Mar 17th, 2010 |
Enterprise Hotel in Milan, a member of Epoque Hotels, is “eco-readapting” the structural components of the hotel by adjusting the illumination to the most modern technologies to the led or to low consumption, by foreseeing the diversified harvest for all the departments of the hotel, and by proceeding with periodic controls of the systems of filtration of the air and by featuring an ecological restaurant.
This important choice has allowed Enterprise Hotel Milan to deal with activities and projects that have involved all the hotel departments and that are leading Enterprise Hotel toward...
Article, Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips to Bologna
Mar 14th, 2010 |
In our previous post on Bologna we were not able to discuss the many important traits that make Bologna a truly great city to visit.
Fortunately, one of our reader was kind enough to share his knowledge with us. Below you will find our translation.
I’m a travel agent born and raised in Bologna. I now live near Parma, another wonderful city in the Emilia region, where I run a travel agency that deals with incoming tourism in our beautiful provinces of Emilia Romagna.
Besides what it’s been written here in the travelogue about Bologna, my birthplace, I need to add that this town is not only the...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips Milan and Genoa
Mar 11th, 2010 |
Where: Turin, Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
When: April 10th – May 23rd
The Shroud of Turin (Sacra Sindone), which usually goes on display once every 25 years, is programmed to go on display again in April 2010, just 10 years after its last public viewing. It will be just the 6th time in the past hundred years that the sacred relic will be seen in public.
It’s also the first time the devout, the curious and the incredulous will have the opportunity to see the Shroud since it underwent major restoration in 2002.
The 4.4 × 1.1m rectangular linen cloth is believed by many to be the...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips to Bologna
Mar 5th, 2010 |
The city of Bologna, the capital city of the Emilia-Romagna region in northern Italy, may as well be considered as a secondary tourist destination in Italy if compared to Rome, Florence and Venice. Yet, Bologna is a truly magical city emanating a unique atmosphere with its plentiful arcades, charming squares, quaint churches and indeed because there are not masses of tourists all around.
A cultural center since medieval times – the oldest existing University in the Western World was established here in 1088 – Bologna is also famous in Italy for its excellent culinary tradition: Bolognese sauce...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips New York
Feb 23rd, 2010 |
Courtesy of The Kimberly Hotel in New York, here are some useful tips on what to do in New York City:
The Kimberly Hotel is convenient to many of New York City’s famous landmarks.
Just three blocks from the Kimberly Hotel, guests can enjoy the world famous Rockefeller Center. Ice skating in the winter and spring months, tours of N.B.C. Studios, Top of the Rock Observation Deck (the glass elevator ride through time is fantastic) and Radio City Music Hall. From there, shop your way up Fifth Avenue. Henri Bendel, Harry Winston, Bergdorf Goodman, Sacks, Gucci, Tiffany, Prada, Chanel, Luis Vuitton,...