Archive for September, 2010
Orlando, Florida‚ÄĒSeptember, 2010‚ÄĒStarting in June 2011, Air France will begin operating flights on a code-share basis with Delta from Orlando to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.¬†The flights will be operated within the framework of the trans-Atlantic joint venture agreement signed in May 2009 between Air France, KLM and Delta and enlarged to Alitalia in July 2010. Under [...]
The Canal du Midi is world famous and is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This exceptionally beautiful canal stretches over 240 kilometers between the City of Carcassonne and the Mediterranean Sea. The wonderful Mediterranean climate, the diversity of landscape, the rich history of the region, the established cultures, the acclaimed gastronomy and [...]
Story & Photo By Nelson Alcantara | September, 2010 (eTN) – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos last week in New York at the UN General Assembly promoted the vital role that the resources of Latin America can play in achieving many of the global goals that the United Nations has set, from providing food to [...]
By Nelson Alcantara | September, 2010 (eTN) – Geothermal energy could answer a substantial part of the energy demands of many poorer countries, Iceland’s foreign minister said last week in New York, telling United Nations Member States that it was time to consider initiatives to transfer expertise and financing to those nations in need.
What place is the most enigmatic, is woven with legends, and hides great mystery or the occult within? In a vote, readers selected several places that are sure to send shivers down your spine. Among them, for example, are the luminous passageway and phantoms of the Jihlava underground, the B√Ĺńć√≠ sk√°la (‚ÄúBull Rock Cave‚ÄĚ) for [...]
The 5th Annual Cherokee Art Market in Oklahoma to feature more than 130 Native American artists from the USA
TULSA, Okla., (September, 2010) ‚Äď If a picture‚Äôs worth a 1,000 words, then imagine the value of a room full of authentic Native American artwork. The 5th Annual Cherokee Art Market will feature more than 130 elite Native American artists from across the nation on Oct. 9 -10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The [...]
2010 marks the 31st anniversary for the event that Runners World Magazineonce called a ‚ÄúMust-Do 26.2 Run Far Away Close To Home.‚ÄĚ The Royal Victoria Marathon now known as the Good Life Fitness Victoria Marathon, thanks to a new title sponsor, will take place October 10, 2010 in Victoria, BC.
Two thousand years ago Marina was an important city. Nowadays, the Egyptian government supports archeological projects taking place there to make the site more appealing for tourists. The excavations of the ancient city will be opened to public.¬†Marina is a place where rich Egyptians have their holiday houses on beaches and where the elite relax. [...]
Space travel has become quite an intriguing term in recent years. With Boeing’s recent news revelations, the first step into space tourism has been made and what can be called nothing else but ‚Äėspace taxi’ may be launched as early as 2015.
Summer is winding down, but deals in California are still in full swing, as are a variety of events and festivals. September is officially California Wine Month, with great deals available throughout the state on wine-themed accommodation packages, making it an ideal time for a wine country getaway.