Tag: bus
November 24, 2020
How to Get Around Transportation-Wise While Travelling to Venice Italy and the Hanseatic Cities of Europe

Venice is uniquely connected to the mainland by Ponte della Libertà or Liberty Bridge that was built in 1932 and the railroad bridge that lies right next to it built in 1846. Both bridges are 5km long and connect the historic island to the mainland by bus, train and car (The Liberty Bridge, 2018). The […]

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October 29, 2020
4 Places You've Seen Digital Signage Used in Everyday Life

Digital signage has a number of advantages over printed signage. It can be updated in real-time without having to print new posters and can be managed remotely, which means nobody has to physically go to the digital signage to change the display. It can also be more dynamic, with added animations and effects to draw […]

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October 8, 2020
Here’s How To Boost Your Travel Business After The Pandemic And Make It Successful

Are you trying to run a travel business amidst this pandemic and are feeling utterly helpless about surviving it? Well, we have a solution for you that might be just perfect.  Instead of focusing on reviving your business the traditional way, why not use this time to actually work on some long-term solutions that will […]

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October 2, 2020
Here’s How To Boost Your Travel Business After The Pandemic And Make It Successful

Are you trying to run a travel business amidst this pandemic and are feeling utterly helpless about surviving it? Well, we have a solution for you that might be just perfect. Instead of focusing on reviving your business the traditional way, why not use this time to actually work on some long-term solutions that will […]

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September 29, 2020
Here’s How To Boost Your Travel Business After The Pandemic And Make It Successful

Are you trying to run a travel business amidst this pandemic and are feeling utterly helpless about surviving it? Well, we have a solution for you that might be just perfect.  Instead of focusing on reviving your business the traditional way, why not use this time to actually work on some long-term solutions that will […]

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September 16, 2020
Top U.S. Destinations For Geeks and Fan Girls

With most Hollywood productions utilizing local sets and scenic locations, the U.S. is an excellent destination for fandom members. Aside from classic tourist spots like theme parks and historic museums, you can also join themed tours and visit actual production sets to get your geek fix. Note that most of these destinations will require quite […]

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September 7, 2020
Students Reveal What Factors Are Important in Accommodation Establishments

Every student wants a stable shelter to stay in while studying. They don’t want far off boarding houses because it adds to their daily hassle in going to school. Aside from the traffic, the distance can be overwhelming. Students avoid consuming more than 20% of their day to commute. Instead of utilising this time for […]

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April 29, 2020
Temporarily Relocating to Boston for Work? - 5 Invaluable Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transition

Have you recently gotten notice from your employer that you will be temporarily located to Boston for work? For many people, the idea of being relocated can seem exciting, fun, and of course, a little scary to take in, especially if the news is unexpected. Moving to a new city is always bound to have […]

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March 18, 2020
5 Exceptional Places You Must Visit!

1. Thanda Island | Tanzania Thanda Island situated off the shores of Tanzania is the creme da la creme of private island getaways. This little piece of paradise is just that: it’s the place to kick back and relax in ultimate luxury. Thanda Island offers stunning private accommodation a manor house/villa as well as provide […]

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June 21, 2019
5 things to do in San Jose

San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica. Although it is not its main attraction, it is worth knowing some of the treasures of the most important city in the country. You will not be short of things to do in San Jose: from strolling down Central Avenue to disconnecting in La Sabana. In this […]

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November 9, 2012
The Bloomingdale Rail Line Converted Into Greenway/Linear Park Chicago

Transforming retired railroad lines is a new trend within cities. As you might remember the same type of transformation also took place in New York: Click here to see the post. CDOT, along with numerous community partners, is constructing the Bloomingdale Trail and Park-- a multi-use linear park that will be the first of its […]

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