4 Unique Locations To Visit On Your Next All-American Road Trip

Approximately 80 percent of Americans who are planning to travel for the holiday season are going on a road trip, according to a recent survey by the American Automobile Association. Americans are once again looking for the thrill of going out onto the open road. They seem to favor it over other travel options such as cruises and …

Rhode Island Sports Club Offers Middle-Earth Dinners in a Hobbit Hole

“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.” These are the famous opening words to British author J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved book The Hobbit, which would eventually expand to the world-famous The Lord of the Rings saga. As anyone who’s read the book knows, the hobbit hole of Bilbo Baggins is a nice place. …

Japan Plans a Floating Spaceport for Out-of-This-World Travelers

With bulbous steel-and-glass towers, funnel-like hangars, and a rippling roof dotted with cupolas and patches of greenery, it looks like something out of a science fiction movie. But this structure could leave the realm of fiction and become Japan’s first commercial spaceport. Not only that, the whole building complex would float on water. This is …

Essential Things to Know When Traveling to Egypt for the First Time

All of us grow up listening to stories about the Great pyramids of Egypt and the luxurious life of the kings and queens. So if you have decided to visit Egypt this year, this is certainly a decision that you will never regret. If you have gone through several articles already, you must have got …

Men Create Literal Man Cave Under Grand Central

I’ve worked some unpleasant jobs before. Boring, endless jobs where I’d think, I’d give anything to get out of here. Even for a few hours to escape the interminable boredom of hourly employment. Three MTA workers actually did something with those feelings, converting a storeroom beneath Grand Central Station into a “man-cave.” The room, which …