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1. Treat Students to a Superb School Ski Trip to Obertauern
February 23, 2018


A school ski trip is a wonderful idea for any teacher looking to reward their pupils whilst also providing a valuable experience. There are many important life lessons and skills that one can learn on the mountain, plus the exercise and fresh air can do wonders for your students’ mental and physical well-being. It is important to pick the right resort when you are searching on behalf a large group of students: I am confident that Obertauern In Austria is a great choice. Here are just a few of the reasons why the resort is perfect for a fun, valuable and memorable school ski trip. Ski... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. A Mountaineering Mecca: The Courmayeur Resort
February 23, 2018


There are few activities as challenging, rewarding and historic as mountaineering. The feeling of conquering one of Earth’s enormous peaks is quite unlike any other, and it is no surprise that people travel from every corner of the world to push themselves to the limit on the planet’s most famous and difficult mountains. There are many great places all over the globe for mountaineering, but Courmayeur in northwest Italy is an ideal spot for both newbies and experienced climbers. Located at the foot of the imposing Mont Blanc, this resort is famed for its long tradition of mountai-neering ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Snowshoe Trails in Courmayeur
February 23, 2018


Skiing trips take place in some of the most stunning wintery landscapes in the entire world, but it can be hard to appreciate this beauty when you are hurtling down a mountain at blistering speeds. This is one of the reasons that snowshoeing is such a wonderful activity. It allows you to explore these wild landscapes at a gentle pace so that you can enjoy the vistas and breathe in the crisp mountain air. There are lots of excellent places to try your hand at snowshoeing, but I think that the alpine resort of Courmayeur in northwest Italy is one of the best. It not only provides fan-tasti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Gardens of the Aosta Valley
February 23, 2018


The Aosta Valley in Northwest Italy is famed for its magnificent snowy mountains and popular winter sports resorts – yet less well known is the impressive array of botanical gardens nestled among the peaks. Set high on the mountainside, these Alpine oases are a vital asset to the biodiversity of the region, not to mention a beautiful setting for a summer hike. The Paradisia Garden, for example, is the most tranquil Aosta Valley attraction of them all, offering visitors the opportunity to learn more about different plant types while supporting the conservation of some of the rarest specieson ea... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. The Botanical Garden of Saussurea
February 23, 2018


Nestled at the base of Mont Blanc, you would be forgiven for dismissing Courmayeur as a destination for winter pursuits alone. However, this stylish Alpine town has far more to offer than snowy pistes over the winter season: in Courmayeur, attractions abound for the off-season visitor. Among those in the know, it has grown in popularity as a place for a delightful mountainside break during the summer months, when it enjoys crisp bright days and the perfect climate for outdoor pursuits. Chief among the many attractions that are bound to pique your interest is the Alpine Botanical Garden Saussur... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Unique Learning Experiences at London Zoo
February 22, 2018


London Zoo school trips can be fantastic fun for pupils and a great way to reward their hard work, but these trips can also be highly valuable in terms of teaching them about wildlife and conservation. This is particularly true when you arrange for them to stay overnight in the BUGS (Biodiversity Underpinning Global Survival) house. This very spe-cial sleepover allows pupils to explore the environment after hours and provides them with an insight into what they can do to protect the planet, the challenges that animals currently face and the value of conservation. These important lessons will e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Inspire & Educate Pupils with Bespoke School Trips
February 22, 2018


School trips can be immensely valuable learning experiences for students of all ages and are a terrific way to reward pupils for their hard work. They can also be daunting to arrange for teachers, particularly when it is a large group. Not all off-the-shelf packages are suitable, yet tailoring an excursion to your own specific needs can be stressful and filled with hurdles. The School Travel Company has expertise in producing bespoke itineraries to take the stress out of arranging these outings and ensure that it is a fun, valuable and memorable venture for both pupils and teachers. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. A Fun, Magical & Educational Experience at the Making of Harry Potter
February 22, 2018


Visiting the Warner Brothers Studio to enjoy the Making of Harry Potter tour may not sound like a place for a valuable learning experience, but you might be surprised. You will struggle to find school trips to London that are more fun, engaging and valuable than this insightful tour where young minds can immerse themselves in the world of the beloved movie series whilst also benefitting from unique learning experiences in English, Art and Business Studies. Tour Of course, school trips to London to visit the Warner Brothers Studio are incomplete without the captivating Harry Potter to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Welcome in the Spring With Madeira's Annual Flower Festival
February 22, 2018


As the daffodils and crocuses in the UK force their way through the last of the winter frosts and stretch their heads towards an increasingly warm sun, there is already spring in the air at home. If you love this time of year, with its promise of renewal and warmth to come, then why not celebrate it in style with a ‘Madeira flower holiday’. On the Portuguese island of Madeira the locals are so excited by the spring that, since 1954, they have celebrated its arrival every year with a festival of flowers. Inspired by local gardeners who always planted splendid blooms which burst into colour... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Take a Wine Tour of the British Islands
February 22, 2018


Most wine connoisseurs will have made the pilgrimage to the vineyards of France, some to the vine-growing regions of Italy, Germany and California, others as far as Chile and South Africa. But not many oenophiles will have taken a wine tour around the UK to discover more about British wine. Even as I write, I can imagine the general scoffing at the idea of visiting UK wineries, and ten years ago I might even have agreed, but things have changed. There are a number of great wines coming out of the UK today, and if you want to be amongst the vanguard championing British wine then I’d like t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Luxury Hotels For Families With Active Youngsters
February 22, 2018


If your little ones are looking for more from their holiday than lying on a beach and flopping into a swimming pool then the good news is there are some great hotels which offer a range of sports and activities for on-the-go children. Holidays don’t need to be about ‘doing nothing’ and ‘relaxing’: for loads of active youngsters, their idea of fun is to have the time away from their weekly routine to spend more time doing the sports and activities they love. Here is my selection of the best family-friendly hotels with great activity packages. Football Focus If you’re the parent o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Manuel Antonio Costa Rica Luxury Vacation Rental Homes and Exotic Travel Villas
February 21, 2018


Vista Hermosa Estate ( https://www.VistaHermosaEstate.com ) located in Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica needs no introduction. This Oceanside village might be tiny on the map but the sights that it offers are larger than life; attracting millions of visitors every year. This bustling little town is also known for its National Park, a Park that is considered to be one of those very few biodiversity parks: Playa Espadilla a public beach with the most refreshing and serene water, Damas Island Mangroves known for Kayaking tours, Savegre Rivers known for whitewater rafting, and many more. Vista Hermosa... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

13. Sky Bookers The next Leading Online Travel Agency offering trips from New York to any destination i
February 21, 2018


jamesmart121 Founded in the year 2001, they have come a long way providing traveler oriented itineraries to more than 500,000 + travelers from the US. They made themselves stand out one of the favored flight booking and travel providers among many . They are dedicated to perfecting the traveling experience through continual innovation and the highest standard of hospitality. This is also because of their expertise in building the most competit... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

14. Les Menuires: A Catered Skiing Paradise
February 21, 2018


skiing, Les Menuires, Three Valleys, Paradiski, Espace Killy and Chamonix Valley have some of the most ex-citing opportunities in the Alps. Ski Amis is the go-to company for winter sports fans looking for a holiday of a lifetime.">Les Menuires in the Three Valleys is a fantastic ski resort that is particularly popular with Brits thanks to its affordability, friendly atmosphere, quality catered chalets and excellent skiing. Les Menuires is set at 1,850m and provides quick access to the region’s gigantic 600km of pistes – there is more than enough skiing here to keep all abilities happy! Ac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Positive & Progressive Developments in Les Menuires
February 21, 2018


Unsure where to go skiing this winter? Les Menuires in The Three Valleys is a great choice this year, as it has undergone many positive developments lately. In addition to this, it is also a fun resort with easy access to the incredible 600km of pistes on offer in the region. These are just a few reasons why you should consider skiing in Les Menuires this winter: Snow Conditions The Three Valleys have superb snow conditions throughout the season. Snow covers 50% of the domain due to its high altitude, but the resort also has the ability to produce snow on the majority of the runs thr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. 5 Cheap and Cheerful Ski Resorts in Europe
February 21, 2018


Those on a tight budget may believe that a ski holiday is out of reach, but this is not necessarily true. Whilst these types of holiday are notorious for being expensive and are deemed a luxury, there are a handful of resorts throughout Europe which are much more affordable without compromising on fun. Here are five of the cheapest but still excellent ski resorts in Europe. Sauze d’Olx, Italy This idyllic Italian resort has managed to shake its reputation as a party destination and is now a good choice for those seeking great skiing and a mellow atmosphere. Even in high season, it is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Teaching the Industrial Revolution? Visit Ironbridge!
February 21, 2018


It was an age of exploration and adventure! The rise of technology and innovations in manufacturing led to the rise of the Industrial Revolution, which is synonymous with English history. From industrial products to household consumer items, England was the centre of industrial growth in the eighteenth century. A well-known area at the time was the village of Ironbridge in The Gorge. An educational visit here brings alive the history of an age long past. There is a plethora of sights here and a complete learning experience for students would ideally take up to three days. Museum of the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. A Theme Park with a Difference: Futuroscope
February 21, 2018


For school children, educational visits are often a key part of their learning experience. Engaging with the real world outside of the classroom stimulates young minds and sparks curiosity. Each young mind is different, with unique dreams and interests. A well-planned school tour has something for everyone to take back, both as memories and as valuable inspiration for the future. Futuroscope, located in Avenue René Monory in Western France, is a theme park that provides a valuable educational experience for pupils. With a variety of attractions covering a range of themes within the park,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Three Great Holiday Parks in Dorset
February 21, 2018


As one of the top spots for self-catering holidays, Dorset is home to a range of resorts that offer everything from natural beauty to decadent relaxation. Whether you’re looking for a luxury lodge, cosy cottage or comfortable caravan, this beautiful county has something for everyone. Here are three amazing places to stay. Golden Cap If you’re headed to Dorset for its magnificent natural landscapes, Golden Cap Holiday Park is the ideal destination. It’s located right on the coast, with the beautiful Seatown Beach just a two-minute walk from the park entrance, and also offers easy acce... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Discover the Real Sicily Behind Inspector Montalbano
February 21, 2018


As gripping as the TV series Inspector Montalbano is, if you find yourself staring more at the stunning baroque architecture and beautiful Sicilian landscapes than you do at the detective himself, maybe it’s time to book yourself a holiday to Sicily. Shot in the picturesque south-east side of the island, the detective series has whetted the appetite of many travellers looking to bring those beautiful vistas off the small screen and into real life by visiting Montalbano's Sicily. From the small rural towns of Scicli, Ragusa Ibla and Modica, the series’ creators have merged many locations i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Discover Opera's Birthplace on an Escorted Tour of Italy
February 21, 2018


Forget pizza, Renaissance masters and ancient architecture – for fans of classical music, Italy has one particularly important claim to fame as the birthplace of opera. Coming from the term opera di musica (literally, ‘work in music’) the form was born in Italy in around the sixteenth century. Not only was it the home of opera, it also gave life to some of its most famous sons; Puccini, Rossini, Verdi, to name but a few. With such a rich history in the musical tradition it is no surprise that thousands of visitors come to Italy each year to follow in the footsteps of its famous composers.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Explore Greece's Fascinating History on Three Escorted Tours
February 21, 2018


There are few countries with such important history and influence than Greece. The Greek past has defined the course of history around the globe dating right back to the ancient Minoan civilisations. This means that it is the homeland of countless incredible stories, myths and legends that those with an interest in the past love to sink their teeth into. It is also a country of stunning natural beauty, a gorgeous climate and rich culture –all ingredients for the perfect holiday. With so much to uncover in Greece, the best way to understand its importance to the world is on an escorted tou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Sunshine in a Glass: Bermudan Rum Cocktails
February 21, 2018


Nothing brings back the memories of your Bermuda holiday quite as well as recreating the flavour and tastes you enjoyed in the warm sunshine, on the pristine pink sand beaches and in the elegant cocktail bars of this beautiful island. One way to do this is to bring back home a bottle of the famous Gosling Rum. This delectable drink has been distilled here for more than two hundred years, ever since vintner William Gosling first settled here to establish a distillery with ingredients he’d imported from Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad. Still run by the Gosling family today, the distillery pr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Activities and Beaches: Family Fun on the Dalmatian Coast
February 21, 2018


Finding a family holiday destination that has something to keep every member of your family entertained can be a tall order, but you’ll have it all covered in Makarska, Croatia. Whether your clan is into relaxing on a beach or getting into some serious, adrenaline-pumping activities, this resort on the Dalmatian Coast has plenty to offer. Great for You The resort of Makarska is thankfully never crowded and retains much of the authentic charm of this part of Croatia, making it a great place to explore for anyone interested in the local culture and cuisine. With a range of excellent ho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. A Quick Overview of Airport Facility Management Services
February 20, 2018


Ever wondered who manages the bustling and busy commercial and general aviation airports? What does it take to keep the different aircraft ground traffic, terminals, and passenger processes in action? That’s exactly where airport facility management services fit in. As you can probably guess from the name, these services are all about managing airport facilities. In the current world, the roles of such services are varied and often intersect with one another. A Fixed Base Operator or FBO, who specializes in serving general aviation, may also take up the task of managing aspects of commercial s... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee



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