Christmas Window in Linz

Christmas Window in Linz

Dresden Christmas Market

Enjoy a Dresden Christmas Market from an Elbe River Cruise

Frankfurt Christmas Market Stall

Frankfurt Christmas Market Stall

European Christmas market cruises are a great way to enjoy festive Christmas in Europe by being able to quickly visit many of Europe’s famed Christmas markets.

SPRING, TX, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — These Christmas markets are one of the best reasons to spend the holidays in Europe. The street markets are held during the four weeks of Advent, starting in late November and usually closing just before the end of December. They are a venerable holiday tradition that draws tourists from all over the world.

Christmas markets were first held in Germany, but these days, you can find them not only in Europe but also in many countries all over the world.

It should not be surprising that the best Christmas markets are held in Germany. There are markets in cities all over the country, but the most popular ones are in Cologne. The largest market is situated in front of the historic Cologne Cathedral, which is the country’s most visited tourist attraction.

The market boasts not only of delicious food and drinks such as mulled wine and cinnamon biscuits, but also entertainment. There are stages situated throughout the market, with performances ranging from gospel to swing music. And of course, you can shop for crafts that you can take home as gifts or souvenirs.

Austria is another great destination for people wanting to visit Christmas markets. One of the best known is the Christkindlmarkt, which is found in Rathausplatz, Vienna. The market attracts tourists from all over the world and boasts of more than 150 stalls, where you can shop for gifts and enjoy holiday food and drinks. There are even rides and a skating rink.

While the Christmas markets of France are not as well known or popular as those in Austria or Germany, they are still worth visiting. The oldest one is in Strasbourg, where the first market dates back to 1577. It practically oozes with old world charm as visitors can walk the cobbled streets and look at half-timbered houses done up in their best Christmas finery.

The market not only boasts of stalls serving traditional holiday fare such as its spicy hot orange juice and bredle Christmas cookies, but also Strasbourg’s famed Great Christmas Tree, which rises a hundred feet into the air. There are also themed events, as well as a giant ice rink for guests to enjoy.

Taking one of our Christmas cruises down the Rhine River lets you visit the markets of Cologne, as well as those of Koblenz, Rudesheim and Frankfurt. You can then proceed to French Christmas markets located in Strasbourg, Colmar and Mulhouse. If you avail of our Danube River cruise, you can visit markets in Passau, Vienna and Salzburg.

Our European Christmas market cruises offer a variety of itineraries, ranging from seven-day cruises down the Danube and Rhine to a shorter one down the Danube with options for land extensions. You can also avail of Christmas Time Land Tours, which are escorted tours of German Christmas markets. Visit europeanbarging.com to learn more about the Christmas market river cruises that are available.

Europeanbarging is offering $250 – $500 per person discount on 2019 AmaWaterways Christmas Market Cruises and if you like to plan ahead, there are discounts from $500 to $750 off per person on 2020 departures. Ask about their payment plan.

For more information contact them at 888-869-7907 or jan@europeanbarging.com

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Visit Christmas Markets While Cruising on a Europe River Cruise

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Douglas Greenberg heads to Tanzania in readiness to scale Mount Kilimanjaro

Douglas Greenberg

Former Morgan Stanley broker Douglas Greenberg and sons depart Oregon to tackle Africa's tallest mountain.

PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following months of preparation, wealth advisor, senior portfolio manager, and former Morgan Stanley broker Douglas Greenberg has this week left the Oregon city of Portland, headed for Tanzania in readiness to climb Africa's tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro. Here, father of two Greenberg reveals more about the much-anticipated trip, and what's in store.

Greenberg, accompanied by his two grown-up sons, will travel approximately 15,000 kilometers from his home in Oregon to Tanzania in north-easternmost Africa to undertake the challenge of a lifetime. "Even as keen hikers and climbers, our trip to Tanzania to climb Mount Kilimanjaro definitely represents our most significant challenge to date," he explains.

At close to 6,000 meters, Kilimanjaro's highest volcanic peak soars way above Africa's second-tallest mountain, Mount Kenya, by hundreds of meters. Bordered by Kenya, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Mozambique, Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, and Zambia, the United Republic of Tanzania is located within Africa's Great Lakes region.

Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness areas, including the plains of the Serengeti National Park, home to rhino, elephants, lions, leopards, and buffalo, while offshore lie the tropical islands of Zanzibar and Mafia, with the latter, in particular, home to whale sharks and an abundance of incredible coral reefs.

Despite being located on the Earth's equator, because climbing Mount Kilimanjaro involves ascending close to 20,000 feet, much of the trek consists of tackling immense cold. "Our mission to summit the incredible Mount Kilimanjaro will see my sons and I initially head out through open grassland and dense jungle before reaching alpine forests and magnificent but unforgiving arctic tundra," reveals Douglas Greenberg.

"We're under no illusion about the mammoth challenge which lies ahead," he adds, wrapping up, "but we cannot wait to begin our adventure."

Texas-born father of two Douglas Greenberg is a resident of Lake Oswego, located 10 miles south of Portland, Oregon. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business Executive Education programs and a former Morgan Stanley executive director, wealth advisor, and senior portfolio manager, Greenberg is known for his problem-solving skills, as well as specializing in alternative investments and asset allocation. A fan of professional soccer and basketball, Douglas Greenberg holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Dallas and, in his spare time, enjoys hiking, sailing, and wine tasting in addition to travel, skiing, and scuba diving.

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R4G Launches Help a Friend Find Awesome Tech Job Earn $1000 Cruise Reward



Refer your family and friends for tech jobs with Recruiting for Good, and enjoy cruise rewards www.RecruitingforGood.com

Refer your family and friends for tech jobs with Recruiting for Good, and enjoy cruise rewards www.RecruitingforGood.com

Recruiting for Good is generating proceeds from staffing to help fund one nonprofit; and is rewarding referrals to tech candidates with cruise travel savings.

Join us today to enjoy savings on a Virgin Voyage to Celebrate Richard Branson's Bash”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, Recruiting for Good

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cruise for Good is a fun travel reward sponsored by staffing agency, Recruiting for Good (RG4) to inspire community participation and help fund The Ed Asner Family Center. Make tech candidate referrals to earn $1,000 travel reward.

According to Recruiting for Good, Founder Carlos Cymerman, “Now you can help your family and friends find kickass tech jobs with Recruiting for Good…and you can earn $1,000 in travel saving rewards with Celebrity, Disney, Royal Caribbean, and Virgin Voyages too. "

How to Participate in Cruise for Good

1) Book a cruise departing in 12 to 36 months.

2) Every time, a person introduces a family member or a friend who is looking for a fulltime tech position (Engineering or Information Technology) to Recruiting for Good; and the staffing agency successfully helps the candidate land a great job.

3) Recruiting for Good rewards $1,000 toward cruise booking (after 90 days of employment).

Carlos Cymerman, adds "We're making a difference fun and rewarding. Join us today to enjoy savings on a Virgin Voyage to Celebrate Richard Branson's Bash."


Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals awesome jobs they love, since 1998. Companies retain us to find them the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, and Information Technology, Marketing, and Sales. www.RecruitingforGood.com

Autism on the Seas, an international organization, has been in collaboration with Royal Caribbean International since 2007 in developing cruise vacation services to accommodate adults and families living with children with Special Needs, including, but not limited to, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and all Cognitive, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. These services quickly expanded to other cruise lines. www.AutismontheSeas.com

Love to have fun making a difference and travel; simply make referrals to help R4G fund The Ed Asner Family Center and earn travel saving rewards with your favorite brands (Celebrity, Disney, Royal Caribbean, and Virgin Voyages too…and so much more). www.CruiseforGood.org

The Ed Asner Family Center’s mission is to promote self-confidence in differently abled individuals and bring balance and wellness to those individuals and their families. Delivering Camp Ed, enrichment programs, and mental health programs. To learn more visit www.edasnerfamilycenter.org

Hype is a boutique communications agency that provides brand-strategic PR, Marketing and Social Media services to creative companies. We provide an extremely hands-on approach to client service and a collaborative philosophy that positions us as a preferred resource to members of the media. Dedicated to the entertainment industry as a community, Hype is committed to keen storytelling and promoting the creative process. www.HypeWorld.com

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The Power to Fight Back. Safety tips from Self Defense and Combative Tactics expert Rob Fletcher

Rob Fletcher self defense and combative tactics expert

Rob Fletcher speaking on safety, awareness, and self defense.

Self defense, knowing where and how to strike can save your life.

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sdi7 HIIT Workout DVD Self Defense in 7 Minutes High Intensity Interval Training

Be aware. Have a plan of action. Know what to do, where and how to strike.

Remember, the predator does not care if you live or die. The predator does not care if you ever go home see your family or loved ones again. Fight back with an unrelenting violent counter attack.”

— Rob Fletcher self defense and combative tactics expert




Rob Fletcher, self-defense, fitness and combative tactics expert and fighter for good, shares advice and 9 tips that can save lives in a world where evil exists and crime, violence, abduction, human trafficking, and active shooters will never go away. Recently, an 11-year-old boy found the inner strength, bravery, and courage to fight back when an intruder broke into his home. Referring to the boy’s harrowing incident in which he attacked the intruder with a machete, Rob Fletcher said, “We never wish any child to have to deal with such a violent, traumatic, surreal nightmare. This, however, is the world we live in. Most important is what we can do now – right now – to better prepare ourselves should the unthinkable happen.”

Fletcher provides basic, yet valuable, tips and advice with the potential to save lives:

1. Prevention is always our best self-defense; practice positive daily habits of safety and awareness rather than be frozen with paranoid fear. 

2. Prepare with premeditated thoughts and actions. 

3. Ask yourself and your loved ones: What would you do? How would you react? Would you run? Would you be paralyzed by fear? Would you fight back?

4. Have a plan of action. 

5. If you choose to fight back, commit wholeheartedly to an extreme, violent counterattack to escape and survive. 

6. Know that a predator does not care if you live or die or if you ever see your family or loved ones again. 

7. If you fight back, look for accessible objects to throw or strike with. 

8. Know where to strike – Primary, most vulnerable target areas are the eyes, nose, and groin. 

9. Know how to strike – Learn simple, highly effective self-defense strikes and fighting skills.

If you are (or appear) vulnerable, you are the perfect victim. Don’t be the perfect victim. Refuse to be the perfect victim. Instead, be aware. Be prepared. Have a plan. Take action. Stay strong and stay safe. And always stay in the fight!

Says radio host Gabbi Ray of Rob Fletcher, “He’s a really good guy who teaches good people how to do bad things to bad people.” Rob is available for interviews, seminars, appearances, and to provide additional safety, prevention, awareness and self-defense programs, and training.

Contact: Rob Fletcher

Robert Gerard Fletcher
ANGT, LLC Ameirca's Next Great Trainer
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Simple, extremely self defense strikes you can pratcice at home to the most vulnerable target areas.

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Thailand Incentive & Meeting Exchange (TIME) 2019 enriches business opportunities for delegates

Thailand Incentive & Meeting Exchange (TIME) 2019 enriches business opportunities for delegates

Top executives from TCEB, TICA and SITE Thailand Chapter as well as the public and private sector partners staged the 4th annual TIME 2019 under a ‘Togetherness Concept.’

TCEB highlights strategic campaigns that capture imagination of international planners at TIME 2019.

BANGKOK, THAILAND, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), Thailand Incentive and Convention Association (TICA), and SITE Thailand Chapter showcased the local MICE industry's best and brightest that will expand business opportunities for delegates attending the Thailand Incentive & Meeting Exchange (TIME) 2019, a TCEB’s annual event, from 10 to 15 June.

TCEB President Mr. Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya said that TIME 2019, now in its fourth year, offered fresh opportunities for Thai entrepreneurs to expand their horizons by targeting new partners and starting new business negotiations. The event serves as a platform to deliver international experiences that help expand Thailand's meetings and incentives sector.

"At TIME 2019, TCEB hosted 40 meetings and incentives (MI) events planners from the ASEAN+6 countries, which are Thailand’s main meetings and incentives source markets. We have come up with a coherent strategy that is consistent in positioning TCEB as a thought leader, co-creator, collaborator and partner for MICE success, all reflecting our new “Thailand Redefine Your Business Events” branding,” he said.

Mr. Chiruit added that TIME 2019 was organised through a collaboration with Thai Airways International (THAI), Bangkok Airways and BMW (Thailand) under a ‘Togetherness Concept’. It is a joint business strategy that focuses on Asian culture, which generally values companionship and amusement as a basis for strong business relationships.

The Togetherness Concept at TIME 2019 comprises three main elements. The ‘Knowledge Exchange’ participatory seminars and the ‘Business Exchange’ between 40 Thai MICE entrepreneurs and the 40 MI events planners were held on 11 June in Bangkok, followed by the ‘Experience Exchange’ trip to experience local culture in Phuket and Phang Nga from 12 to 15 June.

TCEB also announced new campaign and reiterated existing ones for attendees at TIME 2019. The “TIME to MEET” campaign offers up to 500 baht subsidy per one traveller or 500,000 baht per group for companies with MI groups of 50 people or more, that stay in Thailand at least three nights. The “M & I Reward” campaign offers a subsidy from 100,000 to two million baht for customers who hold MI events in Thailand at least three times a year. The “ASEAN MaxiMICE” campaign offers group privileges for 40 people or more from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines who are travelling on THAI and staying at least two nights in Thailand. The “Fly and Meet Double Bonus Redefined” campaign offers up to 300,000 baht subsidy for MI groups of at least 30 people from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam, who are travelling on Bangkok Airways and staying at least two nights in Thailand. There are also souvenirs, traditional Thai welcome ceremony, MICE Lane service as other forms of support.

TIME 2019 expects to attract over 2,000 visitors from MI segments, generating revenue up to 152 million baht. The event is expected to increase overall MICE travellers to over 1.32 million arrivals and add more than 100 billion baht of revenue to Thailand in 2019.

In the first half of the 2019 fiscal year (October 2018 – March 2019), overall MICE arrivals for MI events held in Thailand totalled 348,645, representing 58% of overall international MICE visitors. These generated approximately 25.7 billion baht for Thailand, representing 57% of total MICE revenue.

Ms. Sirima Eamtako
TCEB Marketing Strategy Department's Representative
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International scientists find evidence on how marine pollution could cause orca infertility

International scientists find evidence on how marine pollution could cause orca infertility

International scientists find evidence on how marine pollution could cause orca infertility 2

International scientists find evidence on how marine pollution could cause orca infertility 3

A study conducted at Loro Parque reveals negative effects of contraceptives that could explain the mechanism by which some toxic substances affect fertility

The knowledge obtained of how oestrogens affect and disturb regular cycles in orcas could help to understand how chemical pollution is affecting the reproduction of the wild populations.”

— Loro Parque's Statement

PUERTO DE LA CRUZ, SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, SPAIN, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A scientific study carried out by international experts in cetacean health reveals the first evidence of the harmful effects that contraceptives have on orcas and contributes to understanding how the chemical pollution of the seas affects the reproduction of cetaceans. The study led by veterinary specialist Doctor Geraldine Lacave and recently presented at the International Congress on Aquatic Animal Medicine held in South Africa, demonstrates the serious damage that chemical toxins cause in regular ovulation cycles, thus affecting the reproduction of this species of cetacean in the long term.

The suspicion that chemical toxins such as PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) interfere with oestrogen receptors (female sex hormones that regulate reproductive cycles in orcas) and affect the reproduction of marine species dates back in time. However, it was from the case study of the orca Lulu, stranded in 2017, in Scotland, when the concern for the study of the effect of oestrogens was markedly accentuated, since this female had the highest levels of PCBs found so far and evidence was found that she had never reproduced.

In this regard and in order to investigate the matter, Dr. Lacave analysed more than 57,000 videos of the ovaries of the orcas housed in Loro Parque, Tenerife, obtained during more than 4,500 ultrasounds performed by the veterinarians and trainers of this zoo since 2012. And it was thanks to access to this information that it has been possible to reconstruct the entire process of ovulation of the orcas. It should be noted that this type of research can only be done with animals in controlled environments such as zoos, as it requires regular access to the animals to be able to perform ultrasounds and follow in detail the entire process of ovulation of the females.

Thanks to this opportunity to carefully analyse the ovulation of orcas, dozens of ovulations have been followed day by day and irregular cycles have been detected (abnormally shortened or lengthened), as well as cycle delays, very long periods without ovulation, follicular cysts and even one ovulation during contraceptive treatment. Given that this study has been carried out more intensively in the last five years, there is still no information available on the problems that could be caused by long-term contraceptive treatments, but the intensity and variety of the ovulatory problems give reason to suspect that they could be serious. Since it’s believed that PCBs could block oestrogen receptors in orcas by a mechanism similar to that of contraceptives, these results would explain that even small concentrations of these toxic substances seriously affect the reproductive cycles of the orcas, reducing their fertility.

The most important thing about this scientific finding is that the information studied in the zoo will contribute to the conservation of this species of cetacean in nature, since the knowledge obtained of how oestrogens affect and disturb regular cycles in orcas could help to understand how chemical pollution is affecting the reproduction of the wild populations, not only of orcas, but also of dolphins, and in the future of other species of marine mammals. This is clear evidence of the role modern zoos play in species conservation.

Natalya Romashko
Communications Department, Loro Parque
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RESERVEC Unveils Tours and Activities Booking Software at HITEC '19

Powering Local Experiences

Powering Local Experiences

A solution for properties to provide guests with visibility to local adventures.

We have a simple solution to provide proactive properties with an opportunity to meet the needs of the younger traveler while earning incremental revenue and achieving a competitive advantage.”

— Mike Harley, President

TAMPA, FLORIDA, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — RESERVEC, a provider of web and mobile app bookings software for tours and activities, is excited about unveiling its proprietary platform to the lodging industry at the 2019 Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC), June 17-20. As an exhibitor, RESERVEC will introduce its full-featured product to manage bookings and help travelers find the best things to do in an unfamiliar environment, from traditional tours to once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

RESERVEC connects every kind of traveler to activities at their destination in over 50 countries. RESERVEC provides booking interfaces to local providers as well as a mobile app to allow travelers to manage their bookings on the go and find things to do like guided tours, rentals and charters.

RESERVEC also offers a software model to distribute tour and rental operators, and other activities in many markets worldwide. RESERVEC's API focuses solely on tours and activities. The API can be configured to bundle local tours and activities with accommodations to create unique experiences such as weekend packages, romantic getaways, etc. Because the platform offers pricing, service details, and booking capabilities, properties are able to offer local tours and activities as an upsell option as well as in confirmation and pre-stay marketing messaging. Promotions can be offered in advance, upon arrival or while the guest is on property. Its API can be leveraged to create packaged travel offerings that include both accommodations and select premier local operators.

"With the younger generations spearheading the new trend in travel, properties of all sizes are poised for helping guests find and book local adventures through their website, social channels, rooms and at the front desk", stated Mike Harley, President at RESERVEC. “We have a simple solution to provide proactive properties with an opportunity to meet the needs of the younger traveler while earning incremental revenue and achieving a competitive advantage.”

The company was founded in 2014 to provide real-time booking software specifically for the tours and activities market. By leveraging its proprietary technology, including its integrated mobile app, RESERVEC offers tour, rental and charter operators with an online booking system to boost and manage bookings directly on its company website. For more information, please visit the company website or call (813) 284-4458.

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I am a Millennial. I am always on my phone looking for the next Adventure.

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Changing the lives of children with special needs

Pro surfer Guy Takayama to help teach special needs surf camps in NC in July

Professional surfer Guy Takayama – Courtesy of CapturedByMartina.com

Pro surfer and board shaper Guy Takayama coming to North Carolina surf camps in July

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC, USA, June 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Preparing a child to meet the challenges of life is a complicated journey. The journey is extraordinarily complex and frequently laden with obstacles for children with special needs.

Surf camps by non-profit Indo Jax Charities serve children facing a variety of life challenges, including visual impairment, autism, cancer, loss of parents, and juvenile diabetes. New on the summer schedule for 2019 is a session for Special Olympians.

“We always start wherever the child is in their life. Every child has a different goal,” said Jack Viorel, founder of Indo Jax Surf Charities. “Some children are working on mobility; others might be working on communication. Some are working on fear. We work on whatever the child needs. We don’t have a set agenda. When you do that you can always be successful.”

Twelve years and more than 5,000 students later, Viorel’s unique curriculum has gained international media attention and accolades from both parents and children.

“The most powerful thing we do is to help children get out of their comfort zone and succeed,” said Viorel. “When I was a school teacher, I always knew surfing could be used to build confidence and self-esteem in children with special needs.”

World champion surfer, artist, and surfboard shaper Guy Takayama will join the Indo Jax team for the Visually Impaired and Special Olympics camps in mid-July. “He has worked with blind children and Special Olympians through his charity in California,” said Viorel. “Guy also handcrafted a surfboard to help support our North Carolina camps and had it signed by famous surfers such as David Nuuhiwa and Jericho Poppler.” The Takayama board will be auctioned at a charity event later this summer.

No child is turned away from the special needs surf camps due to inability to pay. “Thanks to individuals and organizations like Live Oak Bank, United Healthcare, the Jordan Spieth Foundation, and Blockade Runner Beach Resort, we can keep up with most of the demand,” said Viorel. “The last two years, our Autism camps filled and were closed to new registrations. We’re still working to hold more programs to accommodate the needs of these children.”

2019 Surf Camps (Partial Schedule)

July 16, 17, 18
Visually Impaired Camp in Memory of Anita Lathan (Wrightsville Beach, NC)

July 16, 17, 18
Access of Wilmington (Wrightsville Beach, NC)

July 19
Special Olympics – New Hanover County (Wrightsville Beach, NC)

July 23, 24, 25
Special Needs Camp (Cayucos, CA)

July 30, 31, Aug. 1
Juvenile Diabetes Camp (Cayucos, CA)

August 6, 7, 8
Childhood Cancer Camp in Memory of Donnalee Wilcox (Wrightsville Beach, NC)

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Live Boldly

The Good Life

Beau Monde Traveler Luxury Magazine and Website launched at the Cannes Film Festival.

CANNES, FRANCE , June 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Beau Monde Traveler, a ground-breaking bi-monthly print, digital magazine and media rich website which highlights the finest luxury travel experiences, launched at the Cannes Film Festival. Featuring exceptional editorial as well as compelling video content covering luxury travel, the new media platform includes recommendations on opulent hotels and resorts around the world, as well as unforgettable dining, exclusive events and more.

Beau Monde Traveler shares insights, reviews and recommendations on luxury travel experiences for the affluent traveler. BeauMondeTraveler.com launched at events that took place during the 72nd Cannes Film Festival with the first digital and print magazine set to publish in July. The magazine is oversized in format and will be distributed internationally at retailers as well as in airline lounges, exclusive member clubs, at special events as well as by subscription.

“The bi-monthly print and digital magazine as well as web publication seeks to become the penultimate destination where today’s affluent traveler goes to learn, explore and plan their next lavish vacation experience,” said Hailey Cromwell, Global Editor for the publication. “It was only appropriate to launch Beau Monde Traveler at the most glamorous event in the world, The Cannes Film Festival. We are providing a new resource with engaging editorial and video content to inspire the jet-setting crowd where to go next.”

Launching BeauMondeTraveler.com at Cannes Film Festival allowed the new media platform to partner with celebrities and offering bespoke four-day vacations so they can experience the types of holidays showcased in the publication. It was also one of the featured brands in the exclusive celebrity gifting lounge hosted by Nathalie Dubois of DPA Events that took place in the InterContinental Carlton Cannes.

Famed comedic actor Bill Murray was provided a trip to one of Tuscany’s finest resorts, Castello Banfi Ill Borgo while director Jim Jarmusch, who directed The Dead Don’t Die which stars Bill Murray and opened the film festival, was provided a luxury stay to the Mount Lofty House and their newly opened Sequoia Villas located in Adelaide Hills Australia. Actress Nadine Labaki, enjoyed a four-day tropical island getaway in an uber exclusive villa at Montigo Resort Nongsa in Batam Indonesia. French actor, Franck Dubosc will take his holiday in Spain along the azure waters of the Mediterranean and the costa brava at the five-star grand dame beach resort, La Gavina.

“Beau Monde Traveler reimagined how we learn about travel and where to go next. Yesteryear’s stagnant websites and magazines are not enough. Today’s travelers yearn for more” shared Cromwell. “We integrate compelling editorial, images, as well as engaging video. Beyond the website, the digital magazine will have a state-of-the-art viewing platform with animated and interactive content.”

Each of the bi-monthly issues of the publication will include a special feature such as wine-centric travel, spa travel, cruise travel along with two featured destination such as the first issue which highlights travel to South Africa and Crete. The magazine as well as the website has additional areas of focus such as volunteer and eco travel as well as culinary experiences, exclusive events and culture. Luxury hotels and destinations wishing to be featured in Beau Monde Traveler should contact the company to request coverage.

Beau Monde Traveler is the Vanguard of Luxury Travel. Luxury travel experiences are featured through editorial and video on the BeauMondeTraveler.com website which includes compelling features on where to go next, recommended hotels, restaurants and unforgettable experiences. Beau Monde Traveler recommends travel experiences through a bimonthly print magazine which includes features such as wine tourism, spa travel, and luxury cruises as well as destinations and hotel features. Beau Monde Traveler is distributed in exclusive membership clubs as well as in airport lounges, retailers, high profile events and via subscription. Beau Monde Traveler magazine is also distributed through an interactive digital format and app which include video and animation covering luxury travel experiences. Beau Monde Traveler is dedicated to giving discriminating travelers access to a distinctive array of travel experiences. Www.BeauMondeTraveler.com
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Concerts in the Park are Rockin' in Calistoga

Matt Alber, two time Grammy(r) award-winning singer-songwriter

Matt Alber, two time Grammy(r) award-winning singer-songwriter, will be playing Calistoga’s Concerts in the Park on August 22

CALISTOGA, CA, UNITED STATES, June 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Concerts in the Park are rockin’ in Calistoga
Thursdays at Pioneer Park set for a summer series of live music and Calistoga wines

Calistoga, Calif. (June 14, 2019) — Calistoga Concerts in the Park is a series of FREE concerts taking place every Thursday night from June 13th through August 22nd between 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Calistoga Beverage Company, Pioneer Park will be rockin’ with diverse musical acts every Thursday throughout the summer with the exception of Thursday, July 4th so that residents and visitors can enjoy Calistoga’s Independence Day festivities. So grab your besties, blankets, chairs and picnic dinner and come enjoy live music in an authentic, laidback environment during this locals-favorite weekly celebration.

Locals and Bay Area neighbors can pick up a Concert Participation Prize Pass from the Calistoga Chamber’s booth at each concert. Get your pass stamped at 7 concerts or more and be entered to win a shopping, culinary, hotel, wellness or adventure prize from one of these incredible businesses: Bosko’s Trattoria, Buster’s Southern BBQ, Calistoga Farmer’s Market, Calistoga Motor Lodge & Spa, Calistoga Pilates, Calistoga Spa Hot Springs, Clif Family Winery, EuroSpa & Inn, Getaway Adventures, North Star Gift Shop, The Spa at EuroSpa & Inn and Sugardaddy’s Consignment.

Just when you thought the event couldn't get any better, adult beverages are allowed! (For those 21 and over.) Additionally, you can purchase wine from one of the local wineries highlighted at each concert. On select nights, Napa Palisades Beer Company will have local beers available for purchase as well. For boxed dinners-to-go, some suggestions include Evangeline for their self-proclaimed, “best fried chicken in town”, Veraison for cheese and charcuterie platters, Bosko’s Trattoria, Buster’s BBQ, Calistoga Inn, Cal-Mart Deli, Checkers, Johnny’s Restaurant, La Prima Pizza, Lovina, Pacifico Restaurante Mexicano, Palisades Deli Cafe and Sushi Mambo. And remember to stop at Susie's for an after-concert drink!

Below is the lineup of musicians and wineries for the Pioneer Park stage in Calistoga, located at 1308 Cedar Street:

JUNE 13: Maya, the Latin dance explosion
WINERIES: Charles Krug Winery, Maldonado Family Vineyards

JUNE 20: The Klipptones, a jazzy Bay Area band performing pop covers from the 1950s to now
WINERIES: Beringer Vineyards, Joseph Cellars

JUNE 27: Citizen Flannel, a 90s tribute band
WINERIES: 2880 Wines, Jericho Canyon Vineyards

JULY 4: NO CONCERT. Please enjoy the holiday festivities throughout Calistoga.

JULY 11: National Park Radio, an acoustic Americana band
WINERIES: Chateau Montelena Winery

JULY 18: The Boys of Summer, a top touring Eagles tribute band
WINERIES: Storybook Mountain Vineyard, Vermeil Wines

JULY 25: Dirty Cello, a high energy and unique spin on blues and bluegrass
WINERIES: Burgess Cellars, Hans Fahden Vineyards

AUGUST 1: Kingsborough, an old soul and rock’n’roll band
WINERIES: Barlow Vineyards, Bennett Lane Winery

AUGUST 8: Derek Irving and His Combo, a retro rockabilly band rooted in 1950s rock'n'roll and R&B
WINERIES: August Briggs Winery

AUGUST 15: Decades, a high energy cover band
WINERIES: Clif Family Winery, Picayune Cellars

AUGUST 22: Matt Alber, two-time Grammy® award-winning singer-songwriter
WINERIES: Laura Michael Wines

For more information about Calistoga Concerts in the Park, go to VisitCalistoga.com or call (707) 942-6333.

About Calistoga Welcome Center
The city of Calistoga is a Napa Valley town known for its natural geothermal waters, popular spas, relaxed atmosphere, adventures hiking and biking trails, wide variety of wineries and great dining. For information about lodging and dining options, local wineries, spas and events in Calistoga, go to VisitCalistoga.com. You can also find Visit Calistoga on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CalistogaVisitors, Twitter @VisitCalistoga and Instagram at VisitCalistoga.


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