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EuroTourism: Make a tour/Take a tour

EuroTourism: Make a tour/Take a tour. INSIGHTS European Tourism Campaign 2010. WORLD TRAVEL Travelocity TOUR TODAY Adventure Travel TRIPMAKERS American Express AAA ONLINE Travel expedia LONELY PLANET FODOR’S. Name your travel company! Cymru Campaigns.

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EuroTourism: Make a tour/Take a tour

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  1. EuroTourism: Make a tour/Take a tour INSIGHTS European Tourism Campaign 2010

  2. WORLD TRAVEL Travelocity TOUR TODAY Adventure Travel TRIPMAKERS American ExpressAAA ONLINE Travel expedia LONELY PLANET FODOR’S Name your travel company! Cymru Campaigns

  3. Things that will not be on your presentation—but will be in your binders • Research notes • Research goals • Answers to research questions • Extra ideas • All Websites

  4. Cymru Campaigns offers WALES

  5. Why we should tour your country?(give a brief intro to your country here) • Choose Wales because it’s the best! • It’s a great example of the whole UK wrapped up in a smaller package! • It has an amazing sense of history seen through • Castles • Mountains • Rivers • Gardens • Rugby • Etc. (you should have a lot of cool reasons on this slide and the next)

  6. Cool facts about WALES! • -Wales is just to the west of England. • -Wales is an island. • -Wales is a mountainous country like Scotland. • -Wales, in welsh is cymru. • -Wales can be called a principality, since it is traditional supposed to be ruled by The Prince of Wales, who is the eldest of the king’s sons. • -Wales hasn’t been politically independent since King Edward conquered them. • -The national game of Wales is Rugby. • -Wales doesn’t have it’s own armed forces or currency. • -Welsh flag doesn’t appear in the UK flag, that is why there is no dragon. • -One of the most well recognized names of Wales is Sir George Everest, yes the highest peak on earth was named after this traveler. • -Cardiff is the capital of Wales. • -The official animal of Wales is the dragon.

  7. More reasons to tour your country • It costs less/more • There are plenty of activities • (name some) • Hiking in Snowdonia • Coasteering • Geo-caching • Taking in a rugby game

  8. Itinerary: • Day 1 (03/01/10) • Depart Memphis, TN (USA) 6:28 pm • Day 2 (03/02/10) • Arrive Heathrow / London, England (UK) 12:00 pm (next day) • BritRail from London to Cardiff, Wales • Depart London: Paddington Station 3:15pm • Arrive Cardiff, Wales: Cardiff Central 5:22pm • Check into hotel, Hilton Cardiff • Easy stroll around the centre of town • Dinner at the hotel • Relax at pool

  9. Day 3 • Breakfast at hotel • Walk to Cardiff Castle • grab coffee at Starbuck’s across from the castle & catch the City Sight-seeing tour bus • Hop on and off at various stops such as • Civic Centre • Millennium Centre • Cardiff Bay • Millennium Stadium • Finish & disembark at Cardiff Castle • lunch at the Caffi'r Castell Cafe (on the grounds) & tour Castle

  10. Day 3, cont. • 4:00 pm Return to Hotel to freshen up • Dinner at Mint & Mustard • 7:30-8:45 pm Llandaff Ghost Walk • Back to Hotel • Day 4 • Breakfast at hotel • City transit to National Botanic Gardens • Lunch • Free afternoon to explore • Dinner • Prep for move to Snowdonia

  11. Day 5 • Train to Beddgelert in Northern Wales • Wander around town • Rent bikes • Check out St. Mary’s Church • Look for monument to Gelert • Lunch at Ty Mawr tea room • Check in to cottage at Ty Twt • Make arrangements for tomorrow at Outdoor Education Centre

  12. Days 6 & 7 • Breakfast at Ty Twt Cottage • Day Activities at Aberglaslyn Hall—Choice of • Orienteering • Kayaking/Canoeing/Surf Kayaking • Mountaineering • Abseiling • Gorge Walking • Coasteering • Back to Ty Twt for rest and cleanup • Dinner at Pub in Beddgelert

  13. Day 8 • Breakfast at Ty Mawr • Rail from Rhyd Ddu station to Harlech • Tour Harlech Castle • Lunch at Cemlyn Tea Shop • Wander ruins of Cymer Abbey • Beach walk (if time--they’re golden & warm here!) • Train back to Beddgelert • Dinner at the cottage • Pack for return to London tomorrow

  14. Day 9 (travel day) • Self-catered Breakfast (bought at Celwyn yesterday) • Final stroll through Beddgelert, Snowdonia • Depart Welsh Highland Rail from Rhyd Ddu back to London • Lunch on Train • Arrive London 5pm • Check in to Hilton London Heathrow Airport • Dinner at hotel

  15. Day 10: (3/11/2010) • Depart Heathrow Airport/London, England (UK) 12:50pm • Arrive Memphis , TN (USA) 8:50pm (13 hrs) HOME!

  16. Thanks for travelling with CYMRU CAMPAIGNS!!!!! • This tour was brought to you by: • Mrs. Drummond’s patient family • And the following websites • http://www.ask.com/pictures?q=Millennium+Stadium&qsrc=6&o=0&l=dir&ni= • http://www.ask.com/pictures?l=dir&o=0&q=Cardiff%20Castle&qsrc=168 • http://www.welshholidaycottages.com/img/region/cardiff-bay.jpg • http://www.welshholidaycottages.com/wales/car... • http://www.urban75.org/vista/barrage.html • http://www.europeetravel.com/images/maps/europe-political-large.gif • http://www.travel-images.com/wales.html • http://www.freefoto.com/preview/40-11-9?ffid=40-11-9&k=Harlech+Castle • http://www.freefoto.com/browse/40-00-0?ffid=40-00-0 • http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/ • http://www.colinswalestourism.co.uk/#/cardiff-castle/4533612264 • http://www.gardenofwales.org.uk/en/321.html • http://www.beddgelerttourism.com/activities/Aberglaslyn-Hall • http://search.visitwales.co.uk/en-GB/Details.aspx?ContentID=516060&IndustryType=13&Location=Cardiff%2c+Wales&IsSearchFormAccommodation=False • http://www.cardiffcastle.com/content.asp?nav=4%2C14&parent_directory_id=1 • http://search.visitwales.co.uk/en-GB/Details.aspx?ContentID=827875&IndustryType=13&Location=Cardiff%2c+Wales&IsSearchFormAccommodation=False • http://www.city-sightseeing.com/index.phtml?command=search&destinations=cardiff • http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g186460-d967802-Reviews-Mint_Mustard-Cardiff_Southern_Wales_Wales.html

  17. http://www.cf.ac.uk/focuson/images/image-9551-web.jpg • http://myonethousandthings.blogspot.com/search/label/Cymru • http://www.restaurant-guide.com/uk+wales.htm • http://www.wales-calling.com/food.htm • http://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/WelshFood.htm • http://european-culinary-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/welsh_cuisine_part_of_traditional_british_food • http://www.mintandmustard.com/menu.pdf • http://www.snowdon-accommodation.co.uk/food.shtml • http://www.stayinwales.co.uk/detail.cfm?i=7041 • http://www.stayinwales.co.uk/wales.cfm?town=Beddgelert • http://search.visitwales.co.uk/en-GB/Details.aspx?ContentID=250144&IndustryType=1&StartDate=2010-03-02&Nights=3&WindowSearch=0&Adults=2&IsSearchFormAccommodation=True&ViewName=overview • http://search.visitwales.co.uk/en-GB/Details.aspx?ContentID=259766&IndustryType=1&StartDate=2010-03-02&Nights=3&WindowSearch=0&Adults=2&IsSearchFormAccommodation=True • http://search.visitwales.co.uk/en-GB/Details.aspx?ContentID=943645&IndustryType=1&StartDate=2010-03-02&Nights=3&WindowSearch=0&Adults=2&IsSearchFormAccommodation=True&ViewName=images • http://www.raileurope.com/us/rail/point_to_point/ • http://www.afan-valley-bike-hire.com/page2.html • http://www.bikewales.co.uk/615/Hire.html • http://www.droverholidays.co.uk/bike-hire.html?gclid=CJWf6Mzf458CFcNO2godxgfSGw • http://www.whatgas.com/petrol-prices/UK-fuel.aspx • www.expedia.com • http://www.raileurope.com/rail-tickets-passes/britrail-pass/discounts-and-pricing.html • http://www.enterprise.co.uk/car_rental/branchDetails.do • http://www.visitwales.co.uk/things-to-do-in-wales/gardens-public-and-botanical-gardens-in-wales/ • http://www.adventure-northwales.com/images/LeisureWeekends/surfing-coasteering_lrg.jpg • http://www.exelement.co.uk/images/products/19_1.jpghttp://www.coasteeringwales.co.uk/images/climbandjump.jpg • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2f/Map_of_Wales.GIF • http://www.map-of-uk.co.uk/maps/wales.jpg • http://brebru.com/webquests/medieval/castles/2/map_wal.gif • http://www.advertisingwales.com/home.asp

  18. What did I forget? • Did I list everything on my rubric? • Meals • Hotels • Activities • Pictures • Could you read my slides? • Did I know enough about my country? • Did I tell enough about my country? • What could have made this more interesting?

  19. Oops! • In my original I forgot— • To tell a little more about my country— • Where it’s located • What it’s climate/weather is like • Info about its history • Any other cool facts • To explain some of my activities • I wouldn’t need to actually put them on a slide, but I would need to talk about them during the show • How much my trip costs! What’s the bottom-line for this tour? • Did I elaborate on meals/local food? • Not on the slide so I had better talk about that too during the presentation— • EGAD! The show is boring because transitions and special effects like sounds or animation are missing!!

  20. Cost breakdown: • Air travel: $691 • Rail travel: $359 • Accommodation: $876 • Meals: $370 • Activities/site fees: $118 • Miscellaneous: $500 • Trip total: $2894

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