Spas Don't Break The Spa Spell...
makes a good spa destination?
With the term ‘to spa’ within everyone’s
reach, we can afford to be choosy about which spa
we visit and all this depends on how well we are
received. This month Executive Traveller looks at
some of the things that make a good spa destination…read
at The Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz Hideaway Spa
Gozo – Malta: The spa which boasts
itself as one of the best marine care centres in
the Mediterranean offering Thalgo Marine treatments
is spread over a staggering 1700 square metres in
an idyllic .....read
One Spa at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, Edinburgh:
If you have to visit one spa in your life, can you
make it to the One Spa, at the Sheraton Grand Hotel
and Spa in Edinburgh - even if you are not into
spas, you will simply love this one. ...
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Solis Spa at Lough Eske and the Croghan Man
The Solis spa is serene. Nestled at the water's edge of
Lough Eske, near the famous Blue Stack Mountains, Lough
Eske Castle's Spa sets forth an exhilarating destination
for discovery. Here, the concept of the traditional spa
break in Ireland goes beyond simple manicures, facials,
or massages. Instead, the focus is on a total wellness
Guide to airline fees and charges:
The Civil Aviation Authority’s online guide to charges
made by 23 airlines went live at the end of January and
passengers can now get all the information they need before
they book a flight. The information is updated quarterly.
here to read.
Airways will start flying to Seoul in December
2012 in the first addition to its long-haul schedule following
parent company IAG's purchase of BMI. The airline will
operate six flights a week to Seoul and sales of the flights
started on 3rd of May in preparation for the service to
begin on 2nd December 2012 A Boeing 777, with First class,
Club World (business class), World Traveller Plus (premium
economy) and World Traveller (economy) cabins, will serve
the six flights a week to Seoul.
says EU aviation policy must pay special attention to
the needs of regional airports,. Their potential to boost
regional development and reduce congestion at major air
hubs could be unlocked by integrating them in the Trans-European
Transport Networks (TEN-T), MEPs believe.
is much to look forward to at the Barbican in June 2012.
Highlights include the highly anticipated Tanztheater
Wuppertal Pina Bausch: World Cities 2012 in collaboration
with Sadler’s Wells complemented by a film series
in the Barbican Cinema, and the return of the inimitable
You Me Bum Bum Train with an exhilarating new production.
As part of our music programme we present the first ever
iteration of Back2Black outside Brazil: a three-day festival
celebrating African roots in music and culture , hosted
by and featuring Gilberto Gil; a three-concert project
by Malian singer-songwriter Rokia Traoré, a one-off
performance by Norwegian group Jaga Jazzist with Britten
Sinfonia and Lars Hornveth, and Vienna Philharmonic conducted
by Sir Simon Rattle. Look out for a screening of Throne
of Blood followed by a ScreenTalk with renowned theatre
director Yukio Ninagawa, and the last chance to catch
Song Dong’s Waste Not installation in The Curve.
Last, but not least, the acclaimed Bauhaus: Art as Life
exhibition continues, accompanied by a dynamic talks &
events programme. Download
the June 2012 events guide pdf