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1. The Mysterious Cross of Chioggia’s San Domenico Church
March 21, 2018

The Venetian lagoon with its scattering of idyllic islands, each with their own secrets and histories to share, makes an ideal stop off on some of the best Po River cruises. Italy is rightfully proud of the region’s rich cultural history so don’t make the mistake of overlooking Venice’s islands. These provide a fascinating insight into the medieval world in which the city was created. The tiny island of Chioggia, in the southern end of the lagoon, is no exception. Traditionally an island of fishermen, fishing is still a major part of the tiny port’s business today. Many of the island’s b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Take a Peek at Venice's Operatic Past
March 21, 2018

Italian river cruises offer a truly unique way to see this beautiful country and to discover its fascinating musical past. A trip to Venice by boat could give you the chance to explore the maritime city’s role in the history of opera and to visit the theatres which first brought this new art form to the people of the day. While most people know that opera originated in Florence at the end of the sixteenth century, few realise the important role Venice played in establishing the theatrical tradition in the hearts of the Italian people. A centre for trade, attracting a wide cosmopolit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Plague and Paintings: Venice's Chiesa del Redentore
March 21, 2018

There are so many wonderful sights to discover on one of our Italian river cruises. Italy is a land of culture, history and water, and nowhere is this more true than in the city on the lagoon. A luxury cruise that passes through the Venetian lagoon will give you the opportunity to meander by foot alongside the city’s waterways and take in all its glorious sights. It’s definitely worth stepping ashore to take a closer look at some of its medieval treasures like the fascinating Chiesa del Redentore. Surviving the Plague Set in the south of Venice, in the Giudecca region of the city, th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 5 Films to Get You in the Mood for Your Italian River Cruise
March 21, 2018

There is nothing that will get you so in the mood for the sights and sounds of Italy, before your next Italian river cruise, as losing yourself in the wonderful scenes of some of the country’s most iconic movies. From the steamy sultriness of Rome in the swinging Sixties in La Dolce Vita to the culture clash of British reserve with Italian passion in A Room With a View, these films will bring alive the sights and sounds of Italy. And that’s without even leaving your living room. Life is Beautiful (La Vita e Bella) Italy is the stunning backdrop for Roberto Benigni’s Oscar-winning fil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Embrace Spring with a Relaxing European Barge Cruise
March 21, 2018

Spring is a wonderful time of year, and there is no better way to embrace the change from dreary winter to fresh spring than to take a lovely barge cruise through some of the most fecund European countries. These types of holiday will provide plenty of much-needed sunshine and fresh air whilst featuring some of the most beautiful parts of the continent in full bloom. Europe has many stunning areas to discover by barge that will delight and invigorate visitors, but here are a few of the best places to consider: Italy Italian waterway cruises during spring are a brilliant way to see th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Discover Ireland's beautiful Castles on a Peaceful Barge Cruise
March 21, 2018

The Republic of Ireland is home to many of the most impressive castles in all Europe, and there is no better way to see these amazing fortresses than by boarding a barge cruise that travels along the River Shannon (the longest river in Ireland). Meandering through the heart of Ireland, a cruise will slowly reveal the great beauty of the country and allow you to hop off at numerous weird and wonderful strongholds along the way. Portumna Nestled at the northern point of Lough Derg, this beautiful castle in County Galway was inhabited by the de Burgo family for over two centuries. Fire ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Inspire Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs with an Educational Trip to London
March 20, 2018

Looking to inspire your business studies class and show them that your teachings apply directly to the real world? A trip to the Capital is a fantastic way to expose pupils to the fast-paced, high-flying corporate world, as London is the financial epicentre of the UK and a key player in the global business market. An educational trip to London can provide invaluable insights into how successful busi-nesses operate and bring the curriculum of your class to life. If you’re looking for inspira-tion, here are a few of the most valuable London-based institutions to take students to on an educa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Top 10 Reasons for a Family Holiday in Les Menuires
March 20, 2018

Les Menuires ski breaks, as well as holidays in the Three Valleys, Paradiski, Espace Killy and Chamonix Valley, Ski Amis is the go-to company for winter sports fans looking for the experience of a lifetime. ">If you dream of taking the family on a ski holiday to the Three Valleys, but are worried about the expense then I have good news: alongside the resorts of Méribel, Courchevel and Val Thorens, is the much more reasonably priced Les Menuires. Ski holidays to this lesser known Three Valleys resort are not only cheaper than staying in the neighbouring villages, they are also enhanced by the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Super Ski Lessons for Little Superstars in Les Menuires
March 20, 2018

Winner of the 2015 World Snow Award for ‘Family Resort of the Year’, Les Menuires really has put a lot of time and thought into making itself the perfect family winter sports destination. With tonnes of activities in addition the ideal beginner-level skiing, Les Menuires is a snowy wonderland for children and parents alike. From a roller-coaster sledge ride to night-time tobogganing, igloo-building, weekly fireworks and a kids course for timed skiing, Les Menuires has so many snow-based activities that your children will come home exhausted from all the fun. But while activities are great... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Salute the Slopes in Les Menuires
March 20, 2018

If you are looking for an indulgent mountain break, during which you can enjoy some sumptuous spa and wellbeing action alongside your skiing, Les Menuires’ Yogi Ski Week could be the answer. Perfect for a romantic getaway, you can improve your spirit, body and mind in the mountains in the heart of the extensive Three Valleys winter sports area. The Resort You may not have heard of Les Menuires but if you are keen on winter sports, love French fine-dining restaurants and exclusive world-class spas, then you really should have. Set in the heart of the Three Valley’s 600km of pistes, ju... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Everyone's a Winner at the 3 Vallées Enduro
March 20, 2018

If, like me, you’ve been inspired by the high-octane excitement of the Winter Olympics in Pyeong Chang then why not become part of the action at the Three Valley’s Enduro race day. Anyone skiing in Les Menuires, or any of the other major Three Valley resorts, on April 1st is welcome to enrol in the activities which span the entire 600km ski area. Discover Les Menuires The friendly, reasonably-priced resort of Les Menuires is a great base for exploring the extensive Les Trois Vallées region with its excellent skiing. Set at 1850m (higher than Méribel and at the same level as Courcheve... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. A Night to Remember in Les Menuires
March 20, 2018

So you love winter sports, you love the exhilaration of speeding through the mountains on the most challenging slopes you can find (on or off piste) but have you ever thought about taking that adrenalin rush a step further? How about taking on the pistes you love at night… in the dark? Night skiing is becoming increasingly popular in Europe with many resorts installing floodlighting to some of the slopes to offer a night time winter sports experiences. Sound tempting? Well, for those skiing in Les Menuires this season, night skiing could be a reality as the resort has introduced floodligh... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Wine and Dine in Fine Faro Style
March 20, 2018

Faro airport transfers, Lu-kas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely. ">The beautiful town of Faro in the sunny Algarve is a destination that is bursting with cul-ture and history. It has Portuguese charm in spades, but it is also a lot more peaceful and relaxing than some of the other nearby towns. This makes it a wonderful spot for a relaxing holiday with more substance than simply a sun and sea getaway – although there is plenty of that too! This town is often overlooked by holidaymakers, which makes it the Algarve’s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Hortus Botanicus: An Ancient Oasis in Amsterdam
March 20, 2018

The wonderful city of Amsterdam famously has a world of culture to explore. It is one of Europe’s most progressive and important cities, moulded by liberalism and tolerance. Unsurprisingly the fascinating and fun culture attracts people from all around the world, so sometimes you will feel the need to escape the crowds and take a breath. Fortunately there are many excellent places to do this here, including the fabulous Hortus Botanicus where you can also soak up some culture and history at the same time. Hortus Botanicus is a beautiful botanical garden located in the centre of the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Explore Amsterdam's Quirky Alternatives
March 20, 2018

In my humble opinion, Amsterdam is one of the best places for a young, independent traveller to visit, thanks to its treasure trove of cool attractions, fun nightlife and impres-sive art. It is also incredibly easy to explore on foot, and simply strolling through the fairy-tale-esque streets and soaking up the atmosphere is a highly enjoyable experience. It is a destination that’s well-suited to those who prefer quirky attractions, as opposed to tourist traps. Here’s an overview of some of the cool, unusual and intriguing attractions to discover. Cafe Sound Garden This alternative pu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. 5 Top-Notch Terrain Parks for Snowy Shenanigans
March 20, 2018

If you’re one to seek out adrenaline-fuelled activities, visiting a terrain park is the perfect activity for you. Whether you’re a skier or snowboarder, spending some time in one of the best terrain parks in the world is bound to get your heart rate up. If you’re deciding where to go on your snow adventure, here are some of the world’s best. Echo Mountain Park, Colorado, USA If you’re looking for a more relaxed atmosphere than a ski resort, head to Echo Mountain Park. This spot is made up of 70% terrain park and whilst it might not host the biggest slopes in the USA, it’s a perfect ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Light Up your Life: Best Places to See the Northern Lights
March 20, 2018

It is said that the Northern Lights are where the angels in the sky dance, and Man is able to see them move. The night sky lights up as ripples and rays of light shine with an eerie and fascinating glow to produce the greatest show on Earth. Of course there is a scientific explanation for what causes the sky to light up with the bright dancing lights of a pale green hue. According to the boffins, the lights are produced when particles in the Earth’s atmosphere collide with particles released from the Sun’s atmosphere. Keeping aside the science behind the magic that is the Northern Lights, this... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Top Tricks & Tips for Mastering Business Travel
March 20, 2018

Many jobs nowadays involve travelling for business. Travelling for work can be stressful at times, but there are some ways to make the experience a lot more enjoyable. The following tips and tricks will help make your travels as easy and stress-free as possible. Have a Semi-Packed Suitcase Handy Packing and unpacking your suitcase every time you travel is hard work, and if you are away regularly, it is also unnecessary. Keeping a semi-packed suitcase ready at all times makes preparing for a trip a whole lot easier. Keep your essentials, such as toiletries, in there – this will minim... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Guwahati International Airport design unveiled
March 20, 2018

The new international terminal building for the Guwahati airport designed by Design Forum International along with a team of 15 design and consulting firms curates a series of moments and experiences for the travellers... At the altar of the land of the mighty Brahmaputra and Maa Kamakhya Devi, the new Integrated Terminal Building at Guwahati International Airport goes beyond the required complex functional demands of the aviation industry and creates an experience full of marvel and moments of fascination for every traveller. A sense of awe and wonder takes over, as the form of the ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. Know whether the Vacation Rentals are Right for you or not
March 20, 2018

Not just for family vacations at the riverside but among independent travelers as well vacation rental homes are gaining popularity. For families, to get more bangs for your penny a vacation rental is an easy way— as compared to a hotel room at a lower price than a rental home will almost always yield more space. A rental in jasper ar can help you do just that if you’re a tourist who wants to feel like a local on your next trip abroad. And renting could be your chance to discover what it really feels like to live in a riverside cabin if you’re looking to convert fantasy into reality. ... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

21. Top Tips for Buying Your First Snowboard
March 20, 2018

The journey of every snowboarder includes the exciting step from renting to owning your own snowboard. Once your passion for the sport grows and your participation is so regular that owning your own snowboard is the only option, it is finally time to pick one out. This can be quite a stressful process; after all, knowing what to look for is not always clear, especially for those who have not bought their own snow gear before. With these handy tips, you will be able to walk confidently into any winter sports shop in the world and pick out your ideal beginner’s board. Look for Versatile Boa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Tech on the Open Road - Essentials for Your Next Road Trip
March 20, 2018

Taking a wrong turn and ending up somewhere odd and unfamiliar is a feature of all good road trips. It’s not quite the same, after all, if you get from A to B without a bit on unscheduled excitement. However, some aspects of the road trip – such as cold hands and warm drinks – are things that, in 2018, you can certainly do without! Luckily for you, technology companies around the world have come up with nifty gadgets ranging from essential companions to luxury indulgences, all designed to make the road trip more enjoyable without sacrificing its adventurous core. Essentials Rel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Rent a Car to Make Your Trip Convenient
March 20, 2018

Whenever you want a trip, then your first priority would be to experience the bliss of serenity and tranquility. Life is busy enough for everyone and also a trip is aimed at finding relief from your daily strenuous program; otherwise there is no point. Whenever you are traveling to a distant land, you've got two options for commuting. Either you can opt to use the public transport or you can rent a car. Both have their own merits and demerits if compared casually. But a comprehensive research will inform you something different. Usually people will tell you that using public transpor... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

24. Tesla HGV: Is This the Future?
March 19, 2018

You probably remember the buzz around Tesla last autumn, which is when the company announced its prototype electric heavy goods vehicle that would make delivery work more environmentally friendly. With production beginning in 2019 and many UK haulage companies pre-ordering these vehicles, it’s best to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of Tesla’s battery-powered trucks. You might be behind the wheel of one of these lorries sooner than you think! How Well Does It Perform? When carrying out delivery work, one of the biggest concerns is staying on schedule. With that in mi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Key Experts Share Key Skills for 2018
March 19, 2018

With an anticipated 45,000 skilled driver deficit looming in the not so distant future, the potential impact on the transportation industry at all levels must be addressed now. Whether you are an independent owner driver or the HR manager of a large fleet, the massive changes ahead caused by Brexit will likely be felt soon. However, although this issue can be seen as an industry-wide headache, it also has the potential to be beneficial and quite lucrative if tackled correctly. Key experts from a variety of fields are recommending a more creative approach to encouraging, training and retaining ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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