These famous landmarks as food will make you want to eat your holiday photos

Interesting idea to combine food and landmarks together.

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It’s the Tiny Tourists That Make This Lego Eiffel Tower So Perfect

It took three master builders two months and over 67,000 pieces of Lego to build this seven foot tall replica of Paris’ Eiffel Tower. But what’s more impressive than how Sean Kenney was able to recreate the structure’s recognizable architecture and lattice-like detailing is how his team managed to bring the model to life with a sea of micro-scale tourists.

… If you find yourself in New York on July 14, 2015, you’ll actually be able to see Kenney’s Eiffel Tower model in person if you head on over to Brookfield Place in Manhattan.

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Which Airline Has the Most Legroom? A Complete Guide

With help from Cheapflights.com, the article break down each airplane seat by its pitch and width, so you know how far your legs can go.

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How much will that free airline award ticket actually cost you? We broke it down by airline

So you’ve been banking all your Delta miles for the last years, waiting to pull the trigger on that “free” trip to Paris, only to find out it’s also going to cost you $300 in fees. Well, sorry to break it you, but airplane tickets are like pretty much everything else free in this world — they usually come with a catch. While miles might cover your base fare, there are plenty of other creative ways that airlines can extort you, turning that free, painless vacation of your dreams into a frustrating and expensive nightmare. Fortunately, not all mileage programs are created equal and there are plenty of amazing deals to be had if you know where to look.

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This startup has an algorithm that finds discount flight tickets ‘hidden’ on airline websites

It is an interesting idea to consider airline connections involving different airlines to get a cheaper total price. But, if it involves extra stops or extra days to stay before the destination, it may not be worthwhile unless you are a leisure travelers.

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17 Of The Most Unusual Beaches Around The World

When someone says “beach” you probably think of yellow or white sand, rolling waves, bright sunlight and a beer or fruity cocktail. But beaches come in far more different shapes and colors than some of us might have expected. Here are 17 beaches that, in one way or another, might not be anything like the beaches you’re used to.

One of the most striking differences in many of these beaches are the different sand colors. Sand is generally formed out of whatever the waves happen to be banging against the shore, be they rocks, shells, corals, or glass. Rare green beaches can contain olivine, which is a remnant of volcanic eruptions, and black beaches are also generally formed by volcanic remnants. The pink beaches of Bermuda are colored by coral remnants.

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21 Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die

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.

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