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Where to go & what to do in Davenport

Davenport, a city in Iowa, has so much to offer! Guests will love its vibrant culture and nightlife scene. The city is known to house over 50 local parks where guests can sit back and relax while admiring their surroundings as Davenport prides itself as a green city. Also, the best way to experience the city is by exploring it by biking or walking....


This quirky Texas town is home to an unexplained phenomenon

It's hard to believe that, in this day and age, there are still so many unexplained phenomena on Earth. But this is indeed the case in the quirky small Texas town of Marfa, where mysterious lights glow in the night sky. Surely the origins of the lights have a logical, scientific explanation, right? Well, perhaps, but to this day no one has been able to explain them. Marfa is certainly a unique place, which not only attracts curious visitors but also a number of artists who have transformed the place over the years. Curious? Then click through this gallery and learn more about this town and its mysteries.


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The Amazon Mega-Sale Is Almost Here, and Our Editors Are Keeping Tabs on These Goods

Catch us refreshing our carts during Tuesday and Wednesday's Early Access Sale, waiting for prices to drop.


The most impressive beaches around the world

Beaches aren’t just for relaxing amid seaside wonders—they’re also synonymous with holidays and fun. As the weather gets warmer, let us transport you around the world to discover the planet’s 20 most impressive beaches. They’ll make nice additions to your bucket list!


Relax & recharge in Kotor

Kotor, Montenegro, is perfect for nature lovers as it houses the Lovćen. Guests will love the attraction as it features a massive mountain with many hiking and biking trails. The tourist spot also has a mausoleum that visitors should check out since it offers much information about the local city. Aside from this, the city also features a church ca...


The most famous Salem witch trial descendants and relatives

The infamous Salem witch trials of 1692 and 1693 claimed the lives of 20 people. In total, more than 200 people were accused of witchcraft and more than 150 were arrested. The episode is heavily ingrained in American history and perpetuated through pop culture, but the souls lost and persecuted during that time aren't just present in our literature, media, and popular culture. From actors to the British royal family, their genes have spread far and wide over the course of three centuries. Click through the gallery to discover the most famous descendants of those involved in the Salem witch trials.


Woman loses out on trip abroad following stolen wallet saga, police appeal for information

North Vancouver woman Glycia Nunes Lopes was preparing for a trip abroad when her wallet, containing important visa documents, was stolen. On Monday, Lopes' wallet went missing from a secure locker at Fitness World in Lonsdale, and her permanent residency papers, alongside credit cards, debit cards and U.S. and Canadian cash, went with it. "On Sept. 26, Glycia Nunes Lopes attended a local gym for a workout," read a statement from the RCMP. "She...


Tourism festival spurs consumption in Shanghai

People enjoy a traditional performance at Yuyuan Garden shopping mall in east China's Shanghai, Sept. 23, 2022. (Xinhua) SHANGHAI, Oct. 7 (Xinhua) -- Cultural and tourism consumption boomed during the three-week Shanghai Tourism Festival, with the city's tourist attractions recording 10.67 million visits, said the Shanghai Municipal Administration of Culture and Tourism. During the tourism festival from Sept. 17 to Oct. 6, the occupancy rate of...


13 Tourist hotspots in Clermont-Ferrand that live up to the hype

Clermont-Ferrand (UK: /ˌklɛərmɒ̃ fɛˈrɒ̃/, US: /-moʊn -/; French: [klɛʁmɔ̃ fɛʁɑ̃] (listen); Auvergnat: Clarmont-Ferrand or Clharmou Occitan: [klarˈmun] ; Latin: Augustonemetum) is a city and commune of France, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, with a population of 143,886 (2017). Its metropolitan area (aire urbaine) had 485,315 inhabitants at the ...


Officials Are Urging People Not To Take Turkeys Across The Canada-US Border & Here's Why

Best not to bring that bird into the country, folks. 🦃


Benefits of lifting ArriveCan app won’t happen soon

A Woodstock business owner who depends heavily on cross-border traffic welcomes the end to the controversial ArriveCan app and pandemic restrictions. But John Slipp asks why it didn't happen sooner. "I'm happy they finally lifted it, but I'm frustrated they waited so long," said Slipp, owner of the Woodstock Duty-Free Shop at the Canada-U.S. border between Woodstock and Houlton. Even worse, he fails to see any benefits to Canada prolonging a...


Experience the top 15 attractions in Canton


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Ready to get away to Uddevalla?

Uddevalla (old Norwegian: Oddevold) is a town and the seat of Uddevalla Municipality in Västra Götaland County, Sweden. In 2021, it had a population of 34,781. It is located at a bay of the south-eastern part of Skagerrak. The beaches of Uddevalla are filled with seashells and Uddevalla has one of the largest shell-banks in the world. Click here to...


The incredible ways animals impact the Earth

We humans may have created most of the environmental problems we face today, but that doesn't mean we have to fix them alone. While some solutions require complex technology and scientists, we can also count on our animal friends. Each creature has its role on this planet, with some being especially helpful. These amazing animals have the skills and characteristics to combat everything from global warming to ocean pollution. That is, if we do our part in caring for the environment and giving them space in their natural habitat. From llamas to whales, let's take a look at the incredible ways animals impact our planet.


America, China, and other countries named after people

Naming a country is pretty important. Along with a flag and a national anthem, names like America and France can help define a whole national identity. Country names can be inspired by anything. Algeria roughly translates to "the islands," Cape Verde means "green cape," and Costa Rica means "rich coast." However, this gallery will look at the people who are so important, they have a whole country named after them. You may be surprised to find out, some of the most famous countries around the world are named after real people or historical figures. Click on to explore these countries and the people who inspired their all-important names.


Famous body parts that weren't buried with their owners

Throughout history, practices around death and burial have been pretty weird. Victorian funeral portraits, where a dead person's body is posed for a photograph, are one fine example. At other periods, it was common practice to save a piece of a beloved or important person's body as a keepsake, or even a relic to worship. The opposite has also been true in cases where body parts were kept in order to symbolically torment the deceased. Under many different bizarre and horrifying circumstances, some of the most famous historical figures were buried without significant body parts! In some cases, these appendages became more famous than their owners... Click through the following gallery to learn more about these strange and macabre journeys.


Vancouver Airport Is Letting Some People Skip The Security Line & Here's How To Do It

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Bear Casually Climbs Into GMC Sierra Denali, Woman Not Having It

The woman approached the bear and started yelling at it to get out of the truck – and it listened.


18 eco-friendly tips for staying cool

Flip through the gallery for 18 eco-friendly ideas for staying cool this summer, from chilly frozen water bottles to a DIY swamp cooler that's surprisingly powerful.


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Top summer destinations for nature lovers

Tofino, one of Canada's most western cities, overlooks the Pacific Ocean and offers some of the country's greatest surfing, as well as whale watching. If you want to walk along the beach in the evening to see some of the most stunning sunsets or trek down the coast in beautiful lush rainforest, Tofino is the place for you. Take a scenic tour in a f...


Travel Tips: Lifting COVID-19 border rules

There's a new digital solution that aims to streamline the experience for US-bound travellers departing from YVR. Travel expert Claire Newell has details.


The longest manmade structures in the world

Length matters, especially when it comes to a country’s bragging right. China can proudly claim the world’s longest wall and bridge. Switzerland has the longest and deepest tunnel. Canada may have the world’s longest street. Malaysia can boast the planet’s longest waterslide. . . . And the long list of the longest manmade structures in the world goes on.


Ultimate Dersingham travel guide

Dersingham is a village, civil parish and electoral ward in the English county of Norfolk. It is situated some 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north of the town of King's Lynn and 70 km (43 mi) north-west of the city of Norwich, opening onto The Wash. Click here to explore more on Microsoft Travel.


How to get ahead of Thanksgiving prep

Thanksgiving ought to be a time of togetherness and celebration, but it's easy for the holiday to become more stressful than joyful, especially for the dinner host. The endless lists of tasks and ingredients can seem daunting, even before you start to worry about whether any problematic dinner guests will start an argument over the turkey. But with a little preplanning, it's relatively easy to take the stress out of the big day, leaving you time to enjoy the holiday with family and friends. Sound like something to be thankful for? Click through this gallery to find out how to preprepare for Thanksgiving and ensure a day to remember for all the right reasons!


Discover the strangest patron saints in history

Sainthood is a concept that originated in the Catholic Church and is recognized in many different Christian religions. Throughout history, the most pious servants of God have gained recognition for their devotion. This was usually proven through a life of sacrifice or a horrific martyrdom. Christians often pray to saints who are associated with specific areas of life. For example, St. Anthony is the patron saint of lost things, so he's the guy you go to if you can't find your car keys! There's an endless number of patron saints who have incredibly specific associations due to bizarre incidents in their lives. Click through this gallery for a rundown of the most fascinating ones.


The mysterious prehistoric city that has baffled scientists for years

In a remote region of the western Pacific Ocean lies a stunning and spooky unsolved mystery: the ruins of the ancient city of Nan Madol. Located next to the eastern shore of Micronesian island Pohnpei, this once-great, prehistoric city is comprised of nearly 100 geometrically shaped man-made stone islands, and it’s the only ancient city built atop a coral reef. No one is sure of the origins, nor why anyone would want to build a city far from food and water, and yet its ruins are rife with stories and spirits. Check out the gallery for a brief tour of the space and travel back in time.


Why 536 CE was the worst year in history to be alive

The Black Death ravaged Europe in 1349, killing half of its population, but even still, historian Michael McCormick of Harvard University argues that 536 was the worst year in human history to be alive. Records from that year describe multiple continents being plunged into constant darkness by some kind of black fog, which had devastating effects on crops and the world’s food supply. The knock-on effects of this climatic disaster were countless. Experts from a variety of fields are now working together to uncover the source of the mysterious fog and the role it may have played in major world events at the time. Click on to find out what actually happened in 536 and the disastrous years that followed.


Aunt Pranks Kids With Scream Mask

Occurred on October 2019 / Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, USA: "My sister was flying in from Kentucky to visit us in Pennsylvania. My kids adore her and kept asking when she was coming, but we wanted to surprise them. We decided to prank them when we pick


Iconic places that (probably) never existed

There are plenty of stories about mythical places, many of which have never been found. Some of these places are so present in our imagination that sometimes we're not sure whether they actually exist or not. Sure, satellites and a quick look on Google Earth might provide us with some clues, but remember that our ancestors didn't have access to this technology. Despite this, the truth is that some of these places cannot be discarded as being fictitious...or can they? Browse this gallery and draw your own conclusions.


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Richelieu beat on both the top and bottom line. Revenues of $472.88M (+26.68% YoY) exceeded consensus of $451.89M(+4.64%). EPS of $0.820 (+18.84% YoY) exceeded the consensus estimate of $0.685(+20.59%).Richelieu beat on both the top and bottom line. Revenues of $472.88M (+26.68% YoY) exceeded consensus of $451.89M(+4.64%). EPS of $0.820 (+18.84% Yo...


The best of Concrete travel

Concrete is a town in north-central Skagit County, Washington, United States. It is part of the Mount Vernon-Anacortes, Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area, and had a population of 705 at the 2010 census. Click here to explore more on Microsoft Travel.


Avoid these things before going to the dentist

It's safe to say that most of us don't jump for joy before going to the dentist. Still, taking care of our oral health is of utmost importance, so we do our best to make the trip worthwhile. There are, however, do's and don'ts we should be aware of when it comes to paying the dentist a visit. In this gallery, we go through some of the most common things many of us are guilty of doing before going to the dentist. Click through to learn all about them.


Four Seasons and Canossa Events Partner To Create A Bespoke Driving Experience Through Tuscany

A drive through Tuscany in your favorite car is the stuff of dreams.


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Modern makeover for ancient river village in Hainan

Tourists paddle a kayak around Liuke Village of Boao Town in Qionghai, south China's Hainan Province, Oct. 2, 2022. (Xinhua/Yang Guanyu) HAIKOU, Oct. 7 (Xinhua) -- In the village of Liuke, or "guests stay" in Chinese, houses built with dark bricks and red windows stand quietly amid tall, green coconut trees. "This is just beautiful," said Zhao Mingzhuo, a tourist from east China's Zhejiang Province who is on vacation with his family. "The kids...


5 amazing ghost towns in the world


The world's smartest animals

Although the concept of intelligence is notoriously difficult to define, it is usually accepted that humans are the most intelligent creatures on the planet. We are able to solve problems, generate new ideas, and experience complex emotions. A much more heavily debated issue is which animal ranks second to humans in terms of intelligence. Indeed, there are a number of creatures in the world that exhibit different signs of intelligence. Check out this gallery to find out which are the smartest members of the animal kingdom.


Autumn itineraries in the world

Here are the best destinations to spend your first long weekend abroad to celebrate autumn, the season of crisper air, new colors, and foliage. From music tours in Alabama to food and sporting events on the island of Formentera to art events in South Africa, from exhibitions in fashion capitals to be reached by Omio to music festivals in Israel, from discovering Moroccan cuisine to the spectacle of foliage in Lisbon or along the Rhine and Danube on river cruises. The fall season is full of destinations to visit and discover; you are spoiled for choice.


The most common ways to die in 1800s America

Forget heart disease, cancer, and other leading causes of death in this day and age: people back in 19th century America were dying of things such as "consumption" and diarrhea, among many others. In this gallery, we look back at the 1860 census report 'Mortality of the United States,' and bring you some very interesting information about how people were dying back then. Curious? Click on to discover the most common ways to die in 1800s America.


13 Breathtakingly beautiful places in Nassau

Nassau is a lowland region located north of Long Island Sound and south of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a city known for featuring wondrous and picturesque views perfect for those who love nature as well as sightseeing. The city is also home to numerous parks where visitors could relax and unwind. In Nassau you will find some beautiful attractions tha...


Off-peak travel: 10 places to visit in January

Corfu Town, heavily influenced by the Venetians, the French, and the English, is an excellent starting point for exploring the island. Get lost in the small cobblestone lanes known as "kandounia," visit museums like the Museum of Asian Art, wander down the famed Liston promenade or saunter around the massive Spianada square. The entire village of C...


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Spain advises against travel to Iran due to wave of protests

The government is currently advising Spanish citizens against traveling to Iran, among other reasons because of the wave of protests stemming from the recent death in custody of young Mahsa […]


Headed to La Paz? Here's what you shouldn't miss!

There is a lot to do in La Paz, Bolivia. Guests should visit it and try hiking through its famous Valley of the Moon. It offers a unique experience for everyone as they can admire the beauty of nature and the cityscape from above. Aside from this, visitors can also explore the Mysterious Ruins at Tiwanaku. Visiting the city is an exciting adventure...


Plan your dream trip to Harran

Ḥarrān, also known as Carrhae, was a major ancient city in Upper Mesopotamia whose site is in the modern village of Harran, Turkey, 44 kilometers southeast of Şanlıurfa. The location is in the Harran district of Şanlıurfa Province. Click here to explore more on Microsoft Travel.


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Hiding spots for valuables that burglars won't find

We don't usually think about the possibility of our home being broken into by burglars, but prevention is the best medicine. We all have valuables at home, whether that's cash, jewelry, expensive electronics, or even a hard drive or USB pen with valuable files; we need to keep them safe. Long gone are the days when we used to keep cash under our mattresses, but where should we hide our valuables? In this gallery, we give you a few options that no typical burglar will think of. Curious? Click on and discover the best hiding spots for valuables.