It’s fall season and you know what that means – every corner is gonna be pumpkin haven soon!
It’s harvest time once again in vineyards all over wine country and road trips are on!
Wouldn’t it be nice to see a stewardess briefly move both hands in a forward motion, sideways, and give some more instructions in that calming voice?
Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest has taken a turn for the worse. It was over a year ago when the internet was flooded with horrific pictures of the mighty rainforest burning down in wild forest fires. Flora and fauna alike were charred into ashes and hearts all over the world were broken at the sight of these images.
Social distancing, contactless transactions, and facemasks: these have been the standards for everything since March 2020. As such, most vacations have been canceled, postponed, and reassessed.
In 2011, about 21,000,000 hotel rooms across different nations served over 876,000,000 guests. That’s a lot of hotel rooms, and yes, a lot of guests! How do you think is 2020 fairing, so far?
Amusement parks are parks that are more complicated, elaborate, and extravagant than your regular green city parks. This one has rides, concession stands, games, shows, and some even have 4D movie theaters in the compound.
Did you know that September is also World Candle Month? Let’s take a closer look at this interesting tidbit.
Landmarks are more than just a meeting point, a navigational tool, or a tourist attraction. Landmarks stand for stories that even locals pass down through different generations. It represents both the past and the present.
We all miss staycations and hotels. Yes, we all do. However, all our hotel adventures, including the accommodations and VIP treatments will have to wait because of…… Read more “Feel the Staycation Vibes with These Hotel Virtual Tours (Part 1)”
There is a city by the edge of Black Forest in Germany that has managed to achieve high levels of sustainability. This means that the city can provide the resources it needs to function.
Landmarks, together with skymarks and daymarks, primarily served as aids in navigation. Today, although it is still the main idea, landmarks are channels to bring knowledge about a place of destination to the travelers that come by to visit.