Over the last decade the three Baltic capitals have firmly established themselves as appealing Christmas market destinations. Anna Maria Espsäter gives you the low-down on this year’s markets in all three cities.
This morning The France Show open at London’s Earl’s Court. An hour after opening there were hundreds of people sampling food (including a stand with baklava!) and wine, visiting the property section and talking to the different tourist offices. Others were watching the double act of Thierry Beine and Francois Collot demonstrating some recipe ideas from Nord-Pas de Calais and joking that this was the first time Beine had made an omelette. Both are also here on Saturday and Sunday as well.
Print media is the past and present and digital media is the present and future. That was the message that emerged from Whose Voice Is It Anyway –a CIMTIG seminar that took place at The Cumberland Hotel in London’s Marble Arch, last week.
This time it is for Adventure Travel Live which starts at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London at 6pm next Friday and then continues over the weekend. This is the place to go if you fancy off the beaten track holidays, energy filled breaks like skydiving or white water rafting. Or just plain old fashioned getting away from it all holidays with a bit of polar exploration or gap year experience. It isn’t just for the singles and young; far from it. There will be family holiday ideas as well as well as for those who are young-at-heart.
To win one of the ten pairs all you have to do is the usual thing. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and put Adventure Travel Live in the subject line.
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