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Travel Series: Venice

I’ll be honest, Venice was not my favorite city. We didn’t quite have enough time to fully appreciate everything this gorgeous city had to offer, and it was one of the worst cities as far as tourists go (a little hypocritical, since we were tourists too, but it’s hard to fully enjoy a city when it’s completely swarmed with tourists!). 785 more words

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Rotterdam - Netherlands

Of course, Rotterdam is known to most of us. But the port is for many an unknown area.The largest in the world is this port since 2005 no longer, but it is still by far the largest port in Europe. 369 more words


Vancouver - Granville Island - One Island where you want to B

Not really an island, but, a peninsula, Granville Island was once an industrial manufacturing area. Now, with its large warehouse buildings turned into markets, shops and artists quarters, it is a must see tourist attraction. 102 more words


Water taxi starts between Pointe-aux-Trembles and Montreal's Old Port

A four-day trial run started Monday morning for a water taxi service between Pointe-aux-Trembles and Montreal’s Old Port.

It was initiated by the Rivière-des-prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles borough to address a need for collective transportation in the area. 414 more words


Ground-breaking flying taxi cruises through Paris

SeaBubbles, a ground-breaking flying taxi that operates in water, zoomed across the River Seine in Paris on Wednesday, ahead of the VivaTech conference, which brings together tech CEOs and… 243 more words