Archive for July, 2010
Now up and running, the German National Tourist Board‚Äôs new eBrochure, www.creative-germany.travel, offers a virtual journey of discovery through the world of ideas emerging from Germany‚Äôs creative talent.
Oil Response Chief: Risk Now ‘Very, Very Low’ for Oil to Travel to Florida Keys Via Loop Current; Risk ‘Will Go to Zero Once Well is Killed’
The head of the U.S. Government’s response effort to mitigate the Transocean/BP oil spill said that with the oil leak capped there is now little chance of oil remnants reaching the Florida Keys and the South Florida mainland.
ANGUILLA AIR SERVICES (AAS) Anguilla Air Services has three scheduled flights daily between Anguilla and St Maarten all connecting with the North American and European flights.
CRAWLEY, England – British Airways has announced plans to start a new double daily weekday service from the Docklands Airport with flights to Copenhagen in Denmark, providing a direct air link between the two capital cities.
The Galapagos, comprising 19 islands and a marine reserve, are situated some 1,000 kilometers from the South American continent. Deemed a World Heritage site in 1978, they have been described as a unique ‚Äúliving museum and showcase of evolution.‚ÄĚ
World Travel Market, the premier global event for the travel industry, will unveil results from the largest ever international survey into the travel and leisure patterns of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community at WTM 2010.
TORONTO – Hurtigruten, represented in Canada by GLP Worldwide Expedition Travel & Tours, takes you on a breathtaking journey of discovery along Norway‚Äôs spectacular and rugged coastline and magnificent fjords. No wonder it is known as the ‚ÄúWorld‚Äôs Most Beautiful Voyage.‚ÄĚ This fantastic voyage now comes with an incredible offer – pay only for 6 [...]
by Judy Zimmerman It’s been more than 30 years ago since I last visited Virginia City, Nevada for the day–not enough time to even begin to scratch the surface of the history of what was once the wealthiest gold and silver mine in the world. So, last month I returned for the weekend to continue [...]
by Judy M. Zimmerman “Haven’t you heard how dangerous it is? Aren’t you afraidto take off for South Africa alone?” asked several friends justbefore I left. Their concern was understandable. Someone who has never ventured forth on an independent journey would certainly havegood reasons to fear the unknown.
September 9 to 19; September 23 to 26 (Pick of the Fringe) Most performances at the Vancouver International Fringe Festival are anything but mainstream. More than 80 groups from around the world present 600 shows over 11 days on a variety of indoor and outdoor stages (most of the venues are on Granville Island; however [...]