March 3, 2023

3,000-Year-Old Greek Olive Tree in Greece Still Grows Olives

Trees have a certain steadfast, understated beauty. Their longevity means they see people, seasons, and even historical events come and go. Some trees have seen more than others. One twisted, magnificent olive tree in the village of Ano Vouves on the Greek island of Crete has seen millennia spanning from the fall of the Roman Empire to the return of the Olympics to Athens in 2004.

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February 16, 2023

25 Fun Travel Essentials for Creative Globetrotters

For many tourists, taking a trip is all about the destination. However, seasoned travelers know that getting there can be half the fun—especially if you get creative with your carry-on! Packed with fun travel essentials, this collection of travel products ensures everything will be smooth sailing. From organizational aids and in-flight entertainment to tools that guarantee stress-free sightseeing, these unique travel gifts are perfect for the jet-setters and globe-trotters in your life.

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January 13, 2023

Louvre Decides to Limit Daily Entries to Give Visitors a Better Experience

If you've ever visited the Louvre, you may have witnessed the commotion surrounding the Mona Lisa. Massive crowds surround Leonardo da Vinci's oil painting, with phones waving in the air as people attempt to snap a photo. All the while, the myriad of surrounding masterpieces are completely ignored. But those days may soon be gone thanks to confirmation from the museum that it has been limiting—and will continue to limit—daily visitors to 30,000.

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