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Caribbean Flights from Denver for UNDER $300

(1m 21s read) If you're ready to trade landlocked-living for a tropical paradise, I've just found two options you might want to consider for your summer getaway. Both options depart from Denver International Airport, a perfect, major travel hub for people from surrounding states in the month of August. Cancun  for $261.47 (without carry-on & checked luggage) What makes this such an appealing option is threefold: direct flight, short travel time, reasonable departures. Via eDreams , you'll board your direct Frontier Airlines flight F970 a tad early on Tuesday, August 1 leaving at 6:30 AM. The benefit here is your excellent arrival time to beautiful Cancun, Mexico at 11:30 AM; plenty of time to take in a wonderful first day in the Caribbean. After a nice 4-day vacation, Frontier flight F971 on Friday, August 4 at 12:35 PM will take you back stateside arriving at 3:41 PM. This is a fantastic departure as there is no need to wake up extra early to leave Mexico and it leav

Need for Speed: Polish Pursuit

(1m 19s read)  If you're a car enthusiast looking for a rush of adrenaline or the opportunity to enjoy some automotive masterpieces, you want to check out the Warsaw Night Racing scene. This underground street car racing event takes place in the heart of Poland's capital city. It attracts cars & people from all over the world. Warsaw Night Racing typically begins with meet-ups in public spaces such as shopping center parking lots where participants show off their vehicles, discuss the upcoming races, and enjoy each other's company. The actual racing take place across the city, and while the legality of the event is not fully understood, a visible police presence seems to be courteous to the racers. One thing that sets Warsaw Night Racing apart from other street car racing events is the variety of cars involved. From high-end European sports cars to classic American-muscle cars, there's something for everyone at this event. It was refreshing to see a good old Dodge

Best State for a Zombie Apocalypse

(1m 45s read)  With all the hype surrounding The Last of Us, it's important to start considering our survival options in case of a zombie apocalypse. While big cities and crowded areas might not be the best place to be when the dead start walking, there are plenty of other places that could give you a fighting chance. We've considered some key factors that could make or break your chances of survival, and come up with a list of states that might surprise you. These often overlooked states could be just the ticket for those who want to avoid the chaos of bigger cities and crowds. Whether it's through movies, TV shows, or books, we've all been fascinated by the idea of surviving a zombie apocalypse. But how do we ensure our survival in the face of the undead? In this article, we've evaluated some crucial factors like population density, agriculture, and gun ownership to bring you a list of states that could give you a fighting chance. So, if you're looking for the

Top 5 States I Haven't Been to...Yet

(1m 45s read) As a travel enthusiast, I'm always ready to explore new destinations. While I've been lucky enough to visit many amazing places, I've only crossed about half the states in the U.S. off my list. There's still plenty of states to visit, but for right now here are my top 5 states I haven't visited...yet: 5. Maine: When I think of Maine, I picture three things: sand, seagulls, and lighthouses. I would really like to validate this mental picture of mine in person. Geography has always intrigued me ever since I could remember. Being able to travel to places that are geographically significant has always been a highlight for me. What makes Maine so compelling is it proximity to Canada on three sides, and it being the relatively isolated tail of the continental United States. 4. Vermont: With its stunning fall foliage, charming small towns, and covered bridges, Vermont gives me the vibe of a place where life moves a little slower. If that doesn't sell yo

Top 3 Languages to Learn if You're from the Midwest and Don't NEED to Learn Another Language

(2m 30s read) If you're from the Midwest, you might be thinking to yourself, "why do I need to learn another language?" and you're right, we don't! We're surrounded by people who speak English, but there are still plenty of good reasons to learn another language, even if you don't "need" to. For starters, it's a great way to challenge yourself and keep your mind sharp. Plus, it can help you connect with people and broaden your horizons. As someone who has attempted to learn three different languages (at varying levels of "success"), I can tell you that it can be a rollercoaster ride of highs and lows. Like I'm sure many of you, I opted for Spanish as my foreign language of choice in high school. I came away from two years of high school Spanish with more knowledge of the language, yes...but not much. In college, I decided to try my hand at French. Maybe it was the proximity to our French-speaking neighbors to the North, maybe i