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  • [Travel fact 1] In 1994, Green River City council in Wyoming passed a resolution to designate its public use airstrip as the "Greater Green River Intergalactic Spaceport", for inhabitants of Jupiter who might wish to take sanctuary in Green River in the event their planet is threatened by collisions from comets or meteors.

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  • [Travel fact 2] Ebenezer Place, in Wick, Caithness, Scotland, is credited by the Guinness Book of Records as being the world's shortest street at 2.06 meters (6 feet 9 inches). The street has only one address: the entrance to No. 1 Bistro, which is part of Mackays Hotel.

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  • [Travel fact 3] An average jet engine is over 70,000 horsepower. An average car engine is about 100 horsepower.

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  • [Travel fact 4] The first person to cycle around the globe was Thomas Stevens. He did it on a penny-farthing (high wheeled bicycle) between 1884 and 1886, packing only socks, a spare shirt, a revolver and a raincoat that doubled as a tent and bedroll.

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  • [Travel fact 5] A bald eagle somehow made its way to Ireland in 1987 and was so tired that it had to be returned via airplane.

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  • [Travel fact 6] Future U.S. President Franklin Pierce grew homesick while at school in another town and walked 12 miles (19 km) back to his home. His father fed him dinner, drove him part of the distance back to school, then ordered him to walk the rest of the way in a thunderstorm.

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  • [Travel fact 7] The least-visited national park in the U.S. is the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve in Alaska, which lies entirely north of the Arctic Circle and has "no established roads, trails, visitor facilities, or campgrounds."

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  • [Travel fact 8] Malaysia boasts the world's largest hotel, the First World Hotel. The hotel has a whopping 7,351 rooms. Las Vegas has the second largest hotel in the world; the Venetian and the Palazzo complex has an impressive 7,117 rooms and over 40 restaurants.

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  • [Travel fact 9] While his opponent (William Jennings Bryan) traveled all over the country campaigning, William McKinley won both the 1896 and 1900 presidential elections by staying at his home in Canton, Ohio and giving speeches off his front porch to whoever showed up to listen.

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  • [Travel fact 10] Room 39 is a secret organization associated with the dynasty of the North Korean dictators, the Kim family. Actual Room 39 is thought to be located inside a ruling Workers’ Party building in the capital city of Pyongyang. It is rumored that Room 39 has a slush fund of up to $5 Billion and may be involved in Meth and Heroin distribution. They also run an international chain of restaurants called “Pyongyang.” Until 2004 the organization also maintained an official bank in Vienna, which they used for money-laundering and trade with radioactive substances.

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