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Your typical UK travel itinerary includes Buckingham Palace, a ride on the London Eye, a chippy for some fish-n-chips and perhaps a cruise on a double-decker. Not you. You would prefer to harness your inner manhood chasing tanks across an official WWII bombing ground. Engage in paintball battle from inside 17 tons of hardened steel outfitted with turrets & a 40mm cannon. What’s next…Hiroshima?
Could this end the drunken caravan through the high desert forever? In 2011, the “X” train will have party-goers traveling from LA to Vegas in a considerably safer way. Food, entertainment, private rooms & more – the only question left for the male mind is…will there be lap dance hussies? All in good time, I’m sure.
Is there anybody out there? Yes. Late 2010.
Roger Water’s North American The Wall Tour couldn’t be more timely. The epic album’s concept revolves around themes of isolation, loneliness, war, imperialism, rampant racism & religious discord. Sounds a bit like the daily front page. Tear down the wall & snag tickets to this once in a lifetime concert event.
If half-naked women and coconut cocktails are your idea of the perfect getaway, this bro-cation is not for you. National Geographic named BikeHike’s Costa Rica Coast to Coast Adventure one of the top 50 tours of a lifetime. A merciless journey crossing Costa Rica from Pacific to Caribbean solely by muscle. Mountain bike, raft & hike your way over one amazing slice of earth.
If you think Muse’s studio recordings have energy – wait until you see them live. Their shows are epic. Don’t miss the trio when they come your way spring 2010 in support of their latest recording The Resistance. If they’re not in your neck of the woods – they’re headlining Coachella on Saturday, April 17th.
You’re thinking, escape to Detroit?. If you’re a car fan or history buff it should be on your list. Ford’s Rouge Factory Tour gives visitors an up-close look at the operations of a real, working auto plant. Upon completion in 1928, the Rouge was the largest manufacturing facility in the world. It’s come down in size since then, but its importance to the history of modern manufacturing remains goliath. To enhance your Detroit experience, pair with the Woodward Dream Cruise – a bacchanalian event for gear heads – and a day at the Henry Ford Museum. The Motor City lives on!