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The colorful and inviting Manarola is one of five towns that make up the region of Cinque Terre on the rugged coast of the Italian Riviera, an area known to bring tears to Marco’s eyes… mostly because he’s afraid of heights.

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The Dinosphere is just one of fourteen awesome exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the largest museum for children in the world!

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That’s right, goats in Morocco can climb trees. And they appear to enjoy it. What more do you need to know?

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Teddy Roosevelt declared Devil’s Tower in Wyoming the first National Monument of the United States, today in 1906. There you go. Something good happened in 1906.

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Underneath the surface in Southeast London lies the Chislehurst Caves, over 22 miles of man-made caves with over 4000 years of history.

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GO THERE! Great art in Florence: FREE

Our two favorite things: Florence and FREE! Great tips on free art you can see in Florence. Now’s a great time to go. Heck with the kids. How many soccer games can a parent see? Leave ‘em with Grandma and head East to the Old Country while the tourists are few and the gustatory pleasures are many!

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GO THERE! Hang with puppets!

The World Puppetry Festival in the French Ardennes starts Friday, September 16th. Go there and bring us some souvenirs!

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The Eden Project is a can’t miss family attraction in Cornwall, UK, that boasts the largest greenhouse in the world. And the coolest looking one, we think.

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The city of Hamilton, Ontario has 126 waterfalls, claiming the title of  Waterfall Capital of the World. Also known as “The City of Bladder Infection” :)

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GO THERE! Wheels, Wheels, Wheels


The London Eye or Millenium Wheel was the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world (443ft) when it first opened in the year 2000. Of course the Chinese couldn’t have that, so they built a bigger one called the Star of Nanchang (525ft). Not to be outdone, Singapore soon after rolled out the Singapore Flyer (541ft). The next challenger to swoop in and claim the title could be a city near you!

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