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There is much more to traveling than just boarding a plane. It is a really fun, exciting experience. The possibilities for a dream vacation are without limit. Will there be a once in a lifetime trip waiting for you? The ideas in this article will get you started in planning a fantastic vacation.


Check out info on car service in london Make use of the E-tracking function that many travel websites provide. This can keep you updated on the cheapest travel methods. If a seat on a previously booked or tagged flight becomes available for a lower rate, the service will send you an email alert.

If a hotel is fully booked, you may still be in luck; ask for a room that is listed as out of service. Sometimes a hotel will classify a room as being out-of-service for minor cosmetic needs.

Throw a few clothespins into your suitcase. While they may not be something you would normally pack, clothespins can come in very handy.

You should know the tipping conventions for the bellboys and housekeepers. You should tip the bell hop around one dollar per bag that they carry. This will help ensure that you maintain a good relationship during your stay.

Are you traveling overnight via an airplane? Take some sleeping pills with you. A lot of people find it hard to sleep on planes, due to the unfamiliar surroundings, uncomfortable seats and aircraft noise. Take a sleep aid to help yourself get through a long flight much simpler. Always wait until you are safely in the air before taking your sleeping pill because delays can happen or planes can be grounded.

Request rooms on higher floors if one is available. Although it might seem inconsequential, burglars can access your room more easily if it’s on the first or ground floor. Request a room without sliding doors. The doors make these rooms easier for thieves to enter.

Be sure to bring plenty of bottled water when traveling out of the country. You can contract a variety of illnesses by drinking the unpurified water of other countries. You even need to use bottled water when you brush your teeth. Although it may seem inconsequential, you could get sick even from the small amount of water used when you brush your teeth.

Many airports have these, and they can provide valuable recreation time for your little ones. This makes delays seem far more manageable and can also make the wait more enjoyable for your children.

Stay aware of your belongings all the time while you are traveling. When carrying a purse, make sure you keep it tucked under your arm. Bags with easy-to-use zippers may appear tempting at first, but they are also tempting to criminals who want to steal your stuff. Consider these things when you are picking out your bag.

Many airports have added these to enhance waiting areas and provide a diversion and entertainment for young children while waiting for flights. You will be able to manage the delay much easier and have a happier traveling experience.

There are some overwhelming decisions to be made when planning to travel. However, with the right information and some good advice, you can plan a great trip with less stress. If you follow these suggestions, you will be able to easily make travel plans.

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  • Tesha Culkin 30th March 2013 at 6:59 am

    Words of writer from Holand.

    All places have your positive points and negatives, but in outside they maximize the positive points. However in Brazil they maximize the negative points.
    Here in Holand, the results of election take far time, because don´t have nothing automated. Have only one telephony company and: if you call complaining about service , your telephone can be temporarily disconected.
    In United States and Europe, nobody have habit of rolling the sandwich in a napkin, or wash the hands before eat. In bakeries, fairs and butchers of Europe, the attendants receive the money and with same dirty hand give bread or meat.
    In London, there is a famous place that sell fried potato wrapped in newspaper-and have many people in door.

    In Europe, no-smoking are minority. If you ask for no-smoking table, the waiter laughs in your face, because not exists. They smoking until in elevator.
    In Paris, the waiters are know for your bad humor and grossness and any waiter of pub of Brazil can go there to give class of “How to conquer a costumer”.
    You know how the great potencies make to destroy one people?Impose their beliefs and culture. If you stop to observe, in all movie of USA the national flag appears, and and usually the time when we are emotional…
    The brazilian people have a language, that despite not resemble the Portuguese language, is called of portuguese language, while the enterprises of software called it of brazilian portuguese, because they can not comunicate with your brazilians users across of Portuguese language.
    The data bellow are of Antropos Consuting:

    1-Brazil is the country that has most success in AIDS combat and of another diseases sexually transmitted,and has been world example.

    2- Brazil is the only country of south hemisphere that be participating of Genome Project.

    3- In a search involving 50 cities several countries, the city of Rio de Janeiro has been considered the most solidary.

    4- In elections of 2000, the system of Regional Electoral Court has been informatized in all regions of Brazil, with results in less of 24 hours after the begin of counting of votes. The model called the attention of one of biggest World potencies: the United States, where the counting of votes has that be redone many times, delaying the result and puting the credibility of process in doubt.

    5- Same being a country in development, the brazilians users represent one slice of 40 percent of market in Latin America.

    6-In Brazil, there are 14 plants of vehicles installed and others 4 being installing, while some neigbours countries don´t have.

    7- Of the childrens between 7 and 14 years-old, 97,3% are studing.

    8- The market of cellphones of Brazil is the second of the World, with 650.000 new habilitations each month.

    9-In fixed telephony the country ranked fifth in number of lines installed.

    10- Of the brazilian enterprises, 6890 have the quality certified ISO – 9000, most number among the countries in development. In Mexico, are just 300 enterprises and 265 in Argentina.

    11-The Brazil is the second biggest market of jets and helicopters executives.

    Why you don´t say about :

    1- The book market in Brazil is biggest that of the Italy, with most of 50.000 new titles each year?

    2- That Brazil have the most modern bank system of the planet?

    3-That your Advertising Agencies win the better World awards?

    4- Why don´t say that the Brazil is the country most enterprising of the World and that most of 70% of the brazilians ,poor and rich, devote a considerable portion of their time in volunteer work?

    5- Why you don´t say that Brazil is today the third biggest democracy of the World?

    6- That despite all the corruption, the congress be punishing your own members, what rarely happen in another countries who claim “CIVILIZATED”?

    So, Stop say bad of my country, because all places have your positives and negatives points!

    This is like envy
    hahahaha! I doubt “Good Guy”. You think that i don´t know of the gangs and crimes in USA? hahaha you don´t cheat me dude!

  • Luisa Dukeman 30th March 2013 at 9:52 am

    hii am 15 yrs old and i am doing a essay about england in 1750-1900 please can anyone help me..?

  • Arlette Gouveia 5th April 2013 at 2:08 am

    could you translate this text into serbian by tomorrow? please

    The London Stock Exchange Limited (LSE) is the world’s oldest stock exchange and one of the top three stock exchanges in the world, after the New York and Tokyo exchanges. Founded in 1773 and reincorporated as a private limited company in 1986, the LSE is also the world leader in international share trading. The LSE operates a number of market products, including the main board listing, featuring more than 3,000 companies and including over 500 international companies, as well as the secondary AIM (Alternative Investment Market), established in 1995 as a vehicle for trades in small, high-growth companies. More than 70 companies are listed on the AIM board. After launching the Stock Exchange Electronic Trading Services (SETS) in 1997, the LSE introduced a new listing, techMARK, tailored to the specific needs of the high-technology sector and designed to compete with the NASDAQ index. With a total equity turnover value of more than £3.5 billion, the LSE achieved gross revenues of £149.8 million in 1999. The LSE is led by Chairman John Kemp-Welch and CEO Gavin Casey.

    Founded in 1773, the LSE reflects more than 200 years of the development of share-based enterprise. The world’s first joint-stock company was created in the mid-16th century. Traditionally, companies were either owned by a single individual or through a partnership with two or more owners. While this arrangement sufficed for smaller businesses and stable market sectors, direct financial responsibility for riskier endeavors–such as the great trade exploration voyages of the period–were judged too precarious for an individual or limited group of investors. The organization of such a venture, that of a voyage to trace a northern sea route to the Far East from London in 1553, introduced the world’s first shareholder-based company. Selling shares to a larger number of investors reduced the financial risk for each individual investor, while enabling the company itself to raise the capital needed to fund its operations.

    This first joint-stock company failed to find a northern sea route to the Far East. However, a meeting with Russian tsar Ivan the Terrible brought the company the exclusive rights to trade between Russia and England. The Muscovy Company, as it came to be called, became a commercial success, rewarded its shareholders with large profits, and inspired the creation of new investment ventures. The Muscovy Company served as the model for future shareholder-based companies. Investors contributed capital funding, while direction of the company’s operations remained in the hands of its management. The investors, who were allowed to sell their holdings or buy more shares, were given dividends according to the company’s profits.

    As more companies were set up following the Muscovy model, a new profession came into being, that of the broker, who acted as a middleman for trades of shares, helping to boost not only the number of joint-stock companies but also the number of investors. Adding impetus to this movement was the foundation of the Bank of England as a joint-stock company by King William III in order to provide funding for England’s military campaign against France at the end of the 17th century. The shareholder system was given further support by legislation to limit and punish brokers for malpractice.

    By the 18th century, a flourishing “market” for shares was in place–so much so that the period marked the first stock market crash in 1720. While trading took place at the Royal Exchange through the middle of the century, the rowdy behavior–itself to become something of a tradition on the market floor–of certain brokers led to their exclusion. Instead of leaving the business, these brokers began meeting at Jonathan’s Coffee House and other coffee shops in the Threadneedle Street area of London. In 1760, some 150 brokers founded their own club to buy and sell stock at Jonathan’s. The following decade, in 1773, the members of the club changed its name to the Stock Exchange.

    As the individual broker members of the Stock Exchange began to establish brokerage firms, and the number of markets expanded, the Stock Exchange saw a need for new quarters. In 1801, the Stock Exchange began construction on a new building at what was to become its permanent London location. The following year, the Stock Exchange published a Deed of Settlement, formally outlining the operating rules and procedures of the stock market.

    If the original joint-stock companies were formed to provide funding for the many voyages of discovery, overseas trading, and foreign military campaigns, the shareholder-based company structure showed itself easily adaptable to the changing economic landscape of the 19th century. The Industrial Revolution, coupled with such major infrastructure undertakings as the building of a national railroad system, provided the basis for the modern period of shareholder-b

  • Jacqui Landolt 5th April 2013 at 6:26 pm

    1. Commenting on a complaint from a Mr. Arthur Purdey about a large gas bill, a spokesman for North West Gas said, “We agree it was rather high for the time of year. It’s possible Mr. Purdey has been charged for the gas used up during the explosion that destroyed his house.”
    (The Daily Telegraph)
    2. Police reveal that a woman arrested for shoplifting had a whole salami in her underwear. When asked why, she said it was because she was missing her Italian boyfriend.
    (The Manchester Evening News)
    3. Irish police are being handicapped in a search for a stolen van, because they cannot issue a description. It’s a Special Branch vehicle and they don’t want the public to know what it looks like.
    The Guardian)
    4. A young girl who was blown out to sea on a set of inflatable teeth was rescued by a man on an inflatable lobster. A coast guard spokesman commented, “This sort of thing is all too common”.
    (The Times)
    5. At the height of the gale, the harbourmaster radioed a coastguard and asked him to estimate the wind speed. He replied he was sorry, but he didn’t have a gauge. However, if it was any help, the wind had just blown his Land Rover off the cliff.
    (Aberdeen Evening Express)
    6. Mrs. Irene Graham of Thorpe Avenue, Boscombe, delighted the audience with her reminiscence of the German prisoner of war who was sent each week to do her garden. He was repatriated at the end of 1945, she recalled. “He’d always seemed a nice friendly chap, but when the crocuses came up
    in the middle of our lawn in February 1946, they spelt out ‘Heil Hitler.'”
    (Bournemouth Evening Echo)
    A list of actual announcements that London Tube train drivers have made to their passengers…
    1. “Ladies and Gentlemen, I do apologize for the delay to your service.
    I know you’re all dying to get home, unless, of course, you happen to be married to my ex-wife, in which case you’ll want to cross over to the Westbound and go in the opposite direction.”
    2. “Your delay this evening is caused by the line controller suffering from E & B syndrome: not knowing his elbow from his backside. I’ll let you know any further information as soon as I’m given any.”
    3. “Do you want the good news first or the bad news? The good news is that last Friday was my birthday and I hit the town and had a great time. The bad news is that there is a points failure somewhere betweenStratford and East Ham, which means we probably won’t reach our destination.”
    4. “Ladies and gentlemen, we apologise for the delay, but there is a security alert at Victoria station and we are therefore stuck here for the foreseeable future, so let’s take our minds off it and pass some time together. All together now…. ‘Ten green bottles, hanging on a wall…..’.”
    5. “We are now travelling through Baker Street…As you can see, Baker Street is closed. It would have been nice if they had actually told me, so I could tell you earlier, but no, they don’t think about things like that”.
    6. “Beggars are operating on this train. Please do NOT encourage these professional beggars. If you have any spare change, please give it to a registered charity. Failing that, give it to me.”

    7. During an extremely hot rush hour on the Central Line, the driver announced in a West Indian drawl: “Step right this way for the sauna, ladies and gentleman… unfortunately, towels are not provided.”
    8. “Let the passengers off the train FIRST!” (Pause.) “Oh go on then, stuff yourselves in like sardines, see if I care- I’m going home….”
    9. “Please allow the doors to close. Try not to confuse this with ‘please hold the doors open.’ The two are distinct and separate instructions.”
    10. “Please note that the beeping noise coming from the doors means that the doors are about to close. It does not mean throw yourself or your bags into the doors.”

    “We can’t move off because some idiot has their hand stuck in the door.”

    “To the gentleman wearing the long grey coat trying to get on the second carriage – what part of ‘stand clear of the doors’ don’t you understand?”

    “Please move all baggage away from the doors.” (Pause..) “Please move ALL belongings away from the doors.” (Pause…) “This is a personal message to the man in the brown suit wearing glasses at the rear of the train: Put the pie down, Four -eyes, and move your bl**dy golf clubs away from the door before I come down there and shove them up your a**e sideways!”

    “May I remind all passengers that there is strictly no smoking allowed on any part of the Underground. However, if you are smoking a joint, it’s only fair that you pass it round the rest of the carriage.”

  • Cleo Taubert 5th April 2013 at 7:25 pm

    Bus or public transportation. Who designed it the bus??

  • Thu Dad 7th April 2013 at 9:15 am

    Hi All:

    I am contemplating upgrading from my 2005 Toyota Corolla (which I bought second-hand) to one of the three below (this will also be second-hand):

    1.Mercedes C-class
    2.BMW 3-series
    3.Audi A-4

    I’ve seen a few threads on similar topics below so I know some of this might be repetitive but please bear with me.

    I am not a huge speed merchant and this is more for style and comfort as well as general driving pleasure. I am currently in London and the car is likely to be used mostly for city-driving during weekends and the odd long-distance trip. It will most likely be self-driven by me & my wife. I will drive it about 70% of the time and my wife will drive it about 30% of the time but all these are preliminary thoughts.

    I am interested in knowing the answers to the following questions:

    1. Which is the best car in terms of reliability, maintenance and general quality?
    2. Which is the best car for the use I’ve outlined above
    3. Within these families, which versions (petrol vs. diesel and which particular model) should I look at closely?
    4. Any serious maintenance related issues on any of these? How often do they need fixing / servicing (is it the advertised distance or is it far more often?)
    5. Whose multi-year unlimited mileage warranty is better? Each of them also talk about specific insurance packages but are any of them particularly great or poor?
    6. Is there any particular benefit to the FWD of the Audi vs. the RWD of the other two?
    7. Is there a specific reason to buy new vs. used? I’ve heard some horror stories about how even reputed dealers mess with the odometers and that you can never be sure on the mileage – how common is this?

    Thank you all in advance for your time and responses.