Travel

Includes latest travel related infographics along with short summary collected from the web.

Travel & Feast Like Hemingway

Why are Ernest Hemingway’s books so special? Many readers love how tastefully he describes having meals in each one of his books. It’s like you are almost there eating along with the characters. If you want to experience that in real life, check out the infographic and see for yourself where Hemingway or his book characters have usually dined. If …

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TOP 10 Places With Free Entry In Toronto

Travel is the perfect way to explore the world and learn about different countries. But how much money is needed? It’s great if your budget is not limited. But if you are at your disposal limited amount of money? In this case it is necessary to thoroughly prepare and investigate which places are the most interesting and can be useful …

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Guide To Business Travel

When you are travelling for business you need to make sure you are top of your game. We have few tips that will help you ace business travel like a pro. Make a good impression- Be culture conscious. Beat the jet lag- Drink plenty of water and rotate your feet to prevent joint pains. Manage your expenses- Organize paper work …

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Backpacking First Aid Essentials

If you are professional adventure traveler, you definitely know important being ready to deal with injuries & unexpected situations. But if you are a newbie hiker, you have to be well-prepared for all the situations that could happen. Here you can find a checklist that allows you to backpack light and bringing the right necessities. The basic first aid kit …

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Cheese Montaditos and Pintxos

A visit to Spain is not complete without trying Spanish cheese and the local delicacies known as Montaditos and Pintxos. The word Montadito comes from the verb “montar”, which in Spanish means to assemble, to put together. Montaditos are byte-size layers of typical Mediterranean ingredients on top of different types of bread. On the other side, Basques have given the …

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Coffee Etiquette Around the World

Coffee Etiquette Around the World infographic shows how coffee is consumed differently in different cultures. Here you’ll discover different coffee preparation and drinking rituals that make them unique and interesting, such as drinking coffee with sugar cubes in Bosnia, drinking coffee with warm milk in Spain, dunking a croissant in this delicious drink in France, or using coffee grounds to …

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Fun Facts About Kilimanjaro

A lot of people knows about Mount. Kilimanjaro but do they really know all the exciting and awesome facts? No, so that is why we put together this piece so that everyone can have the amazing knowledge that we have about the Beast Kilimanjaro!! Kurt Safari does Kilimanjaro tours that’s why we want people to check this out! So enjoy …

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Public Transit & Mobile WiFi: Millennials Lead the Way

Internet connectivity and high quality transportation are among the top aspects that Millennials seek in a commute and their daily lives. As the largest generation in the U.S., Millennials also top the charts when it comes to public transit ridership, urban residents and using more than one mode of transportation to reach a destination. Public transportation lures in even more …

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A closer look at the 7 Wonders of the World

The 7 Wonders of the Worlds have always been a topic of interest and amazement. With landmarks such as The Great Wall of China, Christ the Redeemer and The Colosseum in Rome grabbing people’ interest for decades. Here at Ladbrokes Games, we have decided to take a slightly alternative look at the wonders. Our new infographic explores the 7 wonders …

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Step-by-Step Guide To The Art of Packing Light

This year alone, air travelers have paid more than $7 billion exclusively in baggage fees. That represents an average of $27 on every bag checked in; that sum can add up to more than $100 per overweight bag. Add to that the 1.90 million mishandled baggage reports filed by angry travelers and you understand why you must take the carry-on …

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