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As I plan a trip for Europe this coming summer with a friend, I see how much fun "adventuring" can be. Of course, I am no match for women who have scaled mountains or traveled to the, literally, ends of the Earth.
In 1895, Annie became only the third woman to ascend the Swiss Matterhorn, and the first to do this in trousers under a long tunic rather than the unwieldy skirts of the day.
The two men disappeared on the famed peak in a 1970 snowstorm.
This past weekend, theme park fans around the globe collectively lost their minds as images of the Hatbox Ghost began to pop up online.
Go ahead. Admit it. After hearing about all that cool stuff Comic-Con attendees got to see last week, you're now wishing that you'd gone down to San Diego.
I recently met up with Alex Herrmann, director Americas, Switzerland Tourism, and he gave me an eye-opening education about Switzerland and the many wonders it offers travelers - outside of skiing.
Reports have appeared about the fight women had to undertake so that women's ski jumping could become an Olympic event. Unfortunately, the history of women in sports has been fraught with the refrain that women "can't."
To all who come to this happy place: Welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here, age relives fond memories of the past, and here
Ellis, who described herself as a “feminist and an investment adviser” in an interview with The New York Times, cited research