Lima's Parque de la Reserva almost entirely comprises the "Magic Water Circuit," a complex of 13 impressive and distinct fountains. Each fountain offers a different aqueous experience, be it a walk-through water tunnel or a brilliant laser show.
The fantastical tap fountain near Santa Galdana beach in Menorca is just one of many "floating faucets" around the world. Different versions of this optical-illusion-in-real-life can be found in Belgium, Canada, and other parts of Spain.
From Incredible Fountains Around the World: DUBAI FOUNTAIN: UAE Dubai is a major subscriber to the "go big or go home" school of thought, and the Dubai Fountain, located in front of the Dubai Mall, is no exception: The structure is 900 feet long with jets as tall as 45-story buildings, and daily water shows are set to popular music—everything from Whitney Houston to Edith Piaf.
Sure, the TSA changes its rules now and then. But can we all agree there are certain behaviors that are never okay? Here are the 10 things you should avoid doing in the airport security line. Editor’s Note: Rules and regulations may vary by airport. Contact the … read more
In our list of the 15 best things to do in New York City—what every visitor to our hometown should do—we’ve built in tried-and-true strategies and tips, like where to get an excellent chocolate chip cookie when you’re touring the new Whitney.