Through many last assignments, we had many big chances to be acquainted with doing in-group, working with many various topics, which required an ability of working, of researching, etc... With this HD2 project, we also get more chances to work in-group, but in this topic, we get a new way to do this assignment. It brings us a chance to communicate with foreigners, to interview and from that; we can learn something different from last assignments.
Recently, tourism activities in Quang Binh Province have been growing rapidly, especially since the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park was certified as the World Natural Heritage in 2004. Among the tourist sites of Quang Binh, Phong Nha and Dong Hoi tourism centers are the two places which attract the largest numbers of visitors. The rapid but unplanned tourism activities have been creating various social and environmental concerns.
Tài liệu hướng dẫn tiếng anh lớp 8, Halong- Bay is popular with both Vietnamese and international tourists. One of the attractions of Halong is the Bay’s calm water with limestone mountains. The Bay’s water is clear during the spring and early summer. Upon arriving in Halong City, visitors can go along Chay Beach. From the beach, they can hire aboat and go out to the Bay. It is here that the visitors can find some of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful sites. Dau Go Cave is one of the most beautiful caves at...
Some sites are presented as virtual cities where digital individuals live their lives parallel to the
‘real ones’, some promote the images of real cities being an increasingly important place
marketing tool. Especially the most iconic global tourist cities provide images that aim to give to
these material places new meaning in the virtual space. Apart from being part of the virtual realm,
webcams can, indeed, create ‘real interest on a real place’ adding to them “a whole new stratum
of cultural space” (Campanella, 2004: 59).
When the ancient Roman sites were rediscovered
in the eighteenth century, a vast array of objects was
unearthed that provided detailed information about
Roman life and art. News of the discoveries traveled
fast, and soon a visit to Naples and the excavation
sites became the southernmost stop on the Grand
Tour of the Continent, an extended journey through
Europe taken by wealthy young intellectuals. Tourists
also were intrigued by the periodic bursts of activity
from Mount Vesuvius, which erupted on a smaller
scale several times in the eighteenth and nineteenth
While this narrative was probably one of the last actual accounts of the site
before it was backfilled, it is reminiscent of the dramatic accounts given by those elite-
minded tourists on the Grand Tour. The truth of the matter is that an excavation was
conducted by Gennaro Matrone under the supervision of archaeologists who published
the results of the excavation in 1901 and 1902. Both of the excavations yielded numer-
ous objects that were dispersed to museums throughout the United States and Naples,