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If you happen to be planning that once in a lifetime adventure http://www.panthersfanaticproshop.com/devin-funchess-panthers-jersey/ , then why not consider a Europe break next year? Forget Italy, Spain, France, London is the place to go to, and what is more the city (in addition to a few out of city venues) is hosting the 2012 Olympic Games.


What could be more thrilling that holidaying in one of the worlds most exclusive capital cities, home of the Queen, Princess Diana, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Sq. and so much more? This city of tradition has a lot to offer and has never been so tourist-friendly and ready to take care of it鈥檚 tourists.


The London Olympics will take place next July and August and will principally be centred on the Olympic Village in London’s famous East End. If you’re feeling adventurous, you’ll be able to plan a holiday to soak up not just the Olympics, but the whole UK too. Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales all make for lovely day journeys or week 2 destinations and travel around the United Kingdom is straightforward and cheap.


There is a lot to do; sometimes it鈥檚 difficult to know the place to start. Here鈥檚 our dream Itinerary;


Week One
Select an airline like British Airways and fly in to London Heathrow or Gatwick. You’ll be able to either stay in a hotel, or lease a local property from a web site like London Games Rentals. Be careful to book this part of your trip early though because the Olympics will entice many more guests to London than normal and lodging will be scarce, particularly after the Easter break. Some trade insiders are forecasting an additional 500,000 visitors to London as a direct results of the games and that鈥檚 on top of the normal increase in tourism at this time of the year. Factor in the weak pound and it will be busy. Perform some research in to where the assorted Olympic events are actually being held as sports such as soccer, sailing and shooting are not going to be hosted in the Olympic Village.


We would recommend that you spend the first week following the Games and visiting London. The atmosphere will be electric and there is masses to do.


Try the popular haunts such as Madam Tussauds and the London Eye, visit the free museums and gallaries such as as the Natural History museum, the Science museum or Tate Modern.


Week Two
What鈥檚 special about London is that鈥檚 it is ideally located to do quite a few different things. We would recommend in the second week that you just lease a car and go see Great Britain. Try to end up at a different departure airport, say Edinburgh or Dublin to provide you a greater chance to see everything. Our journey would start with Brighton, located on the South coast of England. Brighton is a stupendous English Victorian seaside town that boasts its own pier and amusement area.


Next day a 3 hour trip, by way of Stonehenge to Bath to see this beautiful old town. Famous for its Roman Spa and Old World feel, a trip to Bath won’t ever be forgotten. Stay for a couple of days and get used to the West Country’s way of life, it鈥檚 a slower paced, and remarkably soothing. Make sure you take a day trip to Wales and use the old Severn Bridge.


Now is the time to explore further north and cross the invisible border and uncover the delights of Scotland. Scotland is a phenomenal country, if you have time visit Loch Ness and maybe spot the monster that’s rumoured to inhabit the deep waters. Glasgow is the home of the famous architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh whose influence will be seen throughout the city. Scotland’s other main metropolis is Edinburgh, a very inspiring city steeped in tradition. Scotland would be the proper ending to a wonderful adventure, the vacation of a lifetime, don’t miss the chance because this is one adventure that can never be repeated.

As Professor of Tourism Management at the University of Aberdeen Rigoberto teaches and has conducted research on on sustainable tourism planning and climate change in tourism (particularly business and social consequences) throughout the value chain.


He guest lectures students on Tourism Stakeholders cooperation in destinations.


He has edited or co-authored several books, including books on rural tourism and sustainable development, tourism partnerships, sustainable tourism in Europe, and coastal mass tourism.


So much to do, so little time


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Bat Grip


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