5 Factors That Influence Millennials’ Luxury Spending Habits

Millennials are surprising many with their choice to spend more money. Luxury spending is common among these young professionals and students. Learn a little about their luxury spending habits across a range of items. Social networks and coffee shops are very popular among these people. They are more likely to purchase luxury items when they receive extra...

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France’s Rail Operator Comes in for Some Heavy Criticism After Long Delays

There were some long delays at railroad terminals in France recently. That has drawn in some criticism about the operators in the country. France wants to see its railways operate at peak efficiency every day. It seems like every day passengers are facing difficulties with transport. That problem even came with an apology from a high ranking official in France. Key...

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Demolition Has Been Stopped at This Vacant NYC Building Because It’s Filled With Cats

So apparently there was a fucking cat lady that lived in the apartments on Onderdonk Avenue who decided she would just die off and leave her goddamn cats there. This was discovered as the building was being demolished. I mean LITERALLY, hundreds of fucking cats running out of walls and crawling out of dumpsters. The Apartment building should be known as “Planet...

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Summer of Overtourism: 4 Lessons for the Travel Industry

Tourism is not always just a good time. Sure it brings money to local economies which provides jobs and helps with transferring wealth, but there is a dark side to tourism. This blog takes a clinical look at the negative aspects of tourism. It provides four very insightful lessons that any traveler or local citizen can appreciate. Summer of Overtourism: 4...

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Airlines want tighter control of alcohol sales in British airports

It’s pretty clear why alcohol and flying doesn’t always mix well. Especially when drinking may be written or woven into the local culture. This article will explore the disadvantages of what some consider light rules on alcohol in airports. Should the rules be more restrictive or are the airliners flexing to much might? Check out the article and decide...

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Florida Tourism Is Growing But International Visitor Numbers Are Down

Although 60.7 million tourists have come to Florida in the first 6 months of this year, an number increased from last year, the number of international tourists is down. visit Florida, the state’s tourism agency has managed to keep it’s funding and hopes to market to overseas countries and Canada. Florida Tourism Is Growing But International Visitor...

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In Defense Of The Guy Who Posted To Instagram About His ‘Curvy’ Wife

One guy posted something on Instagram about his wife. He said he loved her curvy body. He said that the body type his wife had was not something that he originally liked, but he loved her either way. There was a lot of criticism of the post and it upset a great many people. Key Takeaways:Robbie Tripp wrote about falling in love with his “curvy” wife, claiming...

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Trenton Teapot Museum in Trenton, Tennessee

Trenton, New Jersey’s, city hall is hosting the largest selection of veilleuses-theieres, also known as night light teapots. These older teapots always came with a matching porcelain stand that could be used to hold a short candle or small vessel (called a godet) filled with oil, which people used to burn to keep the contents of the teapot warm. Many of the...

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Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets, Even on the Hottest Nights?

People sleep under blankets even during the hottest nights. But, why is this? Blankets are common during sleep, but they are not universal. In the old days, blankets were only for people with a lot of wealth. Blankets are important because our body temperature drops when we are sleepy and we need gt colder. Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets, Even on the Hottest...

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