That there is plenty to do if you visit Iceland in the summer is no big secret. But even by normal standards, there’s a lot to report on this month.
The hectic summer schedule of big events and festivals takes something of a break in July, allowing people the chance to entertain themselves for a while – and there is no shortage of options. Continue reading →
Gifts are the most wonderful way to convey love and affection to dear ones. Every gift carries special emotions along with it. Sending gifts is an effective medium to bridge the gap in human relationship. Giftstoindia24x7.com is an online gifting company which has given greatest value to these human emotions. They have brought smiles across miles by delivering gifts all across the country
Giftstoindia24x7 is an one stop shop to send gifts to India for any reason, in any season. The company offers the prompt delivery with the special care to ensure complete customer satisfaction. It is an online gift store providing a variety of gifting options – from sweets to salwar suits, from watches to wall pictures, etc to be sent to friends, family and acquaintances. Continue reading →
Keflavík International Airport is Iceland’s main airport and provides a vital transport link for both passengers and freight. Recent upgrades mean services are better than ever with travellers’ tax refund vouchers now valid for shopping.
Keflavik International Airport is simultaneously a relaxing and exciting environment: travellers can sit down and enjoy the airport’s comfortable ambiance or they can seize the day by taking advantage of all the great shops. Many big brands are available to travellers. Brands like Burberry, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Bvulgari, Boss, Diesel, Breidling, Tagheur and Raymond Weil are cheaper duty free at Keflavik than in many other airports and big cities; and up to 50 percent cheaper than Reykjavik. Continue reading →
Thames Valley University (TVU) has today (Wednesday 1 July) become the first university in England to have its own iPhone prospectus app. The application, iUni, is free and features details on TVU’s entire portfolio of courses and clear and easy to access information for students and parents. iUni allows potential students to apply online, go to the website, email through the auto-enquiry function or call TVU directly to learn more.
Young people are used to gathering information on the web, getting their email, listening to music, watching videos, getting directions, or pinpointing exactly where their friends are – anytime and anywhere – and iUni is a natural extension of this. The introduction of this application sees TVU pioneering the use of mobile technology in the education sector. Continue reading →
Staying at a hotel in the centre of Reykjavik allows you the chance to stay out late, enjoy the culture and get a good night’s sleep in the heart of the action without worrying about buses or expensive taxi rides.
Reykjavik Center Hotels is a company offering an eclectic assortment of different high quality hotels right in the middle of Reykjavik, Iceland’s lively capital city. Each Center Hotel is proving a popular choice as excellent airline deals and a favourable exchange rate are making Iceland a more affordable destination than ever. Continue reading →
Internetmarknadsföringsbyrån Nordic eMarketing har ingått ett samarbetsavtal med amerikanska National Football League (NFL).
I vintras lanserade Nordic eMarketing en mycket framgångsrik digital kampanj för NFL med fokus på Super Bowl finalen. Kampanjen avsåg att öka medvetenhet och intresse kring amerikansk fotboll i Storbritannien. Bannerannonser placerades på sport och spelrelaterade sajter samt på sajter inom Googles Content Network. Annonserna ledde till ett spel som går ut på att prestera tillräckligt bra som amerikansk fotbollspleare för att hålla den hårdföre Coach Stilo nöjd. Spelet finns tillgängligt på coachstilo.nfl.com/ Continue reading →
Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES) is celebrating the publication of its Ofsted inspection report after being awarded a Good: Grade 2 overall.
During the week commencing 11 May 2009, the service was inspected by Ofsted, the government department responsible for setting and monitoring standards in education. The purpose of the inspection was to assess the quality of education provision for adults provided by WAES, and to consider the effectiveness of the service along with its capacity to improve. The inspection also assessed the service for leadership and management and quality assurance procedures. Continue reading →
Hotel Hafnarfjordur offers the comfort of a hotel with the convenience of holiday apartments in the Reykjavik capital region of Iceland. And now with an incredible summer special offer, staying at Hotel Hafnarfjordur has never been more tempting.
The stylish and newly refurbished Hotel Hafnarfjordur announced today its huge Iceland Discount Hotel Sale, with single studio apartments from ISK 10,900, double studios from ISK 12,900 and triples from ISK 17,900 (all subject to availability of course). Continue reading →
Icelandair ranked highly in the new Association of European Airlines (AEA) consumer report. According to the report, Iceland’s oldest and largest airline was the only European airline not to cancel a single flight between November 2008 and this March.
Icelandair was found to be the second most punctual European airline on long haul routes and the third most punctual on short and medium haul routes – an important statistic for an airline that serves so many of its passengers with short stopovers at its hub airport as they fly between Europe and North America. Continue reading →
Hindus and Jews have asked Northern Ireland First Minister Rt Hon Peter Robinson and his government to publicly apologize for reported failure to protect the Roma residents who were terrified and forced to flee their homes due to repeated racist violence.
Rajan Zed, acclaimed Hindu statesman; and Rabbi Jonathan B. Freirich, prominent Jewish leader in Nevada and California in USA; in a statement in Nevada today, asked, “What was the relevance of a government when its residents had either to live in constant fear of their lives or to leave for another country to an uncertain life of poverty, hopelessness and medieval conditions.” Continue reading →