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Tell Brak mass grave site tells a gruesome story

A recently discovered mass grave site in Syria points to the existence of the ancient city known as the Tell Brak. The discovery of Brak is a great breakthrough in archeology. This sort of helped the researchers understand the existence of the Syrian mass grave. If you are a researcher, you might want to check this out yourself. Although, it is a very gruesome sight.

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Smoking bans make cruise liners suffer heavy losses

Smoking is injurious for health but banning it can be really injurious as far as your profits are concerned. In an effort to make a step in this direction, the Regent seven seas speculated to toughen its smoking rules from this coming December. The bans haven’t been put yet but the company has already lost its $3 millions due to the cancellations it has received.

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Trade Me enters the travel market with �Travelbug�

New Zealand’s busiest online auction site, Trade Me has taken a step forward to move into the travel market by launching its new travel website called �Travelbug�. The site allows users to search for and book accommodation within New Zealand.

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Dog bark park Inn: Bizarre of Idaho!

Ever thought of staying in an animal’s tummy? No i’m not talking about the real animal. The unusual architectural marvel, Dog bark park Inn in Idaho will surely make you feel as if you’re inside dog’s stomach.
If you are planning to visit Idaho for a vacation and unusual places fascinate you, then I would suggest you a stay at Dog bark park Inn. Located in Cottonwood in the U.S, it is a hotel run by animal-loving couple Dennis J. Sullivan.

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Travel industry still unable to recover from the 9/11 attack

Today marks the sixth anniversary of Al Qaeda’s attack on America, an attack that shook the world. It’s a real-life example of how one event can impact everyone in the economy. While all sectors of the industry were affected, travel and tourism industry had suffered disproportionately and continued to be the most vulnerable.

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Google bankrolls $30 Million Moon contest

Global internet company, Google which is already providing close-up, interactive space views with just the click of a mouse is planning to add another feather to its cap. It has announced the audacious spaceflight contest Google Lunar X Prize for the private companies to land a robotic rover on the moon and get gigabyte of images and video to Earth.

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Get life-changing experiences with yoga vacations!

Present is the era of cut-throat competition and everyone has set some goals in of their life and wishes to be successful. To achieve the goals of life one works day and night but what we fail to remember is the health-cost. We all know that we are leading a stressful life but how many of us make efforts to lessen up this stress? Many of us are not able to answer this question because we know that majority of us don’t. Reason being the lack of time… Right?

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Orbitz building social network with OrbitzTLC Traveler Update

Ever had to stand in a long queue and wait for the unannounced delay of your flight? May be the people standing at the front of the queue knew about the flight delay long hours back but that definitely that didn’t help you. Next time it’s surely going to help you. There is ongoing customer service misery at airports. Seeing the opportunity, online travel site Orbitz has recently launched a beta version of Traveler Update, OrbitzTLC Traveler Update to provide travelers more information and control of their travel plans.

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New online travel tools to let you broaden your horizons

If you are a fervent traveler then I’m sure you know about the travel sites available to expand your horizons. There are innumerable sites like TripIt, Orbitz, Tripadvisor, Travelocity,
Facebook that help the travelers with trip planning destinations, travel advice that spans discount travel to adventure travel and lots more. Here I’m discussing few travel sites that can be useful for your next trip.
TripIt:

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Financial woes compel cities to shelve free Wi-Fi plans

If you are a gadget-laden and anticipating free Wi-Fi service in your city soon, then I have sad news for you guys. City-wide, free Wi-Fi plans are being ditched as it is running up against financial reality. Many cities like Houston, San Francisco, Chicago, Springfield Ill, Cincinnati and St. Louis have shelved the proposed Wi-Fi networks.
Too much complications and financial woes have dramatically enforced these cities to delay or abandon free Wi-Fi service plans. We have no other option than to wait till these cities come up with some solution to provide free Wi-Fi service.

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