21
Sep 14

UK interest to travel Scotland has already gone down by 29%, reports

Interest in Scotland from the rest of Britain has gone down twenty nine per cent than this time last year, reported a new study. On Thursday, before the Scottish referendum, travel industry experts have unfolded their concerns regarding what independence might mean for the tourism industry of the country.
A leading website stated that hotel searches for Scotland from Wales, Northern Ireland and England between 1st August and 15th September gone down by 29% compared to same period in 2013. Ryder Cup, which is one of the largest tourism events in Scotland, has not handled to boost this sharp figure, with hotel searches for golfing tournament also going down year-on-year by nineteen per cent.
And this is not only the rest of the United Kingdom seemingly cutting Scotland. The interest in travel other places in the United Kingdom from Scotland has also gone down by nineteen percent per cent compared to previous year.  According to reports, United Kingdom Public Relations’ Denise Bartlett with the future of Scottish independence not certain and many questioning how this would affect both potential visitors as well as the nation’s tourism industry, it is interesting to call up that Scotland has already seen a sharp decline in travel interest from the rest of the Britain. In spite of the Ryder Cup that was expected to boost the Scotland tourism, searches for accommodation in the nation have gone down compared to previous year.

Interest in Scotland from the rest of Britain has gone down twenty nine per cent than this time last year, reported a new study. On Thursday, before the Scottish referendum, travel industry experts have unfolded their concerns regarding what independence might mean for the tourism industry of the country.

A leading website stated that hotel searches for Scotland from Wales, Northern Ireland and England between 1st August and 15th September gone down by 29% compared to same period in 2013. Ryder Cup, which is one of the largest tourism events in Scotland, has not handled to boost this sharp figure, with hotel searches for golfing tournament also going down year-on-year by nineteen per cent.

And this is not only the rest of the United Kingdom seemingly cutting Scotland. The interest in travel other places in the United Kingdom from Scotland has also gone down by nineteen percent per cent compared to previous year.  According to reports, United Kingdom Public Relations’ Denise Bartlett with the future of Scottish independence not certain and many questioning how this would affect both potential visitors as well as the nation’s tourism industry, it is interesting to call up that Scotland has already seen a sharp decline in travel interest from the rest of the Britain. In spite of the Ryder Cup that was expected to boost the Scotland tourism, searches for accommodation in the nation have gone down compared to previous year.


21
Sep 14

Race and Sports at Dartmouth College: Part 1

Movie Score: / 5


10
Sep 14

Raffles all geared up to open in Istanbul

Raffles, the well known hotel group, is all set to start their 1st property in Istanbul on 1st September. Placed at the heart of cutting-edge Zorlu Center, the hotel overlooks Bosphorus. The Raffles Istanbul has hundred and thirty two guestrooms as well as forty nine suites  all filled with light and spacious, blending Turkish as well as contemporary design and providing everything the modern traveler demands. From floor to the ceiling windows guide to furnished private balconies and terraces, for lofty views over Bosphorus as well as the city.
With nine treatment suites, Raffles Spa is all set to be one of the most comprehensive in Istanbul, Turkey. Organic Pharmacy and Gazelli Skincare offer a lenient menu of treatments, with a signature Honey, Rose and Sugar Hammam Experience from the latter.
Raffles Istanbul also provides an inspirational choice of contemporary, calm spaces for private as well as business events – from the set up of a new car or a society marriage in Ballroom, a birthday dinner in one of the seven private rooms, to a high-level meeting in The Boardroom. All this backed up by the newest technology, experienced support and service, leaving guests full free to concentrate on their own agendas.
Raffles Hotels & Resorts president Peter French told that the spirit of Raffles fits properly into this extraordinary capital city at such a magnificent time. Their philosophy is to make oases where people come together, and after that continue on.

Raffles, the well known hotel group, is all set to start their 1st property in Istanbul on 1st September. Placed at the heart of cutting-edge Zorlu Center, the hotel overlooks Bosphorus. The Raffles Istanbul has hundred and thirty two guestrooms as well as forty nine suites  all filled with light and spacious, blending Turkish as well as contemporary design and providing everything the modern traveler demands. From floor to the ceiling windows guide to furnished private balconies and terraces, for lofty views over Bosphorus as well as the city.

With nine treatment suites, Raffles Spa is all set to be one of the most comprehensive in Istanbul, Turkey. Organic Pharmacy and Gazelli Skincare offer a lenient menu of treatments, with a signature Honey, Rose and Sugar Hammam Experience from the latter.

Raffles Istanbul also provides an inspirational choice of contemporary, calm spaces for private as well as business events – from the set up of a new car or a society marriage in Ballroom, a birthday dinner in one of the seven private rooms, to a high-level meeting in The Boardroom. All this backed up by the newest technology, experienced support and service, leaving guests full free to concentrate on their own agendas.

Raffles Hotels & Resorts president Peter French told that the spirit of Raffles fits properly into this extraordinary capital city at such a magnificent time. Their philosophy is to make oases where people come together, and after that continue on.


24
Aug 14

Halifax, Nova Scotia – Canada HD Travel Channel

Video Rating: 5 / 5


27
Jul 14

MHL Kent Cup Finals – Bearcats vs Commandos Game 3

Video clip Score: five / five


09
Jul 14

Contest gems brush up on Brussels

Previous week, a bunch of 4 lucky East Renfrewshire students jetted off to Brussels, Belgium, having got the scope in a Europe wide essay writing contest. Abigail Catterson and Rebekah Johnstone, from the Eastwood High, and Eva Stewart and Cameron Kerr, from St Luke’s, were invited to European Parliament on a 2 day tour, where they met their fellow contest winners from schools around the European continent.
The four students participated in a several activities to know more regarding the role of young people in the European continent, before taking meals, meeting elected representatives as well as going on a tour of the political capital of Europe.
Abigail and Rebekah were appointed by the SNP MSP Stewart Maxwell, via his role as the vice president of EA group in Committee of the Regions. He congratulated the youngsters, and said The Extra that this contest is a huge scope to learn regarding European politics as well as to see 1st hand the work which is being undertaken in Brussels, Belgium. He stated that each of these students did a great job as ambassadors for East Ren as well as for Scotland.
Tony Buchanan, East Ren councilor, who is also a committee member, nominated St Luke’s students Eva and Cameron. He stated that it was a pleasure to meet with East Ren’s winners, with forty students as well as teachers from schools throughout Europe. He has never failed to be impressed by the endeavor and enthusiasm reflected by young people from their schools, and he is very happy that each of them has made the most of this wonderful scope.

Previous week, a bunch of 4 lucky East Renfrewshire students jetted off to Brussels, Belgium, having got the scope in a Europe wide essay writing contest. Abigail Catterson and Rebekah Johnstone, from the Eastwood High, and Eva Stewart and Cameron Kerr, from St Luke’s, were invited to European Parliament on a 2 day tour, where they met their fellow contest winners from schools around the European continent.

The four students participated in a several activities to know more regarding the role of young people in the European continent, before taking meals, meeting elected representatives as well as going on a tour of the political capital of Europe.

Abigail and Rebekah were appointed by the SNP MSP Stewart Maxwell, via his role as the vice president of EA group in Committee of the Regions. He congratulated the youngsters, and said The Extra that this contest is a huge scope to learn regarding European politics as well as to see 1st hand the work which is being undertaken in Brussels, Belgium. He stated that each of these students did a great job as ambassadors for East Ren as well as for Scotland.

Tony Buchanan, East Ren councilor, who is also a committee member, nominated St Luke’s students Eva and Cameron. He stated that it was a pleasure to meet with East Ren’s winners, with forty students as well as teachers from schools throughout Europe. He has never failed to be impressed by the endeavor and enthusiasm reflected by young people from their schools, and he is very happy that each of them has made the most of this wonderful scope.


29
Jun 14

ESPN College Football Live+!! Dartmouth Big Green vs Cornell Big Red Live Streaming

Movie Rating: / five