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Norwegians blown over by strong winds in viral hit! 

Video footage has emerged showing Christmas shoppers fighting to stand up as strong winds buffeted the Norwegian town of Aalesund last week. 

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Everyone loves to complain how awful airplane food is - inedible, greasy, and an embarrassment to meals on land. But, there are few airlines that actually bring gourmet goodness to 30,000ft. 
Once again numero uno for 'best food and beverage' at this year's Passenger Choice Awards, Turkish airlines takes the delight and brings it up a notch come meal time. As passengers board, they're greeted by the flight's chef (complete in whites and silly hat), as if they’re walking into a restaurant. Go local and opt for appetizers like stuffed eggplant marinated in olive oil, followed by grilled beef with creamy eggplant.
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New Panoramas on Google Street View service allows users get acquainted with exotic animals from all over the world. In particular, the surveys were conducted in Chinese panda research center in Chengdu, as well as the San Diego Zoo (California).
In addition, pictures from zoos in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, and a number of parks in Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia  has been added to the service. Earlier in the Street View panorama  Zoo Aquarium in Madrid and  Parc Zoologic in Barcelona has been posted.
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Wallace & Gromit fans are able to embark on a dog walk with a difference in Bristol this month.
Giant statues of Wallace’s faithful companion is popping up all over the city from July 1st.
Five-foot tall fibreglass models of Nick Park’s loveable animated pooch have been created for a new art project in the city entitled Gromit Unleashed.
Each of the sculptures is individually designed by a different artist, designer or celebrity, creating a trail of 80 unique pieces of art across Bristol.
Visitors are able to spot the sculptures at various locations across the city, including Windmill Hill City Farm, Bristol Tourist Information Centre and Bristol’s harbour. They are also able to collect embossed mini Gromit stamps in a special commemorative passport.

by DailyMail materials
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There are many dangerous hiking trails in the world, but only few can compare to the mountain Hua-shan trail, China that connects the mountainous Taoist temples. In addition to the brave tourists that long mountain routes often go pilgrims and monks. Despite the danger that this represents a walking trail, fans of adrenaline and strongest impressions of the walk there will not a few pleasant experiences. 
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A Pilot’s nightmare? – Gibraltar Airport Shares Runway Space with City’s Pedestrains and Vehicles.

The Gibraltar Airport is 1,600 feet from the city, the shortest commute of any major airport in the world. One would naturally ask the question how difficult it is to operate and land aircrafts when the airport is so close to the city.  British Gibraltar has very little area, and the important airport runway takes up a major portion of land. To drive from Gibraltar to Spain, vehicles must cross the runway.The picture below shows what happens in Gibraltar where pedestrians and vehicles share the space with aircraft on the tarmac.
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Russian meteor town in tourism bid.

Officials in the Russian city where a meteor fell last month now hope to attract tourists to the area.

“Space sent us a gift and we need to make use of it,” Natalia Gritsay, a regional tourism official, told. “We need our own Eiffel Tower or Statue of Liberty.”
Ideas for possible tourist attractions include a “Meteor Disneyland”, an annual cosmic music and fireworks festival, and a pyramid with a beacon at its tip that floats on the lake.
At a recent brainstorming meeting, the city mayor, Andrei Orlov, also suggested creating a diving centre in the lake for tourists who wanted to search for pieces of the meteorite.

One local tour company, Sputnik, has already organised two summer tours of the city for Japanese tourists.
"One is a two-day tour to the impact site at Chebarkul, while the other includes city sightseeing and will last longer," the company manager Elena Kolesnikova said. "The price is around $800 per person, which includes a hotel."

Based on the Telegraph.co.uk materials.
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