Articles Tagged ‘lithuania’

Vigilante Baltic Mayor Crushes Cars for Sport

Vigilante Baltic Mayor Crushes Cars for Sport August 12, 2011 | Travel News | Read More
It’s never a good idea to get tanked while driving around town, but that’s exactly what happened to one unfortunate driver in the city of Vilnius, Lithuania who decided to park in the bike lane. To the city’s mayor Arturas Zuokas, an avid bicyclist, this was nothing short of heresy, and he’d...

Hammer and Chisel: Communist Statue Parks

Hammer and Chisel: Communist Statue Parks June 15, 2010 | Featured | Read More
Nobody’s got the chin-jut down like Lenin, and nobody comes close to matching Stalin’s fabulous facial hair. Indeed, the Soviet Union was awash with beautiful leaders whose commanding visages just begged to be immortalized in statues, busts, and propaganda signage. Travelers to present day...

Traveling Ethically: Choosing Your Destination to Better Our World

Traveling Ethically: Choosing Your Destination to Better Our World June 4, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
While ‘ethics’ isn’t necessarily the most interesting buzz-word flying around in our contemporary vocabulary, there are still certain respectable standards to which the traveler can adhere. Enter Ethical Traveler and the developing world’s ten most ethical travel destinations. ET releases this...