Don’t be envious of chickens that get to dwell in an UFO. Now, you can too with Airbnb Area 55 Futuro House aka the UFO House. You may remember the Futuro from our post 10 years ago. Well, apparently, this is not the same one.
Hollywood films have instilled different visions of what the future could look like within our minds. However, even before movies like Aliens set the stage for Earth in the year 2122, society has long tried to imagine what our future might entail. In fact, in 1909, French writer Jules Bois forecasted that someone would invent flying bicycles, allowing …
Clearly, a drive-in haunted house isn’t the best of solutions with the recent surge of novel coronavirus cases in Japan. In light of this, the same team that pioneered the drive-in haunted house decided that perhaps delivery is the way to go.
Well, it looks Hacksmith’s 4000 degrees plasma lightsaber ain’t the closest mankind will ever get to a real lightsaber because, Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development has created a real-life lightsaber that extends like we have seen it in the movies.
At the time where tourism is practically pulled to a stop, the cruelest thing to do now is to tell you where are the best places to go. And that is exactly what Tripadvisor has done. It has revealed its annual Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards for Beaches.
Super Nintendo World is supposed to open this month, but we heard that it is now on hold indefinitely due to the rise in COVID-19 infection. Even if it is opened as planned, folks outside of Japan will not be able to visit because, as we all know, traveling for leisure is definitely out of …
New York’s Ball Drop will go virtual because of the pandemic. The countdown will proceed and the Ball will descent as usual, but it will be live streamed instead. I am sure there are people who are going to defy staying home and appear at Times Square anyways.
Finally, the superstar of the video game world, Super Mario, is getting his own theme park. The Super Nintendo World will open in February 2021 at Universal Studios Japan (USJ) in Osaka, Japan.
The 1:1 scale Gundam robot made history when it took a few steps and knelt down. Despite it being super slow, it was still quite an achievement and a sight to behold – if it was viewed 4x faster.
If you think 2020 isn’t a hell so far, then you may want to take up this offer by John Colone, the self-proclaimed “mayor of Hell” and the “biggest Halloween fan in the world (and the underworld).”