From the Lines at the Vatican Museums to Tourist Hordes to public water fountains you can drink from Rome/Roma has many cultural nuances that tourists will love and find fun to notice. Here we give you 10 Culture Shocks (mostly in fun) about Visiting Rome. From not sharing your pizza, to drinking public fountain water,
(CNN) — Rowdy groups of bachelor parties. Backpackers asking locals to pay their way. The hordes that pour daily off cruise ships, choking up city centers. It wasn’t so long ago that tourists were (relatively) feted in the destinations they visited, with locals relishing the chance to earn money through a tourism economy. But today,
La Newyorkina in New York City makes Mexican-inspired paletas, or ice pops, by hand, using fresh, all-natural ingredients. —————————————————— #IcePops #Dessert #FoodInsider INSIDER is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s
In cities around the world, on-demand rides are just a screen touch away. Whether it’s catching a Lyft in Los Angeles or Grab-ing it in Singapore, ridesharing apps have changed the car-hire landscape for good. The original transport disrupter, Uber, operates in 65 countries and more than 700 cities around the globe. But its reach
Myah Autry, 30, who’d previously been identified by the NYPD as the woman who went into the enclosures, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with two counts of criminal trespass, according to police. Autry posted on Instagram that she was going to Barclays Center to turn herself into police and notified several news media outlets,
Souped up new lenses that make it easy to see lumps and bumps in the snow, or change from light to dark in a flash as conditions change, as well as a fresh crop of minimal frames to give wider field of view – with the latest innovations in ski googles, seeing really is believing.
Photo courtesy of iStock / Jan_Kowalski Raise a glass to live music Wine country travel isn’t just about the wine, it’s about the experience. These North American wineries treat guests to some of the very best in live music, from world-renowned touring acts, to local groups, to tribute bands and even festivals, voice and sound
Tony’s Chocolonely chocolate bar Sebastian Koppehel (CC BY 4.0) Tony’s Chocolonely is a Dutch chocolate manufacturer producing wildly exotic chocolate with flavours like “dark milk pretzel toffee,” “white raspberry popping candy” and, my favourite, “milk caramel sea salt.” They are not an ordinary chocolate producer. Their primary goal is not financial success. As it says
A tree-cutting crew arrived at Carol Schultz’s home in village of Florida, New York, early Thursday morning to saw into her winning 77-foot Norway spruce. The sacrificial tree is already headed to its Manhattan pedestal. A small crowd of local schoolchildren and beaming neighbors cheered as workers sawed into the base of the tree, held
Another installment of our ‘Local Insider Series’ – this time bringing good ol’ London into the limelight. Emma Beynon, Marketing Manager for BUNAC is a born and bred Londoner, and wanted to give us the goss on where’s hot in town nowadays. And she doesn’t just talk about east London. I count myself very lucky
Recently, I had an incredible opportunity to travel to Taiwan for 11 days with STA Travel, My Taiwan Tour, and the Taiwan Tourism Bureau of North America and WOW was it incredible! Every day was filled with so much beauty, adventure and of course, fantastic food! Sightseeing in Taiwan We visited some truly unreal places
Courtesy of Windstar The crisp, cold air greeted us as we arrived in Reykjavik, the clouds low and threatening to rain. As we made our way down to the dock, Iceland started to reveal itself to us: black, craggy lava rocks covered in vibrant, green moss. The Star Pride awaited patiently in the water, our adventure was
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►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►T-shirts available here: https://migrationology.com/store/ This is a little bit of a different, more personal, vlog than I normally share. But I am so excited that I couldn’t wait to share this video with you, and introduce you to Micah Wiens! This video covers the full story of when Ying and
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Sadie was very competitive and loved skiing as many kilometres as possible in a day with her dad,” said Clare Bristow, mother of Sadie and, along with her husband Stewart, the brains behind Ski for Sadie, a 400km-plus ski challenge the couple are launching this winter in the French Alps. Ski for Sadie is a
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