background preloader

21 Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die

21 Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die
Credits: Bored Panda Take a look at some of the most amazing hotels in the world. Not everyone can afford holiday in one of these locations, however most of us would love to spend quality time with family or friends in these places. You might want to stay in the room underwater or perhaps enjoy your breakfast from the cave facing the sea. Everyone will find something interesting. 1. Äscher Cliff, Switzerland Website: 2. Website: 3. Website: 4. Photographer Jesper Anhede/ Image credits: Genberg Underwater Hotels/ 5. Website: 6. Website: 7. Website: 8. Website: 9. Website: 10. Website: 11. Website: 12. 13. Website: 14. Website: 15. Website: 16. Website: 17. Website: 18. Website: 19. 20.

Related:  raphaelbotTravel

News - Serious fun: The business side of running a music festival 4 March 2014Last updated at 19:27 ET By Sara Barman Reporter, BBC News, Playa del Carmen, Mexico A flavour of the festival as two BPM directors talk business The sun beats down on palm trees, and the turquoise waves of the Caribbean Sea lap the white sands of Playa del Carman, Mexico, as honeymooners Graham and Marianne sip their drinks. So far, so typical. But this is no romantic retreat. The couple are surrounded by hundreds of people losing themselves in the techno beats blaring out from speakers around the beach bar.

The European Voluntary Service (EVS) Lots of students want to spend their year abroad volunteering, but are put off by the costs – how on earth can you live abroad for a year with no money? I felt the same way, until I found out the European Voluntary Service. I’ve just graduated with a degree in French and Russian, and I’m currently doing a year-long voluntary project in Samara, Russia, working for an international youth exchange charity called Lastochki. Other volunteers I know here are working in kindergartens, hospitals and with disabled people. Need Some Motivation Right Now? Read This IMMEDIATELY If you’re in desperate need of some motivation, we’re going to fix that problem, right here, right now. Prepare yourself. WARNING: I’m going to swear and yell a little in this post. Desperate times call for desperate measures. You said you needed motivation. I’m going to do what needs to be done to get your ass in gear.

Six Things to Make a Long Flight More Comfortable It's no secret that a long flight in coach can test the nerves and torture the body of even the most seasoned traveler. But I find that a few small accessories—well worth the space they occupy in my carry-on bag—can boost my comfort, and reduce my stress level, considerably. Even with these six little luxuries, you won't mistake your seat for first-class, but every little bit helps. The Inflatable Komfort Kollar I've used many a neck pillow in my day, and my favorite is the Komfort Kollar because it consumes the least space and weighs practically nothing. You inflate it (with a few deep breaths), wrap it around your neck, and fasten with a Velcro strap. It completely surrounds your neck, protecting it no matter what position you get twisted into, especially if your head drops forward while you're dozing (; $28).

30 photographies pour survoler le monde comme si vous étiez un oiseau Depuis toujours, l’Homme rêve de pouvoir voler afin de s’élever dans les cieux. Comme cela est malheureusement impossible, nous avons dégoté pour vous 30 superbes photographies qui vous montrent le monde vu depuis le ciel, comme si vous étiez un oiseau. 1. New-York, Etats-Unis 2. Barcelone, Espagne Michel Gondry va ouvrir une "Usine de films amateurs" en 2016 Hier, lors d’une conférence de presse à Aubervilliers, Michel Gondry a annoncé qu’il comptait y ouvrir une structure pour les réalisateurs amateurs en 2016. Michel Gondry sur le tournage de “The Green Hornet” Hier, lors d’une conférence de presse à Aubervilliers, Michel Gondry a annoncé sa volonté d’implanter une structure dédiée aux réalisations de cinéastes amateurs dans cette ville de Seine-St-Denis en 2016.

Malaysians rally behind national carrier KUALA LUMPUR, July 19: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) received an outpouring of support from netizens after the company announced it would be waiving any change fees for those who wish to change their travel plans with the airlines, in light of the tragedy that befell MH17. The offer was shared by MAS via its official Facebook and Twitter accounts, which immediately saw the airlines receiving votes of confidence from Malaysians as well as foreigners. Ineke Muller ‏tweeted, “I must thank you!

The world's greatest train journeys - Travel We've rounded up the world's greatest train trips, including a chocolate-themed journey through the Swiss Alps and a luxurious adventure aboard Japan's first luxury train service. Words: Tamara Hinson Show Gallery Une météorite gigantesque pourrait avoir frappé le Québec Voilà du moins ce qu'avance le géochimiste de l'Université de Dartmouth Mukul Sharma dans une étude récemment publiée, ce qui pourrait mener à une explication de l'un des épisodes les plus étranges de l'histoire de la Terre. «Toute cette idée est controversée, dit le chercheur. Il existe une corrélation entre un événement climatique et une météorite, mais quelle en est la cause? Comment cela s'est-il déroulé?» M.

Grams : le moteur de recherches illégales du Darknet Le Darknet accueille aujourd’hui Grams. Le tout premier moteur de recherche qui permet à ses utilisateurs de trouver facilement de la drogue ou des armes à feu de son choix. Présenté comme un Internet bis sans foi ni loi, le Darknet est un concentré de réseaux privés anonymes construits entre pairs de confiance (peer-to-peer), et renvoie à des serveurs non accessibles par les protocoles et les logiciels usuels. This Guy Visited Every Country On The Planet And Heres His List Of Top 12 Countries To Visit Gunnar Garfors was recently all over the social media as he became the youngest person at 38 to visit all the 198 countries in the world. Now, Garfors has put up a list of 12 most wondrous places he visited in his epic journey and tells us why we should write them down in our bucket list. Romania “Transylvania, best known for its castles, mountains, and of course Dracula, will stun you. Not to forget the parties in the capital Bucharest.

The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic (it's not the gluten) The stories became far too frequent to ignore. Emails from folks with allergic or digestive issues to wheat in the United States experienced no symptoms whatsoever when they tried eating pasta on vacation in Italy. Confused parents wondering why wheat consumption sometimes triggered autoimmune reactions in their children but not at other times. In my own home, I’ve long pondered why my husband can eat the wheat I prepare at home, but he experiences negative digestive effects eating even a single roll in a restaurant.