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Secrets held in stone lips

Secrets held in stone lips

Easter Island offers many mysteries, from its famous giant statues to poorly marked roads and museums

Fare-hike attempt fails

The latest attempt by airlines to raise fares has collapsed. Delta Air Lines said Thursday that it rolled back an increase of $4 to $10 per round trip on many U.S. routes. Delta had raised prices to match a hike by United Airlines.

Edward hopper exhibit on in Paris

A major Edward Hop-per retrospective in Paris reveals that the 20th-century painter famed for his rendering of American life drew inspiration from France.

Dali collection on display in Florida

In 1925, a young Salvador Dali dabbled in cubism and painted in abstract black, white and grey. He also painted a scene that he called Desnudo en el Agua (Nude in the Water), which gives an inkling of the surrealist genius to come.

Get your bags delivered

American Airlines' bag delivery service is one of the best new airline perks around, says Travel and Leisure magazine. For $29.

New York amusement park to add small water park, lawn

Private operator to take over public facility that is a registered historic place

Another golden age for Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a laboratory of progressive living and tolerance, bottled inside Europe's most 17th-century city. Like Venice, this city is a patchwork quilt of canal-bordered islands, anchored upon millions of wooden pilings.
Stingray city tops trip's magic moments

Stingray city tops trip's magic moments

New Disney cruise uses Texas port to offer quick access to Western Caribbean wonders - both on land and at sea
Tours on segways are latest resort trend

Tours on segways are latest resort trend

Some couples celebrate their anniversary with a horse-drawn carriage ride. Others rent a romantic cabin in the woods. A few even jet off to Las Vegas and renew their vows in front of Elvis.
Museum built for ABBA

Museum built for ABBA

A travelling ABBA exhibit is to get a permanent home in a new museum dedicated mostly to the Swedish quartet that has sold nearly 400 million records since its heyday in the 1970s.