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2019 Mustang Bullitt, log car, hot tub on wheels: Barrett-Jackson auction highlights

The first-built model of the commemorative-edition 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt sold for $300,000 for charity to highlight the incredible parade of automotive artistry on auction during the final days of Barrett-Jackson's auction in Scottsdale, Ariz., which wrapped up Sunday. The 2019 Mustang Bullitt, which made its debut last week at the Detroit Auto Show, commemorates the

Her Majesty, 91, and Prince Philip, 96, travelled from London to Norfolk by train, home for Christmas

Her Majesty the queen and husband alight the commercial train unaided. Her Majesty, 91, and Prince Philip, 96, travelled from London to Norfolk by train the day after they hosted the entire royal family for a festive lunch at Buckingham Palace. Flanked by security guards, the Queen, who was resplendent in

The Busiest U.S. Airports At Thanksgiving

Midwest Airport at Chicago After a feast of turkey, stuffing and sweet potato, Americans who had to travel for the Thanksgiving weekend will be thinking about their return trips with a sense of trepidation. Thanksgiving week is one of the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year with the AAA predicting that

Singapore Airlines Unveils Its Plush Hotel Rooms in the Sky

Plush Hotel Rooms in the Sky Carrier’s A380s offer double beds, wardrobes, vanity counters Overhaul based on customer feedback, Singapore Air says In the battle to fill their seats with high fliers, the world’s top airlines are rolling out evermore luxurious options for top-tier travelers. Singapore Airlines Ltd. on Thursday unveiled its first

The World’s Largest Cruise Ship Will Have Robot Bartenders, an En-Suite Slide

Symphony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's newest Oasis-class ship, under construction at the STX shipyard in France. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in 2018. Source: Royal Caribbean   Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas will also feature a 10-story slide and new original entertainment.   It’s not enough to have the biggest boat—you have to