There are some things, that in most of the world or in certain parts of the world are not illegal and are seen as totally crazy by large portions of society. Now we are totally not telling you to go out and do any of these things, most of them are hazardous, dangerous and crazy, what we are saying is that if you did decide to do them, you would not be in danger with the LAW.
It’s really charm travelling Odessa, Ukraine especially in the summers. For travelling lovers, visiting this city is just like a travel dream come true though they are not even sure what to expect from the destination unless they reach there. This is mainly because the only things most of the people know about Odessa are the Black Sea harbor and its criminal past.
Surprisingly, Odessa tends to fascinate visitors and tourists more and more with every passing minute and they cannot even say why it is so. And this is for sure that you are going to fall for the place really quick from the moment you get there.
Forget the Eiffel Tower and go with a native Parisian visit to discover the 10 best things to see and do in the city of love. Want to visit Paris differently? Here we go!
Niv Borsuk shares his best advice and lets you discover her favorite places for sightseeing Paris. Visiting Paris is not all about the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysées or the Arc de Triomphe. Paris is above all a city that feeds my curiosity and surprises me day after day. It’s a city that gives you the opportunity to meet people and to feel good about yourself. In the end, it’s a city to go to if you want to enjoy life. Want to visit Paris? Here are my top 10 best things to see if you do not know what to do in Paris.
Who doesn’t love a good laugh? The internet certainly does, which is perfectly depicted in the series of videos known as ‘Top 10 Dumbest Tweets’ on the channel Most Amazing Top 10. How much the audience loves these kinds of videos is clearly evident in the fact that the latest video that came out only a few days ago is part 31. That’s right; part thirty-one!
Lottery winners such as Merle and Patrica Butler of Red Bud, Illinois and three teachers calling themselves The Three Amigos in Milford Mill, Maryland, as well as an anonymous winner in Ottawa, Kansas, who shared the $656 Mega Millions jackpot March 30 of 2012 and won $218.6 million each find themselves in a conundrum.