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Philadelphia: Home of Urban Adventure?

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Adventure | Comments Off

Philadelphia, home to the Philadelphia Phillies Major League Baseball team, gets more than 40 million visitors a year. Apart from the more immediately popular attractions, such as Independence National Historical Park, the Liberty Bell Center and Philadelphia Zoo, the city is also rich in strange and quite unusual attractions for connoisseurs of the bizarre. Visitors looking for the weird and wonderful can take in the likes of the Masonic Hall and Eastern State Penitentiary along with numerous other odd locations.

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Natural Flaming Stones – Chimaera, Turkey

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Weird | Comments Off

Yanarta (flaming rock) is the Turkish name of a geographical feature near the Olympos valley and national park in Antalya Province in southwestern Turkey. The location is 80 km southwest of Antalya. It is the site of dozens of small fires which burn constantly from vents in the rocks on the side of the mountain.

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Sailing in the shadow of the pirates: planning the ultimate Caribbean tour

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Adventure | Comments Off

It might just be possible that a regular cruise goer has never set sail on a ship that has toured the Caribbean, yet there are plenty of reasons why this area of the world is one of the most popular cruise ship destinations.

carribeancruise Sailing in the shadow of the pirates: planning the ultimate Caribbean tour

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SS Ayrfield – Floating Forest

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Weird | Comments Off

Homebush Bay in Sydney is a must visit for all those who crazy ones who love those spooky structures. There are 4 main shipwrecks to be spotted in Homebush Bay. One such ship was the SS Ayrfield, a 1,140-tonne behemoth built in 1911 as a steam collier that was later used during WWII as a transport ship. In 1972 it was brought to Homebush Bay to be dismantled, but fate would decide differently.
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State Farm Promotes “Celebrate My Drive” And Travels with The Band Perry

Posted by on Aug 12, 2014 in Travel Tips | Comments Off

State Farm, one of the most renowned car insurance providers in the U.S., has made the decision to form a program to advocate driving safety. One of the most common causes of deaths for teenagers is automobile accidents.Young drivers are now shown by the State Farm Celebrate My Drive program the proper usage of 2n2. 2n2 stands for “two eyes on the road and two hands on the steering wheel”. Sadly enough, some drives do not focus on the road and instead talk on the phone or fall asleep behind the wheel.

 State Farm Promotes “Celebrate My Drive” And Travels with The Band Perry

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Dead Sea Sinkholes

Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in Weird | Comments Off

In the past few decades sinkholes have permeated the area around the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is drying up at an incredible rate leaving huge chasms of empty space in its wake.The eruption of these large cavities has undeniably become a serious issue of human and environmental safety which is also tied to the fight to stop the Dead Sea’s shrinkage.

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The world of rollerblading tours

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

When you’re thinking about your next trip, there are many things to keep in mind.  Where do you want to go, how much money do you want to spend, and what do you want to do while you’re traveling?  But if you love to skate, you’ll probably have an extra question to ask: how will I be able to rollerblade on my holiday?  Well if you didn’t know it already, there is an entire genre of traveling dedicated to rollerblading tours.  These are for the people who love rollerblading so much that they want to see the world from their skates.

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