English is a language of the West Branch of the German group of languages in the Indo-European), were imported to England by the languages invasion of many people in the 6th century. Transmitted throughout the English colonialism in the boom period of the British Empire, from the British Isles through Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, the United States and some English becomes "sub-language" most important and increasingly more people learn to use.
Tokyo is one of the world's leading metropolises,
and certainly one of the most orderly and
fascinating with its mixture of ancient Japanese
traditions and the modern Japan's success and use
of technology – as a tourist you won't find
anything like it anywhere else in the world.
30 million people live in the region of Tokyo, and
everywhere you go there are people - the Japanese
seem to be out and about 24 hours a day, but
somehow it's never too crowded or chaotic.
China is known as the Middle Kingdom or the
Central Kingdom and its central point is the capital,
Beijing. Chinese culture has developed in the
different areas of the nation over thousands of years
and since the emperors took up residence in Beijing
and made it the capital city, it has been favored with
one fantastic building after another. Today, after the
fall of the empire, tourists and the general populace
are admitted to the opulent palaces, the temples and
all the places where the emperors once made their
Birmingham is England’s second largest city, and
the tourists will find a comfortable city, which is tied
to the surrounding region through the many canals,
which were dug at the time when the city was the
first proper industrial city of the world.
The industrial history is a fascinating part of
Birmingham’s identity, and in the city as well as the
in the vicinity you can get a closer look at the first
steps man took towards the efficient large-scale
industry we know today
Like Varna, Burgas is located by the Black Sea,
however in the southern part of Bulgaria. The area
is known to be blessed with sun, warm weather,
and lovely sandy beaches.
Sunny Beach is the largest resort by the coast and
the destination is, thus, an obvious choice for
many visiting tourists as are the other great resorts
here with a range of entertainment offers. From all
resorts, it is a short trip to the big city life in
Burgas or other attractions.
Rome is the Eternal City, to which tourists will come back again and again to make new discoveries. As the centre of the Roman Empire, Rome's history is second to none, and everywhere around the 7 hills of Rome this becomes apparent. All roads lead to Rome; and just as well, because going there once is not enough. The Romans, the climate, the history and the gastronomy make for a lovely southern atmosphere to be remembered forever.
Århus, the capital of Jutland, has for centuries been
central to the trade in Western Denmark. Århus is
the second-largest city in Denmark and one of its
cultural centres in addition to its commercial status –
a combination tourists benefit from.
Århus city centre is very atmospheric, with lovely
shopping streets and beautiful buildings, ranging
from the Middle Ages to present-day architectural
New Zealand, with its natural beauty and modern
cities, is a particularly pleasant country for tourists.
Most of the more than four million citizens reside
on the northern island where the largest city,
Auckland, and the capital, Wellington, are situated.
Both cities offer the tourist an abundance of sights,
not least the beautiful surrounding landscape, which
almost makes people refer to New Zealand as its
own mini-continent in terms of its nature
Nice is the main city on the French Riviera, and who
does not immediately associate the name with palm
trees, a hot sun and nice beaches? With its beautiful
location on the Baie des Anges, Nice is a good
starting point for trips along the coast or into the
Nice has attracted tourists for centuries, and it is
possible that the Romans started tourism as early as
2,000 years ago by building the Roman baths, which
can still be seen in the Ciniez quarter.
Shanghai has great historic attraction. It is one of the
largest Chinese cities; a lively and interesting
metropolis. Shanghai is one of China’s economic
locomotives, something that shows quite clearly in
the city streets, which function as a showcase to the
world of Chinese progress and increasing wealth
within the global economy. For tourists, this means a
number of fascinating skyscrapers and exciting
modern architecture, not least along the city’s harbor
where the Pudong district rises up impressively
opposite the old city center....
Although there is plenty of literature on destination planning and development of facilities (Inskeep,
1991 and 1994; Pearce, 1989; Gunn, 1994; Davidson and Maitland, 1997), there are few textbooks
examining destination marketing (Heath and Wall, 1992; Goodall and Ashworth, 1988) and even
fewer illustrate destinations as an experience-provider for tourists and locals (Ryan, 1997 and 1991a).
This is also reflected in the academic literature published in journals and other scientific publications.
Varna is the largest city on the pleasant Black Sea
coast in Bulgaria. The town centre is located in
vicinity of the miles long sand beaches that this
region is so well known for. Many tourists visiting
the region stay in a holiday destination such as
Golden Sands, and from here it is only a short trip
to the many sights in Varna and other interesting
places and landmarks in the region.
Destinations offer an amalgam of tourism products and services, which are consumed under the
brand name of the destination. Leiper (1995, p.87) explains that destinations are places towards
which people travel and where they choose to stay for a while in order to experience certain
features or characteristics-a perceived attraction of some sort. Cooper et al (1998) define
destinations as the focus of facilities and services designed to meet the needs of the tourists.
Destinations in authentic (often Third World) countries are often off the beaten track. Tourists
enjoy authentic experiences in places which have experienced limited tourism development.
Emerging destinations in Asia, South America and Africa attract a small number of adventurous
tourists who are prepared to forego their comfort in order to interact with local communities and
unspoiled surroundings. Although these regions may develop at a later stage to mass tourism
destinations, they need to be planned properly in order to sustain their resources.
Having been born and educated in Scotland, and possessing a tolerable acquaintance with its History and
Literature, the Author of the following Work felt that he had some facilities for giving to the people of this
country a just idea of his native Land. The plan of his work is somewhat new, combining in a larger degree,
than he has hitherto seen attempted, descriptions of Scenery, with Literary and Biographical Sketches,
portraitures of character social and religious, incidents of travel, and reflections on matters of local or general
Unrecorded alcohol refers to alcohol that is not taxed and is outside the usual system of
governmental control, because it is produced, distributed and sold outside formal channels.
Unrecorded alcohol consumption in a country includes consumption of homemade or
informally produced alcohol (legal or illegal), smuggled alcohol, alcohol intended for industrial
or medical uses, alcohol obtained through cross-border shopping (which is recorded in a
different jurisdiction), as well as consumption of alcohol by tourists.
Let me back up a little. Well, maybe a lot, because thisbook actually started in 1987, when I divorced, gave every-thing away (no storage), and took off with a backpack to starta new life. My kids had left home, my husband was an ex,and it was ﬁnally “my time.” I no longer wanted to live in onetiny dot on the giant map of the world. I wanted to explore, toadventure, to connect with the diversity of life on earth. I wasready to live my dream
English for International Tourism is a multi-level course for students who need English for professional communication in the hotel and tourism industries. Illustrated with material from Dorling Kindersley’s Eyewitness Travel Guide series and authentic material from companies within the tourist industry this, the intermediate level book, presents effective communication strategies for workplace situations such as giving advice, taking bookings and dealing with complaints.
Our friendly, expert authors get you ready to roll with practical advice, whether you're a novice or experienced RVer. From buying or renting your rig to how to outfit it, you'll get essential info. When you're on the road, there are 14 trips that cover the country from coast to coast, whether you want to enjoy lobster in Maine or get your kicks on Route 66.
Brian Snow is a river guide on the Columbia River. Typically brian takes tourists around 30 to 80 miles upriver. Round trip takes anywhere from 2 to 8 hours before returning to dock. Brian has noted that overall fuel costs vary based on “miles upriver” and he is considering changing his guide fee to separately charge customers for estimated fuel costs. Below Brian’s log for 15 typical days showing “miles upriver” and “total fuel cost”.