German Vacation Destinations Munich
Arguably one of Germany's most celebrated, famous, and visited cities; Munich is a popular spot for visitors from across the globe ranging from ordinary tourists to jet-setting celebrities. Munich has sights, attractions, and events for everyone. The city is a bustling metropolis filled with modern flair and classic culture at the same time.
Munich is home to many castles, landmarks, and churches will keep the fine arts lover, history buff, and anyone else busy for days, even weeks, trying to see them all.
Considered to be the "must-see" destination for visitors to Munich, the Nymphenburg Palace was built in the 17th century as a gift from Ferdinand Maria to his wife, Henriette. His heir, Maximilian Emanuel, expanded to the palace by adding symmetrical buildings that span from the central structure. The Nymphenburg Palace also features a large landscaped park with meticulously manicured lawns, trees, shrubs, and fountains. The associated pavilions include Amalienburg, a hall that is secular in shape and lined with mirrors; Badenburg, which houses the first modern heated pool; Pagodenburg, which was built with a mixture of French and Oriental designs; and Magdaleneklause, which was constructed to resemble ruins and built to honor Mary Magdalen.
The astounding BMW Museum features the history and technological advances of BMW. Motor sports fans will enjoy the history of BMW's role in sports racing and its array of various prototypes on display. The BMW Museum is currently temporarily closed to the public for renovation, but will reopen in early 2007.
Historic churches of note that are often visited in Munich include Alter Peter or the Church of Saint Peter, the Cathedral Church of our Lady, Theatinerkirche, and Asamkirche.
Munich is the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest festival and houses the Beer and Oktoberfest museum, which is open year round. The museum gives visitors a lesson in the history of beer and Oktoberfest and is housed in one of Munich's oldest historical buildings.
The Oktoberfest festival celebrates Bavarian Beer and lasts for several weeks each year starting in September and ending in October. The tradition is nearly 200 years old and is probably Munich's largest attraction each year. Festival events include the Oktoberfest Costume and Rifleman's Parade, open-air music, beer tents, and distinct German cuisine feasts. Oktoberfest draws over six million visitors each year, with rates of attendance increasing with each passing year.
Munich is a very modern and cosmopolitan city and is an imperative hub to the high-fashion and glamour industry. Famous, world-renowned artists, designers, clothiers, actors, and models flock to the city to set trends, be seen, and make themselves known to the world.
It is also a very active community for the family and outdoors enthusiasts. The Zugspitze is the highest mountain in Germany, towering over 2,900 meters above sea level. The Munich Zoo is a popular attraction and houses over 460 species of domestic and exotic animals. It has the distinction of being the first "geo zoo" in the world. Finally, the Isar River is a well-loved target for rafting fans for its natural beauty.
Alicante Airport For Travel To Torrevieja
Most travelers to the Costa Blanca region of Spain take an Alicante flight. The Alicante Airport is the main airport of this region, including Torrevieja and Benidorm, servicing travelers from all over the world. This international airport offers many flight options, lower priced fairs and a wide variety of transportation options available so you can reach you final destination once at the airport. With over sixty million people traveling to Spain annually, the government has made significant investments to make travel throughout the country much more accessible and affordable for both its visitors and citizens. Rail services, buses, taxis and car hire services make travel from the airport and around the city and surrounding areas only a matter of choosing which one is best for you.
The price of airfare to the area varies by the time of year and day of the week. Generally, it is least expensive to fly on Tuesdays and Thursdays while Friday, Saturday and Sunday are the most expensive days to fly. You may also find cheaper fares for flights during non-peak hours. Of course, travel during the peak summer season will be more expensive than off seasons. You should also book your flight in advance to find the best deals, particularly for flights during the summer seasons. Some believe that the best fares are found last minute and, though this can be true in the off seasons, it is surely not true during the summer. Waiting too late for summer flights risks the unavailability of a flight when you wish to travel ad also higher fares. It is recommended that you book your trip at least three months in advance.
Discount airlines can offer lower priced fare in exchange for fewer amenities and less convenience. There is no meal served on the flight, though you may get a small snack or beverage on some flights. Some carriers charge for beverages. In general, the lack of food or beverages helps these carriers keep the cost of the tickets at a lower fare. You may want to consider bring your own snacks on the plane. Another inconvenience sometimes found is that your flight will not be direct. You may have a layover or connecting flight and, if you are connecting in another country, you may need to obtain and re-check your bags for the later flight. Be sure to check on the luggage policy as it can vary by airline. Finally, if your flight is cancelled you may have more difficulty getting another flight. The larger airlines will not honor your ticket which means you will be required to wait for an alternate flight from the discount carrier.
Vacationing In Gold West Country Montana
Montana is a vast and varied state of mountains, canyons, river valleys, forests and caverns. It's the 4th largest state in the nation but with our popularion under 1 million, it's actually the sixth least-populated state. Ah... there is room to breathe and nowhere is the air fresher.
The myths and legends of the American West are still alive here from the historic ghost towns Virginia City to Butte and Anaconda, the site of the famous Copper King Wars, and a very short jaunt from The Fish Creek House Bed and Breakfast in Whitehall,
Butte also has something few other cities can claim - a rich and incredible history. Visiting Butte, even today, one can literally step back into time. Butte is also one of only two cities to be recognized as a National Historic Landmark - with more than 4000 historic buildings of one kind or another. Butte is literally teeming full of historic buildings - and makes other "restored" historic towns seem rather lame in comparison. And if all the historical buildings and "ghost signs" aren't enough, there is always the every present old mining rigs (over 40 of them dot the sky in Butte) to help remind visitors what built Butte into the town that it is today.
As the Lewis and Clark expedition commemorates its bicentennial, Montana is again a central part of the Lewis and Clark travels.
As you can wind your way west through the "City of Murals" here in Whitehall and retrace the historic trails of the Lewis and Clark expedition, stop by at the Fish Creek House You'll feel right at home in their beautiful log home Bed & Breakfast, and will happily assist you in planning your visit around Big Sky country.
Then there's the watchable wildlife... A pair of binoculars will come in handy as you discover the pleasures of one of Montana's most popular pastimes, wildlife watching. Elk, deer and antelope roam freely on our property. A good tip, grab a cup of coffee while we whip up breakfast since according to the experts, the best viewing time is dawn.
We can assist you with other professional guide services. Whether you're visiting Montana for a hunt or fishing on one of the world class fly fishing rivers nearby, or if you simply prefer to relax Fish Creek House is a wonderful home to come back to... while you're away.
Had A Holiday Nightmare Or Dream Vacation
Does your holiday story just have to be told? Then head over to Travel Cubic Blog to get into the holiday spirit and give yourself the chance to win an impressive prize!
Everyone has a unique and memorable vacation experience. It could be a romantic trip with a loved one, a hilarious encounter with a strange culture, or even a bad experience that can serve as a warning to other travellers. Whatever it is, you can tell the rest of the world about your unique holiday experience and even get a chance of winning a one week vacation to wonderful Isla Margarita by heading over to Travel Cubic. Travel Cubic, a new consumer review website, launched a new competition beginning March 1 where visitors can win just by reviewing their holiday trips.
Participants to the competition must write a holiday review that will be published on Travel Cubic. The writer of each review will be automatically included in the competition where the prize draw is a one week vacation to Isla Margarita in exotic Venezuela. Participants to the competition can write about their holiday trip wherever they may have taken it, be it in a trip to Nepal or a luxurious vacation somewhere in the Bahamas.
Because more and more travellers are opting to organise holidays on their own they would usually travel with little knowledge about the countries - its culture, must-see places, nightspots, etc. the holiday habits of consumers are also evolving, as they try to out new holiday experiences, sun lovers are trying out winter vacations, while thrill seekers consider taking Activity Holidays.
Because of these developments, the Travel Cubic website has decided to compile as much information as possible to help consumers plan their holidays. The information visitors to the website can access include airline information and even reviews of car hire companies.
The main resource of Travel Cubic though are the reviews posted by visitors. What could be better than a first hand account of a visitor's travel holiday to a particular tourist spot, location, or country. Visitors can give a review of their entire stay, from the hotels they stayed in, restaurants they dined in, the tours they have joined. If you have been on so much as a day out in a theme park, then Travel Cubic wants to hear your thoughts about it. Sending a review will be a big help for other travellers who are looking for first-hand reviews and accounts on countries and other attractions that they would like to visit. And with Travel Cubic's new contest, your informative review could result in you getting another vacation in Isla Margarita.
Travel Cubic Director, Danny Wirken, encouraged online holidaymakers to get involved as he said, "Millions of travellers will be jetting off to sunnier climates over the next few months and we aim to give Travel Cubic users the chance to share their experiences of travelling abroad in order to provide consumers with as much accurate pre-holiday information as possible. We want consumers to exchange good and honest advice about their holiday experiences, which they may not always get from a travel agent or tour operator. We hope that by offering the prize of a one week vacation in Isla Margarita, it will encourage more users to join the debate and exchange ideas, information and experiences."
Try The Posada Natura Viva On Gran Roque As One Of Your Romantic Affordable Honeymoon Ideas
"Romantic Affordable Honeymoon Ideas, that's what we need." This was what my future wife said to me, and all I really wanted was a romantic honeymoon place, but somewhere that was different from the international resorts our friends booked for their honeymoons.
This was what led us indirectly to our choice of Los Roques a tiny cluster of islands off the north coast of Venezuela for one week of our honeymoon.
After taking advice from forums, and reading between the lines on travel websites we opted for The Posada Natura Viva, because it had a strong Italian connection which was what we were advised to look for.
Getting there was interesting, we flew to Caracas, and then using a small local airline we flew into Gran Roque. If that sounds simple it wasn't because we like to travel independently. Normally we use a local agent to tie up the loose ends, and this proved difficult, and thank goodness we did it in plenty of time. We used a company called Explore Partners a Caracas based company, and for a good length of time, I wasn't certain we even had a honeymoon.
Eventually we had to fax the relevant page of our passports plus a copy of my credit card to their office, and all was well.
Sometimes romantic affordable honeymoon ideas have other complications, but the effort was worth it. The Posada Natura Viva is right on the beach, and has a real feel of an Italian Mediterranean villa about it. We had a king size double bed, after all we were on our honeymoon!! There was a simple ensuite bathroom with a shower, a ceiling fan, no airconditioning, all perfectly adequate.
The restaurant was on a beautiful patio with lots of tropical foliage, and the breakfasts were good if not fantastic, consisting of fruit juices, coffee, eggs ham and cheese. The bread is fresh baked every day.
Dinner is fish based with Italian overtones, and as we love fish that suited us very well indeed, but could be a problem if you didn't. The bar was also a feature, on a beautiful terrace surrounded by bougainvilleas, with some interesting rum based cocktails being a memory by themselves.
The accommodation suited us fine, but we really came for the unspoilt atmosphere of an island with no motor cars, and the chance to be castaways for the day, with everything we needed except cool beers for our day.
Diving here is spectacular, and we dived at La Guaza which is a group of coral pinnacles about 100 feet down, quite amazing.
We also used Oscar Shop near the airport, to book trips, and one of our most amazing memories was the glassy lagoons off Crasqui, an island only a few minutes away, where we swam through thousands of fish.
Also Cayo de Agua which consisted of miles of beautiful beach and lagoons.
It was a totally memorable honeymoon, certainly romantic, not quite as affordable an idea as we had first thought, but Gran Roque and the Posada Natura Viva should not be missed
Vinopolis The London Wine Center
Nestled under brick arches that support the Victorian railroad, lies Vinopolis just yards away from the newly constructed Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in the London area of Southwark. Latin aptly names Vinopolis. The Romans once settled this area of London south of the Thames River. Vinopolis means vine city. Now it has come to mean wine center. The center opened in 1999 in what use to be a warehouse. The South-eastern Railroad Company built the original structure in 1866.
As you wander the rooms of Vinopolis, you see the graceful arches and brick vaulted ceilings. Extensive work transformed the long tunnels into a series of rooms that house the displays, artifacts, images and videos. Other rooms are available for special events.
Tom Forrest, the Tour Development Manager, spoke with us about the history of Vinopolis and its vision. When asked if the mission of Vinopolis was to educate the public about wine, Tom responded that the mission is to educate with a small "e." Education occurs through a very relaxed atmosphere. Tom stated that the public learns through enjoyment. As a result, Vinopolis employees do not use sophisticated wine vocabulary. They are very knowledgeable about the wine they have to offer for tasting and answer all your questions.
A visitor to Vinopolis can choose among a series of tours. Each tour includes a walk through rooms that focus on wines from different parts of the world. In these rooms one finds displays of artifacts, videos and images. Each tour also comes with a number of tickets to use for tasting wines. The Original Tour offers five regular wine tastings and a Bombay Sapphire Cocktail. Other wine tours include a "How to Taste Wine" session and additional wine, beer, whisky, champagne, or absinthe tastings. A visitor can also use an audio guide. At different locations along the tour, a number signifies a number to type onto the playback device and you can hear a narrative about what is on display. The tour is self-paced. One can read as many of the display descriptions as they choose.
The tour began with displays that show that Georgia, an area surrounded by Russia, the Black Sea, Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan was the cradle of wine. Archeological evidence points out that viniculture took place in Georgia about 6000 BC with more than 500 grape varietals. An antique kvevri, once used to ferment wines, is on display. These 300-500 decalitre jugs would have been buried in the ground up to near the top in order to control temperature. Next, one travels through displays of the importance of Bordeaux and Rhone areas of France.
We stopped for a twenty-minute session on how to taste wine. Our presenter offered each participant a glass of white wine. We sat in a comfortable small amphitheatre. He demonstrated how not to taste wine by quickly glancing at the wine, taking a quick smell and drinking all of it at once. We noted that he spat out the wine each time he demonstrated how to taste it. He then proceeded to demonstrate how to look, smell and taste a wine. He gave us plenty of time to follow his directions and asked us what we thought after each step. This session was very low keyed and entertaining. Throughout the rest of the tour, we noticed that many other people were swirling their wines and smelling the wines.
The tour continued self-paced through displays on Burgundy, France and Germany. Visitors then approach the first tasting table where they can choose wines from different countries to taste. The wine consultants are very knowledgeable and helpful. If you do not know what to taste, they will ask several questions to determine what you may like to try. We decided to pick a country and try a wine they suggested from that country. The tour then continued through displays on Australia, New Zealand, United States, Chile, Argentina, and South Africa. Visitors then approach the second wine tasting table.
We took a slight detour between the Argentina and South Africa displays to enter a series of rooms devoted to Bombay Sapphire. Bombay Sapphire is a distilled London dry gin. A large round table holds copper bowls filled with different spices. All the spices were fresh enough for one to smell. A hallway lined with different gin glasses led to the tasting bar. Three different Bombay Sapphire cocktails were available. We tasted the Summer Sapphire which consisted of 25 ml of Bombay Sapphire, 15 ml of vanilla syrup and some pineapple juice and the Bombay Berry cocktail which consisted of 25 ml of Bombay Sapphire, 15 ml of blackberry liqueur and topped with cranberry juice. Both of the cocktails were delicious.
The tour led us on to the Italy room, another tasting table and then on to displays about the health benefits of wine. A series of quotes from ancient times to present day make the case for the health benefits of wine. Our favorite is a quote from Dr. Thomas Stuttaford, London 1999 who stated, "A glass or two of wine a day will not only lengthen life, but may also enhance intellectual power during the extra years provided."
The tour of Vinopolis was very educational and Vinopolis employees are very helpful and informative. As we left Vinopolis, we met a couple that we talked with earlier on the tour. They wished they had allotted more time for the tour. If visiting London in the future, consider making Vinopolis a destination and plan for plenty of time.
Cheap Holidays In Algarve
Have you thought about cheap holidays in Algarve, but thought you could not go without taking the family? A cheap holiday to Algarve is just what the family needs. Algarve is a breathtaking area with cliffs and beautiful sights of the bluest waters you have ever seen. You never have to worry about the weather, because when the rest of the European countries are cloudy and cooler, Algarve is warm and sunny. The seafood dinners are found everywhere and the hospitality is just superb. You will not find any other place where you can have it all and enjoy every minute of your vacation.
Although the area is famous for its fishing villages just waiting for you to stop, you will enjoy the other attractions in the area as well. The Aquashow is spectacular to see and they have a wave pool for some family fun. You can visit the exhibits of birds and see some interesting show preformed by the birds. If you thing the wave pool was fun, wait until you visit the Slide and Splash. They have rides, slides and a children's playground. The next stop might be the Aqualand water park. You have never experienced a water park like this before. It is a great time and the entire family will have fun on all the rides and water slides.
One day you might decide to visit the Zoomarine, which offers shows and a funfair for visitors. The marine animals put on shows, you might see the seals or the sea lions perform right in front of you. The safari rides around the mountains are something everyone will enjoy. You never know what you will see or where you will see it. The kids like a true adventure just as much as the adults do and you will find it here.
Take a boat trip with the family during the day and enjoy some evening fun of seafood, wine and some dancing and music traditional to the country. The restaurants put out great tasting foods and if you have a real adventurous side, you may even ride a donkey or take a donkey cart ride from you drop off point to the Algarvian Restaurant. Okay, riding a donkey might excite you, but a cart ride will relax you. After some peaceful nights in a glorious and elegant hotel, you will be ready to see the historical sites and maybe do some bird watching.
Cheap holidays in Algarve should always include some historical adventures. You can take tours to some of the site with a stop for lunch, then onto the rest of the journey and back to the hotel. If you are into birds of unusual species, bird watching in Algarve will delight you. Ria Formosa is one place everyone enjoys for hiking and bird watching. You will have a great adventure and some great times when you plan your cheap holidays to Algarve. The entire family will have something to amuse them and keep them busy for the entire vacation.
Experience Luxury And Elegance With Silverseas Cruises
Cruising is a fast growing industry that has expanded vastly in the past decades. You can find almost any type of cruise you have in mind at any budget; from lunch and dinner cruises to around the world cruises, which can last up to six months at a time.
Today, there is a cruise for everyone, however, if you are looking for an exquisite experience where attention to detail is on the daily agenda, you need to take a closer look at Silverseas Cruises.
A Cruise Line That Makes You Feel As Special As You Truly Are
Silverseas cruises are made of four luxury yachts, Silver Cloud, Silver Wind, Silver Whisper and Silver Shadow; they are the true form of what is known as luxurious cruising on the high seas. All the Silverseas yachts are large enough not to make the passengers feel crowded but, are small enough to make it to some of the most exquisite ports of call where large cruise liners cannot fit to dock.
Attention to details is what makes Silverseas cruises one of the world's best luxury liners such as daily written menus, fresh food that is delivered to the ship on daily basis and is inspected for quality by the Executive Chef in order to by brought on board; fresh fruit and vegetables as well as catering to every taste and needs of every single passenger in part, all you have to do is let them know before you even get on board what your likes and dislikes are and they will all be waiting for you as requested.
Silverseas cruises boasts to carry abroad some of the world best wines and champagnes, which are for the most part offered complimentary only with a few exceptions. A cigar and cognac bar awaits those who have a taste for the same every evening and here too most of the beverages and spirits are offered complimentary with the exceptions of a few.
Entertainment On Silverseas Cruises
Fine dining and duty-free shopping, a casino and a world class Broadway show are only some of the daily entertainment that awaits you on Silverseas cruises. Dancing, games, golf and lectures will keep you busy on board while tours that can be booked in advance onboard in the places of interest ashore will assure you have covered the port of call efficiently in the time provided.
Every guest is special on Silverseas cruises and you will feel so from the minute you step aboard; smiling faces who address you by your name welcome and cater to your every need and whim. If you are looking to experience a true luxurious cruise where the sky is the limit when it comes to pleasing and attending to the guest's comfort then Silverseas cruises is the cruise liner for you.
Hello From New York City Part 3 Crossing The Brooklyn Bridge Exploring Downtown Manhattan
What a full day we had yesterday. We had a delightful breakfast in our bed and breakfast at about 8:30 am and shared some nice conversations with a young couple from Sweden and an older couple from Holland, the hostess was participating as well. This is one of my favourite things about bed and breakfasts, usually they offer really tasty filling meals and a great conversation to go with it.
We got going at around noon and hopped off the subway just before the Brooklyn Bridge and ended up exploring the historic Brooklyn Heights neighbourhood a bit, a place with many well-preserved brownstones and expensive apartment buildings with a perfect view of downtown Manhattan. Then we started our walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, and started to soak in the vistas of the famous skyscrapers.
The Manhattan Bridge is very close to the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building is visible on the horizon. Tons of walkers and bikers were making the trekk across the bridge and the weather was pretty decent, sunny with about 16 degrees Celsius.
After the bridge we arrived at NYC City Hall which was blocked off to pedestrian traffic and there was a big congregation of media people on the front steps. Tons of people were sitting around the beautiful fountain just outside of city hall and with the blue sky, the blooming trees and the surrounding architectural arrangements this was just the perfect place to snap away with the camera. I particularly fell in love with the ornate spires of the Woolworth Building.
Then we headed further west, explored the yard of St. Paul's Cathedral which is right across from the World Trade Center location. As a first place of refuge after the tragedy, the churchyard has many plaques commemorating the events of 911 and it took more than 2 years to clear all the debris from the yard that had fallen down with the collapse of the buildings.
We then proceeded to Ground Zero. The area is fenced off with various posters showing the history of the buildings, the events of 911, and the names of the more than 2700 victims. The tragedy of 911 is very hard to grasp and when you are right there where it happened, you remember all the horrible pictures and the even more horrible events of that fateful day, now more than 31/2 years ago. It is so hard to imagine these 2 enormous buildings collapsing, surrounded on all sides by other highrise towers, and what it must have been like that day, with people running through the streets, debris raining down, rescue workers risking their lives to help the victims. The police presence, by the way, was very strong and we weren't sure if there was a special reason for that or if that was the case every day.
After reflecting for a while and absorbing the incomprehensible nature of that tragedy we walked south on Liberty Street into Battery Park. Lots of African entrepreneurs were around with suitcases and bags full of merchandise and it seems they were very careful not to be seen by the police. We had a beautiful view across the bay towards the statue of liberty and proceeded to our next destination - the Staten Island Ferry terminal, where our next adventure began...
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