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The BBC's Top Gear recently brought their show on the road again, and this time they headed to Burma/Myanmar.
In a special two-part episode, Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammon travel the country to test out cars, meet a few locals, and take in the sights on the way to their ultimate goal: building a bridge over the River Kwai.
If high-performance airplanes zooming through an obstacle course of pylons while traveling at speeds up to 230 mph only 50-80 feet above water sounds good to you, then listen up.
2014 marks the return of Red Bull Air Race, on hiatus since 2010, and the season kicks off tomorrow, for two days (February 28 - March 1) of zipping and zooming above the coastline of Abu Dhabi. Already the event has been turning heads, as the Red Bull racers practice around the domes of mosques and even the “Ferrari World” theme park of the Emirati city.
If Abu Dhabi is a little out of your way for a quick weekend trip, keep in mind that the Air Race is a traveling event, with further stops later this year in Malaysia, Poland, UK, China, and two dates in the US. more ›
The latest season of Downton Abbey may have ended but that doesn't mean you have to stop basking in the aristocratic lifestyle.
Zicasso is giving fans another chance to relive all the glamor of the 1920’s with their Downton Abbey Season 4 Tour.
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The price of gasoline is only going to keep going up, but, for at least a few more hours, New Yorkers can enjoy a break at the pump.
To promote the return of Dallas tonight on TNT, a Ewing Energies Flagship Station has popped up at 36th St and 10th Ave in New York City to offer gas for $1.98 a gallon, about half the current price of anywhere else in the city.
The cast of Modern Family is filming an upcoming vacation episode in Australia this week, thanks to Qantas.
The entire cast flew from Los Angeles to Sydney on Monday in a Qantas A380 that was renamed the Modern Family Flyer for the trip.
As Jimmy Fallon takes over The Tonight Show next week there will be plenty of changes. It will be the first time the show is back in New York City since 1972, the show will once again have an announcer/sidekick (Steve Higgins) and the new Tonight Show will have a brand new ticketing system.
Last night's Golden Globes represented a wide range of movies, TV shows, and locations. Here are three tours that capture the essence of three of the night's big winners:
The Museum of London has announced they will debut a new Sherlock Holmes exhibition later this year. It will be the first major showing of Sherlock Holmes memorabilia in London since the 1951 Festival of Britain.
The exhibit will not only trace the literary origins of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's infamous detective, but also his relationship with the city itself.
Music fans have always been drawn to Tennessee, but now TV fans have a reason to visit, too.
As the second season of ABC's series Nashville hits the halfway mark, fans continue to tune in for the drama, and a look at the city's most famous landmarks.
Gray Line is taking advantage of the fandom surrounding the show with a newly launched Nashville Bus Tour.
The tale of Bonnie & Clyde was resurrected last night in Part 1 of a new TV miniseries about the real-life couple and the infamous crime spree that cost them their lives nearly 80 years ago.
The continued fascination with history's most wanted couple keeps Bonnie & Clyde tourism going strong in Texas and Louisiana.
In Dallas, TX, local Freda Dillard gives a four-hour Bonnie & Clyde Tour that includes the location where they first met, Bonnie's former workplace Hargraves Cafe, and the Grapevine location where they murdered two highway patrolmen. The group tour, which can accommodate up to 57 people, costs $240.
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Hey, what's the deal with the unmarked Boeing 747 in the background of test track shots on BBC Top Gear?
A quick Google search revealed that we're not the only curious ones, as the plane is part of a Wikipedia article on the former airfield where Top Gear films: