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|For those who are planning that once in a lifetime adventure Authentic Jason Heyward Jersey , then why not think about a Europe break next year? Forget Spain, France, Italy, London is the place to go to, and what is more the city (in addition to a couple of out of town venues) is hosting the 2012 Olympic Games.
What could be more thrilling that holidaying in one of the worlds most unique capital cities, home of Princess Diana, the Queen, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and a lot more? This metropolis of tradition has so much to offer and has never been so tourist-friendly and prepared to look after it鈥檚 tourists.
The London Olympics will take place next July and August and will mostly be centred on the Olympic Village in London’s famous East End. In case you are feeling adventurous, you can plan a vacation to soak up not just the Olympics, but the UK too. Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales all make for lovely day journeys or week 2 destinations and travel across the UK is straightforward and cheap.
There is so much to do; generally it鈥檚 tough to know the place to start. Here鈥檚 our dream Itinerary;
Choose an airline like British Airways and fly in to London Heathrow or Gatwick. You can either stay in a hotel, or rent a local property from a site like London Games Rentals. Be careful to book this part of your journey early though because the Olympics will entice many more guests to London than normal and accommodation will likely be scarce, particularly after the Easter break. Some industry insiders are forecasting an additional 500,000 visitors to London as a direct result of the games and that鈥檚 on top of the normal increase in tourism at this time of the year. Factor in the weak pound and will probably be busy. Do some research in to where the assorted Olympic events are actually being held as sports such as soccer, sailing and shooting are not going to be hosted in the Olympic Village.
The first week can be spent following the Games and visiting London. The atmosphere will be electric and there is a lot to do.
Try the popular haunts such as the London Eye and Madam Tussauds, visit the free museums and gallaries such as Tate Modern, the Science museum or the Natural History museum.
What鈥檚 special about London is that鈥檚 it is perfectly positioned to do numerous different things. We would advocate in the second week that you rent a car and go see the UK. Attempt to end up at a different departure airport, say Edinburgh or Dublin to give you a greater chance to see everything. Our journey would begin with Brighton, positioned on the South coast of England. Brighton is a good looking English Victorian seaside town that boasts its own pier and amusement area.
Next day a three hour trip, by way of Stonehenge to Bath to see this beautiful old town. Well-known for its Roman Spa and Old World feel, a trip to Bath will never be forgotten. Stay for a few days and get used to the West Country’s lifestyle, it鈥檚 a slower paced, and remarkably soothing. Be sure to take a day trip to Wales and use the old Severn Bridge.
Finally, we’d suggest ending in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, home of the Scottish parliament, and of course Edinburgh castle. Fly out from Edinburgh airport and you’ll have had the most superb holiday, and seen the greatest show on Earth – The London Olympics 2012.
As Professor of Tourism Management at Aston University Professor Barber teaches and has conducted research on on sustainable tourism planning and climate change in tourism (particularly business and social consequences) throughout the value chain.
He guest lectures Crisis management and response in Asia.
He has had articles published in leading academic journals such as Tourism Management, Journal of Travel Research and Journal of Vacation Marketing on a variety of travel and tourism related topics.
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PARIS， Feb. 13 (Xinhua) -- An avalanche in Savoie， southeastern French region killed at least four skiers on Monday， a local newspaper reported.
An avalanche near Tignes， a ski resort in the French Alps occurred at an altitude of 2，100 meters at 11:00 local time (1000 GMT) sweeping a mountain guide and eight skiers， the daily La Dauphine Libere reported.
At least four were killed after the 400-wide avalanche rushed down an off-piste in the ski resort at peak winter holidays.
"Five people are still buried under heavy snow. There is no hope of finding them alive，" rescue service is quoted as saying.
A day before， an avalanche killed two climbers near Italian border where risk of avalanche remain high.
Since the beginning of winter， 13 avalanche have been reported in the French Alps killing three people， according to local reports.
ERBIL, Iraq, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- The Iraqi Kurds on Monday cast their votes in a referendum that will determine the independence of the Kurdish region and the disputed areas that are currently under de facto Kurdish control.
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