Article Archive for October 2010
[ September 12, 2010 9:00 am to October 4, 2010 6:00 pm. ] During September professional contemporary artists open their studios to the public. This is a unique chance to meet artists, to discover how and where they produce their work and buy from them directly.Visit a studio near you!,Web: www.artistsatwork.org.uk/
[ June 1, 2010 9:00 am to October 1, 2010 6:00 pm. ] Explore inside the Rows stores and help unravel their mysterious past. You will be taken to a part of the city that’s rich in hush-hush history and a tea shop where high tea is definitely on the menu!These tours will give you a much closer look at the city’s unique treasures than ever before [...]
Today is the last day you can vote in the British Travel Awards.
If you haven’t voted yet the please find the time to vote now.
Because these are one of the few awards where you can make a difference. You and only you decide some of these awards
Secondly, you stand the chance of winning one of the many holidays, cruises or other prizes that are on offer.
And finally, with your vote, even CD-Traveller might win an award!
No forget the last sentence. Vote for the company that you believe has given you the best service or product. It means more to them than the trade telling them they’re good. The companies need you. Without your business they won’t exist so by voting them you send a real message that the service is good and their product is what you want. So click on the voting button in the right of this page.
PS Good luck in the prize draw as well.
There aren’t many of us that go to Argentina despite the fact that for some of us there are strong links. With names like Peurto Madryn (Port Madryn) there are clues to the number of Welsh who settled there in the nineteenth century. From next March it will be easier to go there as British Airways will be launching a direct service from London. This week, the Argentinian Minister of Tourism, Enrique Meyer, was over here to help announce the service. Declaring that 2011 will be the year of Argentina might be a bit ambitious but then with even a modest increase in tourists from the UK, it could be the start given the range of holiday options that Argentina offers.