travel

This Fall, You Can Be A Part Of The Star Wars Magic

by Rachel Baker on April 19, 2015

Though the route hasn’t been determined, the airline ANA has designed its newest 787-9 Dreamliner to start flying in the fall. Here’s the Article: A ‘Star Wars’-Themed Plane Will Take to the Skies this Fall Fans who delighted at the trailer’s old-school “Star Wars” charms — particularly the appearance of Harrison Ford as Han Solo […]

Valley of the Dolls – Not the Book, the Place

February 28, 2015

I absolutely HATE dolls – they creep me out; and the picture in the heading of this article falls into the category of creepiest thing in the history of the world. BUT…I’m oddly intrigued by this story. I wish the story was written a bit differently so we understood a bit more about the woman […]

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Take some time out from your Mardi Gras Party to see some of the Natural Wonders of Louisiana

February 18, 2015

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, here’s another article about the natural wonders that can be seen in Louisiana. You’ve already seen part of the Jean Lafittle National Historical Park and Preserve just by being in the French Quarter, consider seeing more. Take a break from all the drinking, partying and parading and wander through […]

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Lunar Surface Flown Apollo 11 Artifacts From the Neil Armstrong Estate

February 10, 2015

Best. New. Thing. In. The. World. Neil Armstrong’s widow found a bag in the back of a closet after his death. In it? Artifacts from his Apollo 11 mission where he walked on the moon. He was supposed to leave them on the moon, but instead brought them back with him and stashed them in […]

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Tired of the Snow and Cold? Plan a Getaway to the Florida Panhandle!

December 22, 2014

From someone who lives in Florida, south, central and north, you really can’t go wrong planning your sunshiny get-away to the Florida Panhandle. Read more: Forget Miami and Key West, visit a real Florida gem: South Walton Florida is known for its many beaches, with most travelers flocking to southern spots like Miami or The […]

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Apps to Help You Organize the Holidays

November 25, 2014

Here are ten apps that will help make the holidays a whole lot more organized. These apps will help you plan Black Friday or Cyber Monday shopping, holiday party planning or helping you figure out which gifts you have left to acquire. Read More: 10 apps to make the holidays a little less stressful. “It’s […]

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MoMA’s Overwhelming Henri Matisse Exhibition

October 8, 2014

If you are in the New York area and looking for something to do, go check out the Museum of Modern Art’s Henri Matisse Exhibition, titled Hinri matisse: The Cut-Outs. Below is a stunning review of the exhibit. Do Not Miss MoMA’s Overwhelming Henri Matisse Exhibition. Nothing readied me for the visual thunder, physical profundity, […]

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Penny Arcade Expo in full swing in downtown Seattle

August 30, 2014

If you are in the Seattle area, this may be just the thing to do over the long weekend! If you are on the west coast…then plan the last minute roadtrip and go! PAX Prime gaming convention kicks off in Seattle The Penny Arcade Expo is in full swing in downtown Seattle. The fan-centric celebration […]

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Comic-Con International: Don’t Miss These Things

July 23, 2014

Wired.com has a great slideshow of the things they don’t want to miss, and neither should you, at this years Comic-Con International. Comic-Con International. Four(ish) days of non-stop pop cultural onslaught. Comics, movies, TV shows, cosplay—there’s a lot to take in. And making sure you catch everything you want to see (and, frankly, probably a […]

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Solar Panel Kits and Backpacks by Voltaic Systems

June 17, 2014

These awesome kits and bags are perfect for anyone who is on the go and always connected. What is a Voltaic Solar Panel Kit? A solar panel kit is one or more of our super strong, portable solar panels combined with our adapters, connectors and/or batteries. The possibilities are endless so we narrowed it down […]

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The best flight search and booking apps

May 15, 2014

Here’s a listing of the best flight search and booking apps available, as determined by the travel expert at the Guardian. These searches were done based in London, Manchester, and Glasgow to places all over the world and only one goes to the US (San Francisco, which is sort of odd to pick over NY […]

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