Driving up costs: tourists face taxes in Mexico

Simon Calder: Pack extra pounds if you're off to the sun

The man who pays his way

Transfer news: David Moyes considering move for Mehdi Benatia to strengthen Manchester United defence

Roma centre-half could be drafted in this January

Atletico Mineiro forward Ronaldinho (L) celebrates with his teammate Jo after scoring a goal during their semi-final - however it wasn't enough to see them through to the final

Ronaldinho expects World Cup 2014 hopes are over after Atletico Mineiro suffer shock exit from Club World Cup

The Brazilian side were beaten by Raja Casablanca

Gilberto Silva in action for Atletico Mineiro

Arsenal can surprise Bayern Munich in the Champions League, says former midfielder Gilberto Silva

The growing maturity of the younger players has given the Gunners reason to believe that can end trophy drought

The EU is supporting a brutal military occupation in Western Sahara

We cannot tolerate this cruelty and injustice

Marouane Chamakh finally finds the back of the net for Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace 1 West Ham 0: Tony Pulis hopes Marouane Chamakh and fellow strikers can keep Eagles in the Premier League

The former Stoke manager saw his side win his first home game in charge

Travel agenda

From new non-stop flights and 'Place Pins' to photo workshops and air bridges

Silvio Berlusconi: Proof of sex at Bunga Bunga parties ‘not needed to find Berlusconi guilty’

The Milan court that convicted Silvio Berlusconi of paying an underage prostitute for sex at his infamous Bunga Bunga parties has said that proof of intercourse was not necessary to find him guilty.

Travel agenda

From marathon camps in Morocco and Vienna Art Week to visas and personal shoppers

Moroccan roll: A clutch of hens live it up in the riads of Marrakech

A riad - or guesthouse - in Marrakech's old city is the perfect place for pre-wedding pampering

Gurugu Mountain: Where Africa’s economic migrants wait to cross into Europe

Braving razor-wire surrounding the Spanish enclave of Melilla in Morocco is the first step

Farid Mammadov of Azerbaijan came second in this year's Eurovision

Eurovision tightens voting rules to combat bribery after Azerbaijan allegations

The Eurovision Song Contest has introduced new rules to combat bribery after supporters of Azerbaijan’s entry were accused of buying votes at this year’s event.

Deals of the week - Paris, Essaouira, Norwegian coast

Less than £200... Cresta has a trip to Paris, just before Christmas, when the city will be at its festive best. The price of £165pp includes Eurostar from London St Pancras on 13 December with three nights' B&B accommodation at the Ambassade Hotel. Crestaholidays.co.uk

Well-feathered: The exotic open-plan salon at the Peacock Pavilions

B&B and Beyond: Peacock Pavilions, Morocco

The globetrotting owner of this tranquil retreat outside the medina has an eclectic eye for interiors. Sarah Gilbert checks in

Seat of power: the Victoria Inn sits on the Holkham estate

Room service: A Norfolk icon that is easy to digest

The Victoria Inn, Holkham

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