Passengers wait in line at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Thursday. A major snowstorm has delayed flights from Atlanta to New York. David Tulis/AP hide caption

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Grounded And Confounded, Airlines Wait For Storms To Pass

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The Butterfly Garden in Terminal 3 is just one of the pleasant diversions at the Changi airport in Singapore. Wong Maye-E/AP hide caption

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Passengers wait for a BoltBus to arrive during a light rain, Wednesday, Nov. 27 in New York. A wall of storms packing ice, sleet and rain could upend holiday travel plans as millions of Americans take to the roads, skies and rails for Thanksgiving. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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An Airbus A320 on display during Airshow China 2012 at China International Aviation Exhibition Center in Zhuhai on Nov. 13, 2012. Increasing prosperity and urbanization in China and elsewhere in Asia will drive the global demand for aircraft, Airbus said Tuesday. Marina Lystseva /ITAR-TASS/Landov hide caption

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In Turkey, bits of meat are wrapped in squares of pasta to make manti. thebittenworld/Flickr hide caption

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From Ramen To Rotini: Following The Noodles Of The Silk Road

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An image from a demo of the Stuck on Earth app, which Lauren Goode of All Things D calls "a photographer's dream." Stuck on Earth hide caption

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Travel Apps That Help You Pack, Explore And Enjoy The Scenery

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Here goes nothing. A big jump over the Zambezi River in Africa. James Whatley/Flickr hide caption

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Kelsey Blodget of Oyster.com photographs the lobby of New York's Trump SoHo hotel. The website relies on tech-savvy workers to create online reviews and track hotel bookings. Oyster.com hide caption

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Wanted: Digital Bloodhounds For The Hotel Industry

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