Archive for April, 2016

04.22
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Colombia Tourism

by yudaica2013 ·

The order has been delivered with all the semantic and epistemological apparatus military: ordered the Minister of communication and the PSUV a political plan to get our message of union to the Colombian people, because while respecting the sovereignty of Colombia, I have equal right to speak to Colombians, because enough attack us and then, trying to emulate Julio Cesarthat he decided to pass through del rio Ruby red colour which marked the border of Cisalpine Gaul with Roman, in a fit of narcissism historical provinces Chavez tries to emulate the imperator primus and announces the crossing of the border with Colombia, but upstream of as usually it franking daily proteges of the FARC, hoisting an alleged right, that gives no legislation. But you forgot to historical, and pompous phrase which according to Suetonio Julius Caesar uttered in latin: alea iacta est (the die is cast) but that according to Plutarch was the phrase of the Athenian playwright Menander anerriphtho kubos (that starts the game). Out to you have cast lots or started their game, Chavez has tried to justify the unjustifiable by making use of semantic archetypes Marxists that cost him both learn, despite the insistent guided his brother Adam’s readings: the Colombian bourgeoisie does not want to get my message. They are afraid that the Chavez voice to be heard by the people of Colombia. They are terrified. Then we must do everything that has to do, by the media to be used, by all possible means. It should make a good plan and use our allies in Colombia.

Crossing the Rubicon meant for Julio Cesar much more than venture into Italy with his troops; crossing it meant commit an illegality, become an enemy of the Republic and start the civil war. Crossing the Rubicon today, expresses the fact of embarking irrevocably on a company of risky consequences. The communication campaign that threatens Chavez to unleash in Colombia will not be to get your message to the people; RCN does that free and efficiently. The goal is another and the requested communication strategy is due to the need to introduce a message divisive that has thrived on this side of the border, as a fifth column, for what of the divide and rule. That Rubicon already is has crossed earlier in Latin America with disastrous results for Julio Cesar of shift and its people: the Argentines crossed it in the Fackland Islands; Noriega in Panama raking his machete crossed it and is about to do so, as another one of their flight pa lante, the illustrious hero of the military museum..

04.20
16

World Tourism Day

by yudaica2013 ·

Urlaubsreise24 on travel trends 2011/2012 the world tourism day, which already in 1980 launched was revealed current travel trends and is one of the most important events of the international tourism industry. On September 27 is celebrated worldwide for the 32nd time. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), under whose auspices is the day, industry experts with the WTD think invites tank to an interesting debate to Aswan in Egypt. Last minute travel, cruises and travel in their own country are among the latest travel trends seen throughout Germany. At this year’s world tourism day, the cultures linking with the motto of tourism”, in particular involves understanding and acceptance between the cultures, which are considerably promoted by travel.

The tourism industry not least developed worldwide of the biggest sectors of the economy due to the increasing popularity of holiday and travel one. According to the World Tourism Organization, the number of international tourist arrivals is in 2010 to another 7 Rose percent to 940 million. Already in advance of world tourism day 2011 on September 27 winners of the UNWTO photo internationally advertised linking cultures on the subject of tourism “is published. The winning photos reflect many aspects of the fascination travel here, ranging from a family holiday on the sandy beach of voyages of discovery in Africa and Asia to unique monuments of nature and international understanding in traditional customs and festivals. The industry symposium WTD think tank in Aswan will be also the dialogue between cultures and the respectful understanding in the Center. In addition to the Egyptian Tourism Minister Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour include Greek Tourism Minister Pavlos Yeroulanos, tourism expert Peter Debrine, as well as some more well-known representatives to the speakers at the event Michael Frenzel (CEO of TUI) and UNESCO. In addition, the UNWTO Secretary-General Taleb Rifai will be present. Will be moderated the WTD think tank by the news channel, CNN, the at the same time an official media partner of world tourism day 2011 is. Contact: Urlaubsreise24 INH. Robert Richter Bremer str. 65 01067 Dresden press contact: Internet:

04.12
16

Tourism

by yudaica2013 ·

Aarhohenweg IM Taunus is GPS hike of the month Beselich, February 14, 2011. The AAR 50 km is the longest river in the Taunus. From the source to the limes near Taunusstein to its mouth into the Lahn in Diez, the Aarhohenweg, follow the course of the AAR, passing many sights. The walking Atlas Germany provides 14 18 February before the Aarhohenweg in four stages including the digital data, which can be downloaded free of charge as GPX files. The source of the AAR is located near Orlen at the Bundesstrasse B 417, the so-called chicken Street, which leads from Wiesbaden to Limburg. This connection was even at times of Roman occupation and before the limes as border security has been built, the Romans operated a base here at the source of the AAR. The AAR flows first South and surrounded the town of Taunusstein formally, before it then goes North.

On the Hill of Adolf Eck and the Justinusfelsen over the Aarhohenweg leads to Michelbach, the Pearl on the AAR. The Marchenwald Burgschwalbach, Roman fountain at Customs House, the unique in the Taunus round Church of upper iron, Ardeck ruins and as glittering climax of the old town of Diez with Castle and the Baroque market are on the final stage of the Aarhohenwegs. The walking Atlas Germany is a 2009 launched Internet offer which free presents information for day trips and excursions in the regions of Taunus, Westerwaldkreis, Sauerland and upper Hesse. In addition to texts and images are above all the representation of places of interest in the dynamic map as well as the ability to download walks as GPS tracks for mobile navigation devices, features, which makes the walking Atlas to make a unique offer on the Internet. Walking Atlas Verlag GmbH Steinbacher Strasse 24 65614 Beselich who is walking Atlas Germany a free information service of walking Atlas Verlag GmbH. target group are walkers and excursion guests who want to spend a day in the fresh air. The walking Atlas Germany is an open portal, where users can can also actively participate.

04.11
16

Bensberg Tourism

by yudaica2013 ·

Holiday between wanderlust and home look, recovery and search for meaning – meeting at the Robinson Club Fleesensee years have can reduce the desire to travel the Germans much health risks, economic trends, or terrorist attacks. Tourists seem to adapt to and more likely to change their travel plans as entirely renounce them. Recovery, increased well-being or intellectual enrichment are observable needs in different accents. Tourism becomes a segment of the economy aimed particularly at conception and teaching experiences, (self -) experiences, dreams, emotions, good feel moments, stories. Happiness – and promises of paradise are (still) the Repertoire of communication strategies in the tourism. They play with their slogans In the paradise rooms still free”or short vacation in Paradise” with the idea of a different existence. With their services to increase the physical and spiritual quality of life tourism is not only economically, but also socially to a key industry.

Indicators show that the search for meaning in the holiday becomes an important motif. Growing interest of offerings with a spiritual and intellectual added value. Ciphers of a rather diffuse spirituality are religious symbols, myths and images. In the face of diverse and even contradictory developments, leisure and tourism as well as the Thomas-Morus-Akademie Bensberg travel industry, project developers, hoteliers, scientists, representatives and representatives of the churches and interested invite the Catholic Association. Common views on the desires of the traveler is”, to throw offerings and strategies of addressing. What are the central themes for the holiday of the future? What are the holiday longings of the people? What characterizes them? How does the change affects the tourist offer? The Church has the tasks and roles?

04.9
16

Agodacom Brings Holidays

by yudaica2013 ·

The time to new year, Singapore is particularly well suited for Phnom Penh (December 18, 2013) Agoda.com has put together a range of cheap hotel deals in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s historical and often underrated capital city, for the new year. After the Viet Nam war and the fall of the Khmer Rouge, which had the entire population of the capital city in the year 1975 on the land, forcibly Phnom Penh was for many years the Wild West of Southeast Asia”. However but great efforts undertaken over the last two decades, significantly to improve the quality of life and also the cultural attractions of Phnom Penh. According to a legend, the city was founded in 1372 as a lady-in-waiting named Penh hillside (called in the Khmer language Phnom) built a temple to accommodate several Buddha statues in it, that they had found. In the following centuries lucky Phnom Penh fluctuated due to the different conflicts and colonial interests, which shaped the region, constantly back and forth, until finally in the year in 1866 to the capital of the then Kingdom of Cambodia was raised. In 1867, however, Cambodia with Laos and Viet Nam was incorporated into the French colonial empire and remained there until its independence in 1953.

This sustained almost a century colonial period is evident today in the architectural cityscape of Phnom Penh. Even the temple built by the Lady-in-waiting has repeatedly restored and converted form as WAT Phnom – the temple on the Hill – saved over to the present. The modern Phnom Penh is located in a busy development phase and is probably finally escaped its ancient slumber. Built new hotels and shopping malls, historic buildings are renovated and new trendy restaurants and bars open at every nook and corner of the city. But Phnom Penh lags behind still the other bustling metropolises of Southeast Asia such as Bangkok or Ho Chi Minh City, which is however not quite negative, because it gives their own incomparable charm of the capital of Cambodia.