Hotels-Paris.co.uk – Rock Out with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in Paris

Fans of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will be delighted to hear that the band are set to hit the stage in Paris in December.

The arrival of the band may be just the excuse that some music fans need to book a stay at hotels in Paris.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club was formed in San Francisco by Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes and have now released five albums to critical and commercial acclaim.

However, anyone who has seen the group play before may be surprised when they next see them, as Leah Shapiro has been brought in to play drums and had a real impact.

It was the new band member – who previously played for the Raveonettes – that helped come up with the name of the group’s latest long-player Beat The Devil’s Tattoo.

“Leah had given me a book of [Edgar Allan] Poe short stories and I’d immersed myself in it. The one phrase ‘Beat The Devil’s Tattoo’ leaped out at me though for some reason,” explained Been.

So there will be a new element to the band’s live performance for attendees from accommodation such as Hotel Antin Trinite Paris to watch out for, as Shapiro will no doubt alter their stage presence as well.

Doors open at 18:30 local time, with the action kicking off at 19:00.

Admission costs €30.70 (£26.85) and tickets can be purchased online or at the box office.

For more information on this event visit the Elysee Montmartre website or contact the venue on +33 01 44 92 45 47.

Hotels-Paris.co.uk offers a wide variety of accommodation in Paris, such as the Hotel De France Lyon Bastille.

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TravelSpec Reveals Brits Are Banking On A Summer Holiday

A survey by TravelSpec reveals that Brits are saving money this Christmas, but most will go over their holiday budget in Summer.

Brits are at the old saving game again this Christmas, with over 58% of people saying that they are canceling budget busting parties and extravagant presents for a more cost effective holiday season.

The poll findings – From a recent OnePoll.com survey commissioned by TravelSpec.com, a flight comparison website that supplies cheap flights to MiamiFlights to LondonFlights to Chicago and cheap flights to Paris – revealed that the majority of Brits will be cutting back on the big budget Christmas celebrations this year.

These recent finding come as no surprise after the Government took drastic steps to try to decrease the UK’s massive debt. The cuts to the Department for Tourism and the Governments promise to raise domestic flight tax may explain why domestic flight traffic has dropped by 3%.

Due to the drop in British tourism the average cost of a British holiday has risen leaving Brits to pay through their noses for a holiday in their own country.

86% of Brits said that they would not give up their holiday in the sun. Even though brits are cutting costs, 94% of Brits will still go up to £500 over budget when they go on holiday. It is probably no surprise that Heathrow airport recorded its busiest September ever this year, proving that people are getting out of the country for at least a week.

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See The Next Generation Of Musicians At Avant Scenes In Paris

The Avant Scenes contest in Paris offers a generation of young musicians the chance to impress audiences in the French capital.

It sees two days of examinations and two lunchtime concerts take place at the city’s Musee d’Orsay, with visitors invited to watch the talented youngsters at work.

Guests at Paris hotels may even catch a glimpse of a future star of classical music during proceedings, as each participant shows the judges – and the audience – what they are capable of.

The first series of performances will be held on Saturday November 20th 2010, with sessions starting at 10:00, 12:00, 14:30 and 17:30 local time.

Visitors from accommodation such as Novotel Paris Est will be able to see musicians showcase concertos, oratorios, masses and concert arias over the course of the day.

The second session takes place on Sunday November 21st and involves youngsters performing a sonate, lieder or song from 11:00 and 14:00.

To attend either of these days in the Auditorium Level -2 is free, but the venue will charge €12 (£10.50) for people to see the winners of the Avant Scenes competition on December 14th or 17th at 12:30.

Visitors should consider checking out the museum’s art collection while they are at the building, with the intriguing Everyone is a Collector! exhibition on display until January 30th 2011.

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Find the Best Hire Car Bargains this Autumn at Carrentals.co.uk Both in the UK and on the Continent

Wherever the UK public on a city break or a week’s holiday this autumn, Carrentals.co.uk the leading price comparator for car hire, is helping tourists save money. Those looking for a city break in the UK or a sunny holiday on the continent for a week can find cheap car hire on the website, in thousands of different locations.

Whether it is a work trip or a week-long holiday, Carrentals.co.uk can help the UK public the best car hire deals around and save some money. With an autumn break looming, Brits are looking to get away in the sun on the continent, and by saving money on cheap car rental, they can enjoy their holiday more as their budget will be larger from the savings.

The website has a built-in price comparison service which shows the best 50 car hire prices on the web. Those Brits who want the best value, the best choice and an easy, convenient transaction can get that very easily by using the website.

Gareth Robinson, the managing director of Carrentals.co.uk commented: “By saving money on cheap car rentals this autumn, people can increase their spending power on holiday and have a much more enjoyable time. Wherever they travel to, there will be some great deals to take advantage of”.

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Fife Hotel Provides Venue For Corporate Team Building Events

Team Spirit is the order of the day for two leading Fife businesses which have joined forces to provide companies with the opportunity to harness the skills of their workforce through fun and creative thinking challenges.

The four star, Best Western Keavil House Hotel in Dunfermline provides the venue for Team Challenge Company to demonstrate how productivity and, in turn, profitability can be improved through high calibre team building events.

Whether indoors or outdoors, events can be tailored to meet clients’ specific requirements, often involving group working and problem solving.

Alistair Bruce, General Manager of the hotel said, “In the current climate, where many businesses have restructured leaving them with tighter staffing and teams that may not have worked together before, team building is invaluable. Employee effectiveness and productivity is being scrutinised: management need to know their teams are pulling together in the best way possible.

“We have seen the effect of Team Challenge Company expert instruction, and are delighted to work with them to create opportunities not only for local Fife business, but for organisations nationwide. Keavil is based only 20 minutes from Edinburgh airport and near the motorway network, so easily accessible from across UK”.

Team events on offer include ‘Trade to Win’ where teams are given the responsibility of saving their company through the planning, design, production and launching of a new rocket prototype; or Create, Design, Deliver where each team are challenged to create and design a story board, then produce, direct and deliver a unique short advertising campaign with limited resources and time constraints.

The results are improved confidence and loyalty; increased awareness of skills; identification of limitations; and improved communication within an organisation. The company website www.teamchallenge-company.co.uk offers ideas for events to target specific work related issues.

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Cheaphotelbookings.com Shares Details of Northern and Southern Hotel Deals

Cheaphotelbookings.com is a famous website renowned for helping tourists find best value deals for hotels throughout the UK. Now available on the website are a great range of autumn deals for hotel rooms.

The top travel accommodation site helps people find cheap hotel rooms within the UK and even a wealth of destinations around the world at a simple click of a button. The site is easy and quick to use which saves people time when searching for the perfect hotel as well as money. Travellers who access the leading website will find there are more than 20,000 hotel rooms available around the world which they can choose from.

During the current autumn months, those visiting Cheaphotelbookings.com will find they are able to enjoy stays in a wealth of hotels in some of the UK’s top destinations. At the website those looking for hotel rooms in London will find there are many bargain deals for Convent Garden hotels, which is just the thing for those who would like to view a show in the capitals Theatreland.

Should travellers prefer hotels that boast that great outdoors feel, there are also many fantastic deals available at Cheaphotelbookings.com within top seaside destinations. There are now many cheap hotels Scarborough for travellers to choose from, which is great for those who want to sample the nations most loved dish of fish and chips.

The spokesperson for Cheaphotels.com, Sarah Lewis revealed, “We have a great deal of hotel bargains for travellers this autumn especially since many people like to take a break this time of year between summer ending and the approach of Christmas. Examples of hotel bargains we have include those in Scarborough which are ideal for those looking for a seaside location and London, perfect for those seeking culture.”

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Let Your Imagination Run Wild At Murakami Versailles In Paris

Artist Takashi Murakami is inviting Paris hotel guests to enjoy what he has created in an exhibition entitled Murakami Versailles.

He is widely known around the world for his colourful and intriguing artwork, but here the canvas he had to work with was Chateau de Versailles in Paris.

Commenting on the display, which is available to view until December 12th 2010, Murakami described himself as being like the Cheshire Cat, with the castle representing wonderland.

He said: “For a Japanese like me, the Chateau de Versailles is one of the greatest symbols of Western history. It is the emblem of an ambition for elegance, sophistication and art that most of us can only dream of.”

In his opinion, this makes the building seem like it is part of a tale about a far away land.

No doubt many art enthusiasts staying in accommodation such as Hotel Des Arts Pariswill have had their interest piqued by this fascinating creator, who is well known for mixing high art with more low-brow, commercially-successful concepts.

Tickets to enter the palace at Chateau de Versailles and view the exhibition cost€15 (£13.30) each, but there are various other combination passes that will allow people to view other parts of the estate or related landmarks.

Opening hours are from 09:00 to 18:30 local time every day except Monday, when the building is closed.

For more information on this event visit the Chateau de Versailles website or contact the venue on +33 01 30 83 78 00.

Hotels-Paris.co.uk features a wide variety of accommodation in Paris, such as the Kyriad Brancion Hotel Paris.

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Admire the Talent at Paris Photo While on Holiday

Paris Photo kicks off in November in the French capital and is set to wow the crowds with its collection of stunning pictures.

While Paris has no shortage of galleries and art exhibitions, this occasion stands head and shoulders above many of them thanks to the presence of a variety of international gallery representatives.

It has been running since 1997 and focuses on modern and contemporary photography from up to 100 different institutions around the world.

The event will be taking place from November 18th to 21st and is sure to entice plenty of enthusiasts to book a hotel in Paris, so that they can attend the show and perhaps purchase a work of art.

According to the organisers, there will be a month-long celebration of photography in the French capital during the month, which Paris Photo is happy to be a part of.

“Paris Photo also turns the spotlight on the central Europe scene, reveals new talents through awards and competitions and offers a rich programme of events and encounters,” they added.

Among the many exhibitors due to show off their prints to guests from accommodation such as the Hotel Darcet Paris will be several UK organisations, including Eric Franck Fine Art, Steidl and Phaidon.

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2011 Voyages Aboard the Cruise Ship Ocean Countess

Cruises from Hull, Newcastle, Leith and Liverpool are just some of the ‘no-flying’ cruise aboard Ocean Countess being offered by Newmarket Holidays in 2011.

Following on from 2010’s hugely successful inaugural season, the new Ocean Countess 2011 cruises programme once again offers exciting holidays at great value prices.

For the 2011 season, Ocean Countess first sets sail from regional ports around the UK in early spring. The first voyage is a weekend ‘taster’ from Tilbury to Hull, via Amsterdam, is followed by a 14-night cruise from Hull in search of the fabled Northern Lights. This two-week cruise kicks off an extensive programme of cruises from Hull that sees Ocean Countess visit the Nordic cities of Copenhagen and Demark; skirt the shores of Northern France, Guernsey and Amsterdam on a nostalgic Wartime Memories voyage; take a 10-day cruise round Britain in Bloom; and make four, week-long voyages to the Norwegian Fjords with a fjords cruise from Newcastle. As spring turns into summer, a second ‘Round Britain’ cruise, a further visit to the fjords and a 13-day cruise through the Baltic to St Petersburg round off the Hull cruise programme.

Leaving Hull, the Ocean Countess cruise heads north for a series of Cruises from Newcastle that includes a quartet of fjords voyages – the last returning to the Edinburgh port of Leith – and a return visit to the Baltic Cities.

High summer sees Ocean Countess offering cruises from Leith to the Baltic Cities and the Norwegian Fjords, as well as a short voyage, returning to Liverpool, to the Shetlands, Faeroes and Hebrides.

The Merseyside port becomes ‘home’ for Ocean Countess from late summer 2011, with cruises from Liverpool including a nine-day Fjordland Splendour voyage, a 10-day‘Round Britain’ sailing and a 13-day ‘sunshine cruise’ south to Spain and Portugal in mid-September.

Ocean Countess has received excellent reviews during her first season, and Andy Jones, Newmarket’s Ocean Cruise Director, is pleased to be offering the programme of cruises from regional ports for a second time. “Being able to offer cruises from Hull, for example, makes such a difference to our customers,” says Jones. “Passenger feedback from the ship has been good – and people really appreciate the ‘no-flying’ aspects and the regional departures on Ocean Countess.”

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Remember Britpop with Suede Gig in Paris

Tourists heading to Paris this autumn should book tickets to see veteran indie band Suede when they take to the stage in the French capital.

People can reconnect with their Britpop roots and enjoy a cracking night out when the group play at the Elysee Montmartre on Sunday November 28th.

The Mercury Prize winners were hailed as a breath of fresh air when they first appeared on the music scene and their back catalogue includes some of the great albums of their genre, such as Dog Man Star.

With the band all set to release a best-of record at the beginning of November, hotel Paris audiences can expect to hear plenty of highlights of the group’s musical career.

Among the tunes that people may be looking forward to hearing are classic songs like Animal Nitrate, Trash and Beautiful Ones.

The evening is sure to be great fun for enthusiasts heading to the gig from accommodation such as the Hotel Faubourg Paris, with doors set to open at 18:30 local time.

Admission costs €36.20 (£31.80), with passes available to purchase online or at the complex’s box office.

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One and Two Week Car Bookings Still Good Regardless of the Downturn in The Economic Climate

Despite a tough year due to the economic downturn, consumers throughout the UK have not let it stop them taking holidays. The reports came from Carrentals.co.uk which is a top comparison website for car rentals, and they stated that the third quarter had seen more bookings for one and two weeks.

The reports were based on car rentals that were booked by UK consumers from July to September 2010, the statistics showed that 22% of cars were booked for seven days, and 8% for 14 days, both had in the last 12 months gone up by 1%.

There were also several trends that were shown from the results found by Carrentals.co.uk such as many who had taken a break for the weekend decided to change it into a slightly longer mini break. Over the past 12 months two to three day rentals had dropped from 20% to 18%, however there were increases of 3% for four to five day bookings that took up 17% of the bookings total.

Gareth Robinson of Carrentals.co.uk says, “As the number of one and two week rentals for hire car has gone up we can see that holidays are still vital to Brits despite the economic state. Four and five day bookings are now around the same as those booked for two and three days as many are extending their weekend breaks needing cars for longer.”

“With pressure from cutbacks from the government and rising fuel costs many people are taking short holidays in an attempt to switch off and get away. Consumers are able to use our leading website to compare a huge selection of great car hire deals for their breaks away.”

Carrentals.co.uk is one of the UKs leading car hire comparison sites and features some great deals for many famous operators such as Auto Europe, Alamo, Budget, Sixt and Holiday Autos. To compare car hire deals visit www.carrentals.co.uk.

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Have the Experience of a Lifetime with Evita in Zurich on 9 November 2010

“Evita” is coming to Switzerland! The unforgettable musical from “Phantom of the Opera” legend Andrew Lloyd Webber will be arriving in Zurich on the 9th of November 2010, and running every night until the 21st of the month. Taking place at Theater 11 on Thurgauerstrasse 7 Road, the musical show also includes dinner for groups with fifteen or more people in attendance. The show starts at 7.30pm every night, except for Sunday when it begins at 6.30pm, with a matinee performance commencing at 3.30pm on Saturday afternoons and 2.30pm on Sundays.

The musical show depicts the rise and fall of Argentina icon Eva Peron, and is written by Tim Rice with music by the famous Mr. Lloyd Webber. The show has won 15 highly prestigious theatre awards and achieved an international number one smash success with the song “Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”, as well as being made into a massively successful motion picture starring pop icon Madonna.

Stars from London’s West End help make up the impressive ensemble cast of the Zurich show, together with a live orchestra and it is sure to be a heavily attended event.

Zurich hotels are sure to be in demand for the duration, and so Lek Boonlert, Head of Marketing for DirectRooms, advises people to book early. “This is one show you don’t want to miss, and you want to ensure your accommodation is as close as possible to the theatre, so book today!”

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Butlins Magazines And Brochures Are Shortlisted For The APA Awards

Butlins, one of the most famous family holidays brands in the UK, has had three publications nominated in the 2010 International Customer Publishing Awards run by the Association of Publishing Agencies (APA).

In the Best Travel & Leisure category, Butlins has been shortlisted twice – for Your Family magazine, produced by John Brown Publishing, and August Media’s Butlins Weekender ‘brozine’. The Butlins 2010 Family Brochure, also produced by August Media, has been shortlisted for Best Brochure of the Year and August Media editor Donna Hardie has received an Editor of the Year nomination for her work on Butlins Weekender.

Jae Hopkins, Butlins Brochure Manager, says; “This is brilliant recognition of the quality of our publications, and the way we communicate with our guests. It’s testament to the hardworking team at Butlins and how our publishers have succeeded in understanding our brand and guests.”

Mark Lonergan, Managing Director at August Media, comments: “This is our fifth year working on Weekender and our third with the Butlins Family Brochure. We are incredibly proud to work with such a fantastic organisation, together creating two extremely successful publications.”

Dean Fitzpatrick, Managing Director at John Brown Media, said: “Butlins is a great magazine to work on as there is so much affection for the brand, both from the people who work for the company and from guests. We’ve tried to build on this sense of enjoyment and community by taking readers behind the scenes, introducing them to team members, showing them what other guests love about Butlins and generally providing content that’s fun, positive, inspiring and reassuring.”

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Travellers are Rewarded by Switching to HostelBookers

HostelBookers is today launching a great promotion, offering customers of Hostelworld the chance to receive a 50% deposit refund when they make their first booking with HostelBookers. But to show appreciation to their current customers, they are also offering the same deal to 1,000 randomly selected HostelBookers’ customers too. For more details visit www.hostelbookers.com/gives-back-to-travellers/.

HostelBookers is 8.7% cheaper than Hostelworld**, they don’t apply a service charge or booking fee, and offer a lowest price guarantee, which will pays customers double the difference if they find the same deal cheaper elsewhere ***. By offering these assurances to customers, the HostelBookers promotion highlights several reasons why their customers remain loyal to the budget accommodation specialist.

David Smith, CEO at HostelBookers, states: “This promotion is a great opportunity for customers both new and old to fall in love with HostelBookers and to realise that we have the best deals and rewards. We believe that HostelBookers represents the best value for money for budget travellers and this promotion is part of our ongoing efforts to engage and support them.”

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Brits Think the Obese Should Pay Double to Fly

A recent survey of more than 6000 UK holidaymakers has shown that more than 70% would like to see overweight passengers charged more if they impose on somebody else’s space.

TravelSpec has revealed that more than 70% of British holidaymakers believe that overweight passengers should be made to pay for extra seats on flights.

With obesity in the UK on the rise and restrictions on luggage allowances becoming tighter, a survey showed that 75% of men and 68% of women believe passengers who overspill into their neighbours area should be forced to pay for both seats.

Men prove to be more damning than women, with only 25% of male travellers conceding that obesity is embarrassing enough without having to pay for the privilege, compared to 32% of women.

The findings from a recent OnePoll.com survey commissioned by TravelSpec.com a flight comparison site that supplies cheap flights to Miamiflights to Londonflights to Chicago and cheap flights to Paris reveal that a lack of space on flights is the greatest cause of contention for UK travellers. When asked what they dislike most about flying, 32% of respondents stated a lack of leg room and mobility.

The research further revealed that crying babies and restless passengers were also aggravating for UK travellers. When it comes to those they would least like to sit next to on a flight, a resounding 67% of respondents cited people with body odour.

However, despite their reported discomfort while flying, only 13% of respondents said they would pay to upgrade to first class. Not surprising given that more than 70% of people are currently spending less than £500 per person on a weeks holiday.

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Check Out Paper Museums at Paris’s the Louvre

The Louvre in Paris is currently showcasing Paper Museums, which reveals the documents and tools of antiquarians in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Running until January 3rd 2011, this is sure to entice plenty of history enthusiasts to take a trip to the famous arts space from their Paris hotel.

While the focus of the display is centred on the collections of images and documents held by famous antiquarians, there will also be a selection of tools and instruments on show.

According to the organisers of the exhibition, such objects paved the way for the academic disciplines of archaeology and art history.

“Antiquarians in the 17th and 18th centuries often compiled their knowledge in imposing figurative books of antiquities, like ‘paper museums’ that displayed, through engravings and drawings, a significant number of classical works,” they explained.

Some of the documents in the collection will show attendees how such academics classified pieces of art, while others will demonstrate the effect that their efforts had on culture at the time.

The exhibition is included in the price of a normal entrance pass – costing €9.50 (£8.30) – to the Louvre and can be found on the first floor of the Sully Wing, in the Chapelle Room.

People can visit the arts space from 09:00 local time every day – except Tuesday, when it is closed – with the building closing at 22:00 on Wednesdays and Fridays, and 18:00 every other day of the week.

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The Water Festival Comes to Phnom Penh from 20 to 22 November 2010

The Water Festival in Phnom Penh is a three-day event and is one of the most important celebrations for the Cambodian people. The city has a carnival atmosphere throughout and the different events are sure to attract thousands of people to the city. The festival runs from the 20th to the 22nd of November 2010.

Spectators will line the streets and the river, so getting there early is a good idea. The celebrations are free to watch and give visitors the opportunity to experience many aspects of the Cambodian culture, from music to food. Different locations across the city will be used to host events and there is something for everyone.

Lek Boonlert, the Head of Marketing at DirectRooms.com, said, “Those looking for hotels in Phnom Penh during the time of the annual water festival are best advised to book early. The festival attracts a massive amount of people to an already busy area and hotels and other accommodation are likely to be at full capacity. Avoiding disappointment is the best way to a stress free break.”

Phnom Penh is a popular and vibrant city any time of the year, but during special festivals such as this, it really comes alive. Visiting during one of these festivals is an ideal way to see the culture of a country one would not normally see. Hotels are easy to find and there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. The city’s excellent public transport links make getting around easier and sightseeing a whole lot more fun.

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Nice Sings in Tune to the 14th Edition of Manca Festival 2010

The 14th edition of the Manca Festival would be held from 13th – 21st November 2010 to the delight of music fans from the region, France and the neighboring countries. Organized by the Centre National de Création Musicale de Nice with the objective of introducing and enhancing the popularity of contemporary music, the festival brings together talented musicians from all corners of the world. Thousands of music fans are expected to crowd the venues and making last-minute booking for Nice hotels may prove to be a challenge.

Manca, which stands for “Musiques Actuelles Nice Côte d’Azur”, offers an amazing array of music genres ranging from the classical to contemporary. The main objective of the festival is to focus on ensuring the continuity of the artistic movement of contemporary music. Throughout the festival, visitors can enjoy a repertoire of musical performances as well as theatrical and dance shows, film screenings and exhibitions. With different offerings every night and some in the afternoon, they would certainly be spoilt for choice. This year, music fans would be treated to the compositions of Philippe Leroux which would open the festival with ‘We Continue’, a part written for a complete orchestra.

Lee Lai Huat, CEO of HolidayCity.com and a fan of contemporary music said, “Nice is the place to be in November especially for lovers of music everywhere. With an interesting and eclectic offering of different performances throughout the festival, visitors get to experience a range of musical genres such as ensemble music, soloists and large orchestras. There would also be something for the younger crowd with the Mini-Manca Festival, which includes concerts, shows and gatherings in schools and culture centers.” He went on further to remark, “The excitement continues with Manc’Art Design, an exhibition on musicgraph. With hundreds of music fans expected to visit the festival, it would be better to make booking for Nice accommodation in advance.”

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The Chemical Industry Will Descend On Dubai This November For The First Ever Chemspec Middle East event, Taking Place In The Dubai World Trade Centre

The event is an opportunity for representatives of chemical companies from around the world to come together and share their exciting new developments, new products and practices as well as to network and enjoy the company of other professionals from the chemical field.

Organised by the publishers of Speciality Chemicals Magazine the Chemspec Middle East show is the latest development in a series of worldwide trade exhibitions and it is hoped the new choice of venue will offer some exciting opportunities to visitors and exhibitors as well as placing the fast growing Middle Eastern city firmly on the map of global chemical consumerism. Representatives from companies in fields as diverse as cosmetics, crop pesticides, plastics and pharmaceutical solutions are expected to attend the two-day event on November 29th and 30th.

Lek Boonlert, Head of Marketing at DirectRooms.com, said: “Dubai is a great city and well equipped to cater to the differing needs of the many people likely to be travelling to the Chemspec event in November. However, popular accommodation and the best hotels Dubai has to offer can fill up quickly so it is important that anyone planning on travelling to this event arrange their accommodation in advance in order to ensure they obtain the best out of their stay.

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VroomVroomVroom Launches Quest for Ultimate Aussie Road Trip. iPad Up For Grabs

Road Trip Fans can win a brand spankin’ new Ipad, just by voting, as new look VroomVroomVroom.com.au settles the argument once and for all and puts Australia’s favourite road trip route on the map!

VroomVroomVroom.com.au this week launches its new, simpler design, new Crazy Dollar Deals and the ultimate quest to find Australia’s all time favourite road trip.

  • The new Crazy Dollar Deals mean bargain hunters can now compare city to city car rental deals and find rental cars from one little dollar a day!
  • The new look site now makes it even easier to compare and book the best rental car deals
  • Road Trippers could win a new Ipad just by “liking” their favourite road trip at www.VroomVroomVroom.com.au “VroomVroomVroom’s business is to make car rental easier and cheaper. The new design and dollar deals takes easier and cheaper to whole new level” said Richard Eastes, the Brisbane based owner. To have a shot at that Ipad, road trippers should visit http://www.vroomvroomvroom.com.au/BestRoadTrip/ and vote for their favourite trip!