20 Surprising Sights in Northern Ireland

Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle is the kind of castle ruins one would expect to and should see along an ocean cliff in Northern Ireland. While the castle is completely in ruins, it’s easy to spend an hour or two exploring the remains and imagining that fateful night in the 1600s when the dining room collapsed into the sea during a party.

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Georgi Djadjarov / Shutterstock.com

The Dark Hedges

The Dark Hedges is just the first of many Game of Thrones sights in Northern Ireland.

Wait. Did you just say Game of Thrones?

Yes, I did. More to come.

Back to the Dark Hedges. It’s perfect to drive under with a convertible and snap a few photos.

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VanderWolf Images / Shutterstock.com

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

The original rope bridge was a single-hand rope bridge built in 1755 by salmon fishermen to connect tiny Rock in the Road island to the mainland. Today, a more stable bridge exists to transport visitors to the life of a fisherman of yesteryear and some spectacular views.

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Nahlik / Shutterstock.com



Mini Guide to Russia

Russia is the largest country in the world and has a population of nearly 150 million, though around 77 percent live in the western part of the country. It’s best known for being the first constitutionally socialist state and its role in World War II and the ensuing Cold War. The country has also many technological accomplishments, including sending the first human to space. Nowadays, it’s the world’s 12th largest economy by GDP, the biggest producers of natural gas and oil, and also a permanent member of the UN Council.

Most Interesting Small Towns to Visit in the United States

If you’re used to living in a city or a big suburb, it can be hard to picture what life is like outside of all the hustle and bustle. In fact, U.S. cities house 62.7 percent of the population (as of 2015), but take up just 3.5 percent of the land area — and those numbers continue to grow as more people move into cities every day. If you need to get away for a bit, check out some of these incredible American towns. They may be small, but they’ve all got their own unique attributes that make them popular vacation destinations.

Most Interesting International Fast Food Chains We Wish Would Come to the USA

To connoisseurs of fast food, visits abroad bring the opportunity to see how the rest of the world eats on the go. Although we have our own fast-food chains at home — many which have spread around the world — the most exciting chains around today are regional chains, which use local ingredients flavored to perfectly suit the local’s palate. To get a taste at what’s out there, here are some amazing international fast food chains we wish would come to the United States.