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Underwater train in Venice

Rent a glass igloo in finland to sleep under the northern lights.

why have I not heard of this? The Narrows. Upper south side of Lake Travis near the community of Spicewood. From Austin take Texas 71, turn north on Spur 191, and proceed approximately one mile to Spicewood. Continue traveling north 1.1 miles on Burnet County Road 410 to CR 411, which is a gravel road. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles north to the entrance for the Narrows Recreation Area.

A place in Ireland where every two years on June 10-18 the stars line up with this place. Its called Heaven's trail. Add it to the list

Jacob's Well - Wimberley, Texas

Mont St. Michel, a tidal island (tides vary as much as 50 feet) located off the coast of Normandy, France, until a few years ago was in danger of losing its maritime identity. In the 8th century, a bishop established a small chapel there. A Gothic abbey, used during the French Revolution as a prison, followed a few centuries later. Then in the 19th century a causeway connecting the island to the mainland was built, preventing the sea from washing away silt that collected around it.

Rent a treehouse at Treehouse Point in Washington. If I never go anywhere else on this board, I want to go here.

Emerald Pool, the Alps, Austria

Kapela, the rhino calf (by animalrescueblog)

"Venezuelan beauty. Monte Roraima, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places to visit on earth. The mysterious mountain cliff has a flat top as it rises from one of the loneliest places of the Amazon forest. This huge mountain is located in three countries, Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela; however 80% of the huge mountain is located in Venezuela"

Turquoise Sea, Sardinia, Italy

The Flower Fairytale In Spello, Italy.

"Perhaps one of the most remarkable sights in France, a chapel perched on a volcanic plug. This is the Rock of Aiguilhe, on the edge of the town of Puy en Velay, in the Auvergne. The Chapelle Saint-Michel has stood there for 1042 years, since Bishop Gothescalk had it built in 962 on his return from a pilgrimage to Santiago del Compostella in Galicia. In 1955 workers found relics under the alter that had been there since it was built."

Lantern Festival in China It's like Tangled!