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The 13 Most Beloved Red Lobster Dishes of All Time

The future of pioneering seafood chain Red Lobster is now in jeopardy. Here's a look at the popular dishes that made it famous.


Europe's BEST off-the-radar islands you need to visit

Discover Europe's lesser-known but beautiful island destinations.


21 Creative Ways to Use Rocks in Your Landscaping

Carve out naturally beautiful borders, stairs, and sitting areas.


'Beloved' black bear rescued from Ukraine zoo dies in Scottish zoo

Staff at Five Sisters Zoo in West Calder in West Lothian where Yampil had been relocated described the death of the Asiatic black bear, as a 'truly sad day'.


You won't believe how disgusting royal palaces used to be

When we think of the royal dynasties in European history, we think of kings and queens with absolute power ruling over vast empires, living in unchecked luxury. Many of the palaces they built are still some of the most impressive architectural wonders in existence. From the French Palace of Versailles to London’s Kensington Palace, tourists walk the halls and marvel at the beauty and grandeur of these royal homes. However, these restored palaces leave out a few key details. When they were first built and actually hosted royal courts, they were worse than pigsties! Visitors of the Louvre Palace today are spared the harsh realities of centuries gone by: ungodly smells, rat infestations, and piles of human feces littering the floor. Click through the gallery to find out what it was really like to live in a royal palace of the past.


13 abandoned mansions too stunning to be empty

Unravel the mysteries behind these beautiful abandoned mansions left to languish across the US, Europe and the UK, from Rockwell House to Château Burrus


We dare to dream: England face one last obstacle on one hell of a journey

We dare to dream: England face one last obstacle on one hell of a journey - Sunday’s date with destiny could mark the end of one chapter and the start of another


10 of America’s Best Water Parks

Make a splash at these fun-filled oases.


These Garden Arches Can Transform Your Backyard Into a Beautiful Oasis

Adding visual interest to your outdoor space has never been easier.


The World’s 20 Most Beautiful Cities to Visit in Your Lifetime

Some standards and some surprises–all dazzling destinations to tempt you on your next trip.


7 of the Most Ridiculously Long Interstates in the U.S.

Historic, iconic, impossibly long.


How I found bliss cycling along the coast of Estonia

I was barely out of Pärnu on the first morning when it happened. I’d stopped to listen to the reed warblers in a broad belt of roadside wetland. Down at my feet were four types of orchid, and cuckoos were calling. It was the beginning of my trip: I didn’t know that I would be seeing and hearing those things continuously for the next week. But this was no nature reserve, simply an ordinary Estonian country lane, close to the coast and the...


40 Things That Didn't Exist 40 Years Ago

The world really was a different place back then.


Real small towns that seem to be in a parallel universe

With such diverse landscapes and people spread across this enormous spinning rock, there’s bound to be some extraordinary happenings, but many of them are tucked away in tiny towns, waiting to be discovered. So check out this gallery of unbelievably quirky, impressive, and mind-boggling communities, and revel in the amazement at what your fellow humans have been up to.


Beautiful Cities in Greece That Deserve More Love

Don't overlook these hidden gems!


Breathtaking acrobatics at the Pensacola Beach Air Show captured in photos

Breathtaking acrobatics at the Pensacola Beach Air Show captured in photos


Thousands flock to photograph 'Manhattanhenge,' but clouds spoil the occasion

Thousands flock to photograph 'Manhattanhenge,' but clouds spoil the occasion


How to Transform Your Outdoor Space Into a Cozy Place to Hang Out

Make it instantly more inviting.


Australia explorer laid to rest in village

Matthew Flinders, the man credited with naming Australia, has been reburied in Lincolnshire.


The Most Popular Book the Year You Were Born

We had forgotten about so many of these.


Anti-tourism protestors take to the streets of Alicante in Spain

Hundreds of protestors take to the streets of Alicante in Spain as protests across the country against tourism rises. Spain 's tourism minister has finally condemned the mob who soaked holidaymakers with water pistols, in the country last week.


What it’s really like to live at Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, built in 1703 and designated a royal residence in 1761, is now well-known as the official residence of the late Queen Elizabeth II, but it's also an official state building. The famed royal grounds operate in both private and public spheres, containing both rooms designated for official purposes—the ones which we see—and private areas and apartments, which stay guarded from public view. With its 829,000 square feet and 775 rooms (including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 92 offices, 78 bathrooms, and 188 staff bedrooms), the palace certainly has space for all the royals to live, but it's not as enticing as it might seem. While there are some definite perks to living in the palace, there are also a surprising number of challenges and inconveniences. Click through to find out what life at Buckingham Palace is really like.


Tishbi Winery: Revisiting the creative and excellent food near Binyamina

We left to drive home, certain in the knowledge that Tishbi Winery is still a great place to dine, thanks to its very creative approach, good service, beautiful surroundings, and excellent food.


Here Are the 20 Greatest Movies That Take Place on a Train

A subgenre with surprising versatility.


30 Rare Photographs Taken at Chateau Marmont

The iconic Hollywood hotel has been a favorite among celebrities for nearly 100 years.


Heading to Milan? These Are the 21 Travel Essentials to Pack

Don’t leave the house without these jet-setter must-haves.


International secret societies you didn't know existed

History over the centuries has witnessed the founding of numerous clandestine underground groups, orders, and organizations. Many of these secret societies are shrouded in mystery, their members choosing to keep themselves and their activities well under the radar. Some are truly sinister and cloaked in conspiracy, their motives the subject of much rumor, speculation, and outright fantasy. But how much do we know about these covert clubs, what are their inner functions, and why do they conceal their membership? Click through and unmask the international secret societies you didn't know existed.


Socotra Island, the most unworldly place on the planet

Socotra Island covers an area of just 3,626 sq km (1,400 sq m), and yet this tiny Indian Ocean island lying off the coast of Yemen represents a treasure trove of dazzling biodiversity. The largest island in the Socotra archipelago, this is a destination that defies worldly description. Instead its landscape in more alien in nature, a unique collection of habitats that would look more at home on a distant planet in the far reaches of the universe. But Socotra is accessible, and more people are venturing outside their comfort zone to explore this remarkable island and its wealth of rare flora and fauna. So, how adventurous are you? Click through and journey to a place extraterrestrial in looks, and little explored by earthlings.


22 Adults-Only Resorts for a Well-Deserved Vacation

These romantic retreats have everything you need—except children.


The Rudest Things You Can Do On A Group Trip

Etiquette experts share the faux pas to avoid while traveling with old and new friends.


D’Vontaye Mitchell: Black man’s death leads to hotel staff termination

Several employees of the Hyatt Regency in downtown Milwaukee have been terminated following the death... The post D’Vontaye Mitchell: Black man’s death leads to hotel staff termination appeared first on The Independent News.


Museum cafe plan wins support of city councillors

The £850k plans had been "called in" for closer scrutiny, but have now been passed.


Newspaper headlines: Human remains in suitcases

Local websites and newspapers have been talking about the suitcases found on Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Watkins' last minute winner.


Britain's loneliest sheep, is now HALF the size she ewe-sed to be!

After spending two years marooned on a remote Highland beach, she was in need of a bit of pampering.


RNLI boats on show during charity event

Organisers of the Flag Day say souvenir stalls and a charity swim will also feature.


5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts for Families in Mexico Under $500 per Night

Are you looking for sandy beaches, warm weather, endless food options and a variety of activities? If so, heading to Mexico might be the vacation you and your family have dreamed of. Every resort will...


The 14 Most Elaborate Hotel Bathrooms

The lighting for mirror selfies is impeccable.


Adorable animals that could soon be lost forever

Time is running out for these incredible endangered creatures, which are all listed on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List.


Want to Keep Deer From Eating Your Garden? Here's What to Plant

If Bambi likes to visit your garden, this list is for you.


These Dog-Friendly Hotels Will Pamper Your Pup in Luxury

Save this for your next road trip.


After a Night at These Luxurious New International Hotels, You’ll Never Want to Come Home.

Wanderlust is not a deadly sin.


Inside Magic Johnson's lavish summer getaway as NBA legend travels around Europe with wife Cookie and Samuel L. Jackson

Magic Johnson and Samuel L Jackson have been spotted on a big European vacation on board a superyacht. Johnson has been known to take trips around the Mediterranean in the past.


The 28 Best Westerns of All Time

Saddle up for a trip to Hollywood's version of the Wild West.


Incredible natural wonders that sadly no longer exist

From coastal beauty spots and volcanic phenomena to sacred trees and lakes, discover the natural sights we'll never get to see in person due to climate change, erosion and vandalism.


Would you fly into the world's scariest airports?

These days, we take landing at an airport pretty much for granted. But there are some flight destinations that are notorious for the dangers they pose to both the aircraft, its crew, and passengers. These are airports that have a frightening reputation for their difficult and sometimes remote location, challenging weather conditions, and perilous runways. Arriving and departing from such terminals tests the skill and confidence of the most seasoned of pilots, and the nerve and resolve of the traveling public. So, does your next flight take you to one of the world's scariest airports? Check in, buckle up, and click through this list of dangerous destinations.


Plane makes emergency landing at Sydney Airport after fuel leak

A plane has been forced to make an emergency landing at Sydney Airport after a mayday report was made about a fuel leak mid-flight.


I moved our family from California to Costa Rica for love, and it ended up being the best thing for us — despite the breakup

Ivette Cuevas moved from California to Costa Rica and opened a coffee shop with her son. They both say it's better for them than life in the US.


Dark tourism: following a gruesome travel itinerary

Are you a "dark tourist," someone who deliberately seeks out places blighted by death, destruction, and tragedy? While traveling the world visiting cemeteries, war memorials, natural disaster sites, and former prisons can, perhaps, satisfy a morbid curiosity, it's also about paying respects to the dead, and remembering what happened and why. Browse the gallery for a gruesome travel itinerary.


The Midwest state with lowest cost of living revealed

Oklahoma has been ranked as the state with the lowest cost of living after its major city was revealed as the cheapest big city in the country to rent in.


31 Rare Vintage Photos of Palm Beach

The glamorous Florida town has attracted socialites, celebs, and even royalty through the years.