Category: Travel

staffMarch 10, 2017

Ancient pharaoh statues uncovered in Cairo mud pit

Archaeologists have found two pharaonic statues dating back more than 3,000 years in a muddy pit in a Cairo suburb. ...

staffFebruary 21, 2017

LA world’s most congested city; U.S. drivers wasted $300B

Los Angeles had the world’s worst traffic in 2016 — supplanting Moscow for the top spot in the rankings released ...

staffJanuary 28, 2017

Chinese New Year 2017 kicks off with fireworks, parades

People in China and throughout the rest of the world participated in fireworks shows and parades to celebrate Chinese Lunar ...

staffJanuary 19, 2017

More snow falls across Mediterranean countries

Many in parts of southern Europe may be feeling that winter has targeted them in giving them the brunt of ...

staffJanuary 9, 2017

Fun Things to DO in Port Douglas, Australia

If you want to visit a new exotic destination, we have the perfect place for you – Port Douglas. This ...

staffDecember 21, 2016

Southwest Airlines website interrupted by glitch; nearly 900 flights delayed

Technical difficulties with Southwest Airlines’ website impacted potential travelers for hours Tuesday — a day when the carrier saw nearly ...

staffDecember 17, 2016

Eiffel Tower closed to tourists over labor dispute

A strike by workers at the Eiffel Tower in Paris has closed the iconic landmark to tourists for a fifth ...

staffDecember 12, 2016

Destination Lebanon, The Paris Of The Middle East

Officially known as the Lebanese Republic is a sovereign state in Western Asia. It is bordered by Syria to the ...

staffDecember 11, 2016

Over 300 tourists stuck on top of Mt. Hakodate, Japan

Over 300 tourists in Japan have been trapped on top of Mount Hakodate in Hokkaido Prefecture due to an accident ...

staffDecember 9, 2016

Travel To Amsterdam

With 60 miles of canals and nearly 7,000 buildings dating from the 18th century or earlier, Amsterdam is one of ...