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Why We May Be Seeing The Last Of EU’s Passport-Free Travel Zone

BY JST NEWS If you’re a frequent traveler within European countries, then you might want to pay attention. Countries including: Germany, Austria and Sweden are realizing that their legal rights to ask for IDs from every traveler entering their countries is expiring in May. To ensure the safety of their citizens, these countries want to waver […]

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10 Stops For An Ultimate Eurotrip

BY ALYSSA RAMOS There’s no better way to see Europe in a short amount of time than by taking a Eurotrip to see all the famous sites! If it’s your first time in Europe, you’ll probably want to see the sites that each country is known for, and that’s easy to accomplish if you take […]

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So, This Could Be The World’s Shortest Intl Flight

BY JST NEWS Completely believable only if the new service didn’t begin on April Fools’ Day! Austrian airline FlyNiki has announced a 10-minute trip between Vienna, Austria and Bratislava, Slovakia. The 30-mile trip typically requires an hour by car. SEE ALSO: Discovering Vienna’s Museums: Saving Euros While Getting Your Culture Fix Launching on April 1, FlyNiki is currently […]

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Remembering The Camelot Era: JFK And Jackie O, Around The World

BY WENDY HUNG This weekend marks the solemn anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s passing. A favorite president gone too soon; whisked away by a shocking tragedy, leaving the rest of the world still wondering today. Around the country, citizens remember that fateful November in 1963, when and where they were hammered with the news […]

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100 Days of Summer! #98 – Go to Austria and Check Out The Vienna Festival

BY TEAM JST Over the past months, we’ve given you plenty of reasons to visit Vienna. For six weeks in May and June, it is the Vienna Festival every year that brings culture, art and social content to Austria. The festival first began in 1951, to prove to the world that despite horrid aftermath of World World […]

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Leaked But Quickly and Officially Released: World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2013

BY WENDY HUNG Leaked a bit earlier than expected this year by Spain’s El Pais and Brazil’s Folha de Sao Paolo, San Pelligrino’s annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants list has been officially released. Unfortunately, a number of top American restaurants from last year’s list have been lowered in the ranks, except for Eleven Madison Park in New York City that […]

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Discovering Vienna’s Museums: Saving Euros While Getting Your Culture Fix

BY OLIVIA MOLINEUX Vienna is one of the most culturally rich cities in the world.  The heart of the city contains a plethora of museums in beautiful buildings that hold incredible treasures.  It’s hard to know where to begin and how to see as much as possible while having enough Euros left over for a […]

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