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Food & Wine

Only human: envy exposed.

Worldwide

The seven deadly sins of travel

Travel broadens the mind - and possibly indulges some of our worst traits, as these writers reveal.

Luxe Nomad

A $60 salad? Welcome to the joys of room service

Room service ... the reality doesn't always match the fantasy.

Lee Tulloch I stayed at a reputable Paris hotel where a plate of chopped lettuce with dressing was listed on the room-service menu at $60.

Mama Holiday

The indignity of 'all you can eat'

Child Eating

Tracey Spicer The term 'all-inclusive' makes me think of Homer Simpson at a buffet. There's something gluttonous about it.

Victoria

Southern comforts

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Katrina Lobley enjoys an easy going weekend of sheer indulgence at this South Yarra spa.

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Special features

ACT

Zesty flavours, sleek spaces

Authentic ... Italian & Sons delivers in cool surrounds.

At every level of dining, there are delights to discover, writes Julietta Jameson.

Photo galleries

World's best spots for afternoon tea

Windsor Hotel afternoon tea.

Some of the world's historic grand hotels are renowned for their afternoon teas. Patricia Maunder nominates the best.

Travellers Tips

Switzerland

The ultimate literary lunch

David Whitley saves a pretty penny as he enjoys eating his words at an innovative Geneva cafe.

Argentina

Stuff it, go the whole hog

Steve McKenna loosens his belt for an all-you-can-eat extravaganza in Argentina's wine country.

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Travel News

US Supreme Court: Airline can drop frequent flier

A passenger gets assistance at the Qantas Airlines counter after it cancelled 447 flights affecting more than 68,000 passengers at Los Angeles International Airport in California, October 29, 2011. Tens of thousands of stranded Qantas Airways passengers are pinning their hopes on a government-appointed tribunal on Sunday ordering an end to the industrial action that grounded the Australian national carrier's entire fleet. REUTERS/Jason Redmond   (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)

1:23pm | The US Supreme Court decided unanimously Wednesday that an airline had the right to dump a frequent flier who complained too much.

New Zealand lifts visa ban on Nigella Lawson

10:06am | Nigella Lawson has been granted special permission to work in New Zealand after being blocked from travelling to the United States for using cocaine.

Chhatrapati Shivaji International: Mumbai's new T2 airport terminal doubles as art museum

8:54am | Travellers passing through the new T2 at Mumbai Airport can enjoy a bit of art while they wait for their flight.

Fuel pump fault causes Qantas A380 to turn back mid-flight

GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK 19 Apr | A Qantas flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne was forced to turn back mid-air because of a fuel pump fault.

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