LUXOR, EGYPT—Ahram Online reports that the six-foot-long head and torso of a colossal statue of the falcon-headed god Horus has been unearthed from the hypostyle hall at the funerary temple of Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt from about 1390 to 1352 B.C. Read more…
The world is filled with hollowed-out buildings longing for care and subterranean haunts that have been abandoned. But some were saved by people who recognize their hidden beauty and potential.Whether it means rocking out in an 18th-century cathedral or kayaking through a subterranean reservoir, these places have been repaired and repurposed far beyond their original designs. Check out all 15 wondrously repurposed places here or seven of our favorites below. Read More →
Ever since commercial aviation took off after World War II, passengers have been trying to figure out how to prevent jet lag — and natural remedies for getting over it. Desynchronosis, better known to most people as jet lag, is pretty much guaranteed after crawling off the long flight to Asia. Jet lag is one of the most common ailments that plague international travelers. Read more….
An opportunity to visit Dublin should not be missed. Many factors go into building an itinerary, such as the timing of a visit, available accommodations, quality of attractions and climate. Dublin serves as the entry point for many of Ireland’s visitors. It offers a major airport and the best selection of accommodations in the country. But a Dublin visit can be expensive. Learn some strategies for budget travel in this capital city and throughout Ireland. Read more…
The artworks, which are not typically exhibited in the same space, will all be on display in one room at the city’s Gemaeldegalerie museum. READ MORE
On paper, hiking sounds like something we can all get behind. It’s like walking the block but with minimal air pollution, no overly-friendly neighbors, and the opportunity to realign your soul with mother nature. You can lace up your trendiest sneakers, slip into your coolest leggings, and whip out that camelback that has been gathering dust since that year you went to Coachella. After all, it’s about time you used your SUV to do something other than park in the […]
As with anything, traveling comes with its risks. Odds are, you’ve heard some stories of tourists becoming victims of crimes or being taken advantage of on their holidays. Unfortunately, crime exists in all parts of the world and it can sometimes be difficult to avoid. However, book your holiday in one of the 10 cities listed below and you have extremely good odds of enjoying a peaceful and incident-free adventure. Check out some of the safest cities in the world […]