People Are Infuriated With Donald Trump’s Response To The NYC Attacker Versus The Las Vegas Shooter

President Donald Trumps responses to the mass shooting in Vegas and New York City attack has pissed people off. Not long after 8 people had been killed by a rental l truck that had been driven into a bike lane, Trump tweeted a bunch of patriotic tweets. It seemed like President Trump avoided talking about gun control in the days after the shooting in Vegas....

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Tourism Powerhouse Catalonia Declares Independence From Spain

Catalonia, the region including tourism darling Barcelona, declared its freedom from Spain in a highly contentious referendum. This referendum was supported by a majority of the region’s people, already semi-autonomous, to move forward with complete separation from Spain. This was brought about by their vibrant industry, tech sector and tourism, which...

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New Research: The Habits and Behaviors of U.S. and Canadian Travelers

Expedia did an experiment between Canada and United States on the similarities and differences on how they travel for vacation. Americans seem to travel on vacation for an average of 6.7 days while Canadians tend to stay on vacation a little longer for about 8.7 days. Although they travel less Americans tend to take more vacations. Another key point would be...

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Fortress of Almeida in Almeida, Portugal

The Fortress of Almeida is a stately feature of one city in Portugal. The city of Almeida has a special history all to its own for those interested. Tourists have come to view the city and take in its incredible sights as well. Look for the star shaped walls on the exterior of the citadel. That represents the unique architecture of the building and could symbolize...

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Aman Resorts New York Debut Includes a $100 Million Penthouse

The hotelier group Aman Resorts has typically catered to extremely wealthy clients looking for sprawling decadence and happy to pay the 65 percent higher lodging fees, compared to other hotels. Now it’s looking to create the spacious mansion styled feel in cities. Aman’s hotel in Tokyo did surprisingly well and they have purchased the top floors...

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What Do We Know About the Strange Sonic Attacks in Cuba?

Many diplomats that were working in Cuba began experiencing hearing loss and mild head trauma. The U.S. government claimed that those symptoms were a sonic attack to make our personnel sick. No devise has been found and for the devise to cause such damage would be pretty large. There have been many other theories but they still don’t know. What Do We Know...

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Airbnb Debuts New Tools for a Bigger Cut of the $138 Billion Vacation Rental Industry

Airbnd helps people find vacation rentals. This is a huge industry. Lots of money is made every year. Airbnd is beginning to get more of that money as they become more popular. There are many ways to find a rental and this is a good one because it has many options and is easy to use. Airbnb Debuts New Tools for a Bigger Cut of the $138 Billion Vacation Rental...

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In 1859, the United States and Britain Almost Went to War Over a Pig

By the late colonial era, many territories had competing claims from competing countries. In Oregon a treaty was drawn up that divided the claims based on an unspecified channel of water. Depending on which channel was intended, San Juan island might belong to the British or to the US. There was ongoing struggle. For a while only animals were kept on the island....

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Two White Giraffes—A Mom and a Calf—Are Thrilling Wildlife Fans in Kenya

White Giraffes have thrilled wildlife fans in Kenya in recent months at the country. A mom and a calf both have white colors that match their respective markings. Wildlife fans are glad to see the pair together during the event held for them. Giraffes continue to thrive in Kenya and elsewhere in Africa for people to enjoy. Future generations can see the giraffes...

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