The Dark Side of Florida
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Friday, 27 October 2017 13:55

The people at the vacation rentals website called Tripelli have done a blog post for Halloween that provides information about the dark side of Florida. Learn all about the gravity-defying hill, the stinking bigfoot, the evil doll, the serial killer's local and more by reading the piece.

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The World's Most Haunting Abandoned Airports
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Wednesday, 11 October 2017 11:54

The folks at fights website Cheap Flights Finder have posted a cool article that offers lots of information about abandoned airports around the World along with great pics. Read about an abandoned airport in Jaisalmer, India, Don Quijote Airport in Spain, Floyd Bennett Field, New York and other places by checking out the piece.

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5 Insanely Small And Inhabited Private Islands
Written by David Eaves   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 09:00

Most people dream of owning their own island, a piece of tranquil heaven to truly call their own. For the majority of people however, this will always remain just that: a dream. On the flipside, there is a definite island-buying trend growing amongst those lucky enough to be able to afford such a residence, from movie stars through to politicians, which will one day result in all such people living offshore… or maybe not.

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A Gloriously Haunting Tour of Abandoned France
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Friday, 06 January 2017 14:52

Here we have a collection of cool photographs taken from the French villas website Gites.co.uk of awesome abandoned places you should visit in France. Check out these stunning shots that will take you on a gloriously haunting but ever-so-beautiful tour of abandoned France.

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Why San Antonio Will Be the Next Shining Star of Texas
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 19:05

Here is a fantastic infographic from the folks at InterContinental Hotels Group about San Antonio, the seventh-most populated city in the United States and the second-most populated city in the state of Texas. Learn about Market Square which is the largest Mexican market, the Alamo Cathedral which is Texas's most toured monument and plenty more by checking out this piece.

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