Updated: 04/22/2018 | April 22, 2018 Dan Brown may have brought this chapel into popular culture in his book “The Da Vinci Code”, but this chapel was famous in its own right long before that. Rosslyn Chapel has been loved for both its amazing decorative artwork as well as the mystery that surrounds it with […]
Updated: 04/05/2018 | April 5, 2018 Underneath the city of Paris, you’ll find a honeycomb of tunnels. The tunnel system is a giant maze and no one knows quite how many tunnels or chambers there are out there (that’s how big it is). Paris is, after all, a very old city that has been built […]
The Roswell UFO Museum is out of this world! Dedicated to educating the general public about all aspects of the UFO phenomenon, its exhibits include information on Roswell, crop circles, Area 51, government cover-ups, and alien abductions. There’s something for every interested person here – skeptic, curious, or true believer.
Updated: 02/14/2018 | February 14, 2018 The Swedish Ice Hotel is located in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. It has over 80 rooms and is built annually using ice from the nearby Torne River. The 30,000-square-foot hotel is located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle and features an Absolut Vodka ice bar, an ice cinema, an ice […]
The Cathedral of Junk is just what it sounds like: a bunch of junk built into the shape of a cathedral. It was started in 1988 by Vince Hannemann and has grown over the years through donations from people around both the city and the world. Nowadays, it contains over 60 tons of junk. A […]
As if Holland wasn’t small enough to travel around, if you are really pressed for time, you can visit the whole country all in one day by visiting Madurodam. Madurodam is a miniature “city” located just outside The Hague, Netherlands. Madurodam is a scale model of the country, and all the attractions and geographical features […]