Tallest waterslide in America that measures a staggering 145ft is opening Memorial Day weekend – and it looks absolutely terrifying

By Sadie Whitelocks For Dailymail.com Published: 15:03 BST, 24 May 2024 | Updated: 15:27 BST, 24 May 2024 This attraction is certainly set to make a splash. America’s tallest waterslide is slated to launch this Memorial Day Weekend at Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin. Called The Rise of Icarus, the towering ride measures a staggering … Read more

Frontier Airlines CEO said passengers abuse airport wheelchair service

Frontier Airlines plane seen at Cancun International Airport. On Wednesday, December 08, 2021, in Cancun International Airport, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Artur Widak | Nurphoto | Getty Images The 1986 Air Carrier Access Act requires airlines to provide a wheelchair for passengers with disabilities at the airport. The problem, though, is that many travelers are … Read more

I bought a house for one euro and I’m happier than I’ve ever been. When I sit on the balcony in Sicily, I feel like I’ve won the lottery of life. Here’s how you can do it too…

‘Where in the world can I buy a house for under £5,000?’ Not expecting a great deal, that was the question I idly typed into the Google search engine a couple of years ago. To my surprise, the answer was quite a few places. But amid the myriad adverts suggesting cheap apartments everywhere from Bulgaria … Read more

You’ve been eating eggs and soldiers all wrong! Etiquette expert William Hanson reveals how to consume the tricky breakfast favourite gracefully

By Ted Thornhill, Mailonline Travel Editor Published: 13:44 BST, 25 May 2024 | Updated: 13:47 BST, 25 May 2024 Eggs and soldiers is a popular breakfast dish around the world – but one that, unfortunately, you’ve been eating all wrong. You’ve probably been left shell-shocked by the debris field you’ve created while tackling it. Heed … Read more

Morgan Stanley’s top travel stocks this summer

Americans might be watching their spending amid persistent inflation, but it’s not deterring many of them from traveling this summer — especially those with higher incomes. Morgan Stanley and AlphaWise polled about 2,000 U.S. consumers in May and found that 60% of consumers are preparing to take a summer trip. Among consumers who earn between … Read more

Save on Business Travel for Life This Memorial Day with an $80 Deal

Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. Growing businesses around the world rely on traveling salespeople and representatives to fuel expansion. For those in the … Read more

I’m a wildlife expert and my commute is taking two steps into a rainforest. This is what it’s like living in a jungle and why I love it (despite the venomous centipedes and cobras)

As commutes go, it doesn’t get much easier. Wildlife expert Ganyah Goldstein’s ‘office’ is just two steps into the rainforest from her research camp. The 24-year-old qualified as a wildlife biologist from the Royal Veterinary College of London in 2023 and has spent the past few years living in remote areas of the globe, researching … Read more

Resort day passes offers travelers luxury on a budget

Avid traveler Lora Bowler is cutting back on vacation spending. That doesn’t mean she’s skipping the resort. The New York resident said she spent more in 2023 than she had expected to, including on travel, and is now reining in her expenses. She uses travel hacks and benefits to cut some of the cost, and … Read more

Inside easyJet’s new control centre and discovering there’s less chance of a cancellation if schoolkids are on a plane, how Brexit has made delays more likely – and we try scheduling flights for a day…

Budget airline easyJet, which operates 1,950 flights every day in peak season, opened its brand-new Integrated Control Centre (ICC) this week – and we had a sneak peek behind the doors. Those inside manage 340 aircraft and make the big decisions about who to delay – and which groups receive maximum protection from disruption, such … Read more