The world is full of surprises – what will interest tourists in different countries
If you come to Holland during tulip season, you can enjoy the multicolored fields
In Polish Wroclaw, every cathedral and even the local rivers have a nearby tactile model, so the blind can “see” them too
In Saudi Arabia, you can buy bottled camel milk in a supermarket
In Copenhagen, there is a playground in the shape of a real street, where children learn to behave on the roadway and obey traffic rules
A Chinese restaurant in Queens serves spices in the form of miniature teddy bears that you put in a pot of soup and then immediately dissolve
In Ohio, USA, there’s a house in the shape of a picnic basket
At Harvey’s Diner in Canada, the standard kids’ set comes with a pot of live plant, not a toy, as a gift
A couple hundred miles away in Milan, Italy, a surreal skyscraper seems to vanish into thin air.
In Hawaii the STOP sign is blue, not red.
In Dorset, England, knitters decorate mailboxes with their creations.
May brings huge snowdrifts in Wyoming
In one of Copenhagen’s canals, you can see statues standing underwater
There’s a Filipino restaurant in Seattle that has no menu
“We don’t have a ‘menu’ because I (Eith Lei) cook what I want.
It’s not the road to Card City, but a parking ban on a certain side of a Florida highway
Mirror obelisk in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
Amsterdam is famous for its very large trash garbage cans
London’s Macy’s department store still has a pair of the original wooden escalators that have been in operation since it opened
In Brazil, a Subway eatery offers pizza in addition to sandwiches
Tiramisu in Scotland is served under a chequered lid sprinkled with sugar
In Germany, you can not only turn on a pedestrian traffic light to cross the street, but also turn it off when you’ve done so
These are the kind of sinks that stand in the restrooms in Chevron’s office building in Chumacum, Wash.
In France, you can have fresh baguettes delivered daily.
In Armenia, such a lunch would cost you $6, or about 400 rubles.
Japanese cakes in a jar, which in Japan are sold in vending machines.
In Switzerland, you can buy a bottle of drinking water with an image of a miniature mountain
In the lobby of a blood bank in Melbourne, Australia, electronic displays show potential donors whether the blood bank holds enough blood
Source: – translated by fishki.net
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