Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Stick with One Airline: Life “is” Greener on the Other Side
Last Updated on Monday, 21 February 2011 03:43
Written by ARtvKimatni
Monday, February 21st, 2011

We all have dreams of lying beachside along the Caribbean or Mediterranean Seas while the sun roasts our skin and Mojitos quench our thirst.  A cool breeze and a great novel wouldn’t hurt either. Or maybe the destination is business related and requires you to attend a car show in Tokyo or a fashion show in Paris. But no matter how deep the inception, we still have to get there by train, plane or automobile. And if it’s by plane, then by all means please stick to one airline or their corresponding partner alliance. (more…)

Tour Amsterdam & Stay at Hotel De L’Europe
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 December 2010 12:13
Written by ARtvKimatni
Thursday, December 16th, 2010

It’s interesting that I leave for Amsterdam this weekend and come across press info on Hotel De L’Europe. It’s a little too late to book my stay at the elaborate hotel, but I have been invited for lunch and a tour. Here is detailed information on the Dutch property.

Overview: Originally built in 1896, hotel De L’Europe is located in the heart of Amsterdam opposite Munt Tower, overlooking the Amstel River. Synonymous with refined taste and quiet elegance, De L’Europe is often referred to as the other “Royal Palace of Amsterdam,” continuing to attract the city’s power menagerie and an assortment of the world’s most celebrated names.


Touring Scotland in a Bentley Mulsanne: Quintessential Imagery
Last Updated on Sunday, 14 November 2010 10:52
Written by ARtvKimatni
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

“I’ll make the place famous,” a young conquistador once alleged regarding his intentions to rule the kingdom. Well, such a place does exist. The infamous Loch Ness in Scotland’s Highlands decidedly drew our attention to the province’s salient landscapes, romantic ruins, historical monster myths and conspicuous castles where we studied, rested, dined and danced. And why not romance the region in Bentley’s greatest achievement yet; a 5700-pound, hand-carved British statement that sails from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds and is grander than any achievement ever set forth by Parliament