February 29, 2024 6:12 AM

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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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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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On Trump’s Travel Ban: Scholars, Students Boycott US Academic Conferences

Students and scholars from all over the world are boycotting US-based international conferences after Trump issued a travel ban barring refugees from Muslim countries in entering the United States.

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Airbnb Offers Free Lodging to Travellers Affected By Trump’s Travel Ban

After the travel ban issued by US President Donald J. Trump, migrants and travellers from in and out of America have been stranded for days.

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Low Paying Job Vs. Traveling: Income Is Good, But Travel Is More Important

People looking for work would accept a low-paying job offer if it allows them to travel according to business travel site Booking.com for Business, the global leader in connecting business travelers with the widest choice of places to stay.

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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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Mind-Reading Technology Knows Your Perfect Holiday

Do you know where your next holiday will be? Don't worry, there's a brain reading software that reads your emotions and leads you to your perfect destination.

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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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Project: Time Off, Americans To Participate On National Plan For Vacation Day

Many Americans dream of having to travel and relax all day but only a few get to realize that dream. That's why the people behind Project: Time Off, marked January 31 as National Plan for Vacation Day and encourages everyone to take advantage of their office leaves.

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Dubai Airport’s CEO Bids Support To Trump

The Chief Executive Officer of the Dubai International Airport pledges his willingness to help US President Donald J. Trump.

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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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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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Travel Cheaply With American Airlines Today!

American airlines said that these new fare launched by American Airlines will help American to compete more efficiently with the increasing number of ultra low-cost carriers.

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Barack Obama’s Vacation to Palm Springs in California.

This trip is a thank you sign for support and love during the time Barack Obama (their dad) was a president and to make up for the time he wasn’t there for his family. As it was mentioned by a source that Obama is now looking forward to dedicating his time and resource to his family and make up for all those busy days he had as a president. We can say is a marvelous and well-deserved vacation for the Obamas.

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Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall; The Pinnacle Of Hamburg

Hamburg shows how a different city will weigh priorities differently. One of the richest cities in Europe, it has not hitherto been seen as a top-tier cultural destination. With the Elbphilharmonie, it is showing how a high-tech hall can trigger cultural and social renewal, with delays and cost over-runs overcome by political and popular enthusiasm.

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