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Check Out Stockholm’s Amazing Subway, ‘Most Beautiful’ In The World

Dragunov's photographs caused an outpouring of thanks from Stockholm residents, who saw their subway system in a new light

Subways are not generally known for their beauty, but architectural photographer Alexander Dragunov’s work is highlighting one of the world’s most amazing subterranean transit systems, located in Stockholm, Sweden. BBC News filmed the St Petersburg-born Dragunov as he explained his passion for the Stockholm subway, which he believes is “the most beautiful metro in the… Read more »

The Super-Rich Are Customizing Jumbo Jets And You’ll Wish You Had One

Custom interiors can be extravagant, as in this concept design for a 747

Call it a sign of the times: the ultra rich are turning to airline manufacturers like Boeing and Airbus to purchase customized luxury 747′s and A380′s, not content to travel in relatively small private jets. As Wired reports, some of the richest people in the world, including Russian oligarchs and Saudi princes, are turning away… Read more »

DC Boasts Record Tourism Numbers


In 2013, 17.4 million people visited Washington DC and those numbers are expected to stay the same, or even grow higher, in 2014. For residents, they’re torn between appreciating the economic boost and the chance to show off their city and the hassle that comes from millions of guests year-round. Stanley Horner, one recent visitor,… Read more »

All-Inclusive Vacations Benefit Most Travelers


Summer vacation season is fast approaching, and an all-inclusive vacation may be the best way to go. The concept of the all-inclusive vacation goes way back to the Club Meds of the 1950s. Much has changed over the decades, however, and much to the consumers’ liking. For a time in the 1980s, the all-inclusive vacations… Read more »

Aviation Mysteries: Malaysia Airlines MH370 Is Not Alone

Aviation mysteries that have never been solved

As the days go on and the aviation mystery that has become Malaysia Airlines MH370 continues to be unsolved, we cannot help, but think of past disasters that either went unsolved or took decades to find a resolution. We still don’t know what exactly happened when the ill-fated Malaysian airliner went missing more than a… Read more »

St. Louis Offers Charming Historical Attractions Perfect For Spring Travel

St. Louis Attractions - The Arch

The great city of St. Louis is home to some of the finest and most unique attractions in the country. Founded in 1764, St. Louis’ prominent history has left behind pieces that we continue to enjoy today. Stately buildings with beautiful architecture, family restaurants that have been passed down from generation to generation, and monuments… Read more »

New York City Displaced As World’s Greatest City

London at Night

New York City is not the favorite place in the world for the rich and famous to call “home.” tThe city that doesn’t sleep has been displaced by a European metropolis: London. In previous years, the Big Apple has been chosen by those who travel the world and have the opportunity to own homes on… Read more »

Florida Population Statistics Show Growth To Blow Past New York State

Florida Population Statistics Show Growth To Blow Past New York State

Florida population statistics are showing growth to the point that the Sunshine state is about to blow past New York state in numbers. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Florida marijuana legalization efforts are trying to get people to sign a petition to put medical marijuana to a ballot vote. As a native Floridian, one… Read more »

George Washington Bridge Nightmare As Lanes Shut Before Holiday

George Washington Bridge

The George Washington Bridge cast a dark shadow over Christmas revelry this weekend as emergency lane closings caused a traffic nightmare for thousands of drivers struggling just to make it between New York City and New Jersey. As traffic crowded their upper Manhattan neighborhood, residents of New York’s Washington Heights district told radio station 1010… Read more »

Los Angeles Airport Suffers From Contaminated Water

Los Angeles Airport Problems With Water Supply

Los Angeles International Airport is suffering from contaminated water problems in its international terminal. The terminal, which is undergoing renovations, has been plagued with brown water. Planes trying to replenish their drinking supply have been unable to do so as the water coming out in that section of the airport is filled with bacteria, copper,… Read more »

World’s Tallest Statue In India To Be Twice The Size Of The Statue Of Liberty

World's Tallest Statue In India To Be Twice The Size Of The Statue Of Liberty

The world’s tallest statue will soon begin construction India. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the world’s tallest building is in China, although it apparently has scary elevator problems. India is naming the world’s tallest statue the “Statue of Unity” in honor of Sadar Patel, the first home minister of an India independent from England…. Read more »