Friday Link Love: Atop the Golden Gate Bridge, Dia de los Muertos, Giant Treehouses and more

Around the Web — By Nicole Lerner on October 30, 2009 at 4:30 pm

Lots of great content on the interwebs this week! Have a look at the following:

Looking for a less wasteful way to celebrate Halloween? Go green on Halloween with Go Green Travel Green’s Top 7 Green Halloween Tips.

Didn’t get your fill of horror films from our post on classic horror flicks? Check out World Hum’s list of 13 Great Travel Horror Movies.

Looking for a Halloween alternative? Check out Dia de los Muertos: 5 Places to Celebrate for a roundup of some of the best places to catch a celebration, both traditional and modern.

Remember back in the day when you were a kid and tree houses were all the rage? Well Horace Burgess of Tennessee might have built the ultimate, and world’s largest tree house – 11 floors, somewhere between 8,000 – 10,000 square feet and a miniature basketball court to boot! Check it out here.

Speaking of world’s largest, a giant version of Lenoardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa (the original is housed in the Louvre in Paris) has gone on display at a shopping center in Wrexham, UK. Spanning 17.5m across, its about 50 times the size of the original work of art.

And lastly, check out these gorgeous photos from atop the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.

[Photo: Eneas/Creative Commons]

Tags: Dia de los Muertos, Golden Gate Bridge, Halloween, horror films, Mona Lisa, treehouse

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