Still on the run in Germany, on the Mosel, back to Traben-Trarbach, a small city that has the potential to make any traveler fall in love with its charm. And it’s not only the city that makes one return. The people are as wonderful. Since you are already familiar with this must-see attraction within the […]
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The very first Affordable Art Fair hits Singapore this weekend. Proving once again that you don’t have to be a millionaire to afford very fine works of art, Will Ramsay’s AAF Asia showcases over 60 art galleries worth of affordable treasures.
France is most inviting in November, when midnight on the third Thursday of the month, they open the first bottle of Beaujolais Nouveau.
Argophilia Travel News takes an opportunity to reveal the ancient Mosel wine region village of Traben – Trarbach. The first in a series of “On the Run” snapshots of wonderful places, Traben – Trarbach shows the true spirit of the off season of this famous German wine countryside. Visions of German hospitality, and yes castles over the Mosel too, reflects Central Europe’s alluring charm.
Toktumi launched a contest (November 16 – December 3), rewarding the “craziest” flight stories with a shopping trip for two to New York City including airfare, luxury hotel, lunch with Steven Slater, and a $500 Gift Card.
Carnival Cruise Lines has canceled voyages of the Carnival Splendor through the departure of January 9, 2011, to allow time for repairs following an engine room fire last week.
U.S.-based hospitality entrepreneurs John Russell, Chris Jones, David Klein and David Young are teaming up with Auro Hospitality Group, LLC, the visionaries behind one of India’s top lodging companies, Chennai-based Auromatrix, to create a company that aims to bring the next generation of lifestyle hotels and related products to major cities worldwide: Advaya. The name […]
This week, around the world, Muslims will celebrate Hari Raya Haji or the “Festival of Sacrifice.” In Singapore though, these celebrations were in dire jeopardy when ash from Mt. Merapi caused flights carrying livestock to be canceled. Only yesterday, Singapore Airlines rushed through two loads of animals for the festivities.m
An interesting political campaign in Warsaw reveals just how creative (and beautiful) Polish women politicians can be. Sarah May has turned to a sort of “Beach Blanket Bingo” style of campaigning for Warsaw’s upcoming city elections – posing in her bikini and proclaiming her competency. Now there is transparency in a politician if there ever where any. Warsaw governance may never be the same – and that could be a good thing.
Three Olympic hopeful cities met this weekend in Guangzhou, China to make their pitches to Asian Olympic delegates for the 2018 Winter Olympics. On the site of the Asia Games, the delegations form Annecy, Munich, and Pyeongchang spoke their piece. With the South Korean’s slightly bent over suggested conflicts of interest, and the French having technical problems, Katarina Witt had little trouble outclassing the other chairs easily.
Anime fans traveling to Singapore get a double treat this weekend as Anime Festival Asia 2010 kicks off today in the nation’s capital. J-Pop celebs to screaming animation fans, this year’s event has brought over 70,000 enthusiasts