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Posts by Kelsi Maree Borland

Railroad Revival Tour 2012
The Railroad Revival tour is being resurrected for 2012, and this year Willie Nelson and Band of Horses are boarding the train. For the unfamiliar, the to... Read More
Get Ready to Scream! World’s First Gelato Museum Opens in Italy
It may not have a rhyming slogan all its own, but the world screams plenty for gelato. This week, enthusiasm for the extra-creamy Italian treat will culmi... Read More
Seagull Films Sunset for Tourist
French tourist Nathalie Rollandin was shocked when a seagull swooped down and snatched her camera and her precious vacation photos. What she didn't realiz... Read More
Singapore’s New Pandas Travel in Luxurious Style
The last time you traveled to Singapore, was your plane temperature controlled? Were your meals specially prepared? Were the flight attendants attuned to yo... Read More
Burning Hot New Trend? Tourists as Firefighters
If Detroit is seeking to find the next craze in adventure travel, they are really missing the mark. The city commissioner, Don Austin, is thinking of chargi... Read More
Boeing’s Dreamliner Lands in Africa
This month, Ethiopian Air became the first airline outside of Asia to operate Boeing’s newest airplane: the 787 Dreamliner. The buzz-worthy aircraft has b... Read More
Psychics! The Newest Trend in Art
No, this isn’t part of a gypsy-laden renaissance fair. London’s The Tate Modern recently opened its doors to six psychics for the opening weekend of Under... Read More
Man Travels to Slumberland on Luggage Conveyor Belt
We’ve always felt that finding a comfortable place to rest your head at an airport is challenging, but a Norwegian tourist at the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicin... Read More
Alaska Airlines Technician Tapes Handwritten Excuse Note to Damaged Wing
When you look out of an airplane window in flight, you expect to see clouds, treetops, vast landscape or ocean—but certainly not notes from the plane techni... Read More
No More Save-sies: Carnival Cruises Puts an End to Chair Hogs
We’ve all seen it happen: a couple or family wake up extra early and sprawl towels, bags, newspapers and such on prime lounge chairs to save them from the... Read More
Celebrity Hair Stylist Yves Durif Expands at The Carlyle
Yves Durif Travels Across the Hall, and Around the World Travel aficionados may typically flock to The Carlyle Hotel on New York’s Upper East Side for it... Read More
London’s Calling (for Free)
By now, most travelers wanting to sneak across the pond for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games are waving the white flag of defeat. But today, there's hope. Br... Read More