Most of you probably make your way to BoardingArea primarily to learn about ways you can travel more extensively and luxuriously at less expense. Well, over on TravelFreak.net Jeremy Foster makes a case for traveling with absolutely no money at all.
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Greece has been a bit under the gun the last several years. But financial difficulties aside, Greece is still clearly a country with a lot going for it. In fact, Greece has at least 49 things going for it according to BuzzFeed’s Alexander Besant.
Los Angeles and the surrounding area is home to the movie industry and movie stars, DisneyLand, beautiful beaches, fabulous weather and much, much more. But it’s a sprawling metropolis and visitors are often at a loss when trying to decide precisely where to book a room.
Planning a trip with the possibility of a long layover between connections. Give the airline a call – they might just set you up with a free hotel room.
Does travel fill you, or leave you feeling like pieces are missing? One artist seems to believe the answer is the latter, and has created an amazing series of sculptures based on just that premise.
Fair warning: if you are staying in a hotel right now and haven’t already done so, you will soon be checking your mattress for bed bugs. Soon as in, as soon as you finish reading this thread.
Witnessing the Aurora Borealis is often described as a surreal, almost mystical experience. At its most spectacular the charged particle event puts on a light show that shames even the world’s biggest fireworks displays. Or at least that’s what I’ve heard.
According to Conde Nast Traveler, the longest flight in the world in terms of time in the air is Delta’s Atlanta-Johannesburg flight – clocking in at just under 17 hours. But that’s still about 12 hours shy of the route emdee13 took to get from Vientiane to Hanoi.
Most of us book our own travel, using a host of online travel booking tools each with its own user interface and intricacies. And so it wouldn’t be surprising if we goof occasionally and book travel in error – like these poor fools.
Google Maps, Mapquest, Apple Maps and other online mapping applications have changed the way we all think about and use maps. But maybe not so much when we’re on vacation.