HindustanTimes Thu,24 Jul 2014

Paris hotels allow guests to 'pay what you want'

Five Paris hotels have launched a scheme allowing guests to "pay what you want" in an experiment that may be extended if successful. The scheme will run until August 10, but the owners are bullish about the prospects and confident that clients will not abuse the scheme.

Three London offerings to keep art-lovers busy

You might not think of London as a summer destination but the city empties out in August, leaving plenty of space to browse its street markets, check out its galleries and unwind on its roof terraces. We tell you where to splurge, what to see and even sleep.

Fall in love with the best waterfalls in India

At this time of the year,with monsoon finally having set in, multiple waterfalls sprout at every other corner of the country.We pick some must-see ones from across the country that become major tourist attractions during the wet season.

World Cup visitors happiest with friendly Brazilians, food

Visitor surveys revealed that foreign tourists were overwhelmingly impressed with friendly Brazilians, giving them a 98% approval rating, and their cuisine, giving the food a 93% approval rating.

Australia the top dream destination: travel survey

Maybe it’s because the island country is so far for so many of us. But according to the results of a recent survey, if money and time were no object, travelers would choose to flock to Australia over any other country.

Go the Scot way in Glasgow, Scotland’s creative capital

With the Commonwealth Games around the corner (July 23 to August 3), this trip could give you a chance to indulge in Scottish delights. Think thumping live-music, art and theatre, an invigorating mix of entertainment and culture filling the streets and stages of Glasgow.

With the rains making a comeback, head for a fall

Multiple waterfalls sprout at every other corner of hill stations. We pick some must-see ones from across the country that become major tourist attractions during the wet season.

Restaurant with Anglo-Indian flavour voted best in Britain

Add a dash of spice, stir it with ingredients grown in Britain and slow cook it with an ambience in tony Mayfair that reminds one of the colonial days in India, and you get a recipe for a restaurant that must win awards in a Britain hooked on tingly ‘desi’ food.

Monsoon special: chasing the rains in remote India

Abandon your city and its overwhelmed sewers this season. Go where you'll fall in love with the monsoon again. Brunch got a panel of four travel bloggers and photographers to show you the way.

Museum of Sex gets New Yorkers in the mood

A flirty exhibition inspired by the naughtiness of an old-fashioned British or French funfair, is a hit attraction in New York this summer. Visitors are flocking to the Museum of Sex to jump up and down on giant inflatable breasts among other mildly titillating and fun things.

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