled suitcases

Venice denies ban on wheeled suitcases

Furore over reported 500 euro fines for rolling luggage prompts denial from city's special commissioner
Dropped beer shatters glass walkway at London's Tower Bridge

Dropped beer shatters glass walkway at London's Tower Bridge

Officials say there was no danger to public after glass panel broke in walkway
Russian tourist fined $24,000 for Colosseum graffiti

Russian tourist fined $24,000 for Colosseum graffiti

Got more money than sense and want to leave your mark on an ancient city? Authorities in Rome have the answer...
Venice to ban wheeled suitcases

Venice to ban wheeled suitcases

Italian city to impose fines after complaints "noisy" luggage is causing damage to historic structures
World's tallest roller coaster set for Florida

World's tallest roller coaster set for Florida

Plans are underway to build the world's tallest -- and quite possibly most terrifying -- roller coaster at an Orlando theme park due to open in 2017
Hotel guests fined for leaving dismal review on TripAdvisor

Hotel guests fined for leaving dismal review on TripAdvisor

Man "couldn't believe the state of the room," which cost $56 a night
Cruise Critic picks top cruise lines of 2014

Cruise Critic picks top cruise lines of 2014

The 7th Annual Cruise Critic Editors' Picks Awards highlight the top cruise lines for North American travelers in 18 categories
Following divine footsteps: An ascent of Sri Lanka's holy mountain

Following divine footsteps: An ascent of Sri Lanka's holy mountain

Joining the ranks of pilgrims tackling Adam's Peak rewards with a spiritual awakening, or at least a stunning sunrise
Norway's cool new passport has a hidden secret

Norway's cool new passport has a hidden secret

Beautifully designed travel document reveals image of Northern Lights when placed under UV light
Wearing pajamas in public: Italy's hamlet hotels

Wearing pajamas in public: Italy's hamlet hotels

New concept offering luxury rooms in ancient dwellings helps spare beautiful villages from falling into ruin
'Walking Dead' in Georgia: Zombie tourism comes to life

'Walking Dead' in Georgia: Zombie tourism comes to life

Are you the butcher or the cattle? Tainted meat-obsessed fans are following the tracks of their favorite "Walking Dead" survivors
Airbus files for 'donut seating' patent on airplanes

Airbus files for 'donut seating' patent on airplanes

Airbus has filed for a patent on a new plane design that would seat passengers in a circle. Miles O'Brien explains
Who owns London's landmarks?

Who owns London's landmarks?

Many of London's most recognizable buildings are owned by foreign investors. Here are eight

Destination Berlin

It's crowded and outdated, but Berlin's hexagon-shaped Tegel air hub has won a place in the city's heart