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9 Best Train Journeys in the World - StumbleUpon

In a modern world where traveling between destinations is viewed as a waste of time and resources, it is hard to actually comprehend the beauty of some of the most spectacular rides on the planet. Far less comfortable, yet far more beautiful and interesting, the time spent between two destinations is equally captivating and offers many sights and sounds. While we are very much in a century where we have ‘no time to stand and stare’, there are still some awesome train rides across the globe where the trip itself turns into a destination. So how about hopping on these 10 grand train journeys? Glacier Express Arguably the slowest ‘express’ on the planet, the 180 mile ride on this delightful route takes a good 8 hours. 9 Best Train Journeys in the World - StumbleUpon
Traditional Turf Houses In Iceland In Iceland | Top Travel The Icelandic turf house was the product of a difficult climate, offering superior insulation compared to buildings solely made of wood or stone, and the relative difficulty in obtaining other construction materials in sufficient quantities. Due to the lack of transport and Iceland’s remoteness, importing foreign timber was not very common and mostly reserved for ship and church building. However, Iceland did have a large amount of turf that was suitable for construction. photo source Traditional Turf Houses In Iceland In Iceland | Top Travel