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  • [Travel fact 1] Women who travel on vacation at least twice a year are less likely to suffer from depression than those who don't travel or those who vacation less.

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  • [Travel fact 2] A young female Arctic fox fitted with a tracking device trekked 2,175 miles from Norway to Canada in 76 days, settling on Ellesmere Island in Canada. She traveled an average of 28 miles/day with a maximum pace of 96 miles/day, outpacing a previously tracked adult male fox by 1.4 times.

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  • [Travel fact 3] The Smuggler's Inn located on the Canadian-American border encourages its guests to spot illegal trespassers by supplying them with night vision goggles.

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  • [Travel fact 4] Couples who travel together tend to have stronger relationships. Humans naturally bond when they need to trust one another in new situations and circumstances.

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  • [Travel fact 5] The three Olympic-class ocean liners were each involved in accidents: RMS Olympic was damaged in a collision with HMS Hawke, RMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank, and HMHS Britannic struck an underwater mine during World War I and sank. One woman named Violet Jessop survived all three accidents.

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  • [Travel fact 6] Columbus never reached any land that now forms part of the mainland United States of America; most of the landings Columbus made on his four voyages, including the initial October 12, 1492 landing (the anniversary of which forms the basis of Columbus Day), were on Caribbean islands which today are independent countries. Columbus was also not the first European to visit the Americas: at least one explorer, Leif Ericson, preceded him by reaching what is believed to be the island now known as Newfoundland, part of modern Canada, though he never made it to the mainland.

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  • [Travel fact 7] Hotel Arbez sits right on the border of Switzerland and France. A set of stairs start in France and end in Switzerland upstairs. The upper rooms were thus an ideal hideout for French Resistance members during World War 2 as the Nazis weren't allowed to cross into the Swiss side.

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  • [Travel fact 8] Operation Wetback was a 1954 operation by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to remove illegal immigrants, mostly Mexican nationals from the southwestern United States.

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  • [Travel fact 9] Ebenezer Place, in Wick, Caithness, Scotland, is credited by the Guinness Book of Records as being the world's shortest street at 2.06 meters (6 feet 9 inches). The street has only one address: the entrance to No. 1 Bistro, which is part of Mackays Hotel.

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  • [Travel fact 10] A luxury hotel named Grand Hyatt Cannes Hotel in Cannes, France has a team of 5 trained attack hawks that it uses to keep pesky seagulls from harassing its wealthy patrons in outside seating areas.

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