EGYPT. Tired of Tut and Ramses II? Two new pharaonic sites have opened to the public for the first time in the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of the Nile, across from the city of Luxor in Upper Egypt. The tomb of King Tuthmosis IV (reigned 1413-1405 B.C.), discovered in 1903, is one of the largest of the 18th dynasty. The tomb of Prince Ramses Montu-Hir Khobsh-Ef (1137-1117 B.C.), the son of King Ramses IX, was unearthed in 1817.
LONDON. Does the trip to and from Heathrow seem, well, boring? Virgin Atlantic Airways, owned by thrill-seeking...