Airports

Emirates Plans Lounge For Birmingham Airport

Emirates Airline announced they are constructing a new 7,000 square foot Emirates Lounge at the Birmingham Airport.  They made the announcement during the 70th anniversary celebrations of the airport. 

More Airports
Skytrax announces list of best airports for 2018
Passenger traffic at Doha’s Hamad International Airport grows by 20%
World’s first 7-star airport inaugurated
Latest Travel News
Multiple Langham Hotels named in 2020 Re...
Swiss Belhotel to open 4 new hotels in t...
Abu Dhabi and Wizz Air announce establis...
Featured Sights To See
Angel de la Independencia

Angel de la Independencia

Mexico City, Mexico

A monument serving as a symbol of pride for the Mexican nation, located on the Paseo de la Reforma. The Angel was built in 1910 to mark the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence. Needless to say, the site offers all kinds of crazy photo opportunities, at different times of the day, and with different background environments! ...

Batie Woods

Batie Woods

Geneva, Switzerland

Batie Woods is a wildlife refuge spanning about 20 hectares. Joggers and hikers enjoy the hiking trails that run through the park. There is also a small zoo inside the woods.  ...

Fine Arts Building

Fine Arts Building

Chicago, United States

The Fine Arts Building, also known as the Studebaker Building, was built in 1885 for the Studebaker company by architect Solon S. Beman.  It is a striking example of Romanesque architecture.  Studebaker soon vacated the building, and it was renovated into a hub of fine arts.  As the name would suggest, it is filled with offices, art galleries, lofts, recording studios, and shops, ne...

Bata Shoe Museum

Bata Shoe Museum

Toronto, Canada

Anyone with a shoe fetish will love this museum, which showcases the Bata family's 10,000-item collection. From the outside, the museum looks like a quirky shoebox. The main gallery outlines the history of footwear- ‘All about shoes’. The galleries house everything from 17th century French spiked clogs to crush chestnuts, to Elton John’s foot-high platforms. The galleries on the second floor conti...