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Sightseeing in Anaheim

Anaheim is known as the home for one of America’s most famous theme parts, the original home of the world’s most famous mouse, Disneyland. But the city of Anaheim has a lot more to offer that just the Disneyland Resort and its biggest local competitor, Knott’s Berry Farm. Anaheim is so chock full of family […]

21 Not so Spooky Castles

Castles … they remain a modern day link to Kings, Queens, and Knights of the past. Sometimes if the castle was the home of historical figures like Count Dracula they can even be quite spooky. Below are 20 castles that showcase a wide variety of styles from across the globe, and one that locals believe […]

Historic Landmarks in Rome

Rome, the capital city of Italy, is a cosmopolitan travel destination that is adored by people throughout Europe and around the world. It has some of the world’s best restaurants, some of the most luxurious five star hotels and some of the most interesting new buildings that you’ll find throughout Italy. However, there remains an […]

Does American Airlines Charge for Luggage?

Out of all the airlines, American charges the most fees when it comes to checking luggage. This is becoming more and more common among all airlines, but American is above and beyond the competition in most areas. That being said, these increased fees are allowing the company to increase revenue.

Top Landmarks in Baltimore

With two unexpected products, tobacco and sugar, leading the way Baltimore became one of the most important cities in the early years of the United States of America. It’s Baltimore’s proximity to the ocean and convenient shipping routes that really put the city on the map, literally. In 1706 the Port of Baltimore at Locust […]

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of Parliament Hill, Ottawa

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of Parliament Hill, Ottawa and was taken by Joel Bedford Photo credit: Joel Bedford Parliament Hill, which is known coloquially as The Hill, is the area located on the southern banks of Ottawa River that is home to Canada’s parliament buildings. About 3 million visitors flock to the […]

 

Does United Airlines Charge for Luggage?

If you are going to fly in today’s world, you need to know that some airlines charge for checked luggage. This is becoming more and more common. Airlines are losing more money than ever before, and by charging for checked baggage they can add an additional stream of income.

Top Landmarks in Rome

There are so many landmarks in Rome it’s almost impossible to list all of them, but there are certain landmarks that make Rome such a popular place for tourists. Who can travel to Rome without stopping to see the Colosseum or Trevi Fountain? With a past that stretches back thousands of years it’s no wonder […]

The Best Aquariums for Shark Watching

There is perhaps no creature on this earth that is more respected and feared than the shark. Whether it’s a terrifying Great White or the curious and harmless Long Nose Shark, these prehistoric swimmers have always fascinated people. Although sharks rarely attack people it’s still safer to view them from behind the walls of a […]

Travel Hot Spots – 11 Volcanic Regions Around the World

Rabaul Caldera, Papua New Guinea The Rabaul Caldera on the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea erupted in 1937, 1944, and 1994. In the 1994 eruption, the two craters of Tavurvur and Vulcan erupted simultaneously, covering the nearby town of Rabaul in ash and causing the evacuation of about 90,000 people. The volcanic […]

Travel Photo of the Moment Bermuda Coast

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of Bermuda Coast and was taken by Canon in 2D Bermuda is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean and its British overseas territory located far off the east coast of the United States. It is the oldest and most populous remaining British overseas territory and its capital […]

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of Chacaltaya Ski Resort

The Travel Photo of the Moment is of Chacaltaya Ski Resort Chacaltaya is a Bolivian mountain range with an elevation of around 17,000 feet. Although it was once home to South America’s highest glacier, the glacier had been receeding since the 1970s and has completely disappeared as of 2009. It was also home to Chacaltaya’s […]