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Red Sox, Star Trek and More Amazing Travel News This Week

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 14, 2015

Red Sox, Star Trek and More Amazing Travel News This Week

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This is the week that we saw a man almost fall off a perfect good slackline. It’s also the week we learned the best cruise ever imagined would launch in the near future.

Yes, you could say the last few days have provided just about everything you could hope for on the entertainment spectrum.

We also now have a huge hankering to visit the real-life Springfield that brings all the dietary delicacies in “The Simpsons” to life.

And, after our gut busting meal, we can daydream about the best overnight slumber party in sports.

Bed Sox:

To the people who grew up with a Ted Williams poster on the wall, we have word on the best sleepover ever fathomed.

The Boston Red Sox are allowing one lucky winner to bring a guest along with them for a September sleepover at the iconic Fenway Park.

Read More: Red Sox Offer Fenway Park Airbnb, Throw Best Baseball Overnight Ever Imagined

We’ll Pass, Thanks:

Spencer Seabrooke seems to enjoy the truly beautiful surroundings of Squamish, British Columbia.

However, we are inclined to pass on what he considers a good time. We rather enjoy not falling hundreds of feet after walking on a very tiny rope.

Read More: Enjoy This Terrifying Slackline Video From Squamish, British Columbia

Simpsons Food Crawl:

The crew over at Zagat decided to take a tour of Springfield, which resides at Universal Studios Hollywood.

According to the video, simply walking around the joint will mandate letting the belt out a little. This is one calorie-filled tourist attraction.

Read More: Take Video Tour of Universal Studios' Springfield Simpsons Delicacies

Star Trek Goes Cruising:

We always dreamed of traveling across the universe on a starship. While that might not happen, we can now take a cruise on the good ship Star Trek.

CBS is throwing a galactically awesome shindig that is hosted by William Shatner. So start packing your tribbles now.

Read More: Star Trek: The Cruise Is Essentially An Enterprise Extravaganza

Nightmare Attraction:

Lastly, we would like to bring you a story about a giant hole.

While that sounds about as exciting a story about a small hole, we like to add that this hole has been burning for over 40 years and attracts nearby spiders that jump off the ledge and into the pit of despair.

Sounds like a fun spot to snap off a selfie.

Read More: Turkmenistan's Gates of Hell Is The Stuff Of Nightmares


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