New York’s Brooklyn Bridge and China’s Lupo Bridge are amazing feats of engineering, but many of the world’s most awe-inspiring bridges were crafted by Mother Nature herself. Read the whole story at weather.com FOLLOW GREEN...
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LOOK: The World’s Most Magical BridgesThe stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life — and your well-being — off course. GPS For The Soul can help you find your...
The legendary Hanging Gardens of Babylon are exactly that: legendary. And they may not have been located in Babylon. The gardens, famous as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, were, according to Stephanie Dalley, an Oxford University Assyriologist, located some 340 miles north of ancient Babylon […]
World’s coolest ferris wheels The classic wheel climbs to new heights Young Thais are drawn by the big city lifestyle Experience the country’s varied offerings One of Europe’s most dynamic metropolises Crowds are thinning for the famous spectacle Check in as married, check out as single Bean paste sweets, […]
Iceland’s Cinderella story The country is on the brink of transformation International hospitality from Iceland to Bosnia Book a room fit for a king or queen Home to the unique Thornicroft’s giraffe A modern European capital with cultural cache A modern, rapidly-growing Asian commercial hub In Cork, good food […]
Somewhere in the United States, there are places waiting to be discovered this summer — jagged mountain peaks, roadside diners with heaps of eccentric flair and candy-coloured beach coves that cry out for skinny-dipping adventures. But most major road trip-planning tools, such as AAA , Google Maps and Mapquest […]
Ultimate Adventure Bucket List 2013 — National GeographicTwenty of our esteemed Adventurers of the Year share the wildest dream trips they’ve ever had-a dazzling list of feats around the globe. For the rest of...
Photograph by Mark Crosse, Fresno Bee/MCT/Getty Images California’s side-by-side, southern Sierra Nevada national parks—Sequoia and Kings Canyon—collectively are known as the “land of giants.” And for good reason: Everything here is super-duper-size, from 14,494-foot Mount Whitney (tallest mountain in the lower 48 states, partially located in Sequoia) to the […]
If you’ve got “See the northern lights” on your bucket list, you may want to start planning a trip to Swedish Lapland later this year because your chances of catching the aurora borealis are pretty high. NASA is predicting that the strongest solar explosions of the last decade (called “ […]
Exploring the food capital of IrelandNot only does Cork revel in its reputation for fine food and drink, the city also regards itself as the country’s only genuine guardian of Celtic culture. via Bbc
Living in: Cities known for art and cultureFive urban areas where the creative spaces and innovative atmosphere benefit locals and visitors alike. via Bbc
World’s most unusual townsFrom a circus-centric Florida community to an English high street near Shanghai, these five places are keeping it weird. via Bbc
Living in: Cities with great foodFrom Tokyo to Lyon, these five cities are known for their sheer abundance of quality restaurants and their access to local produce and specialties. via Bbc
Epicurean Slovenia makes its markFrom the capital’s cafe-kissed streets to the coast’s waterfront restaurants, this emerging nation is developing a culinary scene to match its Mitteleuropa neighbours. via Bbc
10 Things To Try On Your TripAdvisor City Guides App – TripAdvisor BlogSo you’ve downloaded the free TripAdvisor Offline City Guides app and you’re ready for your vacation to that far off land. But...
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See on Scoop.it – Good Places As the gateway to a city or country, airports are often striking works of architecture. Here are ten of the best from around the world. See on www.usatoday.com