storify - gsal67 - Gmail Newsletter - Backpacking - Backpacking This week, my travel advice covers: Backpacking Accommodation Hostels aren’t the smelly dorm rooms they used to be. Or, rather, some are, but in today’s competitive market you’ll find hostels with a variety of rooms (12-bed down to singles), excellent facilities, wifi, games rooms and, most importantly, other travellers – the best resource while you’re on the road. Pre-Planning Travel planning can help or hurt you, depending how far you take it. Try not to make the mistake of setting a strict timeline; instead, focus on a loose plan to help you get the most out of your trip. Extreme flexibility beats extreme preparation any day! The only two things that you have to know for sure to begin your trip: what country you want to start with and when you want to go. When choosing your destinations, keep these things in mind: Seasonal Weather: Many tropical areas can have months of continuous rain. 6: Don’t forget your flip-flops; these really are an essential item when it comes to travelling.
Mi primer año en Red XXI: VIDEOS ABOUT UNIT 11 THE ECONOMY Páginas Este blog Acceso desde aquí Internet sábado, 2 de junio de 2012 Tengo el placer de presentaros los post publicados por los alumnos de 5ºA en la asignatura de Science. Estos posts han sido publicados en el blog de aula: Los alumnos han utilizado la herramienta de la web 2.0 para hacer sus propios diagramas o mapas conceptuales sobre la unidad 11 THE ECONOMY. Después han utilizado sus propios mapas conceptuales para construir un vídeo utilizando la web tool Más tarde lo han enviado a una asignación por EDMODO nuestra red social. Aquí os dejo con cada post hecho por cada alumno. Alejandro´s postAngy´s postAngela´s postJavier´s postInés´ postHéctor´s postJesus´ postJose Luis´ postAroa´s postAlaitz´s postPaula´s postLucia Guerra´s postSamuel´s postAdrián´s postÁngel´s postAlba´s postJudit´s postBelen´s postMarco´s postRodrigo´s post Publicado por Julián Sanz Mamolar en 1:40 1 comentario: Cargar más... Suscribirse a: Enviar comentarios (Atom)
Top 10 beaches in France – the experts' choice | Travel Best in Corsica: Porto-Pollo Jacqueline Mirtelli, France Tourism Development AgencyAs a native of the French Riviera, I am very keen on the sea. For me, Corsica is a true paradise for beaches and it's only a two-hour flight from London or Manchester. Between Propriano and Bonifacio in sunny southern Corsica is Porto-Pollo beach, a long white arch of sand in a bay sheltered by green hills. I have been lucky to go to the Seychelles and Mauritius and it's like that – OK, a little bit less wild! Snorkelling is a must as the water is crystal clear and filled with fish. • Hôtel Les Eucalyptus (hoteleucalyptus.com, doubles from €80) is 50m from the beach. Best Breton beach: Baie d'Audierne, Brittany Chosen by Wendy Mewes, author of Footprint BrittanyWith 2,000km of coastline you'll have more trouble avoiding Brittany's beaches than finding one. Best for diving: L'Ile de Riou, Marseille Best naturist: Euronat, Côte d'Argent, Aquitaine Best for motor homes and campervans: Plage de Ménéham, Brittany
Popplet | Collect, curate and share your ideas, inspirations, and projects! Yoxford Arts Festival VUVOX - slideshows, photo, video and music sharing, Myspace codes Ode to the Classic Bistro PARIS — It is a question I have come to dread: Can you recommend the perfect bistro? The reason it’s so hard to give my visiting friends a good answer is that the Paris bistro scene is in full transformation. And the trends are moving in contradictory, and worrisome, directions. On one hand, there’s a lot of really bad bistro food these days: dishes like onion soup and blanquette de veau that are mass-produced at large industrial sites, shipped to kitchens and reheated just before serving. If you’re not careful, you can end up paying serious money for a meal that was vacuum-packed or frozen just a few hours before. At the other extreme, there’s “bistronomy,” a movement among mostly younger chefs who are trying to update the tried-and-true classics using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Photo None of that for me. Good bistros are essential to this city and to me. Mr. Part of that spirit is the flexibility to give clients what they want when they want it. And then there’s the service.
QuizRevolution - Online Quizzes insertable para los Negocios y Diversión About the Ardagh | Clifden Connemara Hotel | Ardagh Hotel *** The Ardagh Hotel is a privately owned and managed boutique hotel with 20 modern and cosy rooms, an award-winning restaurant serving the finest locally caught seafood and Irish produce, and provides some of the most serene and stunning views of the Irish Atlantic and Connemara landscape. Your host and hostess at The Ardagh Hotel are Stéphane and Monique Bauvet. Recommended We’ve been featured in several guidebooks and travel websites, praised for our hospitality, comfort, and breathtaking views. An ideal location for a romantic getaway or weekend break, The Ardagh Hotel & Restaurant lies just 2 miles from the shops and pubs of lively Clifden Town, on a remote stretch of the enchanting Ardbear Bay and in the very heart of west Connemara. The Heart of Connemara The world-famous Connemara Championship Golf Links at Ballyconneely are a quick 15 minute drive away—we can arrange tee times and discounted greens fees for hotel residents.
Premium Economy Class Comparison Chart - SeatGuru You'll find information about Premium Economy and a sortable chart that can be used to compare Premium Economy seating among different airlines. Some airline carriers offer Premium Economy, a separate class of seating and service, that differs from standard Economy. Premium Economy is found mostly on international flights and, compared to standard Economy, offers about 5-7 inches of extra legroom as well as additional amenities, which can include: 1-2 extra inches of seat width 2-3 extra inches of seat recline Adjustable headrests, legrests, or lumbar support Larger personal TV screens Laptop Power Ports Premium Food Service While there are a number of factors that determine airline ticket prices, we priced out a number of trips on each of the airlines offering a Premium Economy service to give you a general idea of cost. Compared to booking standard Economy for flights over the Atlantic Ocean (i.e. A Premium Economy fare is generally 65% less expensive than a Business Class fare.