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This is Canadians’ biggest pet peeve while travelling

Canadians are known for being polite, so it should come as no surprise that we’d dislike anyone who isn’t.
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Eagle eye spots misplaced accent mark on Santa Fe’s website

An accent mark of the official seal of the capital city of the nation’s most Hispanic state is in the wrong spot.
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Sunwing’s 100th all-female flight marks International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, Sunwing launched its 100th flight crewed entirely by women yesterday morning.
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Still can’t find Europe’s G-spot? Vilnius’ new campaign will help you find it

Remember Vilnius and its controversial marketing campaign in 2018? Back then, the capital of Lithuania billed itself as the ‘G-spot of Europe’, claiming that “nobody knows where it is but when you find it, it’s amazing.”
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You can stay in an elephant’s belly but you’ll have to book fast

New Jersey shore visitors hungry for nostalgia will get a chance to sleep in the belly of the beast next month.
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Air New Zealand testing sleep pods in Economy and the photo looks straight out of the future

At long last, economy airline passengers may finally be getting what they deserve – a good night’s sleep.
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Looking for more space? Virgin Galactic to reopen ticket sales

To infinity and beyond has never been closer, thanks to Virgin Galactic.
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This cat is living large, sailing around the world on a yacht

FOMO (fear of missing out) is a real affliction, especially when you’ve got cats travelling around the world on a luxury yacht.
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Miniature horse spotted in first class on American Airlines

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — My Little Pony really does fly – in first class on American Airlines, no less.
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Have you heard of the Leaning Tower of Dallas?

They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, which would explain the latest craze in Dallas involving a decrepit old building.
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