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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Photo: Giacomo Ciangottini/My Shot


  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

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

    Great choice of picture for this post!