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Archive for September, 2014

  • September 30, 2014
    Tips on traveling with friends

    If your travel plans involve sharing your vacation with other friends, or their entire family, a little advanced planning will help to ensure that your friendship remains intact, long after your plane lands or car comes to a stop. Here are 12 tips that will get you and your spouse off to a good start. […]

  • September 26, 2014
    Free entry to 1500+ museums tomorrow (U.S. only)

    Smithsonian Magazine sponsors the annual Museum Day Live!, when more than 1,500 museums across the country do away with admission fees for one day. This year’s event—the 10th anniversary—takes place September 27. Just search by zip code on this map to find participating cultural centers, including everything from prominent art institutions (the de Young museum […]

  • September 26, 2014
    This is how you stop people from crossing on red light

    Pedestrians crossing the streets causes a lot of accidents worldwide, even when a lot of countries have installed the “don’t walk sign”. in U.S., you can be fined for crossing a street when you’re asked not to cross. So to prevent people from crossing the streets on a red light, Lisbon installed this dancing traffic […]

  • September 24, 2014
    Travelers to pay departure tax while exiting Tunisia

    After the revolution in 2011, many travelers think Tunisia is a dangerous country and avoid stepping there. But after visiting this marvelous country earlier this year, we realized that those are all rumors and Tunisia offers stunning landscapes from Chott El-Jerid and Sahara Desert; and Matmata is a must-visit place for die-hard Star Wars fans. […]

  • September 23, 2014
    30 filthiest tourist attractions of the world

    We all love clean and nice places to visit, but there are some that are unique but not so clean. From all the filthy places in the world, picked 30 of them and out together an infographic for you. So if you fancy walking barefoot in rat-infested temple, visiting museum where cockroaches are dressed […]

  • September 23, 2014
    Carry this perfect iron the next time you travel

    There are thousands of tips on how to pack for that wrinkle-free pants or shirts, but nothing really works and you will end up ironing your clothes. And however much you hate that chore, there may or may not be an iron available in your hotel. But this amazing travel iron will make it easier […]

  • September 23, 2014
    Airline rules for flying with babies

    If you have an infant under 2 years during your flight, then we all know how stressful it can be. But knowing the rules and expenses can help you better choose an airline. This infographic from Skyscanner tells you the charge for an infant under 2 years, items that can be carried for free in […]

  • September 3, 2014
    This shows the best time to book hotels in top cities

    What is the best time to book a hotel? has come up with this infographic depicting the best time (or the cheapest time) to book a hotel in the twenty-five most popular international cities. Click for large image

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