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Base St Kilda in Melbourne, Australia - Find Cheap Hostels and Rooms at Hostelworld.com

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Chuckle Park - uses a healthy dose of astroturf to park its 70s caravan bar on in the narrowest of lanways. Hanging plant jars as swaying lights while indie rock music creates the scene.

Chuckle Park - uses a healthy dose of astroturf to park its 70s caravan bar on in the narrowest of lanways. Hanging plant jars as swaying lights while indie rock music creates the scene.

Panda and Sons, Edinburgh The storefront of this speakeasy looks like an old barbershop, and you’ll have to find the right book on the bookshelf to gain entry. There’s complimentary popcorn and award-winning cocktails. Go for the Siam Saoco.

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Panda and Sons, Edinburgh The storefront of this speakeasy looks like an old barbershop, and you’ll have to find the right book on the bookshelf to gain entry. There’s complimentary popcorn and award-winning cocktails. Go for the Siam Saoco.

Because of the crystal-clear water, Flathead Lake in Montana seems shallow, but in reality is 370 feet in depth

Because of the crystal-clear water, Flathead Lake in Montana seems shallow, but in reality is 370 feet in depth

Museum of Death is a museum located in Los Angeles. It was established in June 1995. At that time it was located in San Diego, but in 2000 its owners moved it to Hollywood. The museum focuses on death & related topics, including funeral, murder & capital punishment.

Museum of Death is a museum located in Los Angeles. It was established in June 1995. At that time it was located in San Diego, but in 2000 its owners moved it to Hollywood. The museum focuses on death & related topics, including funeral, murder & capital punishment.

World Water Day - The Big Picture - Boston.com: I originally spotted this shot in NYT's (unpinnable but great) Lens Blog. Good thing TBP picked it up!

World Water Day

World Water Day - The Big Picture - Boston.com: I originally spotted this shot in NYT's (unpinnable but great) Lens Blog. Good thing TBP picked it up!

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