Looking for fun, exciting, and out-of-the-ordinary things to do in Colorado? If you enjoy strange and unusual attractions, then you’ll love exploring these non-touristy things to do around the Centennial State. From gator wresting to abandoned ghost towns to shark diving, you don’t want to miss out on these 10 weird adventures. Continue at Source: 10 Weird Adventures You Can’t Miss in Colorado | OutThere Colorado
Because there’s nothing worse than when you want to see some sights but there are endless queues.
So what we all really want to find is though hidden gems to explore once you’re an expert Londoner – the ones untroubled by huge queues of tourists or expensive admissions prices.
Here we have a list of 21 of the coolest London attractions that tourists haven’t heard about: Continue at Source: 21 amazing London attractions that tourists don’t know about
It’s foolish to pretend that Instagram hasn’t changed travel. Hotels now seem designed to cater to the platform’s users, and once-obscure architectural works are overrun with hordes of tourists all hoping for that iconic pic.
To lessen the amount of time you spend in your vacation trying to get the perfect gram, we’re giving you our quick cheat sheet to some of the best spots. Continue at Source: The Best Instagram Spots in Mexico City
Are there cocktails that mute the flavor of alcohol because you can’t stand hard liquor? Answer: Yes. Is it possible to get batshit crazy drunk on drinks that don’t remotely taste like there’s any alcohol in them? Answer: HELL. YES. In fact, it’s the worst way to get wasted, because you have no idea when the alcohol hits you—in an hour? Two hours? The next day?
Get buzzed minus the strong taste of hard liquor. You’re welcome. Continue at Source: 13 Cocktails To Try If You Don’t Like The Taste Of Alcohol
Europe may include some of the most popular travel destinations for Americans, but the US State Department advises that several countries on the continent may require extra caution for those looking to vacation abroad.
European countries are ranked by the US State Department according to risks American tourists may encounter while traveling in them. Continue at Source: The riskiest vacation hot spots in Europe, ranked
In late spring or early fall, a good pool party simply needs a barbecue, a cooler of cold beer, and a pool. But this is full-on summer. Summer! And for that, you’re gonna want a DJ spinning, a thousand people in swimsuits, and a fully stocked bar slinging signature drinks. If there’s no chance of getting sprayed with mid-range champagne, what’s the point?
Thermal baths in Hungary. A hostel in Guatemala. Vegas, baby. We’re rounding up the best pools at which to rage this summer. Continue at Source: The World’s Best Pool Parties For Summer 2019
- A popular means of transportation from the 1920s to the 1980s, hitchhiking has since fallen in disrepute
- However, as this map shows, thumbing a ride still occupies a thriving niche – if at great geographic variance
- In some countries and areas, you’ll be off the street in no time. In other places, it’s much harder to thumb your way from A to B
Average waiting time for hitchhikers in Ireland: less than 30 minutes. In southern Spain: more than 90 minutes Continue Reading at Source: Thumbs up? Map shows Europe’s hitchhiking landscape
To say ‘I am from Liverpool’ is a badge of honour which many Scousers wear with pride.
And the city is known for coming together to protect its own.
However not all those who live on Merseyside are born and bred here.
We asked ECHO readers the reasons why they moved to Liverpool – and what it is that has kept them here. Continue at Source: 15 reasons why non-Scousers move to Liverpool and now call it home
From the minute you arrive at the gates leading into Monart Destination Spa and get buzzed inside to see the sprawling 100-acre grounds surrounded by woodland, you can already tell you’re in for something special. The 5-star destination spa hotel just outside Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford has won endless awards since opening in 2005, including Condé … Continue at Source: How To Spend A Perfect 24 Hours At One Of The Best Spas In The World
They say a vacation is only as good as the book you bring with you. And these days it feels like there are as many ways to consume science writing as there are fields of science. Whether you’re a fan of historical nonfiction, graphic novels, poetry or short essays, this year’s panel of summer science books experts has the one you’re looking for to take with you on your journey.
From historical nonfiction to graphic novels to poetry, we’ve got plenty of recommendations for science books. Continue at Source: The Best Science Books To Read This Summer