Enjoy the Relaxing Nature of Spa Breaks in Italy
Modern life can often be stressful and difficult to escape from with the many mobile devices and pieces of technology that constantly connect us with work, family and friends. When the time comes for each individual to enjoy their holiday and escape the pressures of life the best option for those looking for relaxation is to spend some time enjoying the many therapies and treatments available at the high quality spa hotels found across Italy.
The chance to unwind, relax and even detoxify is something that many of us do not take enough time to do. Italy spa hotels give each person the chance to enjoy the health giving properties of the many treatments provided by qualified and well trained therapists working within the spa hotels of Italy. Not only are spa hotels a relaxing place to visit, they are also found in some of the most beautiful and historic cities and countryside locations that mark the stunning country of Italy.
Why should we spend some time exploring the options offered by spa breaks in Italy? The country of Italy has a long history of the spa being an important social and health giving part of everyday life dating back to the Roman period. In modern times, the spa has become more of a relaxation location, with good health also promoted by the many treatments offered at modern spa's. Included in these are massage treatments that not only relax the individual, but also provide a good way of reducing the aches and pains that often accompany the modern life we live and growing older.
Many men and women also look to undergo a number of beauty treatments when spending time at one of the many Italy spa hotels.
These treatments are usually provided by qualified estheticians and beauty therapists and can include facials, microderm treatments and facials. Full body treatments and those focusing on the face are designed to be used to promote a healthier mind and body that is only achieved by giving ourselves completely to the relaxing state promoted by some time spent at a spa hotel.
Following the social history of the Roman Empire and entrusting the body and mind to the professionals at a spa hotel in Italy means every individual can spend some time enjoying this ultimate in relaxing experiences.
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This week's book of the week is Cabin Fever by Mandy Smith.
Mandy lifts the lid on the life of an airline stewardess working for Virgin.
This book is getting plenty of press coverage at the moment and looks as though will be an enjoyable read
Here's a link to an article about the book
Kolkata—The Capital Before Delhi and Much More
Kolkata, previously known as Calcutta, is an Indian city that strikes through its beauty like no other. Known for its yellow taxis and monsoon clouds, the city has something for every type of traveler.
There is a lot you can do here; if you want to cover everything properly, you would perhaps need more than two months. For the sports enthusiasts, there is the The Calcutta Cricket and Football Club, considered the second-oldest cricket club globally. Similarly, the Calcutta Polo Club is globally considered the oldest extant polo club. Other heritage places you must visit are Victoria Memorial, St. Paul's Cathedral, central business district, Howrah Bridge, Vidyasagar Bridge, etc. These sites have to be captured; they’re just too beautiful to be left without a few shots.
What do you like best about your city?
A few transport networks are synonymous with the city’s image. One among these is the hand-pulled rickshaw, which might seem like a cruelty to a few outsiders. Another is the tram; Kolkata was one of the first few cities to have the tram installed.Read More
The Indian City that is Always Alive—Mumbai
The financial capital of India—Mumbai, previously known as Bombay—is a city like none other. They say if you want your dreams to come true, no matter what they are, they can do so in this city, for it has a place for everyone’s dream.
Mumbai is an ever-changing city; everyday, there’ll be new things to do and new places to see. For starters, see the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and its neighbor—the Gateway of India, which was built after the hotel. Take a drive around Queen’s Necklace and have some Indian chaat at the chowpati. Go to CST Terminus and travel through the local trains. These are the city’s lifelines. Visit Juhu beach and the shopping streets of Linking Road and Colaba.
What do you like best about your city?
The continuous struggle that is present everywhere. No road will ever be empty, no area will ever be still, and no night will ever be lonely.
While there is an inexhaustible list of things that a visitor “must-do” in Chicago, the most valuable advice that I can give is that a visitor “must embrace being a tourist”. Don’t be afraid to stand on the sidewalk and gawk in open-mouthed wonder at the stunning skyscrapers (politely to one side, of course, as Chicagoans value getting places unobstructed). Chicago has a wealth of architecture that is unique and a joy to look at, including the most recent addition – the Trump Tower. Also, consider going to a Cub’s game at Wrigley; at $30 for the cheap seats, it’s a bargain and a fun way to really feel the vibe of the city. Start with some drinks at any of the bars surrounding the stadium and make your way to the gates with the rest of the excited fans.
What do you like best about your city?
Chicago has all the comforts and ease of a big city with a kinder, gentler populace and a cleaner atmosphere due to its abundance of alleyways. The public transportation is easy to understand and efficient compared to other US cities, so anyone can feel right at home in a matter of days. I love the huge variety of restaurants and the over-all attitude of Chicago’s citizens. Chicago has a rich history and you can still feel it walking into any dive bar in Wrigleyville.
During the Christmas season, you can walk from the Christkindlemart in Daley plaza, past the Macy’s windows displays, and down to Millennium Park to go ice skating under The Bean. Not only is it the perfect date night, it’s a great way to see the highlights of the city and get in the Holiday spirit. In any season, walking down the Magnificent Mile, even if it’s just to do some window shopping, is a definite must.Read More
The Mesmerizing History of India’s Ex-Nizam State—Hyderabad Hyderabad—meaning lion’s abode—is the capital city of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. A city that still shows traces of Nizam rule, has a lot to offer than just the beauty that hits you at first glance. From the old-charm lanes of the Old City to the hustle bustle of the new, there is something magical in the air.
While in the city, it’s very important to finish seeing as many heritage sites as possible. Visit the Charminar, Birla Mandir, Hussain Sagar, Golconda Fort, Chowmahalla Palace—to understand how the city was before cosmopolitan change took over. Also, the city is home to more than 140 lakes! There are artificial lakes in and around the city; their names usually end with the word sagar. Also, the cuisine is a must-try. Hyderabadi cuisine is famous for its spices; make sure you taste and don’t swallow everything that comes in front of you. You don’t want to have an upset stomach on your trip. What do you like best about your city? Hyderabad is like no other Indian city. Its uniqueness is its best part. Specially the Old City—you feel as though you’ve entered an old district in perhaps Afghanistan. Also, though the city is crowded, you have recreational options at almost every single corner.Read More
There are so many great drinks in Mexico, you will be spoilt for choice. Especially these days as it is not difficult to find great deals for holidays in Mexico if you would just look for cheap packages online. Starting here with a tasty non-alcoholic drink that is also very refreshing.
Watermelon Agua Fresca
This is a popular drink all over Latin America. It can be made from any fresh fruit, but watermelon is particularly good. The fruit is freshly squeezed and blended with crushed ice. If you would like a little bit of a kick, then replace the crushed ice with frozen crushed white wine instead.
Margarita is a great traditional Mexican drink made from Tequila, Triple Sec and lime juice, blended together and served over ice. The addition of fresh fruit and Cuervo Gold are for European and American tastes, however fresh crushed strawberries or mangoes make for a delicious drink.
Pune—the less said the better, the more seen the lesser. A city globally known as the Oxford of the East, Pune is everything a city should be—beautiful, unique, advanced, rural and urban at the same time. A city bustling with life and yet retaining its calm self, Pune is a jewel that few are privileged to live in.
There is a lot that you must do in Pune. Visit the forts—Sinhagad and Shaniwar Wada—to see history unfold itself in front of you. Hike to Sinhagad if possible; it’ll take 2 hours at the most. Visit the old city area and explore the peths—you’ll see the city’s true self. Visit Pune University and Fergusson College to see British-style architecture. Like all cities in India, Pune is incomplete without its temples.
Visit Chaturshringi and Dagdusheth temples if you want to see the famous ones. If you’re a traveler and not a tourist, visit all the manache Ganpatis; these are the most important Ganapati temples in the city—Ganapati being the most famous God in the state. Once you’ve taken in enough of the beauty, visit the tons of nightclubs in the night. You’ll see the city take a complete makeover.
Traveling Through the Beer Capital of India—Bangalore
Bangalore is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka, famous for its climate, food, and culture. Once famous just as the capital city of the state, today it’s much more than just that. With a rich cultural scene and wonderful heritage, this city is a traveler’s delight.
Visit the age-old temples—Begur Nageshwara and Someshwara. A view of the Bangalore Fort will show you the strength of the city. Similarly, a visit to Bangalore Palace—a palace based on English style, will show to the different architectural wonders this city houses. Hesaraghatta Lake is a photographer’s delight, while St. Francis Xavier Cathedral is famous globally. For a lively evening, you must go to M. G. Road and visit several small-scale cafes and restaurants. This area is also famous among shopaholics. What do you like best about your city? Undoubtedly the climate. Bangalore monsoons are just right; never too much, never too little. There is something romantic about the monsoons. Everything seems new—the hills especially give a new backdrop to the city.
Ulsoor Lake is a famous among walkers in the city. It is one of the most beautiful assets of Bangalore. Similarly, the entire city revolves around Lal Bagh, another great place for an early morning walk.Read More
The Transiberian train, the longest continuous railway and certainly one of the most impressive in the world, has been around for over a century. When it comes to historical significance, this may not sound too impressive, but that's only until you realize that the original plans for the world's longest railway were set in 1889. When other nations were still establishing local routes for their railway, Czar Alexander III was appointing engineers for what would turn out to be the single most expensive man-made construction in the world. It took engineers until 1913 to finalize the last segment of the train, just in time for the Revolution, which will turn the Transiberian into one of the most hated railways in the history of mankind - From February to October 1917, the train was primarily used to transport prisoners to exile and to connect Allied armies with the main forces stationed in Moscow.Read More