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Things To Do While In Europe

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Slovakia
1. Visit the new three-star Hotel Matysak near Bratislava’a Main Railway Station, a 15-minute walk from the city center, for its unforgettable historical wine cellar – one of the largest archive cellars in Central Europe – as well as one of the city’s best specialty restaurants.

2. Explore the “Tinkers Exhibit” at the Povazie Museum on Zilna and see how Tinkers created decorative and practical objects out of metal wire, which can be gold- and silver-plated and as intricately woven as lace. More than 300 items of the Slovak folk art are housed within a giant bird cage-like structure (made out of wire, naturally).

3. Explore the historical town of Levoca with one of the largest Gothic churches in Slovakia, St. James – boasting the tallest wooden Gothic winged altar in the world – Spisska Kapitula, a one-street walled village from the mid-13th century, and the Spis Castle.

4. Take in a performance at the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava – it’s where Viennese opera fans go for first-class performances at bargain prices. If you prefer dance, there’s ballet, modern and folk, classical concerts, jazz, folk music, rock and all the latest sounds.

5. Purchase some unique Slovak folk objects made of glass, fabric, metals, and jewels, as well as candles and decorative paper products at the In Vivo Shop in Bratislava.

1. Tour Spreewald, 1.5 hours southeast of Berlin, known for its charming canals where you can go bating and sample traditional pickles at the pickle-making facilities.

2. Visit Bautzen, close to the Poland border and home to the smallest Slavic nationals – the Sorbs – known for their traditions, especially the beautifully decorated Easter eggs.

3. In Saxon, Switzerland, located just below Dresden on the Czech border, marvel at the romantic fairyland scenery of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

4. Explore Dessau, 45 minutes south of Berlin, home to UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites: the Bauhaus Building, the Masters’ Houses and the Garden Realm Dessau-Woerlitz

5. Tour Ore Mountains, a former mining region on the border of the Czech Republic, known worldwide for its folk art, which is still is widely practiced and very popular.

6. Visit Bad Reichenhall, close to the border with Austria in the Bavarian Alps, with beautifully tended parks, an elegant pedestrian area, cozy restaurants and countless historical sights. This alpine town is one of Bavaria’s most precious jewels.

7. Stroll the Fuerst-Pueckler-Park in Bad Muskau, located half in Poland and half in Germany. Designed from 1815 to 1845 on the banks of the Neisse River, it’s one of the biggest landscape parks in Europe and recently named a UNESCO World Heritage site.

8. Take a detour to Zelazowa Wola, the birthplace of Frederic Chopin, and visit the cottage where he was born that’s now a museum.

9. Visit the Lindenau museum in Altenburg south of Leipzig, for its renaissance paintings and antique vases.

10. Visit Karlovy, a traditional, but lively Czech spa town two hours from Prague.

11. See the Czech Republic’s beautifully furnished Nelahozeves Renaissance Castle, with its art collection (Rubens, Valazquez, etc.) musical memorabilia and Delft porcelin.

12. See the beautiful city of Graz in Austria, with its historic monuments and the UNESCO-honored Old Town.

13. Experience Lower Austria’s LOISIUM Weinvisionen Langenlois (wine center) combining stunning architecture, historic wine cellars, and exhibits that capture the art, science, and mythology of winemaking.

14. Go to the Danube Bend, an hour north of Budapest, and see the original royal residence at Esztergom where the Hungarian civilization was born in the 11th century.

15. Dine at the Kor Care in downtown Budapest in the general area of St. Stephen’s Basilica where the food is reported to be fantastic and the Hungarian wines excellent.
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Great things To Do While In Europe

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Slovakia

1. Visit the new three-star Hotel Matysak near Bratislava’a Main Railway Station, a 15-minute walk from the city center, for its unforgettable historical wine cellar – one of the largest archive cellars in Central Europe – as well as one of the city’s best specialty restaurants.

2. Explore the “Tinkers Exhibit” at the Povazie Museum on Zilna and see how Tinkers created decorative and practical objects out of metal wire, which can be gold- and silver-plated and as intricately woven as lace. More than 300 items of the Slovak folk art are housed within a giant bird cage-like structure (made out of wire, naturally).

3. Explore the historical town of Levoca with one of the largest Gothic churches in Slovakia, St. James – boasting the tallest wooden Gothic winged altar in the world – Spisska Kapitula, a one-street walled village from the mid-13th century, and the Spis Castle.

4. Take in a performance at the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava – it’s where Viennese opera fans go for first-class performances at bargain prices. If you prefer dance, there’s ballet, modern and folk, classical concerts, jazz, folk music, rock and all the latest sounds.

5. Purchase some unique Slovak folk objects made of glass, fabric, metals, and jewels, as well as candles and decorative paper products at the In Vivo Shop in Bratislava.

1. Tour Spreewald, 1.5 hours southeast of Berlin, known for its charming canals where you can go bating and sample traditional pickles at the pickle-making facilities.

2. Visit Bautzen, close to the Poland border and home to the smallest Slavic nationals – the Sorbs – known for their traditions, especially the beautifully decorated Easter eggs.

3. In Saxon, Switzerland, located just below Dresden on the Czech border, marvel at the romantic fairyland scenery of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

4. Explore Dessau, 45 minutes south of Berlin, home to UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites: the Bauhaus Building, the Masters’ Houses and the Garden Realm Dessau-Woerlitz

5. Tour Ore Mountains, a former mining region on the border of the Czech Republic, known worldwide for its folk art, which is still is widely practiced and very popular.

6. Visit Bad Reichenhall, close to the border with Austria in the Bavarian Alps, with beautifully tended parks, an elegant pedestrian area, cozy restaurants and countless historical sights. This alpine town is one of Bavaria’s most precious jewels.

7. Stroll the Fuerst-Pueckler-Park in Bad Muskau, located half in Poland and half in Germany. Designed from 1815 to 1845 on the banks of the Neisse River, it’s one of the biggest landscape parks in Europe and recently named a UNESCO World Heritage site.

8. Take a detour to Zelazowa Wola, the birthplace of Frederic Chopin, and visit the cottage where he was born that’s now a museum.

9. Visit the Lindenau museum in Altenburg south of Leipzig, for its renaissance paintings and antique vases.

10. Visit Karlovy, a traditional, but lively Czech spa town two hours from Prague.

11. See the Czech Republic’s beautifully furnished Nelahozeves Renaissance Castle, with its art collection (Rubens, Valazquez, etc.) musical memorabilia and Delft porcelin.

12. See the beautiful city of Graz in Austria, with its historic monuments and the UNESCO-honored Old Town.

13. Experience Lower Austria’s LOISIUM Weinvisionen Langenlois (wine center) combining stunning architecture, historic wine cellars, and exhibits that capture the art, science, and mythology of winemaking.

14. Go to the Danube Bend, an hour north of Budapest, and see the original royal residence at Esztergom where the Hungarian civilization was born in the 11th century.

15. Dine at the Kor Care in downtown Budapest in the general area of St. Stephen’s Basilica where the food is reported to be fantastic and the Hungarian wines excellent.
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Tahiti’s Outer Islands

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French Polynesia is a true paradise – the ultimate destination for weddings, honeymoons or a beautiful escape. Tahiti’s outer islands offer a true exotic experience beyond the beaten path. Huahine, virtually unknown to tourists, is the ideal place to experience the traditional Polynesian way of life. The ‘lady’ island draws her name from the shape of its lush peaks outlining the body of a pregnant woman. Rangiroa, the largest atoll in the Tuamotu Archipelago, offers adventure and some of the best diving in all of Tahiti. Manihi, home to the first pearl farm, offers guests stays in overwater or premium beach bungalows with spectacular views of stunning turquoise waters.
Featured Resort: Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa
This award-winning property is located near magnificent Cook’s Bay and the new international golf course. The resort offers 28 overwater, 8 beach and 28 garden pool bungalows, and 30 garden view and duplex rooms in traditional Polynesian style. All rooms and bungalows feature air-conditioning, ceiling fan, sundeck, tea/ coffee maker, mini-bar and tele¬vision. You will also enjoy the range of resort facilities such as the gourmet restaurant, bar, boutique, PADI dive center, coral nursery and Manea Spa.
With their balmy breezes, spectacular sunsets, and beautiful beaches, the gorgeous Society Islands provide the ultimate getaway during the cold winter months. A week is all it takes for your clients to indulge in a warm-weather getaway aboard one of the most critically acclaimed deluxe small ships in the world: the m/s

Paul Gauguin.

When they join us aboard The Gauguin this winter, your clients will also enjoy the ultimate in all-inclusive value, with none of the hidden fees charged by many other cruise lines. Not only that, but they also enjoy:
Savings of 50% off standard cruise fares plus included airfare from Los Angeles
We invite your clients to discover why The Gauguin was recently named one of 2012’s “Top 20 Small Cruise Ships” by readers of Condé Nast Traveler–its 14th year in a row. But they must hurry! This is our most popular itinerary, and space is filling up fast.
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Udaipur Travel Experiences: Beyond Expectations

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Culinary and Restaurants in Udaipur
Whistling Teal
This restaurant with superlative curries and exemplary service is entered through the foyer of the Raj Palace Hotel. Set well back from the street in a putting-green-perfect garden, here you can drink cocktails or smoke a hookah in saddles at the bar. The espresso coffee is the real thing – there is also a small coffee bar fronting Bhattiyani Chohtta.Whistling Teal
This restaurant with superlative curries and exemplary service is entered through the foyer of the Raj Palace Hotel. Set well back from the street in a putting-green-perfect garden, here you can drink cocktails or smoke a hookah in saddles at the bar. The espresso coffee is the real thing – there is also a small coffee bar fronting Bhattiyani Chohtta.

 Jaiwana Haveli Roof Top Restaurant

Jaiwana Haveli was once the private residence of the Thakur of Jaiwana, one of the jagirdars of Maharanas of Mewar. Located in the historic city of Udaipur, the hotel has an unbeatable location. The twenty-four room Jaiwana Haveli hotel is located on the eastern bank of Lake Pichola, and possesses unparalleled views across the sparkling waters and island palaces, to the Aravali Mountains beyond. The hotel is equipped with modern facilities for the modern visitor, with a touch of the Rajput tradition that makes Udaipur one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world.

 Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Udaipur
Hotel Fateh Garh
Hotel Fateh Garh Udaipur perched on a hill within the very heart of Lake city Udaipur is yet blissfully away from the familiar drone that one travels to make distance from; Hotel Fateh Garh is heritage hotel with lake view and has derived from the Urdu word for victory ‘Fateh’, and ‘Garh’ or fortress in Sanskrit. Hotel Fateh Garh is based on vaastu principles which is vedic architectural style for balance and harmony of natures forces,it has interplay of the male and female aspects which is found more obviously in the spaces referred to as the Mardana Mahal, bold and exhibitionist – traditionally, the palace of the gentry; and the Zanana Mahal, intimate and delicate – traditionally, the palace of ladies.

 The Leela Palace

The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts is owned and managed by Hotel Leelaventure Limited. The Leela Palace Kempinski, Udaipur offers option to choose from 80 beautifully-appointed guest rooms and suites with exquisite amenities and picture perfect views of Lake Pichola and its majestic palaces. Various options include Maharaja Suite, Royal Suite, Duplex Suites, Luxury Suites & Premiere Rooms. Graceful and elegant. Soothing and rich.

The Taj Lake Palace

Taj Lake Palace is managed by “Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces”, one of Asia’s largest and finest hotel company. Accommodations at Taj Lake Palace, are as delightful as the exterior. The decorative gilt moldings, sculpted marble columns, and fine fretwork screens impressed even the Maharaja who held court in this very room in the 1930s. There are countless unique experiences to be had. Indulge in royal Mewar fare at the Lily Pond, where courtesans once welcomed royalty into the folds of the palace. Or sail into a purple sunset on a 150-year old ceremonial barge complete with candlelight and resplendently dressed oarsmen. Indulge in a heritage walk with a royal escort armed with caviar, pate and a bottle of bubbly. Soak in the sounds and sights of the city as your royal butler accompanies you on a shopping trip.

The Oberoi Udaivilas

The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur is located on the banks of Lake Pichola in Udaipur. Conceived as a traditional Indian palace, The Oberoi Udaivilas showcases the rich heritage of the Mewar region of Rajasthan with its rambling courtyards, gentle rippling fountains, reflection pools and verdant gardens. Grand architecture inspired by the palaces of Rajasthan present a picture of majesty resplendent with pavilions and domes that lead you to a journey of discovery. Interiors embellished with decorative domes, hand painted frescoes, intricate mirror work and beautifully crafted artefacts create an ambience of regal splendour.

 Sightseeing Options In Udaipur
City Palace
The well-fortified City Palace is a majestic white monument perched high up on a hill. The main entrance, a triple arched gate named the Tripolia, built in 1725, is a marvel worth seeing. The Suraj Gokhada, the Balcony of the Sun, where the Suryavanshi Maharanas of Mewar, presented themselves in times of trouble to the people to restore their confidence, is another fascinating monument. The Chini Chitrashala is noteworthy for its blue and white ceramics.

Saheliyon-ki-Bari

A spot once reserved for the royal ladies who strolled here, this well-planned garden is blessed with extensive and shady lawns on the banks of the Fateh Sagar Lake. The garden’s lotus pools and fountains show ancient science since they’ve been placed at a lower level than the Lake, thus being gravity-driven. The main fountain lies in the center on a white marble deck with black marble marking its four corners. On the western face are pavilions, delicately sculptured of black stone that are embraced by more fountains on all sides.

Fateh Sagar

Built by Maharana Fateh Singh, this elegant lake is surrounded on three sides by hills and the Pratap Memorial on the north. One can enjoy boat rides on the rippling waters, and row across to the Nehru Park – an island garden.

Jagdish Temple

Built in 1651 A.D, by Maharaja Jagat Singh I; it is the largest and most splendid temple in Udaipur.

Bharatiya Lok Kala Museum

This Indian folk arts museum displays a rich collection of folk dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls musical instruments and paintings.

Pichhola Lake

The legendary lake that entranced Maharana Udai Singh, is surrounded by hill palaces, temples, bathing ghats and embankments.

Festivals in Udaipur
 Mewar Festival
Mewar festival marks the advent of spring. It is held in March/ April suring the Gangaur festival in Udaipur. The two-day festivities are marked by boat processions – as well as a Shobha Yatra’ wherein elephants, camels, horses and folk artists are out on the streets.

Shilpgram Utsav

Shilpgram Utsav is a 10-day festival in December where visitors can buy an array of exquisite art and crafts.

 Shopping In Udaipur

Udaipur is known for its stylish paintings and delicate handicrafts. It is a paradise for Indian especially Rajasthani art and crafts lovers. You can find items like paintings, statuettes, marble carvings, metal furniture, silver jewelry, colorful fabrics and saris with traditional Batik or tie-and-dye prints, carpets, wooden stuffs, etc.

 Chetak Circle

Chetak Circle is a prominent shopping area of the city of Udaipur. Chetak Circle is visited by a large number of foreign and local tourists throughout the year. Covering a wide space in Udaipur, Chetak Circle makes a wonderful display of traditional Rajasthani items and goods. The shops of Chetak Circle perfectly combine the traditional and the cotemporary Rajasthani items and products.

Lake Palace Road

Many interesting textile stores line the busy Lake Palace Road, along with a good choice of local gift shops, selling colorful wooden statues of much-loved Hindu gods.

Bada Bazaar

Those shopping for either gold or silver jewellery will find that Udaipur’s popular Bada Bazaar is the place to come, also being well known for its extensive selection of fabrics and beautifully worked saris.


Hathi Pol

Hathi Pol (Elephant Gateway), is the south gateway of the City Palace. It is a good example of ancient Rajasthani architecture. It houses samll shops rich with traditional items which essentially grabs visitors attention.

Arts Galleries, Handicraft Emporiums, Museum

Rajasthali

It is a Rajasthan government emporium and promotes and markets the traditional handicrafts and artifacts of Rajasthan. You name any handicraft item and it is available here. You get here exquisite lamps, gems and jewelry, carpets, furniture, textiles and furnishings, blue pottery, “Sanganeri” and “Bagru” block print bed sheets, exquisite paintings. So if you are short of time and want to explore more, then for sure visit Rajasthali.

Sadhana Emporium

Sadhana Emporium is a Women’s Handicraft Enterprise. You can find here hand-stitched garments like Kurtas, Duppatas, Sarees etc. Homeware items like Bed Covers, Cushion Covers, Table Covers etc. Also other accessories like, bags, bangles, anklet, ear-rings, necklace etc.

Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum

It is one of the most famous museums of Udaipur, exhibiting the brilliant collection of folk articles of Rajasthan. This rare compilation varies from typical rural-dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk musical instruments, folk deities and paintings. The museum is comfortably located in the building of Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal near Chetak Circle in Udaipur city.

City Palace Museum
City Palace Museum has a remarkable collection of ancient sculptures, curios, antiques and inscriptions of the bygone era. Located inside the complex of City Palace, this museum is also known as Pratap Museum. As you enter the City Palace, the straight way will take you to this museum of artifacts. The entrance gate of the City Museum is known as Ganesh Deori, which means “Door of Lord Ganesha”.

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Udaipur

   

Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary

Located in the most rugged of the Aravali in Pali, Rajsamand and Udaipur districts of Rajasthan. It takes name after the impressive historic fort of Kumbhalgarh, which come into view over the Park. It is 578 sq Kms in area and at an altitude of 500 to 1,300m. It is home to a very large variety of wild life, some of which are highly endangered species. The wild life includes wolf, leopards, sloth bear, hyena, jackal, jungle cat, smabhar, nilgai, chaisingh (the four horned antelope), chinkara and hare.


Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Feel your adrenalin rising as you set out on adventure safaris to the Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary located at a distance of 5 kilometers from Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary Udaipur lies around the ancient Sajjangarh Palace, perched atop the Bansdara Hill. This wildlife reserve was established with the objective of preserving wild animals like Nilgai, Sambhar, Wild boars, Hyena, Panther, Jackal and a large number of birds and reptiles.
Visit the Jhar water hole or the Jiyan Sagar Lake to get a glimpse of the bustling wildlife at the Sajjangarh Wildlife Reserve in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. A great way to enjoy wildlife safaris at the Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary Udaipur is to embark on a nature trek through the forested and craggy Aravalli’s from the Gorilla Point to the Jiyan Sagar or the Bari Lake.

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Seven Steps to Burnout prevention

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Renew Your Life
 
It is said that it is our birthright to live a life filled with joy and happiness. Yet, in our day-to-day life, stress and hectic often dominate us and we have to be creative to ensure a healthy balance.

How can we assure that all parts of our being are nurtured: our body, mind and soul? How can we happily strive for fulfilment and success in our work, live a joyful and fulfilled relationship and family life and make enough space just for our self? Life is a journey as we all know and we have to overcome challenges and difficult situations. Unfortunately, there is the human tendency to do too much, to spend more time fixing the outer issues then taking care of us. The good news is that we have the chance to re-discover the greatness and beauty of our life again and again.

How do we prevent ourselves from burning away our precious time? Alexandra Kubica, burnout specialist at the Alpen-Karawanserai Time Design Hotel in Austria will teach in her upcoming Burnout Prevention programme “Alisanta – re-discover the lightness of being” from April 27 to May 11, how to stay away from wasting our days in the endless treadmill of often self inflicted stress and anxiety.

The first step is to watch out for the symptoms of an emerging burnout, both physical and emotional:
Physical signs and symptoms of burnout:
  • Feeling tired and drained most of the time

  • weak immune system, feeling sick a lot

  • Frequent headaches, back pain, muscle aches

  • Change in appetite or sleep habits

Emotional signs and symptoms of burnout:

  • Sense of failure and self-doubt

  • Feeling helpless, trapped, and defeated

  • Detachment, feeling alone in the world

  • Loss of motivation

  • Increasingly cynical and negative outlook

  • Decreased satisfaction and sense of accomplishment

7 Tips for Burnout Prevention:


1.     Think well of yourself. Acknowledge the good things you do every day in your life. Do not look for the big things but recognize your kindness, your willingness and your good will in every step you take. Be kind to yourself.

2.     Start the day with a relaxing ritual. Rather than jumping out of bed and going right into action, spend at least fifteen minutes meditating, writing in your journal, doing gentle stretches, or reading something that inspires you.

3.     Adopt healthy eating, exercising, and sleeping habits. When you eat right, engage in regular physical activity, and get plenty of rest, you have the energy and resilience to deal with life’s hassles and demands.

4.     Set boundaries. Don’t overextend yourself. Learn how to say “no” to requests on your time. If you find this difficult, remind yourself that saying “no” allows you to say “yes” to the things that you truly want to do.

5.     Take a daily break from technology. Set a time each day when you completely disconnect. Put away your laptop, turn off your phone, and stop checking email.

6.     Nourish your creative side. Creativity is a powerful antidote to burnout. Try something new, start a fun project, or resume a favourite hobby. Choose activities that have nothing to do with work.

7.     Learn how to manage stress. For instance, when you feel under pressure become aware of your thinking patterns. Why do you put yourself under pressure? Is there something you might be able to let go? Learning how to manage stress can help you regain your balance.

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Why Use A Travel Professional?

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