Many people plan trips to places around the world each year for personal and business reasons, and a lot of them will face unexpected expenses along the way. Nothing will ruin your next trip as much as the airport losing your luggage or getting sick before your departure.
It’s amazing to think that despite their low life expectancy, high risk of disease, and fondness for war, ancient man found the time to get anything done let alone pull off spectacular feats of architecture with only the most primitive of tools. Here are some of the oldest manmade structures on the planet that you can still marvel at today.
It’s no secret that the greatest achievements in sports history benefited from the venue that contained them. After all, the pitch, field, park, or area contribute as much to the high-octane action as the players on the field.
Pumpkins are a member of the squash family and one of the best things about them is that they are so versatile. Surprisingly though, they are not just celebrated in the Western Hemisphere. Pumpkin is actually eaten all over the world, which tells you everything you need to know about its versatility and great flavor.
While every suburban neighborhood probably has a nearby pumpkin patch, there are definitely some across the United States that are worth a trek. Here is a list of America’s most enjoyable pumpkin patches that offer tons of fall fun for the whole family.
Man has forever been trying to reach for the clouds, and the skyscrapers dotting our cities’ horizons are monuments to this dream. However, some dreams never quite come to fruition. Around the world, there are empty towers that remind us of hard financial times and failed attempts to conquer the sky.