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Abandoned Subway Stations: Five Cities with the Best Ghost Stations

by Anna Brones. Posted Feb 26th 2014 04:13 PM
Abandoned Subway Stations Paris Metro, Station St. Martin
Often referred to as ghost stations, some travelers obsess over tracking down abandoned subway stations. Subway networks around the world have stations there were cut off from service or never used at all, it's just a matter of finding them. Here are five cities with plenty of options for the abandoned metro-station hunter.
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Points of Interest: Rudeness Has a Cost at a French Cafe, the Joker Goes Surfing

by Zach Everson. Posted Dec 11th 2013 10:53 AM
Cafe' sign awning over city street
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A French Cafe charging rude customers double, the Joker surfing and the price of going home for the holidays are among today's points of interest.
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Air Canada Plane Wanders off Runway, Canadians Seem OK With It

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Aug 5th 2011 10:00 AM

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A Frankfurt-bound Air Canada jet drove off the runway at Toronto International Thursday evening and got stuck in the grass.
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James Ogle's Toronto Time Lapse (VIDEO)

by Kate Auletta. Posted Aug 4th 2011 08:40 AM
New York-based videographer/photographer James Ogle visited the Queen City (that's Toronto to you and me) and created a time lapse of his time spent up there.
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Five Iconic Baseball Stadiums To Visit To Make Summer a Grand Slam

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Apr 11th 2011 09:30 AM
Baseball Stadiums

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Peanuts, crackerjacks and home runs: baseball stadiums are the stuff summer is made of. Luckily, there are 29 stadiums in the U.S., each ripe for a summer time visit. There are 5 ballparks, however, that stand out as their own kind of Mecca to fans.
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