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World's First Ship Tunnel

Tunnels have existed for hundreds of years, but there has still never been a tunnel built for full-size ships. Until now. Snøhetta, a world-famous architecture and design firm, has released plans for a 1.7km long tunnel in Norway.   42 more words


Bubba Around

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                        Bubba hasn’t been on a trip in quite a while.  At least I haven’t helped him write about one in quite a while.  381 more words


Spaccio Pasta; A Pasta Dealer in Rome

A #TTT Post (Tried, Tasted and True)

Some two years or so ago, during a friend’s trip to Rome from the U.S, I hopped tiredly around Rome looking for what most people outside Italy would think is the most common thing around here; A pasta house. 473 more words

Travel to New Orleans

The beginning of a new journey requires an openness to expect the unexpected. What fun would it be if all answers were given to you. My greatest desire is to see a new world, to meet strangers that can become friends. 286 more words


8 ways to prepare for a trip

Planning a trip in my late twenties has been a considerably different experience to that of my early twenties, when preparation involved little more than packing a backpack the day before boarding a plane. 977 more words


Musings: Brexit and Your Travel Plans...

On March 29th, 2017, a lot of things are going to be put into action in the United Kingdom. Namely, ‘Article 50’ will be triggered by the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May of the Conservative Party. 542 more words


United Airlines Faces Backlash After Reportedly Not Allowing Girls In Leggings On Flight

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — United Airlines faced backlash online Sunday after reportedly not allowing two girls in leggings to board a flight.

Shannon Watts, the founder of a grassroots group that is working to end gun violence in the U.S., took to Twitter after she says the girls were allowed to get on the flight from Denver to Minneapolis. 226 more words