Travel Hosts Exposed, Week of 6/22
Adam Richman is king for a day. Andrew Zimmern hits the Aspen Food and Wine Classic. And Zak Bagans meets an ass. See what else our hosts are up to in this week's Hosts Exposed.
Week of November 4, 2011 12 Photos
photoweek_0719_ss_005The SkyWire, a new zip wire attraction, opens to the public this week at The Eden Project in St. Austell, England. The new 740m zip wire is currently the longest in England and allows the public a bird's-eye view of The Eden Project’s Rainforest and Mediterranean Biome structures and the outdoor gardens. 960 1280
photoweek_0719_ss_009Prince Charles climbs on the new traversing wall in the gym at Grainville Secondary School in St. Helier, United Kingdom. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are in Jersey as part of a Diamond Jubilee visit to the Channel Islands. 960 1280
photoweek_0719_ss_010The former steel mill at the Landschaftspark in Duisburg, Germany, located in the industrially-heavy Ruhr region that was once dominated by steel and coal production, opened to the public as a recreational park. Incorporating the former facilities of the steel mill, the park lets visitors climb over most of the former mill. 960 1280
photoweek_0719_ss_012The Space Shuttle Enterprise, NASA's first space shuttle, is the main attraction of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum's new Space Shuttle Pavilion in New York City opening this week. NASA awarded the Enterprise to the museum after the 2011 retirement of the shuttle program. 960 1280
Week of July 13-19, 2012 16 Photos