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Lionel Richie, Grand Canyon and the Week's Cool Travel News in Review

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | September 18, 2015

Lionel Richie, Grand Canyon and the Week's Cool Travel News in Review

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This was an enjoyable week in travel news, especially if you enjoy things that are completely stellar.

We welcome you back to our weekly review of the week that was, highlighting just a few stories that stick with us as we head into the weekend.

And to tip our hand a bit, you will want to clear your calendar next year for a stay in Las Vegas where some classic pop hits will be performed.

Other than that, we have a few videos that will allow you to sit back and ponder on this wide glorious world in which we live.

As you will soon see, it is all the more grand with a GoPro in hand.


The creator of so many songs that mandate you turn the volume up when they come on is going to Las Vegas in 2016.

Lionel Richie, a man who dances on ceilings, will hold a residency in Sin City.

READ MORE: Lionel Richie Will Bring The Hits to Las Vegas in 2016

Only Way to Travel:

A BMX rider strapped a camera to himself and rode around the city.

Granted, you will find things far more exciting than that, because the city happens to be New York, and the moguls are taxicabs.

READ MORE: BMX Rider Takes Us On Ridiculous Adventure Throughout New York City

How Grand:

If you send a camera into space, it may take a couple of years before the great abyss to spit it back out.

TravelPulse’s Barry Kaufman spotted this found footage of the Grand Canyon as seen from space.

READ MORE: WATCH: The Grand Canyon As Seen From Space

Versatile Vancouver:

Warning: Video features NSFW language.

Lastly, we tip our hats to Vancouver, a beautiful city that you have seen in countless movies. Only, you have rarely seen it playing itself.

Narrator Tony Zhou walks us through the fascinating reasons this Canadian wonderland has become a go-to backdrop for Hollywood.

READ MORE: Captivating Video Highlights Many Film Faces of Versatile Vancouver


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