Archive for September, 2005
Fall is glamorous in Mont-Tremblant, especially if you’re visiting the Spa-sur-le-Lac. When nature showcases all of its glorious beauty, when leaves shine rich colours of crimson, purple, yellow and gold, fall is upon Mont Tremblant ; and it is breathtaking. This short precious spectacle of nature inspires so many to visit the region ; but [...]
Commencing October 4, 2005, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security will require airlines to collect additional Advance Passenger Information (APIS) from customers travelling to, from, and via the United States. Under the existing APIS program, passengers checking-in for flights to or from U.S. destinations or with an itinerary that includes a [...]
Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) ‚Äėbrings Qatar to the world‚Äô during this years Arab World Travel & Tourism Exchange (AWTTE), currently taking place in Beirut, September 29 – October 2.
With the opening of the 40,000 square foot, $20 million design-driven dining and entertainment complex TAO, The Venetian-Resort-Hotel Casino has officially upped the ante in the battle for Las Vegas’ burgeoning nightlife-seeking crowd.
The number of international passengers carried reached 11.6 million for the month, a year on year increase of 4.1 percent, according to the preliminary figures released Thursday by the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines today released preliminary traffic results for the month of August 2005.
Ever since the islands joined the EU in May 2004, there has been a total drive by the government to address the most evident tangibles when it comes to infrastructural projects whether this included sustainable development, added value for the tourism product, roads or transport issues. The Malta Transport Authority (ADT) was set up in [...]
For 2006 Rail Europe will add four completely new European railpasses covering the two-country combinations of France-Germany, France-Benelux, Germany-Austria and Germany-Switzerland. In addition, three new single country railpasses for touring Greece, Poland or Sweden will be offered. The new single and two country passes will be members of the “Eurail” family of products.
The outbreak of violence in Lebanon, which has included a wave of attacks targeting anti-Syria key political figures and the media, is part of a transitional phase, Tourism Minister Joseph Sarkis said. ‚ÄúWe are about to see the light at the end of the tunnel,‚ÄĚ said Minister Sarkis told reporters, adding that the situation will [...]
Looking to attract a more sophisticated, upscale visitor and increase the number of travelers during the summer months, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau is implementing innovative marketing initiatives, a savvy public relations program, and fresh advertising designed to reach its core audiences and drive traffic to its website,
‘Tis The Season For Holiday Savings: Radisson Seven Seas’ Celebrated Vessels Feature Six Star Tropical Luxury
Gift yourself and loved ones this holiday season with a choice of eight luxurious Radisson Seven Seas¬ģ Caribbean, Panama Canal/Mexican Riviera, and French Polynesia cruises. Wake up Christmas morning to breakfast on your private balcony; kindle your first menorah light en route to Casa del Campo; or toast the New Year amid fireworks in Acapulco’s [...]