More and more “tweeps” share their favorite places via photos on Twitter. This Sunday morning we thought’s we’d counter share some of the best worldwide. Here’s some of today’s best photo tweets worth 1000 RTs?
The EU this week announced a pilot program, New Business Avenues into Southeast Asia for European SMEs in the Southeast Asian region via a hub in Singapore. According to the SingaporeCompanyIncorporation.sg, a leading Singapore incorporation portal, the new office hub there in Singapore makes strategic sense.
Global sales, marketing, and distribution provider Preferred Hotel Group™ has just released their first quarter 2014 revenue results. According to the report the group generated a 19 percent increase in reservations revenue for member hotels compared to last year’s figures. Other key findings of the report show increases in enrollments, spending, and repeat stays via the iPrefer guest loyalty program, and other initiatives. Preferred also added 29 new hotels to their stable of luxury stays worldwide.
According to Abercrombie & Kent, luxury travel is back. Lauding a 33% increase in booking lead times, A&K has released their 2015 dates and prices for our top selling Luxury Small Group Journeys. Also, the luxury travel firm has announced two Private Jet journeys. One, an encore to Around the World by Private Jet, and a Silk Road journey featuring the founders of Abercrombie & Kent and Four Seasons, promise to be popular adventures this year.
The US’s decision to lift the travel warning for Tunisia is a huge positive for that country and a vote of confidence for interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa. Tunisia’s recent problems with unrest aside, Tunis and other destinations there have long been on many a traveler’s “bucket list” of things to see.
Hurricane Sandy cut a scar into seaside communities along the New Jersey coast in October 2o12, and only now are some beach communities emerging with a prosperous touristic outlook for Summer 2014. However positive the tide may have turned for Jersey shore communities though, the sustainability of Atlantic coastline beach communities is endangered by sea […]
Comprised of nearly eight million kilometers, to say Australia is big is an understatement. In certain spots, areas the sizes of small countries are completely uninhabited and a person can drive for days without coming across a single soul. This raw expansiveness is what is both intimidating and enthralling about the world’s smallest continent. Indeed, […]