History Schmistory: September 19. We’re not safe here.

1957: The US begins testing underground nukes. Burrowing animals across the globe react in horror.

Deadword of the Day: Quackle

Quackle: The noise one makes when choking.

As in: Your quackling is futile.
 

Marco’s Favorite Senator

Whatever your politics, you gotta admit this is amazing!

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This winter, a stay at an ice hotel might be in order!

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Among numerous wonderful things, London also has triple decker buses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know that you can get a free Team Marco Polo London travel ebook if you “like” TMP on Facebook? C’mon, give Marco some ‘like’ folks!

Deadword of the Day: Haspenald

Haspenald: A ridiculously tall kid.

As in: Our haspenald is bigger than your haspenald!

History Schmistory: September 18. In fifteen hundred zero two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue for the last dadgum time!

1502: Christopher Columbus lands at Costa Rica on his fourth and final voyage. And yes, he still thinks it’s Asia. Poor sap.

Sebastiano del Piombo [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Sebastiano del Piombo [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Deadword of the Day: Cupidity

Cupidity: When people are so crazy in love, they behave abnormally.

As in: I’m not sure how much more of this cupidity I can take…
 

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Planning a trip to Hawaii? Be sure to make time for some whale watching!

History Schmistory: September 17. The New Frontier…

1976: NASA unveils the first space shuttle, Enterprise. Shatner and Nimoy consider a comeback.

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