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The craziest examples of Mandela Effect

Do you ever get the sense that something isn’t quite how you remembered it? It could be something as small as the logo on your favourite brand of cereal, or as big as the death of a prominent political figure. If so, you may have experienced the Mandela Effect, a form of false memory in which a large group of people recall something differently than how it actually happened. Some say it’s proof of a parallel universe. More likely, it’s just an example of how the mind can play tricks on us. Here are some of the craziest examples of this unusual phenomenon.


10 of the Most Unique Museums In the United States

Add these one-of-a-kind destinations to your travel bucket list.


30 Rare Photographs Taken at Chateau Marmont

The iconic Hollywood hotel has been a favorite among celebrities for nearly 100 years.


Cool, Harley-Davidson Built a Park in Milwaukee

Immerse yourself in the rich history of the MoCo, all while enjoying multiple sites and attractions.


The Most Beautiful Small Towns In Every State

Why yes, we would love to reside in a place where we can pan for sapphires.


Big cities on the brink of natural disaster

Weather plays a big role when picking somewhere to live or travel. Mediterranean countries attract thousands thanks to their warm water, while Scandinavian nations benefit from having ice cold temperatures. However, some destinations have different climates entirely. You may think Tokyo and New York City are some tempting locations, but did you know that they are both cities on the brink of natural disaster? That's right, there are super cities across the globe that are vulnerable to typhoons, tsunamis, wildfires, or even earthquakes. Click on to explore the places where mother nature could strike at any minute, wreaking untold havoc on super-sized cities across the atlas.


26 incredible treasures found on shipwrecks

Over the years, scuba-diving excavators have found countless objects that tell us a huge amount about life on board ship and the wider world the sailors lived in. These incredible artefacts were plucked from the deep sea...


Who died at Windsor Castle?

We have written before about notable deaths in Buckingham Palace, and now it's time to move west from the capital—to Windsor. The last person to die in the royal residence was Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in 2021, but many more have taken their last breath in Windsor. Browse through the following gallery and get to know who died at Windsor Castle.


Copenhagen offers tourist rewards as other EU nations clamp down

In Barcelona visitors have been sprayed with water pistols in an expression of local people’s anger about over-tourism. By contrast in Copenhagen, tourists are to be given financial and other incentives to come – as long as they act responsibly. The Danish capital appears to be bucking the trend of other travel hotspots struggling under the burden of too many tourists, by attempting to lure only the well-behaved, socially and environmentally...


Are These Bucket List Trips Actually Worth The Hype?

You might just have to see it to believe it.


21 Creative Ways to Use Rocks in Your Landscaping

Carve out naturally beautiful borders, stairs, and sitting areas.


The most peaceful countries to live in this year

How do we measure the delicate balance of peace in a world where finding safety is perhaps the greatest challenge we face? All of the countries listed here are committed to creating a stable and comfortable environment in which their citizens can thrive and grow without living in fear of crime, terrorism, and other dangers. In this gallery, we invite you to explore the Global Peace Index results for 2024, as nations vie for the coveted title of the most peaceful country on Earth. Click through to find the answers.


31 Rare Vintage Photos of Palm Beach

The glamorous Florida town has attracted socialites, celebs, and even royalty through the years.


32 Rare Vintage Shots Taken at London’s Famous Claridge’s Hotel

The famous hotel is a favorite among royalty and Hollywood stars.


The world's most overcrowded destinations – and where to go instead

While tourism can be a boost to a nation’s economy, it can also put a strain on infrastructure, damage the local environment and lead to overcrowding. Here are 20 less crowded alternatives to some of the world’s best-loved but busiest destinations.


22 Adults-Only Resorts for a Well-Deserved Vacation

These romantic retreats have everything you need—except children.


Yes, You Can Book a Stay at These Celeb-Approved Hotels

You might get starstruck at these luxury properties.


Impressive underground cities where people actually lived

Hidden entrances, ancient tunnels, and complex histories lurk beneath earth's surface, teeming with tales of a life that few people know much about. Many underground paths or malls claim to be cities, but check out this gallery to see the few real underground habitations where people have actually carried out their lives.


Meet the man who made a fortune reviving a declining Pennsylvania town

The RiverStone Estate in the historic town of Foxburg, Pennsylvania dates back to 1796 and has ties to the early Quakers, it has a fascinating past and bags of period features. But, it also has a very interesting future. Let's take a look around...


It's Official: We Found the 40 Prettiest Flowers in the World

How many of these breathtaking beauties do you recognize? As is often the case with beautiful things, we've given flowers meaning—so much so that even looking at one can make you feel more alive. A plain red rose has become a romantic expression of love and sunny daffodils represent the rebirth of the planet every spring. Of course, because they're plants, we also use them in more practical ways: Silky flower petals have been crushed and distilled into essential oils and perfumes for centuries, and we've figured out how to eat some of them and make tea with select leaves, stalks, and blooms. But to put it simply, the joy of admiring a gorgeous, colorful flower is unmatched. (Though we should note that some are best admired from afar because of toxicity.) Not to mention, no two flowers are exactly the same. Some rise out of the water to bloom while others sprout vines that go where they want…permanently decorating the side of your house. Even low bushes can produce incredible blossoms, like giant peonies, and if you've ever sat under a cherry blossom tree with a cool breeze blowing tiny petals around you, you know how magnificent flowering trees can be. A person who loves flowers is called an "anthophile," and if this describes you, you'll probably recognize most—if not all—of the flowers below. Rare or common, bright or soft, simple or complex, these beautiful flowers from around the world are certainly sights to behold.


20 of America's Best Historic Homes You Definitely Have to Visit

Yes, it's time to plan a trip!


From bedbugs to the opening ceremony: Is Paris ready for the Olympics?

Paris will host the Olympics and Paralympics this summer, with thousands of stellar athletes and millions of tourists expected to visit the French capital. The countdown to the Games is on, so click through this gallery to find out everything you need to know, from the newly debuted sports to where the opening ceremony will be held.


13 Beautiful City Skyline Photos Snapped Around the World

Dazzling views from the top await.


Revealed: the 52 most expensive buildings in Singapore and beyond

Ever wondered which world-famous buildings cost the most money to construct? Look no further. We’ve rounded up the most expensive buildings on the planet, from dizzyingly-high skyscrapers to lavish casino resorts.


The best US Navy planes of the second world war

Naval aviators did much to win the war in the pacific – and they had some great planes to do it with


Why Montenegro is the most underrated jewel of the Mediterranean

For a long time it was overlooked in favor of more well-trodden Mediterranean destinations, but now Montenegro is quickly gaining a reputation as the perfect place to travel. And it's no surprise really, as the small but mighty country somehow contains spectacular highlands, charming bays overlooking the crystalline blue Adriatic Sea, antique Venetian villages, UNESCO walled cities, and something for every type of traveler within its borders. Click through to look at some of its most stunning, culturally rich, and visually appetizing spots.


I've traveled to 90 countries. I only found one place I want to live.

After her first visit to Thailand in 2015 she was determined to return. Now, she's living in Chiang Mai and happily paying $355 per month for rent.


Massachusetts explorer shows surprising find he made inside ghost ship

Ben Stevens, an urban explorer has made a shocking find on a haunted ship that was abandoned after it ran aground multiple times.


Tasty travel snacks that are healthy and hassle-free

Two of the biggest mistakes people make while traveling are completely abandoning their healthy habits and spending way too much money on food. But traveling doesn't have to be hard on your body or your bank account! Click through to see healthy, cheaper snack ideas that will keep you satiated, all while fitting easily in your carry-on.


A Guide to Celebrating Oktoberfest in Munich, Where Local Breweries Host Epic Tents

The world’s largest folk festival can be overwhelming to navigate — here's a starter pack of beer tents at Munich’s famous celebration.


Truly Fascinating Places You Won't Believe Are in the United States

From lunar-like landscapes to European-style castles.


Travel blog couple swept to death in raging Japan river as wife tries to save husband

Chinese woman and her Japanese husband perish after being swept away in a fast-flowing waters following wake of heavy rainfall A travel blogging couple have been killed while climbing a mountain in Japan after the wife jumped into a swollen river to save her husband and they were both swept away by the raging waters. The 35-year-old Chinese wife, w...


The best public-access and private golf courses in Mississippi, ranked

Looking to play the best golf courses in Mississippi? Welcome to our annual Golfweek’s Best ranking of public-access and private courses. Following are the rankings for both types of courses, as judged by our nationw


Knowing the Land of Israel part 3: Discovering little wonders in Ashkelon National Park

Lycaenid caterpillars have called this place home since before the first Canaanites set up camp on the Ashkelon beach so many millennia ago.


World’s rarest whale may have washed up on New Zealand beach, possibly shedding clues on species

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Spade-toothed whales are the world’s rarest, with no live sightings ever recorded. No one knows how many there are, what they eat, or even where they live in the vast expanse of the southern Pacific Ocean. However, scientists in New Zealand may have finally caught a break. The country's conservation agency said Monday a creature that washed up on a South Island beach this month is believed to be a spade-toothed...


Inflatable monster takes over cathedral for event

Life-size animatronic sea creatures, from prehistoric to modern times, have settled in the city.


How 4 Hong Kong hotels help guests discover city’s culture, history and stories

Forget the usual tourist hotspots, these hotels are among those that help guests experience a more authentic Hong Kong Today's travellers are more interested in immersing themselves in local culture and having unique experiences than simply ticking off tourist hotspots, according to many in the travel industry. Hotels in Hong Kong are meeting this ...


These Garden Arches Can Transform Your Backyard Into a Beautiful Oasis

Adding visual interest to your outdoor space has never been easier.


American Airlines crew filmed my distress after wheelchair failed to arrive at Heathrow

I am disabled and was left stranded on the jet bridge floor at Heathrow by American Airlines when pre-booked special assistance did not arrive. Instead of helping, a crew member filmed me in distress. Due to my various health conditions I need a wheelchair to board and disembark. There was no issue at the John F Kennedy airport in New York. But when the plane landed at Heathrow no one came to get me. I eventually inquired. I was told a...


Rylan Clark surprises British Airways customers with a tannoy announcement during flight to Berlin ahead of Euros final

The TV personality, 35, stood at the front of the plane to wish everyone on board a 'safe and brilliant' match and urged them not to loose their passports.


What does Hong Kong airport smell of? Or your go-to hotel? The business of scent branding

Scent branding uses signature aromas to encourage patrons to return to hotels, malls and stores. A Hong Kong expert talks dollars and scents If you are a fragrance enthusiast, you may have heard of Shiu Shing Hong, a quaint shop in Hong Kong's Sheung Wan district that has been around for more than 50 years. The store, which recently went viral on C...


19 Airbnbs from films and TV shows including Carrie Bradshaw's NY apartment

These Airbnbs have all made appearances in your favourite TV shows or films, from Carrie Bradshaw's New York apartment and closet to Godric’s Hollow in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows...


30 adventure destinations for thrill-seekers

Calling all adrenaline junkies, thrill-seekers, and adventurers alike! From scaling towering peaks to diving into the depths of the ocean, there are adventures that offer unique thrills all around the world. Some adventures are not for the faint-hearted, and others even require some training. In this gallery, we'll embark on an exhilarating journey as we take a look through the world of adventure and daring exploits! Be warned though: some of these adventures might make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up! Without further ago, click on and let's dive in!


13 Amusement Parks in the U.S. That Are Completely Free to Enter

A few even charge you nothing for parking and entertainment. Amusement parks are synonymous with so many wonderful things: fun in the sun, rollercoasters and carousels, games galore and delicious food. And all in a colorful, jubilant, family-friendly setting. The only issue? Joy like that does not typically come cheap. Or can it? Well, at these 13 amusement parks across the U.S., from the Golden to the Garden States, you can save on one very important front: entry. While the vast majority of amusement parks — including Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens — require tickets just to walk through the gates, these resorts and parks do not. Of course, if you want to ride the rides or snack on the snacks, you'll still have to open your wallet. (A good thing can only go so far!) But if you're someone who's more about the vibes than the rides, this is the list for you. Make sure you scroll to the bottom: There's one very famous park that's about to go "open gate" with its water parks for guests staying on property. (Hint: It's home to a special mouse!)


Heading to Milan? These Are the 21 Travel Essentials to Pack

Don’t leave the house without these jet-setter must-haves.


British tourist chased by motorcyclists before crashing car in Bali

This is the shocking moment a British tourist, Thomas James Simpson, in Indonesia was chased through the streets of Bali by angry motorcyclists before crashing his car and being beaten up by locals accusing him of hit and run.


These Are America’s Wealthiest Suburbs

Move over New York City, Los Angeles and Miami. Wealthy Americans are swapping notoriously rich city locales in favor of making moves to quiet, secluded suburbs like Scarsdale, Calabasas and Palm...


After a Night at These Luxurious New International Hotels, You’ll Never Want to Come Home.

Wanderlust is not a deadly sin.


More migrants brought to Dover as people smugglers exploit calm sea

Dozens of migrants were intercepted crossing the English Channel in dinghies today as people smugglers continue to take advantage of calm conditions.


Beautiful Cities in Greece That Deserve More Love

Don't overlook these hidden gems!