Saigon Phan Thiet 2 Days

 
Self-centered at the appointment in District 1, departing to Phan Thiet, on the way to visit Long Thanh breakfast. Starting Phan Thiet Tour – Ke Ga Lighthouse 2 Days 1 Night. After that, the delegation started the dream road with Ba Ria – Long Hai – Loc An – Ho Coc – Ho Tram – Binh Chau – Ke Ga – Suoi Nhum, connecting the beaches, the most beautiful resorts Southeast South Pole and South Pole.
 
You can see the natural scenery with blue sea, white sand and sunshine, along with the special artisanal resorts and resorts such as Anoasis resort, Tropicana resort, Lazi Beach Resort, Rock Water Bay, Sai Gon Suoi Nhum, especially Five Star Casino Hotel The Grand – Ho Tram Strip …To Ham Thuan Nam (Binh Thuan province – the province with the largest area of ​​dragon fruit in Vietnam) do not foot to you to view and take pictures of a dragon fruit garden along the road.
 
Continue to visit Ke Ga Lighthouse – the oldest lighthouse in Vietnam with over 115 years of age by boat or basket full (cost self) of fishermen in the sea, the delegation can conquer 183 steps inside Hai Post to enjoy the pristine beauty of the sea here. Continue Saigon Phan Thiet 2 Days to conquer Mui Ne sand hill, you join the beautiful scenery on both sides of the road and watch the boats of fishermen on landing at Mui Ne boat landing. After enjoying the sweet taste of coconut 3 times (cost self-sufficiency), you continue to conquer Sand Hill, watch the immense desert subdivision, join the game sand slide and admire the sunset. kissing on the sea.

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 Kim Bong carpentry village was established in the 15th century, to the end of the 16th century and beginning of the 17th century, began to develop strongly along the prosperous pace of Hoi An town. This time, Hoi An exchanges with foreign countries, created the premise for the traditional carpentry of Vietnam is mixed, distillation of different carpentry styles, satisfying many tastes, forming a sharp the private Kim Bong carpentry in Hoi An vietnamtraditionalvillage.com/traditional-villages-in-the-center.
 
In the 18th century, Kim Bong carpentry village formed three distinct groups. Carpentry construction, not only contributed to shaping the architecture of the ancient town of Hoi An, and saved many vestiges in Da Nang, the ancient capital of Hue … but also crossed the ocean by merchant ships in the country. far. Carpentry to build boats, meet the demand for trade with the type of boat to travel far, large payload such as elected ghe. Carpentry, making products for people’s living with high technical and aesthetic level. Along with that, the masonry painting, sculpture of the mascot also contributed to Kim Bong became a convergence of many Vietnamese elite.
 
Today, despite the golden age, the Kim Bong carpentry workers still make great contributions to the restoration and preservation of ancient monuments, and still swept everywhere to build the house. ancient, traditional three-storey house. In addition, handicraft carpentry also flourished when it began to travel.
 
According to the artisans Kim Bong Carpentry, carpentry here has never "died". The persistence and vitality of the village over hundreds of years has shown that, although sometimes hidden, but with love trade, the abundance of products with wood, construction, shipbuilding and fine. Kim Bong carpentry is still "living".

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33rd Annual Christmas New Orleans Style Event Overview
Reveillon Feasts, Cathedral Concerts, Festive Events, Hotel Deals
‘Cause it’s Christmastime in New Orleans
New Orleans – recently named one of the "Best Places to Go in 2018" by Frommer’s Travel Guides and "One of the Best Food Cities in the World" by Food & Wine – will celebrate the 33rd annual Christmas New Orleans Style (CNOS) with Reveillon feasts at over 50 of the city’s finest restaurants, 80 special holiday events including more than a dozen free concerts produced by French Quarter Festivals, Inc. (FQFI), and Papa Noël hotel deals for all budgets.
CNOS is a collaboration between FQFI and the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC). Throughout December, FQFI works closely with local retailers, restaurants, hotels, arts and community organizations to produce and promote quality holiday events. FQFI President and CEO Emily Madero said, "As New Orleans prepares to celebrate its 300th anniversary – and FQFI its 35th – Christmas New Orleans Style will celebrate our cultural heritage and showcase the best of NOLA’s emerging talent. Our concert lineup at historic St. Louis Cathedral and St. Augustine Catholic Church features the city’s most beloved, talented musicians; at restaurants all over the city, diners can take a bite of history with a traditional Reveillon dinner or enjoy our haute cuisine by selecting a contemporary menu. From traditional to modern, we have so much to offer!"
Christmas New Orleans Style 2017 kicks off on Thursday, November 16 with the French Market District’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony followed by the French-American Chamber of Commerce’s Beaujolais Nouveau Celebration on November 17. CNOS ends on Twelfth Night, January 6, 2018 when the Krewe de Jeanne d’Arc parades in the French Quarter and Phunny Phorty Phellows board the St. Charles Avenue streetcar to herald the start of Carnival. Other events include: nightly excursions through the magnificent lighting display at City Park’s Celebration in the Oaks; ice skating, gingerbread houses, and carnival rides at NOLA ChristmasFest; holiday cookie decorating for kids at the Hilton Riverside; historical characters strolling in the French Quarter; caroling in Jackson Square; holiday steamboat cruises; theatrical and musical performances; special tours of private homes dressed in Pu Luong home stay tour 

http://puluongvietnam.com/pu-luong-homestay-tour/ party ; a Christmas parade down Canal Street; Reindeer Run for children; and a second-line for neighborhood students led by the Outlet Collection at Riverwalk’s Singing Santa & the Riverwalk Jazz Band. More than 80 activities are planned, with plenty of opportunities to enjoy incredible dining, shopping, and culture.
St. Louis Cathedral and St. Augustine Church Concerts
Christmas New Orleans Style celebrates New Orleans’ rich musical heritage with jazz musicians, gospel choirs, classical ensembles, and others performing the sounds of the season with concerts at St. Louis Cathedral located in Jackson Square and St. Augustine Church located in historic Treme. Concerts at St. Louis Cathedral take place at 6 p.m. on December 4-7 and 10-14. Another concert, the annual St. Louis Cathedral Basilica Holiday Concert takes place Sunday, December 17 at 5:30 p.m., prior to Caroling in Jackson Square. Concerts at St. Augustine take place at 4pm on Saturday, December 2, 9, and 16.
Enjoy performances from Ellis Marsalis, Beau Soleil Trio avec Michael Doucet, The Boutté Family, Don Vappie, and many more. All concerts are free and open to the public. For a complete schedule visit the French Quarter Festivals, Inc. website at fqfi.org.
Reveillon Dinners
Reveillon, an adaptation of a traditional Creole holiday dining custom, will be celebrated nightly in almost 50 restaurants throughout the city. Menus showcase the feasts of Christmas past, present, and future: Four Reveillon restaurants – Antoine’s, Galatoire’s, Commander’s Palace, and Tujague’s – are more than 100 years old and feature classic Creole cuisine. Contemporary Reveillon utilizes preparation techniques and products of the modern day not necessarily available to the original Creoles. These meals can be enjoyed at The Grill Room, Restaurant R’evolution, Seaworthy, and many more. Reveillon menus are offered only once a year, making CNOS the only time guests can enjoy this authentic taste of New Orleans. New participants include: Cafe Dauphine, The Country Club, Curio, Fountain Lounge, The Old Coffeepot Restaurant, Public Service, The Royal House, and Tommy’s Cuisine. Diners can indulge in Reveillon at Fountain Lounge for $24 or be treated to Commander’s Palace decadent seven-course dinner for $100.
Reveillon on the Rocks
The Reveillon dinner has been celebrated in homes and restaurants all over New Orleans since the 1850s. Local bartenders now create both classic and original cocktails to capture the spirit of Reveillon, one-sip-at-a-time. Beginning December 1 and continuing until the last toast on New Year’s Eve, and at some spots lasting through Twelfth Night (January 6), more than 20 bars and restaurants will say "Cheers to the Holiday Season" with a total of 35 spirited libations. In 2017 FQFI welcomes new participants Public Belt and The Sazerac Bar.
Cooking Demonstrations
Christmas New Orleans Style serves up a series of cooking demonstrations from many of New Orleans’ finest chefs. FQFI, NOTMC, and WWL-TV team up to bring the "12 Days of Reveillon." For three weeks in December (12/7-22), WWL-TV will showcase New Orleans’ great chefs, preparing items from their 2017 Reveillon menus each morning between 8 and 9 a.m. Chefs include: Joe Maynard (Criollo), Guy Sockrider (Tujague’s), Matt Regan (The Bistreaux at Maison Dupuy), John Martin (Tableau), Jason Klutts (Kingfish Kitchen and Cocktails), Jana Billiot (Restaurant R’evolution), Eric Cook (Tommy’s Cuisine), Tory McPhail (Commander’s Palace), Daniel Causgrove (Seaworthy), Frank Brigtsen (Brigtsen’s Restaurant), and Erik Veney (Muriel’s Jackson Square). The Chef Holiday Cooking Demonstrations are sponsored by Louisiana Cookin’ Magazine.
Papa Noël Hotel Rates
Christmas New Orleans Style gives the gift of a memorable holiday encounter that can only be experienced in New Orleans. Travelers can take advantage of special offers at more than 50 of the city’s finest hotels and bed and breakfasts that feature attractive nightly Papa Noël discounted rates and luxurious value packages to visitors as their gift of the season. New participants in 2017 include: Terrell House Bed and Breakfast, Alder Hotel, Intown Suites, and NOPSI.
For complete Christmas New Orleans Style information and schedules, or to request a guidebook, visit fqfi.org.
Christmas New Orleans Style 2017 is produced by French Quarter Festivals, Inc. in collaboration with New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation. French Quarter Festivals, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to drive economic impact through investing in New Orleans unique cultural industries. FQFI also produces French Quarter Festival presented by Chevron (April) and Satchmo SummerFest presented by Chevron (August).
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FRIENDS! ‘Need wine for the 

Pu Luong Reatreat hotel 

http://puluongvietnam.com/pu-luong-retreat-tour/ ? Sip with impact with OneHopewine where every bottle has a cause partner! Its all about give back!
I HAD to share our Back Friday wine sale!
Usually $119 for a 1/2 case from 11/21-11/28 its only $74 for a half case!!!! and $144 for a full case normally $189 (again any reserve has an upcharge)
This is a great opportunity to stock up on reserves! $27 for a $45 bottle of wine….??
I KNOW!!!!!!
I’m taking pre-orders as a lot of these wine are limited quantities.
Let me know a good time to call you to grab selections and payment or call me any time!
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Cheers
Jaimie

Pu luong trekking tour

I was on 

Pu luong trekking tour 

http://puluongvietnam.com/pu-luong-tour-trekking/ new culinary walking tour of Strasbourg at the christening and it was fabulous. (I would take the whole cruise again just to repeat this tour.) The walking tour of Worms following the footsteps of Martin Luther was done well, but the lack of extant sites and subject matter made it less popular, as one might expect.

Mekong Delta 2 Day Tour

 
Down the paddle on the boat with the three beautiful girls, tourists enjoy the birds of heaven sky fish fish immense, pink lotus covered the water, turn the clump of green dust off the core on the children small canal through the forest to the bird’s nest.
 
You will hear headphones, eyes to see hundreds of bird species live here. Guests will go up the observation tower 18m high, watching the telescope to feel the endless green of Melaleuca forests and white undulating of thousands of birds of all kinds are breeding and residing there.
 
Embark on a stressful Mekong Delta 2 Day Tour, you can rest on the hammocks on the floor swung by the wind of the house, far away Melaleuca forests, is the same and the elf seeking bait; Or tourists just relax and fishing, the countryside fun but no less attractive, especially at noon you can enjoy the results of his sentence is what is interesting for.
 
Have lunch with seasonal dishes such as; Grilled lobster with lotus leaf, Tamarind fish, steamed fish with lemongrass.

I have a pre-sale on this open

Hey everyone,
I have a pre-sale on this open, but I am also offering an even lower price to my friends, and folks they refer because I would rather have a bunch of clients paying less who really want the help, than only taking on people who can pay the full price a couple of times a year. Go to Six flags
This is a year long, comprehensive nutrition program (with optional work out add on) that is perfect for those of you that want to:
Eat healthier but hate diets
Want guidance and coaching but you don’t like the idea of one on one coaching/can’t afford it.
Don’t want to feel deprived
Want to learn lifelong skills, rather than just be told what to eat or cut out.
Want a research based, results driven model to take control of your health.
For you, and anyone you refer, I can offer the year long program for 550 for the year, or 50 bucks a month. This was originally my "friends and family discount", and I don’t know how long I will be offering it for!