Category "Travel"

The 7th Room Treehotel


For those of you who love treehouses, what better than to stay in a tree hotel? Especially when this hotel is tucked in a Swedish natural landscape and built ten meters up in the pines. That’s right, The 7th Room is a perfect place to visit and you can even watch the Northern Lights from there. This magnificent hotel was built last year by Snøhetta. It’s located in the north part of Sweden and provides views over the …

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HUUS Hotel Gstaad | The Perfect Winter Alpine Escape


This time of the year is perfect for skiing and all sorts of outdoor winter sports. Whether you’re seeking adventure or simply want to cuddle up in a cozy atmosphere, HUUS Hotel Gstaad is the mountain getaway you’ve been looking for. There, you can reconnect with nature and enjoy in more than 250km of ski runs. Located in the heart of the Swiss Alpine region, this hotel combines luxurious with the rustic, Alpine style. The interior features all …

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Arthur’s Cave | A Pop-Up Hotel In Wales

As a part of Epic Retreats – Wales Year of Legends 2017 campaign, new hotels will pop-up on three different locations and in eight designs. Not a lot of people will get a chance to enjoy the Welsh landscape, in fact, less than 200. One of the hotels- Arthur’s Cave, is inspired by the story of King Arthur hiding in caves together with his knights. Arthur’s Cave is designed by Miller Kendrick Architects and looks more like a …

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Overview | A New Perspective Of Earth


In 2013, a man with the name of Benjamin Grant started an Instagram account called the Daily Overview. Essentially, the Daily Overview has given us a unique and, frankly, breathtaking aerial photos of planet Earth; it has also seen a massive rise in popularity. Now, Grant has taken it further and brought us Overview: A New Perspective of Earth. Essentially, this book is inspired by the “Overview Effect”; it’s a sensation and a cognitive shift in …

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National Geographic Infographics


Since 1888, at its first publication, National Geographic has been there to enlighten the masses to facts about our amazing world. Its original mission was to reveal the wonders of science, history, and culture all around the globe. They also understood that knowledge is power. Now, you can view some of their best infographics, from the past 128 years, in their latest hardcover. Introducing National Geographic Infographics. Essentially, this book contains the best infographics from …

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Project Utopia | By Yacht Island Design

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A lot of the time, we shape our vision of the future by relating to things as they are now. We rarely escape that vision. However, Yacht Island Design and BMT Nigel Dee, are trying to destroy any constraints, rendered by past and present. Essentially, Project Utopia, is the yacht of the future. This concept was designed free from any restraints or constricted thoughts. It is, essentially, a marvel of naval architecture and engineering. Instead …

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National Geographic: The United States of America


We all know how rich of an archive National Geographic has, but now we’re able to see a fraction of it. In The United States of America, they give us a great tour though the states with 700 images taken in the last century. First, we got to see Around the World in 125 Years and it was a huge success. This new two-volume, 964 pages book follows the same ideas only this time it focuses only on the …

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Hotel Hubertus | Take A Holiday In The Alto Adige


Italy is best-known for Rome and the Coliseum, Pizza, and Leonardo da Vinci. But another aspect of Italy that many people appreciate, are its landscapes. From beautiful mountain ranges to exotic sights, Italy has it all. Well, if you were looking for the perfect holiday spot this December, then why shouldn’t Italy be on that list? Specifically, the Hotel Hubertus in South Tyrol, Northern Italy. Apart from the spectacular views you’ll be waking up to …

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Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion

Tverrfjellhytta Norwegian Wild Reindeer Pavilion is located right on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park (pronouncing the name correctly might be hard). Besides it being a natural habitat for many species, this place is actually where you can find Europe’s last wild reindeer herds. Once you learn this, you won’t be wondering why Norwegian Wild Reindeer Foundation decided to build such a magnificent structure on this location. The building is 90m2 and its purpose is to serve as …

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NEW! goTenna Mesh | Off-Grid Community Powered Cellular Communication Device


No Service? No Problem! Now you can create your own network and stay connected with others no matter where you roam. Introducing goTenna Mesh! – the world’s first completely off-grid, mobile, consumer ready mesh network. Pre-order from Kickstarter here. Whether you’re traveling overseas, spending time outdoors, attending a crowded event, or preparing for an emergency, goTenna Mesh is useful in any situation where cell service or wifi is unavailable, unreliable or unaffordable by empowering you …

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