Celebrating Canada Day With Travel Fun Facts

Bella Breakdown Happy Canada Day! Canada Day is celebrated on July 1, commemorating the joining of Canada’s three original provinces into one nation in 1867 including New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Canada province (now known as Quebec and Ontario). We celebrate the great north with travel fun facts about the great country of Canada. Did you know the iconic leaf flag commemorates the 100th birthday of Canada? Canada just happens to be the second-largest country in the world and the capital of Canada, Ottawa, is the second coldest capital in the world after with the first being Moscow....

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Germany Oktoberfest 2020 Cancelled Over Coronavirus Concerns

Bella Breakdown The world’s biggest folk festival, Oktoberfest in Germany, is officially canceled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. Officials are concerned for the health of visitors with the current state of COVID-19 and they don’t want to make matters worse. Oktoberfest brings approximately six million visitors to Munich for a two-week-long celebration from September 19 to October 4 that generates 1 billion euros for Munich. Though some states of Germany have started to relax lockdown requirements, events are officially banned until August 31 in Germany. ­čö┤BREAKING – Germany's famous #Oktoberfest beer festival has been cancelled due to the #coronavirus...

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Notre Dame Reopening Date Altered Due To Coronavirus

Bella Breakdown Construction and restoration workers are working to restore the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris from fire damage that was predicted to reopen in 2024. Though slated for 2024, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has slowed construction down and will also result in altering the reopening date. On the evening of April 15, 2019, a suspected electrical short circuit ignited a tiny spark that started a fire in the attic level of the cathedral. The fire damaged the roofing structure and 850-year-old oak timber was engulfed with flames. The cathedral suffered many damages including the toppling of the 300-foot...

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Best Vacation Destinations

A land of wonders both ancient and modern. Thailand is known to some as the “land of smiles.” Originally, they gave themselves this name because it sounds really good in advertising and on post cards. After a while, though, the name stuck, not because of how fitting of an advertising moniker it is, but because people discovered that it’s a beautiful country full of smiling people. One of the most interesting things about Thailand is the dichotomy in its settings. In this one country you can find pristine tropical beaches and fascinating ruins, as well as sprawling cities and...

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Travel The World Through Photos Of Astonishing Gardens

Bella Breakdown There are so many forms of tourism catered to certain interests or activities that can be provided in certain locations, one of the less known tourism interest is garden tourism. We give you a guided tour of astonishing gardens from around the world. Monet’s Garden – Giverny, France This garden is known for inspiring Monet’s series of water lily and garden painting, it’s stunning on canvas and in-person. Atlanta Botanical Garden – Atlanta, Georgia This botanical garden features 30 acres of amazing flowers and plants with topiary sculptures of everything you could imagine that is close to...

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The Embraer Legacy 500 Is The Rolls-Royce Of Private Jets

Bella Breakdown The Rolls-Royce may be the epidemy of luxury for cars, the Embraer Legacy 500 is the ultimate luxury private jet and for good reason. With a $20 million price tag, this customizable jet is the best money can buy. This private jet is built for business but is a sheer pleasure for all passengers and can be easily customized to the owner’s taste preference. The jet can hold up to 8 to 12 passengers and features luxury accents that are unique to Embraer. All the interior seats can fully recline to convert the cabin so passengers can...

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Chile’s Rare Total Solar Eclipse

Chile and Argentina just experienced a spectacular solar eclipse during a sunset. The view was the best from these two countries with a path of totality almost directly above the European Solar Observatory in Chile while also passing through the center of Buenos Aires in Argentina. A solar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes the shadow cast by the moon, fully or partially blocks the sun. This can only occur when the sun, moon, and Earth are nearly aligned on the straight line in three dimensions during a full moon when the moon is close to the ecliptic plane....

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Thailand: A Magical Vacation Destination

A land of wonders both ancient and modern. Thailand is known to some as the “land of smiles.” Originally, they gave themselves this name because it sounds really good in advertising and on post cards. After a while, though, the name stuck, not because of how fitting of an advertising moniker it is, but because people discovered that it’s a beautiful country full of smiling people. One of the most interesting things about Thailand is the dichotomy in its settings. In this one country you can find pristine tropical beaches and fascinating ruins, as well as sprawling cities and...

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