Wednesday, 1 October 2014

The Gorgeous "Cirque du Soleil"

This is not only a circus, this is a visual feast, a pleasure, a magical show! You won’t 
believe the human body’s elasticity, and what you can do with your body is eternal. 
While watching the show, you won’t believe your eyes as well as the colorful and beautiful 
costumes and the decor of the show. Each show is a combination of circus styles from 
around the world, with its own unique theme and storyline. Shows employ continuous 
live music, with performers rather than stagehands changing the props.
You may think this is a bit childish, but for sure it is not. People attending the show
are mostly grown ups since the show is a “one in a million”. Cirque du Soleil is not only
some body movements, but also the World’s largest theatrical producer; Every show
has its own theme.
The mission of Cirque du Soleil is to invoke the imagination, provokethe senses and evoke the emotions of people around the world.
The show is being presented through the World and the closest dates are: 
1 October - Orlando  Cirque du Soleil is taking the stage tonight at Downtown
Disney West Side at 21:00
2 October - Las Vegas The show is going to be at Luxor Hotel & Casino at 19:00
28 October - Sydney The Showring-Entertainment Quarter at 20:00
6 November - Dusseldorf  Grand Chaipeau Cirque de Soleil at
7 January - London Royal Albert Hall at 20:00
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Cirque du Soleil has 
brought wonder and 
delight to close to 150 million 
spectators in more than 
300 cities in over forty 
countries on six continents.
So, get your chance and
buy your tickets for
Cirque de Soleil, book
your rooms online
close to the performance
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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Argentina Travel Guide


At the Southeastern coast of South America lays Argentina – the land of large plains, 
sharp mountains, dense rainforests, glamorous glaciers and powerful waterfalls. 
Argentina has something to give for every type of traveller, offering a South American
 must-visit attractions. We prepared a list for top things to do in Argentina, from 
extreme adventures to one in a million natural wonders. 
1. Iguazú Falls
If you’re thinking of a destination “to see before you die”, Iguazú Waterfalls ranks 
nearly top of the list. This view and sound cannot be compared with any other, which 
is placed on 2,250 square kilometres of parkland, linking with Brazil. Totally 275 
waterfalls build up a river. To explore the falls comprehensively, you should probably
 take a boat trip which is unmissable. Organasing your trip during a full moon is 
suggested, which is organised by the park itself. To book your rooms online near 
Iguazú Falls, just check
2. A Walk with Penguins in Punto Tombo
Península Valdés, covered with sand and gravel for 3 kilometers, is home for the 
world’s largest Magellanic penguin colony. Approximately 500,000 penguins arrive
 there between September-March to reproduce. Tours are organised to witness this 
natural beauty. The reserve is also home to guanacos, choique and seabirds such 
as cormorants and petrels. Trelew is the nearest city yo Punto Tombo and you can 
easily check available hotels online at
3. The Rhythm of the Latin 
Tango is one of the world’s most sophisticated dances, so you can see couples 
dancing tango everywhere in Argentina. It’s so sexy, you’ll be fired up enough to 
make it through that long Argentinian nights. Go on, give it a try in its homeland.
4. Argentinian Beef
Just try Argentinan beef along with a bottle of wine. Bife de Chorizo and Bife de 
Costillais well known beefs in the country. In Buenos Aires, Don Julio is a 
recommendation, in Rosario: La Estancia, and in Las Sierras de Córdoba: El Faro
is recommended to taste this delicious food. 
5. Buenos Aires
Not only being the capital and largest city of Argentina, Buenos Aires is one of the 
world’s most alive cities with outstanding art, fabulous food and passionate population
 blazingly addicted to having fun all night long. The Palermo Viejodistrict is a trendy 
neighborhood with charming cobblestone streets, bookstores, bars, and boutiques, 
La Boca is another district where you can see colorful metal buildings to snap. 
Avenida 9 de Julio is the widest avenue in the world. So this makes it a must-see in
Argentina. To enjoy online reservations with 3D Secure payments, check our rooms online
6. The Cementerio de la Recoleta 
This is where all the rich families in Buenos Aires have their final resting places. 
Expect to see big ornate tombs. Be sure to visit the tomb of Eva Perón, the daughter 
of an aristocrat and beloved First Lady who, despite having the most visited tomb in
 the cemetery, is considered by many to be too close toward the people for eternal 
interment in
7. A March at Glacier Perito Moreno
Among the Earth’s most dynamic and accessible ice fields, Glaciar Perito Moreno 
is the stunning natural wonder of the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. It measures 
30km long, 5km wide and 60m high, but what makes it exceptional in the world of ice
is its constant advance – up to 2m per day, causing building-sized icebergs to calve
from its face. In some ways, watching the glacier is a very sedentary park experience,
but it manages to nonetheless be thrilling. You can also make a trekking on the ice 
with an organisation.
8. Mendoza Wine Tours
The small town of Maipú, near  Mendoza, is so packed with wineries, olive oil farms 
and other gourmet businesses that it’s easy to hit five or six in a day. Try a “vino-therapy” 
bath or grape-seed exfoliation in the spa. All in all, this is a gentle start to explore the 
Mendoza region and all it has to offer in terms of winery tours, hiking, rafting and horse 
riding. To check available rooms online, 
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Monday, 29 September 2014

Barcelona, Barcelona


Think of a city full of art, history, unusual architecture and other than these, romantic and totally fun! The city is a mixture of two cultures, Catalan and Spanish, which makes its unique architecture, delicious food, beautiful beaches and above all, its special character and culture.
In this article, you’re going to read what you can do in 24 hours in this masterpiece, Barcelona. To book online now:
09:00 As you start early, we recommend you to open the day in a tapas restaurant. On Passeig de Gràcia you can find several tapas restaurants, and each one serves delicious and affordable tapas. Delicious and diverse types of sandwiches can be found easily, too. Baby squids are recommended. After the breakfast, take a walk on Passeig de Gràcia, a well known -after La Rambla- strret in which famous brands are located. 
10:00 As you continue your ride on Passeig de Gràcia, you can see Casa Battló and Casa Milà which are located close. These unique buildings by Gaudican look a bit freeky but they are a must-see in Barcelona. They are one of the most remarkable works of Antoni Gaudi and you can tour these with a small fee.
11:00 Take the metro and go to Parc Güell, one of the most beautiful icons of the city. This is not a usual park, built by Gaudi, full of gardens and colorful and unique architectural work. It has a perfect view of the city, and there are 2 buildings at the enterence which looks like made of sugar and you wanna eat them :) You can enjoy a fantastic green walk surrounded by a modernist works at Parc Güell.
12:00 Take off the metro at Sagrada Familia and now it’s time for the most popular icon of the city, designed by Antoni Gaudi again and the construction still continues. When you want to take a photo, the building doesn’t fit your pose since it is giant structure. Inside the church is naturalist, resembles of a forest. You can pay extra fee to tour the towers and enjoy a magnificent city view. For hotels near Sagrada Familia click
13:00 As you get hungry, take the metro again and go to Catalunya. Plaza Catalunya is the main and larges square of Barcelona and several main streets are connected to it. you can find well-known shop called El Corte Ingles around the square. You can connect the main street of Barcelona, La Rambla. You can eat at various restaurants on the street. La Poma is an option-Try Paella.
14:30 After lunch, take a walk down La Rambla (it gets hard to resist when it smells delicious waffles) and you’ll see Mercat-La Boquera on your right. This is a big marketplace where you can find various kinds of fresh meat, fish, pork, fruits etc. Connect to Carrer de Montcada to visit Picasso Museum. You pay a fee to enter the museum and there, original masterpieces of Pablo Picasso are exhibited. Taking photos are prohibited. 
16:00 You can plan a visit to Park de la Ciutadella which is no far from  Picasso. The park is enormous, there, you can see the Arc de Triomphe, take a walk around or visit the zoo.  
17:00 Take a taxi and visit Castell de Montjuic. This place is on a hill and has a view of the coastline and the city. You can tour the castle and take some photos. Drink a coffee while enjoying the landscape. 
18:00 Afterwards, visit the Marina; This place is totally peaceful, all you should do is walk across the bridges and sit on a bench to watch the sunset. There isL’aquarium Barcelona behind the marina, and you can visit the penguins, jaws, squids and more. 
19:30 Walk down to Av. Portal de L’Angel to visit Santa Maria del Mar church. Light a candle and make a wish. After your visit, you can tour the street since there are various shops on both sides. 
21:00 We strongly recommend you to make a reservation at Los Caracoles - a well-known fish and steakhouse. Prices are a bit high but it really worths! If you want some tapas, Mushroom salad is delicious. Order a good wine and enjoy your gourmet dinner.
22:30 As the night continues and you want to move on, visit Plaça Reial which is too close to Los Caracoles, at night it gets really crowded with people having fun, laughing talking and of course, drinking! Order something cool and enjoy the night. 
00:00 As you drink, you need more music and Sutton is the right place to go. So crowded and full of beautiful people, the Sutton club is located at posh Calle Tusset in the Gothic Quarter and is open from Thursday to Saturday from midnight until 5am. Or if you want a rooftop, visit W Hotel with its beautiful scene.
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