BOOKIT.There may be a credit crunch Credit Crunch
An economic condition whereby investment capital is difficult to obtain. Banks and investors become weary of lending funds to corporations thereby driving up the price of debt products for borrowers. , but rather than staying at home and sticking it out, Frontier Travel say there has never been a better time to travel to Canada.
Bargains on hotels, offers on flights and reasonable prices for food and entertainment in resorts and cities across the country are making this year a great value time to visit.
A four-night city break this summer to Toronto, staying in the four-star Sheraton Centre and including Air Canada scheduled flights starts from pounds 643 per person.
The hotel is in the heart of the city's entertainment district and steps away from the Eaton Centre
Eaton's, which was once Canada's largest department store chain, partnered with development companies throughout the 1970s and 1980s to shopping mall. The CN Tower and other sights, like the waterfront, are also close by.
A seven-night self-drive holiday of Nova Scotia starts at pounds 519, with flights from pounds 399 to Halifax. Guests can see the memorabilia from the Titanic in Halifax, the coastal splendour of Cape Breton and the pretty villages of Lunenburg and Annapolis Royal.
Contact Frontier Canada on 020 8776 8709 or visit www.frontier-canada.co.uk
Discover how to paint a portrait of yourself in chocolate at the world's first chocolate themed hotel.
1. One who makes or sells chocolate.
2. A place where chocolate is made or sold.
[French, from chocolat, chocolate, from Spanish chocolate Gerry Wilton, who owns and runs the unique Grade II listed Chocolate Boutique Hotel in Bournemouth, is running the classes.
And you will stay in chocolate themed rooms and indulge in the culinary art of making delicious Belgian truffles.
There are also chocolate fountains, a chance to learn all about the history of chocolate The history of chocolate is very diverse from its naming to its creation. Etymology
The name chocolate most likely comes from the Nahuatl language, indigenous to central Mexico, although it may have been influenced by the Mayan languages. and a chocolate bar, where you can treat yourself to a handmade chocolate cocktail.
You can even learn how to match chocolate with wine and spirits in a unique chocolate tasting session inspired by the famous Belgian chocolatier Laurent Gerbaud, who has created and produced a range of chocolates designed to be eaten and tasted with wines such as Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc, as well as mulled wines, dessert wines and malt whisky.
Find out more at www.thechocolateboutiquehotel.co.uk. For information on Gerry's Chocolate Delight workshops, which are held at venues across the country, go to www.chocolatedelight.co.uk
Taking the adventure-hungry to the hub of all things active, Adventure North Wales has teamed up with Wrexham and Shropshire Railways to offer an exhilarating package.
The one-stop-shop for accommodation, activities, train tickets and minibus min·i·bus
n. pl. min·i·bus·es or min·i·bus·ses
A small bus typically used for short trips.
a small bus
Noun 1. transfers, Adventure North Wales will be taking bookings for breaks running until November 2009. Prices start from pounds 265 per person based on a minimum of four people booking.
With easy access to sea, sand, mountain, forest and lake, the activities on offer in the relatively compact area of North Wales are endless. You can be sailing in the morning, white water rafting after lunch and mountain biking mountain biking Sports medicine A sport in which participants use specialized bicycles to navigate rough, steep trails covered with unforgiving rocks Injury risk Concussions, fractures, death. See Extreme sport, Novelty seeking behavior. in the early evening. The options are as vast as they are varied and Adventure North Wales can cater for every variation, now including train travel in the mix.
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at the Cardiff Hotel in Cardiff From award-winning beaches to the rugged mountain terrain of Snowdonia and the lush green forests of the Borderlands, the options for activity adventurers are endless.
For further information call 0845 365 4265 or visit www.adventure-northwales.com