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151. Menorcan Jewellery and the Artists Who Make It
January 11, 2019


Though Menorca may be tiny – only about half the size of the Isle of Wight – it casts a long shadow in the artistic and cultural arena. Despite centuries of occupation by imperial powers, it has cultivated a style and aesthetic all of its own. Visitors to the island today will find an active and thriving contemporary jewellery scene, featuring truly remarkable pieces only to be seen in this unique place. If you’re travelling to the Balearics and staying at a Menorca villa, you may be interested in having a look about town and a browse through the jewellery workshops and markets. In the p... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

152. Unlock the Prehistoric Secrets of Torre d'en Galmés
January 11, 2019


Menorca is an island rich in historical treasures, and you'll be able to discover many of them if you stay in one of the villas in San Jaime. Inhabited for many centuries, the island boasts a plethora of ancient towns and treasures and, in fact, the history is one of the reasons many people choose to visit Menorca. Often you will be able to see these historic sites without having to share them with too many other tourists, which makes them even more appealing. One of the best historical sites on the island is Torre d'en Galmés. Here is a bit of background information on this important sit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

153. The Fascinating History Behind Menorca's National Day
January 11, 2019


holiday to Menorca.">Most countries that fought for their independence celebrate the day they achieved it on their national day. Some countries, such as Menorca, however, choose the day they were invaded instead as a time to celebrate. Peter Arrives The island of Menorca was once a place where people of the two main religions, Christian and Muslim, cohabited in peace and harmony. It was an independent Islamic state from 1234 to 1282 and ruled by Abu Uthman, even though it was a branch of the rule of King James I of Aragon. Soon after the son of Abu Uthman, Abu Omar, came to power, th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

154. Painting Menorca: The Life and Art of Manel Anoro
January 11, 2019


A holiday in Menorca is a journey into a picturesque paradise. With its shimmering beaches, lush tropical landscapes and charming villages full of whitewashed churches and red-roofed houses, it has inspired many who flock to its sandy shores. One artist, Manel Anoro, was so taken aback with this jewel of an island that he established a studio here, where he has worked to capture the vibrancy and energy of its land and its people. Background Born in Barcelona in 1945, Manel Anoro was brought up in his mother’s dressmaking shop. Surrounded by piles of fabric scraps of different shapes,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

155. Exploring the Sights Around Alaior, Menorca
January 11, 2019


Many international tourists spend a few weeks of their summer in Menorca – and that's no surprise, considering the island’s rich natural beauty and distinctly Mediterranean lifestyle. Visiting the municipality of Alaior is a particularly popular choice, and there is a lot on offer in and around this region. Son Bou – The beach of Son Bou is one of the most important reasons why the entire area around Alaior has become such a hotspot for tourism. With over three kilometres of smooth golden sand, it is the single longest stretch of land on the island – and many say the most beautiful. Vario... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

156. How General Francisco Franco Kept Menorca Unspoiled
January 11, 2019


The smallest and least developed of the Balearic Islands, Menorca may seem like the shy, quiet cousin of its larger and more popular neighbours. However, natives and visitors alike know that this is in many ways a blessing: away from the intensely manicured golf courses and sprawling hotel complexes of Mallorca, as well as the throbbing nightclubs of Ibiza, Menorca is quiet, pristine, and unspoiled by mass tourism. Oddly enough, many believe that the island owes its untouched beauty and well-preserved cultural traditions to an unlikely person: General Francisco Franco. The Spanish C... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

157. 3 Key Historical Sites Around Son Bou
January 11, 2019


Renting out villas in San Jaime is a popular choice for tourists visiting Menorca, partially because of how close they are to the fantastic sandy beaches of Son Bou. Yet it is also worth noting that this region has a lot of history and you shouldn't miss the opportunity to learn more about its fascinating past. To help you do this, these three sites are easily accessible from Son Bou. Torre d’en Gaumes The Talaiotic culture once called Menorca home, and their legacy can be found in the various megolith structures that look like large, oversized tables – talaiots – that are sca... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

158. Celebrate Summer in Fornells with Fiesta de Sant Antoni
January 11, 2019


Perfectly situated on a sheltered bay on the north coast of Menorca, Fornells may seem like a quiet fishing village. But, every summer, this small yet vibrant community comes together to celebrate the town’s patron saint in a lively fiesta. For newcomers to this island, renting a villa in Fornells is the best way to make sure you don’t miss any of the fun. Sant Antoni Abat Born in the third century AD, Sant Antoni Abat (more commonly known to English speakers as Saint Anthony Abbot, or Saint Anthony the Great) was an Egyptian hermit, considered by many today to be the father of Chri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

159. Great cars and cheap deals at Maui car Rentals
January 11, 2019


There is nothing better than the stunning Scenery of the Maui Island and a car ride is the best way to experience it. Maui car rental has been in the business for long time now with great choices of cars and their affordable prices. We have sorted some great deals for you on Budget car rental service in Maui that are unforgettable and in demand. If you are travelling to Maui and do not know how to plan your trip around, we are here to provide you with exceptional car rental services that will make it a sensational adventure in the Island. Why you should Maui Car rental services? ... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

160. Experience the beauty of Hawaii with cheap and affordable quality car rentals
January 11, 2019


The second you land in Hawaii you will see why it is compared with the beauty of paradise. One look at the sugary beaches, the volcanoes, and the technicolor coral reefs will be enough to stir your adventurous spirits. In the middle of the Pacific, Hawaii is floating all by itself without a care in the world. Hawaii has its distinct identity that is separate from the USA. The island style, everyday life in Hawaii is tempting to one and all. If you are planning to enjoy a casual, low key, easy going holiday that is bursting with fun and aloha then this is the place for you. It doesn't mat... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

161. Visit the USA on a Disneyland Paris School Trip
January 10, 2019


Disneyland Paris might only be a hop, skip and jump across the water but, just because it isn’t in the USA, doesn’t mean that it lacks any of the original Disney excitement and attractions. In fact, there are two sections in the Paris Park that are dedicated to American themes. Both offer a cultural and historical insight into different aspects of American life and are major highlights of Disneyland Paris. School trips here benefit from the combination of an enlightening educational experience and a relaxing fun-filled time outside the classroom. Main Street, USA Bringing small town ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

162. Take Your Art Students to the Eiffel Tower on a School Trip to Paris
January 10, 2019


From the very moment that the Eiffel Tower was built no one could deny its attraction. Not only did it symbolise modernity and stand as a piece of art that was considered ‘before its time’, it soon became a monument that represented the capital city and was recognised the world over. Teachers taking students on a school trip to Paris are more than likely to include a visit to the Eiffel Tower. However, for art students in particular, a visit here can open up a whole world of discussion and learning. Artists, from painters and singers to poets and photographers, have been inspired throughout th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

163. Introduce Your Students to Iconic France on a School Trip to Paris
January 10, 2019


Ahh, gay Paree. France’s capital is known for its food, fashion, culture and art, making it a diverse and exciting destination for teachers of many different disciplines to bring their students. However, if the members of your class have never been to the City of Lights before, it can be hard to know where to start – which is why I say begin at the beginning. What I mean by this is it’s important to build a base of Parisian history – after all, the famous sites are well-known for a reason, and students who have never been to the city before are sure to want to tick them off their bucket l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

164. Why You Should Hire An Local Packers And Movers Services
January 08, 2019


Many of us have moved out from one location to other location for various reasons like jobs change, locality not suitable, convenience and many other reasons. If you have family and huge things to shift from your location to other, this literally can take your heart out. Most of the time it’s better to take help from professionals who can do the job for you and it’s the cheaper & most convenient way to shift from one location to other. What’s the necessity of Packers And Movers? Firstly, It’s a cheaper way and can be done in one shot, rather than moving from current location to new l... (read more)

Author: John Edward

165. Three Questions To Answer Before Looking For Lodging In Bay Area Houston
January 04, 2019


Looking for the ideal lodging Bay Area Houston that best suits you and your family may seem like an impossible task at the start. You’re wrestling with the magnitude involved in the size of the area that is Bay Area Houston and, of course, the ability to get everyone in your family on the same page. Without a proper plan of action, being able to decide the right lodging for your next Bay Area Houston adventure may be a bust. So, where do you start? Truth be told, the best way to start looking for killer Bay Area lodging is to start asking questions. Sometimes the right question can l... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

166. What Every Couple Should Know Before Their First B And B Stay
January 04, 2019


It’s a new year, and with the dawn of a fresh calendar comes the desire to set goals for the next 365 days. For many couples, the goal for the year is to amp things up in the romance department, and there’s no better way to do this than to check out a cute B and B. You get a little bit of everything in a short trip, and best of all, you get a chance to get away from the noise that can sometimes frazzle even the strongest of relationships. But if you’ve never been to a B and B, all you have to go on is what you’ve seen in TV and movies, or what you read as you look for the right place to s... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

167. 9 Items needed for bagpacking
December 30, 2018


Here are nine examples of multipurpose backpacking Equipment: 1. Smart Phone: Cell phone, camera, GPS, music/audiobook participant, recording apparatus, journal. 2. Pot: Can act as a bowl, cup, washing machine and re-hydrating container for the ones that are going stoveless. 3. Condom: The older Johnny bag. In addition to the obvious, connies may also be utilized as an emergency water holder (as many as 2 liters) in case one of your bottles develops a leak. 4. Duct Tape: Can be used rather than adhesive strips or moleskin. Great for gear repairs. 5. Trekking Poles: Can... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

168. Trekking is Healthy for you
December 30, 2018


Oh my God, it's just unbelievable!" I first spoke these words when I trekked to Kanchenjunga in 2010 and that I speak them every time I venture back into the hills. But I am still not very sure what it is that amazes and delights me every time I go trekking. The greatest mountain scenery on the planet is a great start, but I am aware that it is far, far more than that; it's something about the people I meet when I am at the Himalaya. It may sound a little corny, but I feel that the Himalaya is where I became a man. Not in the guy vs Wild manner, but in which I learnt respect, endurance, t... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

169. Grand Palladium Jamaica Private Transportaton
December 23, 2018


Grand Palladium Jamaica is one of the top resorts on the island. Situated between Montego Bay and Negril, the Grand Palladium is at a super location. It is only forty-five minutes away from the airport making it very accessible. Best Jamaica the most guest centric Tour company on the island offers top quality airport transfer to the Grand Palladium like no one else. Best Jamaica has managed to merged super rates and top quality service which is to the delight of our guests and the discombobulation of our competitors. The Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa is one of the bigges... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

170. How to Find the Best Bed and Breakfast in Bay Area Houston
December 22, 2018


Is your spouse or significant other hounding you to take them on a romantic escape from the stresses of their day to day lives? Are you long overdue for a relaxing adventure or vacation away from home? Between work and family, it is not always practical to take some time off to plan a vacation or weekend adventure, but spending time together in a new place can help you relax and reconnect with your loved ones. Staying at a nice lodge or cabin for a quiet night inside may be all you need. Here is how to find the best bed and breakfast in Bay Area Houston. 1. Stick to a Budget Going o... (read more)

Author: Christopher Rivera

171. History, Religion and Culture at Llucmajor in Mallorca
December 19, 2018


Head to the bottom of Mallorca’s Randa Hills, and you’ll discover a wealth of history, heritage and culture. Llucmajor, a stunningly picturesque little town, is filled with stories and legends and a holiday here is the ideal spot to begin to explore the tale of Mallorca’s past. Llucmajor is an immensely popular site for visitors from all over the world, with the area having played host to the Phoenicians, Greeks and Carthaginians, and plenty in between, too. Sant Bonaventura A trip to this Mallorca resort simply wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Sant Bonaventura. The se... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

172. Family Friendly Fun at the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Mogan
December 19, 2018


What finer way to enjoy a resort in the Canaries than to stay at a wonderful and highly-rated hotel which comes with excellent reviews from other visitors. Gran Canaria is home to the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Mogan, which is ideal for a family-friendly vacation, offering a little something for everyone. Located in Puerto de Mogan, this Radisson hotel will not leave you disappointed. It’s perfect for a holiday with children, with plenty to keep you and the little ones entertained throughout the whole of your trip. Family Rooms at the Radisson The accommodation at this hotel is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

173. Flying Solo in La Palma: Cosy and Charming Accommodation
December 19, 2018


La Palma is quite simply one of the best destinations to choose for a Canary Island holiday. A spot of unspoilt natural beauty, the luscious landscape and wonderful night-time ambience of La Palma makes it the perfect place for globetrotters and solo travellers. This tranquil destination is the ideal place to go for some quiet contemplation among beautiful vistas and amidst an inviting atmosphere. With an impressive range of charming hotels from which to choose, you can find the ideal spot to suit your needs. Here are three of the loveliest small hotels, ideal for a globetrotting getaway... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

174. Awesome Alaska: Luxury Travel in Stunning Surroundings
December 19, 2018


Alaska is undoubtedly one of the world’s most remarkable and aesthetically gorgeous destinations for any traveller or adventurer. Steeped in history, Alaska has been forged over the course of many years and showcases some exquisite natural features. It has been said that most travellers embarking on a cruise holiday tend to opt for sunnier destinations, but with new luxury vessels travelling to chillier climes, this is not always the case. Alaska’s stunning landscape and delightful atmosphere make it the perfect place to enjoy one of the escorted tours on offer. Cruising is a relax... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

175. Wild and Wonderful: Canada's Wildlife and Where to Find It
December 19, 2018


Canada’s remarkable wildlife never fails to astound even the most well-travelled nature enthusiasts. If you’re looking to discover interesting species up close, a Canada holiday will introduce you to a beautiful, vast landscape home to many recognisable creatures – as well as some less familiar ones. Visitors can enjoy whale watching in Victoria, explore the wilderness of Vancouver Island and admire the beautiful Tofino’s Pacific Rim National Park – Canadian holidays leave few nature and animal lovers disappointed. Wet and Wild: Marine Life Victoria will make an excellent firs... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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