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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Thursday, Oct. 29

Travel Technology | Gabe Zaldivar | October 29, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Thursday, Oct. 29

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Let’s go around the world in just a few moments.

Welcome back to Road Warrior Pulse with Thursday's edition of all the most intriguing travel news from the realm of technology, gadgets and road trips.

Holler at us if we happened to have forgotten anything. Otherwise enjoy items that are spooky, engaging and a whole bunch of fun.

Big Things:

People in love with enormous items that come in small packages will love the new 4GEE Capture Cam, which is tiny enough to be considered adorable but offers the streaming capabilities to demand your travel attention.

Read More: LifeHacker UK

Estonia Changes Passport Game:

The country is moving into the realm of digital citizenship, allowing travelers to apply for e-residency.

While a fledgling program, it’s an important step to remolding how we think about passports and International travel.

Read More: Quartz


The Telegraph profiles Halo, which is essentially a luxury liner that takes the comfort of a cruise ship and stuffs it in a conveyance akin to S.H.I.E.L.D’s Helicarrier.

One day you might be able to lazily float across the world like Iron Man on holiday.

Read More: The Telegraph

Fly Like Royalty:

One intrepid traveler found a way to garner inexpensive flights on extremely luxurious airlines.

Of course, maneuvering the loophole will have you contented to simply paying full cost.

Read More: Mashable

No Sleep:

According to a captivating tale by Madeleine Davies, you can travel to the Providence Amtrak station and drive about 20 miles to stay at a bed and breakfast that lives in nightmares.

Enjoy another chapter of Halloween glory with this tale of one night spent at the Lizzie Borden B&B.

Read More: Pictorial

Travel By YouTube:

Thanks to some brilliant thinking by officials, the world will get to enjoy the moment the Empire State Building dresses up in Halloween colors.

Read More: LA Times


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