The Radar: Rome’s War on Chewing Gum, Condiments of the World, Staying Healthy While Flying

  • On Tuesday, volunteers gathered in Rome to scrape chewing gum off the historic city’s cobblestone streets. Despite volunteers, it still costs the city 1 euro to remove a single wad of the sticky stuff. [Vagabondish]
  • Get a taste of the world’s condiments and learn why they’re on the table. [Legal Nomads]
  • A flight attendant shares her top 10 tips for staying healthy while traveling this holiday season. [Jaunted]

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Comments

  1. Alexander
    December 27, 2011, 6:07 am

    Colosseum is definitely worth to protect it from the intensive cars’ traffic. Don’t miss the beauty of Rome during the Christmas! at http://travel-europe-eu.blogspot.com/

  2. Alain Wong
    Montreal, Canada
    December 22, 2011, 11:32 am

    Great choice of picture for this post!