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If you are an Australian travel agent who loves to win awards, then there is no reason that you would not like to attend the Travel Weekly Roadshows, which is Australia’s best travel road show event. The 2 hour events, all set to take place in both Melbourne and Sydney, would feature a series of prizes, that includes including trips to magnificent destinations, and delicious cocktails and canapés, as well as a scope to network with fellow their travel agents.
The Melbourne event would take place tomorrow at Bourke Street’s the RAVC Club. This means that today is the last chance to register for the event On the other hand, the Sydney event would tae place on 21st May at the Dockside venue. If you want to register for the event, mail to – Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, Tourism Australia has brought out the newest evolution of their worldwide campaign named ‘There’s nothing like Australia’ with exceptional wine and food experiences from across the nation playing a starring role in an attempt to convert world’s appetite for Australia as a great travel destination into more visits.
The campaign was launched on 7th May, Wednesday at Sydney’s award-winning Quay Restaurant. The $10 million program is based on the theme of Australia being world’s greatest restaurant ‘Restaurant Australia’.
John O’Sullivan, the Tourism Australia Managing Director, told that Restaurant Australia is all about bringing together the incredible stories of their place and people and also produce to demonstrate to the world that every day, exceptional and unique wine and food experiences are being served-up in remarkable places; sharing these stories through the creation of compelling and rich content.
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It is a place to recharge the batteries. The road fag travelers would be able to have a little bite, car wash or gas up when a brand new travel plaza starts operation, next month, at the corner of 147th Street and 150th Avenue, just next to the JFK Airport.
Redolent of the roadside comfort places that connect highways throughout the country, the new 5.75 acre JFK Travel Plaza located near Belt Parkway as well as JFK Expressway opens on 3rd April, complete with food options like 7-Eleven and Wendy’s. It would also have free Wi Fi connections as well. Max’s New York Style Pizza and Qdoba Mexican Grill would also have their eatery at the plaza.
Instead of just gas, this place would offer compressed natural gas, Tesla electric chargers, diesel and Sunoco Gas. Clean Energy’s senior vice president of finance and sales Peter Grace told that this twenty first century facility would not just meet the fueling requirements for a wide range of vehicles types, but would encourage economic development for the airport’s surrounding communities by making cleaner burning and less expensive natural gas fuel more readily available.
The plaza also has the only legal parking for huge trucks in the city. According to reports, the place would generate 80 jobs as well as US$ 30 million sales in a year. People praised the jobs as well as economic gains it would generate and expect that it would attract new visitors to the area.
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The Port Authority airports crossed overall passenger records previous year with 111.6 million flight passengers, stated the agency on Monday. Before the recession, the last traveler record set for Port Authority came in the year 2007 when it saw 1.5 million fewer fliers compared to 2013.
This year, they broke their own record. Kennedy Airport, this year, had a record fifty million annual passengers, that includes a record twenty six million international visitors. LaGuardia Airport recorded 1.6 million international fliers.
In the mean time, trams and trains in cities across the world were awash with briefs and bare legs earlier on Sunday as pranksters traveled without pants for thirteenth annual No Pants Subway Ride. Daily commuters in Hong Kong, Beijing and Sydney braved public transport without pants in the stunt that has gone global since its 1st staging by United States group Improv Everywhere in New York in the year 2002.
12 years ago just 7 people participated in the very first No Pants Subway Ride but now thousands in major cities across the world took part in what organizers call as a celebration of silliness.
Before the Sydney ride, the organizers told that if questioned, you do not know any of the other pant less riders. Tell folks that you forgot to wear pants. Insist that it is a coincidence that others also forgot their trousers. Be nice, friendly and remain calm.
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