Ten most beautiful US castles you might not know about

ForumDaily, based on the advice of the Internet portal Expedia.com, publishes a list of the 10 most beautiful castles in the United States that you might not know about. 1. Hearst Castle, San Simion, California This castle was built in 1947. The manor house stands on the "Enchanted Hill" 8 km from the ocean. IN…

Unsanitary conditions and a hotel near a brothel: 180 tourists from Ukraine and Belarus stuck in Zanzibar

For the third day, about 180 Ukrainians cannot fly out of Zanzibar (Tanzania) due to a flight delay. There are no exact forecasts when exactly they will be able to return home from vacation. The BBC reports. This is a SkyUp flight PQ6972. He had to take off ...

8 signs of a tourist: how residents of Northern California recognize visitors

Northern California is a real travel magnet. Californians are considered some of the kindest people in the United States. But even they are sometimes surprised when they see a tourist. How do travelers behave when they get to Northern California, what does it immediately betray them? Found out the edition ...

10 new bans in 2020 that you need to know about in order not to get into an awkward situation abroad

Nowadays, the tourist season is open all year round. In summer, you can relax in the resorts of the Mediterranean Sea, and in winter, you can go to bask in Thailand or Bali. Just before the trip, it will not be superfluous to find out what problems tourists may face in a particular country. Bright Side writes that in 2020 ...

Expensive internet and cold popcorn: things that annoy travelers

They say they don't go to a strange monastery with their own charter, therefore, when we come to another country, we act in accordance with the rules adopted there. However, the difference in mentality and culture can play a cruel joke even with the most prepared travelers. And in the best case, ignorance will cause confusion among the locals, and in the worst case, it will lead to a fine or jail time. About…

Relieved: tourists arrested for desecrating world famous landmarks

On January 14, a group of six tourists desecrated the Machu Picchu landmark in Peru. The police said they would be deported. Writes about this Fox News. The group was arrested after being accused of damaging part of one of the most visited tourist attractions ...

A tourist helicopter disappeared in Hawaii: there were children among the passengers

The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a tourist helicopter that has not returned from a flight to Hawaii. There were 7 people on board, two of them are children. Writes about this The Washington Post. The travel agency notified the Coast Guard about this when the helicopter failed ...

I managed to travel around 55 countries: 12 life hacks from an experienced traveler

A travel lover who has managed to travel around 55 countries, she told Bright Side her stories, tips and discoveries that will help you feel more comfortable and safe on the road. The story is written in the first person. Hello! My name is Alice. I love traveling more than anything else, I drove 55 on my own ...

11 ordinary actions that can turn a trip abroad into a nightmare

There are a couple of weeks left until the New Year, and we hope that you can safely wait for your gifts. It turns out that opening them ahead of time can be not only dishonest, but also risky. A 12-year-old South Carolina boy was arrested on petty theft charges after opening a box of toys for Christmas ahead of schedule. The teenager's mother called the police ...

Tourists are in danger: a barge sunk a century ago slides into Niagara Falls

The dump barge (also known as scow, or pontoon) that sank in 1918 has moved from its place and is approaching Niagara Falls from the Canadian side. Writes about this BBC. 101 years ago, a barge broke away from the tug one and a half kilometers upstream ...

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