Archive for September, 2009
Since inukshuk–man-made markers made of rock or stone stacked in the shape of a human form–became the official symbol of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, this ancient form of marking trails, identifying reference points or communicating messages to others has gained lots of time in the spotlight. And now, thanks to an [...]
Erfurt, Potsdam And Rostock Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of The Fall Of The Berlin Wall With Visits To Sites And Retrospectives
Augsburg, Germany, September 2009 — This autumn and winter, visitors to the former East German cities of Erfurt, Potsdam and Rostock — members of the Historic Highlights of Germany tourism consortium — will be given the opportunity to celebrate alongside proud Germans as they note the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall [...]
El Albir, Spain – September 30, 2009 – Flu season is upon us and the best way to ward off a nasty cold this winter is to maintain a healthy lifestyle year round. In an effort to help combat pesky germs and infectious diseases, SHA Wellness Clinic has announced its Healthy Winter Program.
Ontario’s Lake Country, ON: The 19th Annual Orillia Jazz & Blues Festival and Ontario’s Lake Country are working in partnership to offer visitors to the region outstanding entertainment during The Cottages at Port Stanton Passport to Fun Contest, October 15-18, 2009.
SONOMA COUNTY, CALIF – As the frenzy of grape harvest and crush subside and the holidays are fast approaching, treat yourself to some of the treasures of past harvests during a Sonoma County wine country getaway.
DALLAS – Fares are falling! Fares are falling! Fares are falling super low on southwest.com. Southwest is offering Customers fares starting as low as $59 one-way to select destinations.Fares must be purchased by Oct. 15, 2009, and are available for travel every day except Fridays and Sundays from Oct. 13, 2009, through Feb. 11, 2010.
By Diana Plater, Paul Mulvey and Gabrielle Dunlevy, theage.com.au/etn | Sep 30, 2009 It’s a miracle – culture has grown in popularity in Australia. Well at least that’s what the numbers suggest. For the first time, more Australians are visiting Victoria for a holiday than Queensland.
The following are travel news updates for travelers to South America: ARGENTINA Aerolineas Argentinas will continue flying to Chapelco Aerolineas Argentinas will not cancel its flights to Chapelco. At the beginning, there will be two weekly flights and the fixed schedule will be recovered from the fleet recomposition and the pilot training to the new [...]
Cuba’s Foreign Minister told the General Assembly yesterday that it is still waiting for the global optimism generated by the new United States administration to be translated into action, calling for an end to the decades-long embargo against the Caribbean nation.
Hundreds of birdwatchers from all over the world will flock to the Israeli resort town of Eilat to take part in the 4th Eilat Spring Migration Festival, March 18-25, 2010.