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  • Upgrade your experience – Top innovations in travel

    Upgrade your experience – Top innovations in travel

    What would Phileas Fogg make of it? In Jules Verne’s 1873 novel, the main character prompts disbelief when he claims he can travel Around The World in 80 Days. With the help of his faithful servant, he moves from train to hot air balloon and even elephant and, after some confusion with the International Date Line, wins his bet.