Archive for August, 2004
Stroll the colorful handicraft markets and explore the city of Granada, Nicaraguaâ€™s colonial gem. The city is situated on the shores of Lake Nicaragua in the shadow of the Mombacho Volcano and lies close to Morganâ€™s Rock Hacienda and Ecolodge, a beautiful beach hotel which is located only 90 minutes from Granada. Full day excursions [...]
As the worldâ€™s Olympic spotlight focuses on Athens, Vancouver is reaching its very own Olympic milestone. August 12 marks 2010 days until the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games! Be sure to pencil in the dates February 12 to 28, 2010, but here are ten ways to catch the Olympic spirit [...]
The holidays just got a little more magical at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. This year, not only will guests experience an impressive lineup of special events, but a little something extra â€“ an opportunity to stay right in the middle of the magic at incredible prices. Disney Value Resort hotels, including the [...]
Berlinâ€™s legendary Hotel Adlon has unveiled an additional 69 elegant rooms and suites. The Adlonâ€™s expansion will provide much needed luxury hotel rooms in a city that in September sees the departure of the Four Seasons chain from Berlinâ€™s capital. â€śSince the Adlon first opened its doors in 1907, we have been at the forefront [...]
Anyone who has visited Mackinac Island knows that the only way to truly appreciate all that this fun destination has to offer is to stay on the island overnight. September and October on Mackinac Island is a feast for the senses, as the changing colors and fresh, crisp air make an irresistible setting for a [...]
Monetâ€™s Garden â€“ exhibition in the Museum of Fine Arts From his earliest days as an artist, Claude Monet (1840 â€“ 1926) responded with an unusual intensity to civilized nature. A great many of his works were inspired by the gardens which played a role in his life: In the 1860s it was the garden [...]
Over one-hundred Spanish works of art and science will be on display at the Seattle Art Museumâ€™s Age of Exploration Exhibit October 16th through January 2005.Â The Mayflower Park Hotel in conjunction with the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) is offering the Taste of Spain in Seattle Package, which includes two tickets to the exhibition, and [...]
July Visitors Traveling to Guam by Air Exceed 100,000 http://www.visitguam.org TUMON BAY, Guam, USA, August 30, 2004 Q Visitor air arrivals on Guam numbered a record-breaking 100,616 in July. The 100,616 visitors do not include sea arrivals.
12 months ago, Ryanair founder Tony Ryan tried unsuccessfully to negotiate an investment in Air Macau. The SAR flag carrier has lucrative operations to Taiwan and a low cost operating base (relative to neighbouring Hong Kong) at Macau International Airport. Massive new investment in gaming and leisure infrastructure will transform the SAR’s economy over the [...]
The Department of Civil Aviation, Dubai, yesterday welcomed the inaugural PIA flight from Karachi to Moscow via Dubai. Mr Buti bin Solaiman, General Manager, Ground Operations, DCA, welcomed the inaugural flight. PIA will operate two flights per week on Karachi-Dubai-Moscow-Dubai-Karachi route.