As we wait, dreaming of warmer weather and outdoor activities can help keep our minds off the biting cold — and what’s a better warm weather activity than swimming? Whether your pool of choice is a serene lap pool or a gigantic, miles-long wave pool, here are some different pools that will inspire you to dream of summer.
It’s easy to forget what a wealth of culinary tradition we have in the American Southwest. Hugely varied, the Southwest of the U.S. represents hundreds of years of culinary innovation.
Referred to as yuru-kyara or yuru-chara, mascots in Japan are everywhere and can represent anything from an event, festival, town, city, political institution, public service organization, company, historical site, to so much more! These Japanese mascots tend to have relatable characteristics to whatever they are promoting and are a bit out-of-the-box when it comes to characters.
Delicious food is located in the cities of the East Coast: New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia are all rich centers of culinary innovation. This region, from its big cities to small towns, has been serving some of America’s favorite foods.
In the United States, no employer is legally required to give any worker a paid vacation day. We have some of the most retrograde vacation policies in the entire developed world. In contrast, every single country that’s a member of the European Union must give their employees at least four weeks of paid vacation since it is mandated by law.
When it comes to customer satisfaction, many airlines today can only hope to accomplish what would have been considered the bare minimum 20 years ago. With the advent of cheaper flights and increased accessibility worldwide, we’re seeing a new era of airline customer service, focused solely on getting the largest amount of people crammed into an airplane as possible, with no thought given to comfort.