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The World's Most Dangerous Road

Five Most Dangerous Roads In The World

Do you want to hit the roads? Tourists would like to cruise to find cool sceneries, hidden spots, adventure, and fun. Every year, though, we hear the news stories that the number of people killed on the roads. Mostly, it's the driver's mishaps. But we also have to survey the roads where they travel.

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Times Square Actors

Mickey Mouse Is Charging Tourists $310 For A Photo

Mickey Mouse is charging tourists to take photos with him for $310 in what seems to be a scam in Times Square. While Disney is not behind this rip-off, certainly it was 52-year-old, Lester Mengersen, who made headlines three years ago when he clamored that costumed actors are not bad.

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WORLD'S BIGGEST INFLATABLE: 893FT / 272M Crazy Obstacle Course!

Meet The Beast: World’s Biggest Inflatable Obstacle Course

Do you remember the inflatable bouncer you played, which gives you hours of fun and enjoyment when you were a kid? Now, you can relive those memories when you were a child if you heard of The Beast, the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course for adults.

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WANTED: Absolut Vodka Sensory Expert Who Loves To Travel And Drink

WANTED: Absolut Vodka Sensory Expert Who Loves To Travel And Drink

Absolut Vodka is looking for a new Master Sensory Designer and Strategist with a billion dollar nose just like Per Hermansson, their current sensory designer. The job entails sniffing, tasting and traveling around the world to find new spirits to further improve Absolut's 'existing and future product portfolio.'

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Choristers At Salisbury Cathedral Mark Shrove Tuesday

Pancake Day 2017: Five Countries You To Visit For Pancakes

This year's Pancake Day falls on the last day of February and just in time for Lent. Also known as Shrove Tuesday, people around the world will be "shroving" or "freeing themselves from sin" by munching down indulgent and fatty foods before Ash Wednesday.

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Discover the history in your DNA

Plan Your Vacation With A DNA Kit

There is a particular company that allows you to plan your trip by finding out your ancestral origins and assists you in visiting the places you are from. DNA Unwrapped lets you take a swipe of your DNA in which you can already determine your genealogy up to 80 countries and invites you to visit these regions for yourself.

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Why 80% Of This Island Nation Is Fat

Travel And Eat Healthy At The South Pacific Islands

Community leaders in the South Pacific islands plan to ban all Western junk food to give importance to local, organic products for consumption. The initiative is seen to combat health problems and promote the islands' agricultural lands and natural resources.

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Snow monkeys soak in hot springs of Japan

Monkeying Around: Gorilla Invites You To Travel Uganda, Tinder For Orangutans and More

The tourism industry seems to be 'monkeying around' to boost domestic and foreign visitors in their countries. We have the latest scoop in the animal kingdom and how it can help tourists appreciate both the countries' sceneries and the monkeys roaming there.

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General Scenes of Melbourne As City Named World's Most Liveable City

Solar-Powered Melbourne Trams Seen For 2018

Melbourne is getting a step closer to fulfill its sustainable goals by investing in environmental powered systems in their trams by 2018. This is part of the city's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.

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The Arcade Hotel

World’s First Gaming Hotel in Amsterdam To Reopen In May 2017

When the Arcade Hotel Amsterdam opened last year, owner Daniel Salmanovich couldn't help but smile when his hotel had people wanting what is known as the world's first gaming hotel. It has its doors closed now until it will reopen in May for a much bigger expansion.

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Bacari And Cicchetti: The Venetian Culture Of Aperitifs

Guest Review Awards: People Want Good Sleep

Booking.com unraveled that travelers always wanted to have a nice sleep during their stay in hotels. The Booking.com Guest Review Awards have uncovered that the number one requisite of tourists has always been a comfortable bed for them for them to sleep peacefully with the experience of feeling like home.

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Glenfinnan Viaduct- Scotland

Exploring The Best Routes Of Europe By Train

European trains does not need to be necessarily offer the fastest journeys but offers the most memorable once from side to side.

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Traveling in the most stunning hotels in the world

Swiss Alps Perfect Hotel Room That Has No Walls

People sometimes can't choose whether they want to sleep under the clear sky or the comforts of their own hotel room. One Swiss hotel on the Alps say, "Why not both?"

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Skycamp by iKamper

You Can Now Camp Safely Atop Of Your Car

iKamper has introduced a quite unique tent experience for travelers who wants to sleep in more 'magical way' - on top of their cars.

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Wedding Marathon at World Trade Center

The Choice between Relationship and New Experience, Has Left Majority of Women in Dilemma.

In the midst of all this confusion, there is still some women who give priority to relationship and family, to them traveling the world isn’t necessary if the family is not there.

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