Top three travel destinations for Gourmands If you’re a gourmand looking for the best culinary destinations in the world, here are the top three countries you must consider visiting. Italy – In Europe, it’s often a tough battle between France and Italy. Both offer wonderfully unique and interesting world-class cuisine. However, ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ has [...]
The RAF Museum at Hendon in London wants to lift a sunken Nazi World War II bomber from the depths of the sea, as it might be the last of its kind and it appears to be intact. The Dornier 17 in question was shot down over the English Channel in 1940 while taking part in the Battle of Britain.
For many people New York City is a must see on their travel list, but visiting it to enjoy its biggest attractions might prove a little too expensive. Giving up the plan of going isn’t a solution so why not consider some alternatives? After all, New York City is not all about the Empire State Building, Guggenheim or the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can select only few of the big “touristic stars” of the metropolis and dedicate the rest of your trip to savoring its free attractions. The article is here to present a part of them so get ready!
Many underestimate the value of the Dutch capital of Amsterdam, associating it only with marijuana, the Red Light District and debauchery in general. There is more to it and the article will try to give you an idea about the things you miss when it comes to Amsterdam. With a little “touristic” guidance, visitors can enjoy Amsterdam’s other treats coming in the form of great markets, lesser-known museums and charming bars, cafes and restaurants.
Travel is for everyone and apparently has little to do with age boundaries as 11-year-old Florida boy Nico Saporito proves. After having gone to the Galapagos Islands and the Amazon rain forest, the child has now another reason to boast about his travel experience due to his latest, most challenging expedition that involved climbing to [...]
If you are in the mood to travel to a place with a medieval appearance, Poland is the perfect place to opt for. The Central European country which is bordered by Germany to the west is a wonderful mixture of “old” and “new” elements, with numerous historic sites to visit, but with modern edifices as well, where the tourist can enjoy a meal, drink a coffee, buy a book or perform other recreating activities.
ravelling is a fun, recreating activity that many see as a source of pleasant, unforgettable memories. Nowadays, however, with the course of life getting crazier once you add the natural disasters and the socio-politic outbursts, it has become a sort of risky “hobby” which requires you to include courage in your luggage, besides a camera and touristic maps. So what are journey fans to do? Should they stop travelling? Or should they pick only safe destinations?
Amidst concerns and pain caused by the earthquake-tsunami disaster and the radioactive leaks, Japan has officially entered the season of the blooming cherry trees, a period of the year when the country organizes related festivals that have annually attracted thousands of visitors. However, being given the circumstances, the state’s tourist industry is facing a severe challenge, with travellers being reluctant to visit a country coping with death, destruction and now the dangers of radiation.
What once was just pure fantasy is getting closer to reality every day, as space tourism is no longer taken out of children’s drawings or sci-fi movies, and it is bound to become a common reality in the near future.
As people started to worry about the level of radiation they were exposed to during the new scans at airports, U.S. researchers studied the issue and found that the scanners were an “extremely low” source of radiation exposure, posing no significant threat to people’s health. Their findings were published in the Archives of Internal Medicine on Monday.