Archive for April, 2004
Throughout the Pacific Rim, business opportunities are on the rebound. In order to make the westward journey to Asia a successful and lucrative venture, savvy business travelers are honing their international relations skills by learning proper etiquette so that they can gain an edge over the competition and build important, lasting relationships.
Busker festivals and¬†‚ÄúPamper Mom‚ÄĚ¬†packages highlight May for travel north of Toronto.¬†Relax on the Victoria long weekend with special packages range from 3 nights for the price of 2 and 2 children 12 and under stay free on the Victoria long weekend, to 50%¬† off weekend packages for Mom, to mid-week getaways of $59 per deluxe [...]
The Quad Cities is where it all begins for Grand Excursion 2004! This once-in-a-lifetime celebration from June 25-July 5 includes opportunities for people to take historic riverboat cruises on the Mississippi River, ride the rails once again on an historic steam engine train, and follow the scenic river from the Quad Cities to the Twin [...]
As the most sought-after travel destination in the United States, Alaska beckons to all world travelers. And The World Outdoors, a 16-year-old adventure travel company that pioneered multi-sport tours, is now offering two unique Alaska adventures that deliver the land of the midnight sun in an absolutely unforgettable way. Visitors to Alaska expect a diverse [...]
Teens can now explore the Caribbean in a new and different way, thanks to Adventures Cross Country (ARCC). ARCC, the world leader in teen adventures, has added the Caribbean to its schedule and put together an outstanding itinerary that provides students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of adventure sports in one of [...]
Long before the run-up to the accession to the European Union (EU), Hungary has prepared for regional cooperation in overseas marketing. Two years ago, it has decided to take advantage of an obvious cross-promotion with a few countries. “It is (something) like the European Union accession which is called the Visegrad countries – Poland, Hungary, [...]
VIA Rail Canada and the Canadian Tulip Festival invite you to experience Canadas internationally renowned tulip celebration with a unique train ride from Montreal on May 15, 2004. The morning “Tulip Train” will feature a VIA/Tulip Breakfast, a sampling of Tulip Julip, a Tulip Explosion floral demonstration, Tulip d√©cor, music, animation and intermingling with the [...]
The developer of the Waldens Landing retail and restaurant complex is equipping a travel lounge exclusively for drivers of the many motorcoaches that bring visitors to Pigeon Forge. The 1,000-square-foot lounge will feature recliners, complimentary beverages and cable TV, according to developer Ned Vickers of Holrob Investments.
American Airlines and British Airways, the two largest oneworld Alliance partners, have launched interline electronic ticketing. Customers can use a single electronic ticket (e-ticket) when their itineraries include travel on American Airlines and British Airways. This implementation is yet another step toward oneworld becoming by years end the first global alliance to offer the convenience [...]
US Airways introduced the first phase of its new permanent and simplified low fares called “GoFares¬ģ” today in Philadelphia, kicking off the largest awareness campaign in company history. Employees will be performing “unbelievable” acts of kindness as part of an intense nine-day highly visible promotional campaign to tell Philadelphians about its new $29 – $499* [...]