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1. Making your paddle boarding experience enjoyable
May 07, 2021


Have you been contemplating about your paddle board adventure for a long time but without taking things forward? If yes then you need to act right away so that you could claim your share of fun paddle boarding. First invest in a good stand up paddle board. Once you have the paddle board then it is a matter of planning your paddle board experience. Take your time to review as many paddle board stores as possible and purchase from the most trusted store because the quality of your paddle boarding experience will depend greatly on the quality of the paddle board. If you happen to sacrifice on qua... (read more)

Author: Greccy Charls

2. How to judge the quality of aluminum veneer
February 03, 2021


     First, look Identified by observing and touching the surface of the aluminum veneer material and the inner and outer layers. 1. The words on the surface of genuine aluminum veneer materials are generally printed with imported inkjet codes, and the writing is clear, and the general labels such as trademark identification, manufacturer, address and even telephone are all clear and true; fake and inferior aluminum veneer materials are mostly used for surface writing Printed by ordinary printers, the handwriting is illegible, and the manufacturer, logo, etc. are generally... (read more)

Author: espow bob

3. Highlights of Barge Cruises in France’s Picardy Region
January 18, 2021


Picardy is a stunning and often overlooked region in the north of France. It lies between Paris and Belgium and is a fascinating region to explore on barge cruises in France. Home to some incredible chateaux and cathedrals made famous by film and TV productions, this area was also the location of the famous Somme Offensive, in WWI. Many museums and memorials in Picardy are dedicated to reminding visitors of the atrocities that occurred during this, one of the First World War's bloodiest battles. Despite its sombre past, the region is home to a plethora of stunning monuments and architect... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Barge Cruises in France: Why Should You Choose One?
January 18, 2021


If you have decided that you want to explore the lesser known parts of France but are keen to avoid spending your holiday behind the wheel of a car, then a canal holiday could be just what you’re looking for. There is no doubt that French cities hold a huge amount of cultural appeal, but for a real taste of French life and an open gateway to the less trodden countryside paths, exploring by water is the way to go. The relaxed, steady pace of the journey offers the perfect opportunity to experience all that this marvellous country has to offer, from the scenery and culture to the exceptional foo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Autun: Don’t Miss this Hidden Gem on your Barge Trip in France
December 11, 2020


Autun is a delightful town in the Saône-et-Loire department of Burgundy and, despite its low-key ambiance, it was once one of the most important Roman cities. On any barge cruise in France that takes you through southern Burgundy, a few hours exploring this charming spot should definitely be on the agenda. Introduction In terms of reputation, size and cultural appeal, Autun pales in significance to the likes of Paris, Lyon and Dijon but, to give it its due, it is listed as one of fewer than 100 important historic places in the country. It is also classified as an official French Town... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. What to Expect on a Barge Cruise in France
December 11, 2020


A barge cruise in France offers an idyllic way to travel through any of the country’s regions without the worry of transport and logistics. Barge holidays are designed to offer luxury living and elegant travel at a relaxing pace, but also the option of cultural visits and the chance to see some of the less tourist trodden parts of the country. For any first timer needing some convincing when it comes to a barge cruise in France, here is a taste of what you can expect from life onboard. Unique Ambiance When you book your vessel you will find that each one is small enough to accommoda... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Dishes to Try on a Barge Cruise in France’s Strasbourg
December 11, 2020


Strasbourg is a highlight of any barge cruise in France that takes in the stunning, and often overlooked, regions of Alsace and Lorraine. Sitting at the crossroads of western and central Europe, this city is bursting with a rich and intricate history, is home to an incredible array of architecture, and is proud of its strong cultural traditions. Perhaps not the first city that comes to mind when you think of culinary delights, Strasbourg should not be dismissed if you are a self-confessed foodie. Known as one of the most unique gastronomic destinations in Europe, it draws its influence f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. How to Add Festive Flair to Your Website for the Holidays
November 19, 2020


8 Simple Seasonal Website Branding Tips Are you decking out your home with holly, stringing lights on your porch and setting up Santa in your front yard? For many people, it’s time to start celebrating the most wonderful time of the year. While you’re doing that, don’t forget to give your business website a makeover! Seasonal website branding is an ideal way to showcase your small business and put people in a festive shopping mood. I’ve been sharing content on how COVID-19 will impact shopping this year. So now I’d like to focus on something more fun: 8 ways you can a... (read more)

Author: Susan Friesen

9. Explore the Loire Chateaux on a Barge Holiday in France
March 19, 2020


Ahhh, the Chateaux of the Loire Valley - dreamy, enchanting, elegant and, some might say, the stuff of fairytales. Built along the River Loire, the chateaux are ideally situated for visiting when on a barge holiday in France. A UNESCO site since 2000, this area that stretches from Sully-sur-Loire to Chalonnes was once home to the influential kings of the Renaissance. It is a tricky task to rate these castles, as they are all unique and each one has its own majestic appeal; but here we’ve put together our favourites, all of which are wonderful places to visit on a barge holiday in France’s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. A Barge Holiday in Frances Bordeaux: ‘Eat Well and Drink Better
March 19, 2020


A barge holiday in France has got to be one of the most relaxing and gratifying ways to explore our continental neighbouring country. If you relish the idea of a luxury holiday that gives you the opportunity to travel at a leisurely pace, soak up the local culture, and indulge in wonderful food and great wine, then a barge holiday in France might be just what you’re looking for. France is one of the most famous countries in the world when it comes to producing wine, and the Bordeaux region in the south west epitomises all that is great about the vintages the country produces. Famous for ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. 5 White Water Rafting Trip Safety Tips To Know
January 09, 2020


Since many love to experience the thrill of the river remember that this is an activity that thrill seekers adore since it lets them feed their craving for enjoyable and dangerous situations. If you plan to venture out on a white water rafting trip, equip yourself with some knowledge of security procedures for this activity. You can make sure that your pleasure on the river is as safe as you can In that way. 1. Know your Skills - River rafting trips can be fun. So white water rafting will be most interesting and enjoyable game that makes you happy. However, if you try to ride if... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

12. Historical Stop Overs Along the River Marne
October 23, 2018


If you want to spend your holiday immersed in the fascinating history and culture of a region, then look no further than French river cruises in the Marne Valley. This article will reveal just three of the incredible historical sites you’ll visit on a cruise on the Marne. Reims Cathedral This impressive Gothic monument is visited by millions of tourists every year. However, you are unlikely to feel cramped within its towering stone walls. The building has a rich history dating back to the 1200s and the town of Reims itself has been an important city since Classical Antiquity. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. French River Cruise Highlights on the Loire
October 23, 2018


A gentle jaunt along the waterways of France is a great way to experience some of the country’s cultural highlights. To whet your appetite, this article will describe just a few of the heritage sites you will encounter. The best French river cruises in the country are bound to include visits to the following places. Châteaux of Chenonceau, Amboise and Clos Lucé The Loire Valley is renowned for its incredible châteaux. These three should be at the top of your to-visit list as they ooze French elegance and bring to life the region’s fascinating past. • Chenonceau Of all... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Exploring the North of France by River Boat
October 23, 2018


The best French river cruises take place in regions full of historical significance. This means there is plenty to see and do without travelling too far. Here are just three of the highlights of a cruise that takes place where the River Oise joins the River Seine. There is something a little magical about the place where two rivers meet, and this is no exception. The area inspired generations of artists and will inspire you too. Auvers sur Oise The idyllic town of Auvers sur Oise casts its gentle spell over many of the visitors who roam its charming streets today. However, it is most... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. The First Time Angler's Guide To Fish Bay Area Houston
October 18, 2018


Choosing to fish Bay Area Houston (BAH) means you’re a serious fan of fishing. For those not in the know, Bay Area Houston (BAH) is a part of Texas that encompasses the area between Houston & Galveston. Bay Area Houston thrives on its proximity to Galveston Bay & the Gulf of Mexico, boasting nearly forty miles of coastline that contribute greatly to the economic success of the region. Anglers in the know understand that the area has a lot going on in terms of its fishing scene, and for those interested in getting in on the action, it’s time to pull back the curtain a bit regarding what ma... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

16. Free Stock Trading App in Asia
October 05, 2018


The Money Pouch's Free Wealth Management App recently ranked in the top 3 roboadvisers in Asia in the Business to Consumer (B2C) section of Kaplan's Capital's report in 2018. The Money Pouch is an offshore roboadviser capable of trading shares of ETFs automatically on a client's behalf. The aim is to deliver, stable, consistent returns over a 5 - 10 year horizon. There are many successful roboadvisers in the US market such as Betterment.com and Wealthfront.com, but there is much less choice for the markets in Asia. The Money Pouch can help people who don't want to be locked into lon... (read more)

Author: Lein West

17. Fishing Trips in Mallorca for Active Family Holidays
September 20, 2018


The Balearic Island getaway of Mallorca is host to a raft of fantastic active family holiday opportunities, most of which are suitable for the youngest ages all the way into the teens. Not only is there fabulous weather, great beaches and deep history, but also lots of well organised tourist activities designed to give the more adventurous explorers a good time. But one lesser-known activity you may not have considered for your family holiday is fishing. That’s right – fishing! It’s ideal for some quiet contemplation for the parents, and it’s also an easy hobby for children to pick up and... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Choosing the best fishing guide
August 20, 2018


If you are looking to do some inshore fishing then it is necessary to find a guide who is licensed, knows the area well, and has a boat! It is necessary for them to have a boat large enough to take you and your group out. A boat that fits at least 6 is essential. A licensed guide is essential not only for the purposes of accreditation but also for their innate mastery of all things fishing, and safety, should a problem arise. They will be licensed and knowledgeable about the specific region in which you are fishing. And they need to know the area well. That way you have an experienced guide wh... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

19. Sand Ahoy: Top Sand Yachting Destinations in France
August 17, 2018


Unusual travel experiences are becoming harder and harder to discover in our age of mass tourism, where everyone seems to have done everything. Luckily you’ve wandered across this article, which means you’re about to get the insider’s low-down on one of the newest fast-paced travel experiences known to man. You’ll have heard of bungee jumping and windsurfing, but have you ever heard of sand yachting? The sport was actually invented in the fifties but has only recently seen a surge in popularity. The vessel in question resembles a slim kayak affixed to three wheels with a large sail. Once ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Choosing a Guided Fishing Charter in Tampa Bay
June 14, 2018


Fishing is not a boring pastime passed down from generations. Many fishers find areas, such as off the gulf coast in Florida, to fish competitively. People compete to find the biggest fish they can, and some can be almost as tall as the person holding them! Especially when traveling, it can be difficult to locate the best spot to catch big and numerous fish. Hiring a guide can often be a fantastic help when fishing in a new place for the first time, or even when returning to a favorite fishing spot. A professional fisher who knows the area can always help to identify the most successful p... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

21. Passport Photo Workshop 3.0 has been released, a powerful but affordable passport photo software
April 24, 2017


Passport Photo Workshop Team Specialized in image editing software, today launched  Passport Photo Workshop 3.0, a professional passport photo, visa photo and photo identification making software . With this new version,  Passport Photo Workshop added lots of new features and changed the pricing model to make it more affordable to our users. “We have added a lot of new features to this new version, including:facial recognition for auto cropping, WiFi SD card, watch folder and digital camera supports for direct photo import, ISO/ICAO standard compiled passport photo template and layout edi... (read more)

Author: John Doe

22. Hotelsresorts.co.in Provides Excellent Choices for Resorts in Chamba
March 27, 2017


Travelers who wish to make their trip to Chamba a memorable one can consider the aforementioned website for accommodation details. Chamba resorts are known for their picturesque location and they are full of facilities that can make anyone’s stay comfortable. Tourists can book their rooms online and learn about the area in detail using this platform. Each tourist attraction is known for a specific aspect and Chamba is a mountain range near Tehri. People can enjoy the snow peaked Himalayas in all their glory. In order to do so, they need to stay in a place that is located in a viable place... (read more)

Author: John Doe

23. Look Out, Mergansers Passing Through
March 03, 2017


Daytime temperatures are starting to rise. Spring is returning to New England. Slowly but surely, the open water works its way back into the cove. As the ice line recedes, more and more water fowl start to visit again. This is certainly a great time on the lake, as hibernating species come back to life and many birds take flight starting their long migration north. One morning, as the fog clears, there are several pairs of common mergansers actively playing in the cove. Sure enough, two days later hooded mergansers join them. This time of year, both the common and hooded mergansers drop... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

24. Limpy the Mallard
January 08, 2017


Last spring a female mallard decided to turn our deck flower pot, tucked under an overhang, into her nursery. Nesting is a stressful and tiresome period for the female mallard, as she lays more than half her body weight in eggs. We counted 11 eggs in her clutch that were incubated for 28 days and then began hatching at 50-55 days. All but two successfully became little fuzzy yellow hatch-lings. Our mother mallard was remarkably patient during the nesting period, leaving only at dusk to meet her awaiting mate in our cove. Each evening they would swim off together and likely feed unti... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

25. Canaveral Fishing Charters Are Fun for the Entire Family
December 08, 2016


If you’re looking for something unique for the entire family to do next Saturday, why not take the kids on Canaveral fishing charters? This will give all of you a chance to enjoy the crystal blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and give your husband and whoever else wants to a chance to do some serious sports fishing. You can teach your kids a new activity, the ones that are old enough that is, and enjoy the sunshine and sea air all at the same time. Day Trips Professional charters can be booked for an entire day or just half of your Saturday or Sunday. If you only go out for half or t... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith



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