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Water crashing over the edge of Niagara Falls near the Visitors Center in Canada.

Travel Quiz of the Week: Canada

Since I spent the last week north of the border in Toronto, Canada, I thought that the country would make a great topic for this week’s travel quiz. Do you know which city is the capital of Canada? What about the length o...
by Jim Cheney
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An assortment of street food in Shenzhen, China.

Travel Quiz of the Month: Odd Delicacies Around the World

If you travel long enough, you’re likely to encounter at least one local delicacy that makes your stomach turn. Sometimes it’s an animal that isn’t normally eaten or how to food is prepared, but some foods jus...
by Jim Cheney
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Travel Quiz of the Month: The Winter Olympics

The 2014 Winter Olympics are upon us, and the eyes of the world will be turned toward Sochi, Russia, for most of February. Sure, Sochi is one of the more controversial host cities in recent memory, but that doesn’t mean t...
by Jim Cheney
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The Petrona's Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at nighttime.

Travel Quiz of the Week: Capital Cities

This week’s travel quiz is all about capital cities. Capital cities are always fascinating destinations. Featuring grand buildings and large monuments, it’s always interesting to see how a country adorns it’s ...
by Jim Cheney
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Travel Quiz of the Week: Ikea Product or Swedish City?

This week’s travel quiz is a bit on the sillier side of travel. Can you tell the difference between the names of Swedish cities and the names of products at Ikea? Known for its modern designs, low prices, and silly produ...
by Jim Cheney
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The view from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office observation deck.

Travel Quiz of the Week: Extreme Cities

Welcome to the first in a new series: the Tuesday Travel Quiz. Each week, we’ll have a new quiz for you to complete related to travel and geography. This week’s quiz tests your knowledge of the world’s most ex...
by Jim Cheney
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