It’s not the cheapest adventure in the world, but if you have ever wanted to enjoy your lunch with the fishes, Ithaa, an underwater restaurant at the Hilton in Maldives, can make your dream a reality.

Caffe Rivoire, Firenze: Tales of Tourists Walking Around Aimlessly

GO THERE! Cave tubing, anyone?

Belize has a lot of caves, many of which were inhabited by the ancient Mayan civilization and are full of artifacts. Some of them you can float through on a tube!


At over 2,500 years old, Budva, Montenegro, is one of the most well preserved medieval cities you could ever get lost in.

Tales of Tourists Walking Around Aimlessly: Florence, Italy

Ah, beautiful Florence Italy. Nestled in the hills of Tuscany, this one time medieval colossus thrives today as a mecca for tourists, students, and artists. Home to Renaissance superstars such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Giotto, and Botticelli. Does the world’s next great artist walk these streets today, disguised as an unsuspecting tourist? Only posterity can know, next time on TALES OF TOURISTS WALKING AROUND AIMLESSLY!












The most insanely gothic cathedral you’re likely to ever see, Sagrada Familia (Gaudi’s Cathedral) is one of many awe inspiring structures in Barcelona by genius architect, Antoni Gaudi. Now if they can just get those cranes out of the way already!


The Underwater Sculpture Park in Cancun, Mexico. Another great reason to learn how to snorkel.

GO THERE! attn pin-heads












Not that anyone needs another reason to go to Vegas, but the “Pinball Hall of Fame” is always reason enough for Marco.


The Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, India, is an historic Hindu temple that will put your uncle Dave’s hideous “art car” to shame. …Not that it would be that difficult.

History Schmistory, June 27: Halt Your Horses!

1652 – New Amsterdam (now NYC) passed the 1st speed limit law in the U.S.A. Probably to prevent all the horse & carriage races that were taking place.

Woah! Slow it down, speed demon!

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