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Food & Wine in North America

Weird doughnuts at Gourdough.

USA

Appetite for Austin

Ute Junker Texas' hipster capital is also developing serious culinary cred, writes Ute Junker.

Gourmet travel

Dine-in delights: the world's best hotel restaurants

Las Balsas

Ute Junker When the food matters as much as the rooms, check our list of hot hotels, writes Ute Junker.

Canada

Not your average Joe

The Joe Beef restaurant in Montreal.

Jill Dupleix Joe Beef is putting Canada on the global foodie radar, writes Jill Dupleix.

Canada

And for Cirque's next act ...

Jill Dupleix In Canada's beautiful Charlevoix region, Jill Dupleix takes a gastronomic train to the door of her hotel.

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Photo galleries

World's top 10 party towns

Partygoers at Love Parade street party. Tel Aviv

Lonely Planet names the best cities in the world to party the night (and day) away in.

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.

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Travellers Tips

USA

New York appetites

A New York cocktail.

From culinary genius to classic restaurants to street snacks, Douglas Rogers savours the city's finest dishes.

Tripologist

Apple without the turkey

Tripologist We will be spending Christmas in New York City. We are concerned about how to celebrate Christmas Day.

Map of North America

Travel News

Manila 'world's worst airport': Philippine President Benigno Aquino apologises

Terminal 1, Manila International Airport

10:10am | Air conditioning failures proves why this South-East Asia airport is named the world's worst by online travel guide.

High hopes for Blue Mountains tourism as Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take in the view

DAISY DUMAS | As the Duke of Cambridge peered over a cliff edge at Narrow Neck lookout near Katoomba on Thursday afternoon, there was a reason for his wife's apparent nerves. Unlike accompanying media and the Mountain Youth Services abseiling team, neither the second in line to the throne, nor the duchess, had the comfort of a safety harness.

Australia to see rush of UK tourists after royal visit

17 Apr | Royal visit by Kate, Wills and baby George is drawing UK tourists Down Under.

Missing Malaysia Airlines flight: CNN's MH370 expert sacked over bad clothes

17 Apr | Expert used by CNN for MH370 coverage sacked for 'shaming Canadians' with his dress sense.

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