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New Fantasyland: A Fantasytech in Disneyland

Guests are encouraged to experience magical moments of Disney princesses and their experience using the innovation of technology. When the New Fantasyland opens last Thursday in the Magic Kingdom, they accommodate a park full of different accommodations as doubled in size and being the largest expansion of the theme park in almost 41 years of […]

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Niagara Falls’ Cave of the Winds closed after rockslide

Cave of the Winds, a popular Niagara Falls cave, was closed for the season this weekend – five days earlier than its set closing on Friday. It was shuttered Saturday and was damaged overnight by the rockslide. The unstable condition of the cave became unfavorable to visitors that’s why it had to be closed. According […]

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World’s Largest Outdoor Swimming Pool: San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile (video)

San Alfonso del Mar is a resort located in Algarrobo, Chile featuring a 1,000m long, 19-acre outdoor pool, 66 million gallons of water which holds a Guinness world record as the largest  outdoor swimming pool in the world. Video of World’s Largest Outdoor Swimming Pool is available below. Apart from its large size, the lagoon has another spectacular […]

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“Dirty Dancing” Hotel Destroyed In Fire (Video)

Filed in Business, Destinations, Featured, United States by on April 18, 2012 0 Comments

A part of movie history went up in flames Saturday evening; when the Brown’s Hotel, a Catskills condominium complex, burned to the ground. Report says that most of ‘Dirty Dancing’ was filmed in North Carolina; however the Brown’s Hotel was one of the Catskills hotels that inspired the film. The hotel opened its doors in […]

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World’s Second-Tallest Tower: Tokyo Sky Tree opens to the public on May 22

Tokyo Sky Tree developer took visitors up the world’s tallest freestanding broadcast structure on Tuesday, a 634-meter (2,080-foot) tower , will be one of the world’s tallest. Facilities are Observatory (First Observatory at 350m and Second Observatory at 450m), broadcasting facilities, stores, restaurant, a high-speed elevator, a vertigo-inducing glass floor, and an emergency staircase with 2,523 […]

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Space Shuttle Discovery makes its final voyage to museum

Filed in Destinations, Science, World by on April 17, 2012 0 Comments

Space shuttle Discovery will make its final voyage on Tuesday – on the back of an airplane. The 167,000 pound Discovery was loaded on Sunday on the top of an airplane which will fly it to the Washington DC area, where it will be housed at the Smithsonian’s outpost near Dulles International Airport. The decommissioned […]

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World’s Most Amazing Superyacht: $15 million futuristic superyacht unveiled in China (Photo)

A futuristic superyacht described as one of the world’s most amazing superyacht has been unveiled in China. Trimaran Adastra was built for Hong Kong clients Anto and Elaine Marden. Weighing in at 52 tons, 42.5 metres long and 16 metres wide, it has a maximum speed of 22.5 knots and has a range of 4000 […]

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Titanic 100th Anniversary: Titanic Memorial Cruise

Filed in Destinations, Lifestyle by on April 11, 2012 0 Comments

Titanic and her sister ship Olympic, owned by the White Star Line, were designed to set new standards of luxury for trans-Atlantic travel. They weren’t intended to be the fastest, but they were to be the largest, able to accommodate more freight and passengers than their faster competitors. They could guarantee a week’s crossing in […]

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The Highest and Longest Valley Suspension Bridge in the world opens in China (Video)

The highest and longest valley suspension bridge in the world opens in southern China’s Hunan Province. The Aizhai suspension bridge spans over a half mile and soars approximately 360 yards above the ground. The said suspension bridge was built as part of an expressway from southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality to Changsha city in Hunan. Construction […]

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World’s Biggest Titanic Attraction Opens in Belfast, Northern Ireland (Video)

The largest Titanic visitor attraction in the world opened in the ship’s Belfast birthplace on Saturday, some 100 years after the doomed liner was built in the same yards. “We want to bring people to Northern Ireland not just to see what a generation 100 years ago were able to achieve, but what this generation can achieve in this […]

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Boracay’s newest iconic destination: Astoria Boracay

Right on the shoreline of Boracay’s Station 1, the famous island’s destination of choice for those seeking fun and recreation for all ages, is Astoria Hotels and Resorts, the newest iconic landmark of this world-famous island. Astoria Boracay Resort is a luxury beachfront resort located in Station 1, Boracay Island, Philippines. The resort has direct access […]

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$1 billion ‘Real Madrid Resort Island’ in UAE (Photo)

Filed in Destinations, Featured, Sports, World by on March 23, 2012 0 Comments

The $1 billion resort is set to open in 2015. The 430,000-square metre leisure facility is expected to attract around one million visitors in its first year. Real Madrid Resort Island will be supported by the government of the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah. A presentation at the Bernabéu, Real’s stadium, showed plans for sports facilities, […]

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