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Windy City Double Feature Picture Show
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) + The Indestructible Man (1956)

Windy City Double Feature Picture Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 105:52 Very Popular


This week, Mike and Adam look back at the B-movie sci-fi double feature of INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (1956) and THE INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN (1956)that opened at Riviera on March 30, 1956.  

La Diez Capital Radio
Informativo; La Diez Capital Radio (20-09-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 20:54


Informativo de primera hora del martes 20 de Septiembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. El 20 de septiembre es el 263.º (ducentésimo sexagésimo tercer) día del año en el calendario gregoriano y el 264.º en los años bisiestos. Quedan 102 días para finalizar el año. Hoy se cumplen 209 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Muy buenos días Ucrania. Día Mundial de la Libertad de Expresión de Pensamiento. Cada 20 de septiembre se celebra el Día Mundial de la Libertad de Expresión del Pensamiento, para conmemorar la "Brecha de la Porta Pía" en Roma, un hecho significativo mediante el cual las fuerzas patrióticas italianas derrotaron a las fuerzas del Vaticano, aliadas al Imperio Francés. Con la celebración de esta efeméride se pretende reafirmar y apoyar la diversidad de opiniones y el derecho a la libertad de expresión sin hostigamiento a los pensamientos, opiniones y creencias de las personas, como base de la sociedad moderna. Este día mundial pretende visibilizar el acosamiento y encarcelamiento de personas por ejercer el derecho a la libertad de expresión, violando sus derechos humanos fundamentales relacionados con la búsqueda y divulgación de información, ideas y opiniones sin represalias. 1519.- Cinco naves mandadas por Fernando de Magallanes parten del puerto de Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz) en busca de una nueva ruta para el mercado de las especias, una expedición que finalizó tres años después Juan Sebastián Elcano como la primera vuelta al mundo. 1920: El teniente coronel de infantería José Millán Astray y Terreros funda La Legión Española o Tercio de Extranjeros. Tal día como hoy, 20 de septiembre de 1946, se celebra la primera edición del Festival de cine de Cannes, en la Riviera francesa que se acabó convirtiendo en uno de los más importantes festivales cinematográficos del mundo. 1990.- Los Parlamentos de República Democrática Alemana y de la República Federal de Alemania ratifican el Tratado de Unificación política de las dos Alemanias. 2006.- Se publica el hallazgo en Etiopía del fósil de una niña de hace 3,3 millones de años. Años más tarde, el 20 de septiembre de 2011, la política de «No preguntes, no digas» de las Fuerzas Armadas de EE. UU. que prohibía la homosexualidad abierta terminó oficialmente. 2017.- La Guardia Civil detiene por orden judicial a catorce altos cargos del Govern de Cataluña. El Gobierno central asumen el control presupuestario de la Comunidad y el Tribunal Constitucional anula los acuerdos para la convocatoria del referéndum ilegal del 1-O. Santoral para el 20 de septiembre: Dionisio, Prisco, Eustaquio, Agapito, Felipa, Imelda. Ucrania consolida posiciones en la orilla oriental del río Oskil. Reino Unido despide con un funeral solemne a Isabel II. Felipe VI y Letizia y los reyes eméritos, sentados juntos en el funeral de Isabel II en su primera imagen pública desde 2020. Zarzuela aclara que la ubicación del rey emérito en el funeral corresponde al protocolo establecido por Londres. El sueldo de los consejos de las compañías españolas cotizadas creció un 13,2% en 2021. Los consejeros ejecutivos ganaron de media 1,7 millones de euros, un 7,1% más. España eliminará los controles sanitarios en los aeropuertos para los viajeros de todos los países. La medida, que se hará efectiva próximamente, permitirá que los turistas procedentes de países de fuera de la UE no pasen ningún filtro. Durante la jornada del lunes se registraron intensas precipitaciones en Gran Canaria, que afectaron especialmente a Telde e Ingenio, dejando diferentes inundaciones. Y Ayer caos circulatorio por las lluvias en Tenerife: colas, un coche que cayó por un socavón y cascadas de agua. El Gobierno anuncia un plan especial de vivienda y ayudas para Puerto Naos y La Bombilla, aún evacuados por el volcán. El ministro de la Presidencia, Félix Bolaños, reconoce que la situación de los habitantes de estos dos núcleos costeros de La Palma es “desesperada y de impotencia”, porque disponen de vivienda pero no pueden acceder a ellas debido a los gases nocivos que emanan aún de la tierra. Canarias, con más de un millón de pasajeros internacionales en agosto, supera las llegadas de 2019. Es el único destino nacional que ya ha mejorado las cifras previas a la pandemia; en el conjunto nacional, en lo que va de año la entrada de pasajeros por vía aérea alcanza los 53 millones. Distribución porcentual de la energía solar fotovoltaica generada en España en 2021, por comunidad autónoma. Canarias genera en España el 1,24%. Andalucía y Extremadura cada una el 23%, La Mancha el 17%, Murcia el 9,6%, Aragón el 10%, Castilla y León el 7%. En Gwh. Ángel Víctor Torres y el ministro Bolaños presiden la Comisión Mixta para la reconstrucción de la isla un año después y hacen balance. El Cabildo de Tenerife se gasta 400.000 euros en promocionar el Circuito del Motor con un piloto de Fórmula 1. La institución insular contrata a la empresa Agency By Sports And Life, la única que “dispone de las autorizaciones necesarias” para gestionar la imagen del piloto profesional Carlos Sainz Junior, quien será embajador de la marca “Tenerife Circuito del Motor”. El 20 de septiembre de 1966 nace Nuno Bettencourt en Azores, Portugal. Es un guitarrista portugués miembro de la banda Extreme, se hizo famoso por la balada “More Than Words”

La Diez Capital Radio
El Remate; Reino Unido despide a Isabel II (20-09-2022)

La Diez Capital Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 141:36


Programa de actualidad informativa, presentado y dirigido por Miguel Angel González Suárez. www.ladiez.es - Informativo de primera hora del martes 20 de Septiembre de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. El 20 de septiembre es el 263.º (ducentésimo sexagésimo tercer) día del año en el calendario gregoriano y el 264.º en los años bisiestos. Quedan 102 días para finalizar el año. Hoy se cumplen 209 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Muy buenos días Ucrania. Día Mundial de la Libertad de Expresión de Pensamiento. Cada 20 de septiembre se celebra el Día Mundial de la Libertad de Expresión del Pensamiento, para conmemorar la "Brecha de la Porta Pía" en Roma, un hecho significativo mediante el cual las fuerzas patrióticas italianas derrotaron a las fuerzas del Vaticano, aliadas al Imperio Francés. Con la celebración de esta efeméride se pretende reafirmar y apoyar la diversidad de opiniones y el derecho a la libertad de expresión sin hostigamiento a los pensamientos, opiniones y creencias de las personas, como base de la sociedad moderna. Este día mundial pretende visibilizar el acosamiento y encarcelamiento de personas por ejercer el derecho a la libertad de expresión, violando sus derechos humanos fundamentales relacionados con la búsqueda y divulgación de información, ideas y opiniones sin represalias. 1519.- Cinco naves mandadas por Fernando de Magallanes parten del puerto de Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz) en busca de una nueva ruta para el mercado de las especias, una expedición que finalizó tres años después Juan Sebastián Elcano como la primera vuelta al mundo. 1920: El teniente coronel de infantería José Millán Astray y Terreros funda La Legión Española o Tercio de Extranjeros. Tal día como hoy, 20 de septiembre de 1946, se celebra la primera edición del Festival de cine de Cannes, en la Riviera francesa que se acabó convirtiendo en uno de los más importantes festivales cinematográficos del mundo. 1990.- Los Parlamentos de República Democrática Alemana y de la República Federal de Alemania ratifican el Tratado de Unificación política de las dos Alemanias. 2006.- Se publica el hallazgo en Etiopía del fósil de una niña de hace 3,3 millones de años. Años más tarde, el 20 de septiembre de 2011, la política de «No preguntes, no digas» de las Fuerzas Armadas de EE. UU. que prohibía la homosexualidad abierta terminó oficialmente. 2017.- La Guardia Civil detiene por orden judicial a catorce altos cargos del Govern de Cataluña. El Gobierno central asumen el control presupuestario de la Comunidad y el Tribunal Constitucional anula los acuerdos para la convocatoria del referéndum ilegal del 1-O. Santoral para el 20 de septiembre: Dionisio, Prisco, Eustaquio, Agapito, Felipa, Imelda. Ucrania consolida posiciones en la orilla oriental del río Oskil. Reino Unido despide con un funeral solemne a Isabel II. Felipe VI y Letizia y los reyes eméritos, sentados juntos en el funeral de Isabel II en su primera imagen pública desde 2020. Zarzuela aclara que la ubicación del rey emérito en el funeral corresponde al protocolo establecido por Londres. El sueldo de los consejos de las compañías españolas cotizadas creció un 13,2% en 2021. Los consejeros ejecutivos ganaron de media 1,7 millones de euros, un 7,1% más. España eliminará los controles sanitarios en los aeropuertos para los viajeros de todos los países. La medida, que se hará efectiva próximamente, permitirá que los turistas procedentes de países de fuera de la UE no pasen ningún filtro. Durante la jornada del lunes se registraron intensas precipitaciones en Gran Canaria, que afectaron especialmente a Telde e Ingenio, dejando diferentes inundaciones. Y Ayer caos circulatorio por las lluvias en Tenerife: colas, un coche que cayó por un socavón y cascadas de agua. El Gobierno anuncia un plan especial de vivienda y ayudas para Puerto Naos y La Bombilla, aún evacuados por el volcán. El ministro de la Presidencia, Félix Bolaños, reconoce que la situación de los habitantes de estos dos núcleos costeros de La Palma es “desesperada y de impotencia”, porque disponen de vivienda pero no pueden acceder a ellas debido a los gases nocivos que emanan aún de la tierra. Canarias, con más de un millón de pasajeros internacionales en agosto, supera las llegadas de 2019. Es el único destino nacional que ya ha mejorado las cifras previas a la pandemia; en el conjunto nacional, en lo que va de año la entrada de pasajeros por vía aérea alcanza los 53 millones. Distribución porcentual de la energía solar fotovoltaica generada en España en 2021, por comunidad autónoma. Canarias genera en España el 1,24%. Andalucía y Extremadura cada una el 23%, La Mancha el 17%, Murcia el 9,6%, Aragón el 10%, Castilla y León el 7%. En Gwh. Ángel Víctor Torres y el ministro Bolaños presiden la Comisión Mixta para la reconstrucción de la isla un año después y hacen balance. El Cabildo de Tenerife se gasta 400.000 euros en promocionar el Circuito del Motor con un piloto de Fórmula 1. La institución insular contrata a la empresa Agency By Sports And Life, la única que “dispone de las autorizaciones necesarias” para gestionar la imagen del piloto profesional Carlos Sainz Junior, quien será embajador de la marca “Tenerife Circuito del Motor”. El 20 de septiembre de 1966 nace Nuno Bettencourt en Azores, Portugal. Es un guitarrista portugués miembro de la banda Extreme, se hizo famoso por la balada “More Than Words” - Sección de actualidad informativa con Humor inteligente en el programa El Remate de Miguel Angel González Suárez, en La Diez Capital Radio con el periodista palmero y socarrón, José Juan Pérez Capote, El Número Uno. - Entrevista en el programa Le Remate de La Diez Capital con el Presidente del PP en el Puerto De la Cruz, analizamos la situación de la ciudad turística. - Tertulia de actualidad informativa en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital radio con Virginia Teja y Onelia Segredo. Reino Unido despide con un funeral solemne a Isabel II. Felipe VI y Letizia y los reyes eméritos, sentados juntos en el funeral de Isabel II en su primera imagen pública desde 2020. Zarzuela aclara que la ubicación del rey emérito en el funeral corresponde al protocolo establecido por Londres. El sueldo de los consejos de las compañías españolas cotizadas creció un 13,2% en 2021. Los consejeros ejecutivos ganaron de media 1,7 millones de euros, un 7,1% más. España eliminará los controles sanitarios en los aeropuertos para los viajeros de todos los países. Y Ayer caos circulatorio por las lluvias en Tenerife: colas, un coche que cayó por un socavón y cascadas de agua. Distribución porcentual de la energía solar fotovoltaica generada en España en 2021, por comunidad autónoma. Canarias genera en España el 1,24%. Andalucía y Extremadura cada una el 23%, La Mancha el 17%, Murcia el 9,6%, Aragón el 10%, Castilla y León el 7%. En Gwh. Todo esto y mucho. Más con la participación de los oyentes.

Main Street Magic - A Walt Disney World Podcast
497: Dining Review: Topolino's Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera (Dinner)

Main Street Magic - A Walt Disney World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:37


Jeremy and Rhonda, along with 7 of their friends, enjoy dinner at Topolino's Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera and review everything from antipastos, starters, hand-crafted pastas. steaks, dessert, and more.Follow Us on Social MediaFacebook GroupFacebook: @MainStMagicTwitter: @MainStMagicInstagram: @MainStMagicVisit Us Onlinewww.MainStMagic.comwww.WonderlandCrew.comwww.MainStreetShirts.comGet Dining Alerts!Find last-minute and hard-to-find Disney dining reservations with MouseDining.com! Get text and email alerts when popular theme park dining reservations open up. Get last-minute seating! Get the next table! Set your alerts now! Get the next reservation!Visit our Partnerswww.MSMFriends.comGet a FREE vacation quote to your favorite destinationChuck Marchetti, Main Street Magic TravelMainStMagicTravel.com for a free quoteThanks to TFresh Productions for our theme songFollow Travis on Instagram @tfresh_productions

Brujo Blanco: Andrés
Andrés de la Riviera (Brujo Blanco) 19-09-2022

Brujo Blanco: Andrés

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 15:22


Programa: Amor, prosperidad y familia. Por cortesía de Abacadabra Templo de Sanación. En voz de Andrés de la Riviera. (EL Brujo Blanco) Teléfonos: 8642 30-54 / 2222 30-54. Desde Costa Rica para el mundo. Bienvenidos al mundo de la magia y el ocultismo! WhatsApp: https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=50686423054 Telegram: https://t.me/BrujoblancoAndres Web: https://brujoblancocr.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Amarres-de-amor-verdadero-del-Brujo-blanco-Andr%C3%A9s-113084516755789/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brujoblancoandres/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjhQCihers4kAqyizaVPntw Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrujoblancoAnd TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@brujoblancoandres

Le bijou comme un bisou
Haute Joaillerie été 2022 #5 Mellerio : collection Riviera

Le bijou comme un bisou

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 6:14


 Dans cette histoire de bijou comme un bisou, il était une fois la Haute Joaillerie été 2022, le moment dit de « La Couture » où les Maisons présentent place Vendôme leurs plus belles créations. Alors je vous partage mon pass presse pour vous emmener aux présentations de ces collections de Haute joaillerie. C'est parti pour une saison capsule de 5 épisodes !    C'est au 9 rue de la Paix que nous allons découvrir la collection de la Maison Mellerio. Cette Maison fondée en 1613 appartient au club international très particulier des Hénokiens qui rassemblent les entreprises familiales et centenaires et Mellerio a plus de 400 ans ! C'est Laure-Isabelle Mellerio qui représente la 15e génération de la Maison. Alors elle a choisi de s'inspirer des bijoux créés par la maison familiale entre 1820 et 1830 et de nommer cette collection de Haute Joaillerie « Pierreries ».      J'ai bien en tête une parure historique de 1825 que la Maison Mellerio conserve précieusement dans son patrimoine et expose quelque fois. Dans un écrin de cuir créé spécialement repose un peigne de chignon, une paire de boucle d'oreille, un pendant et un collier, tout en or travaillé et serti d'améthystes.     Cette collection 2022 m'évoque beaucoup ce style. Tout d'abord dans la taille des pierres : coussin, ovales,… elles suggèrent la douceur mais aussi la plénitude ne serait-ce que par leur nombre et leur dimension : 22 pierres pour un total de 220 carats !     C'est l'attention aux détails qui donne définitivement une opulence au collier. Toutes les 3 pierres, avec une régularité qui travaille son irrégularité bien pensée (1 ovale, 2 carrés ou 2 carrés, 1 ovale), une pierre plus petite, en ovale et serti clos granulé s'entoure de 2 rangs de granulations sur collerettes en or jaune, surmontée d'une fleur en or rose épaulée de 2 feuillages en or vert.  Pour toutes les autres gemmes les griffes sont en granules alternées de boules plus petites comme une sorte de fleur de lys qui formerait au final une dentelle où les liens qui les relient sont torsadés comme le sont aussi chaque petit anneau qui attache les montures de chaque pierre entre elles.     Les colliers "Pierreries", adaptables et transformables chantent une gamme chromatique vivifiante par un choix original de gemmes de couleur intenses et de pierres de pouvoir.    La citrine rayonne du jaune éclatant à l'orange flamboyant et concentre la chance et la prospérité matérielle et sentimentale.  L'améthyste décline tous ses camaïeux du rose au parme jusqu'au violet qui entoure de douceur et de spiritualité pour diffuser l'équilibre et la sérénité.  La prasiolite déploie ses nuances du vert tendre au vert sauge pour apporter l'optimisme, la bonne humeur et l'acceptation de soi.  Et le quartz rutile concentre dans ses rayons dorés l'énergie, et la joie de vivre et favorise la sincérité.     Ces colliers se cumulent pour démultiplier leur pouvoir ce qu'exprime ainsi Laure-Isabelle Mellerio « J'ai voulu rendre hommage à ces pièces anciennes dont l'allure me paraît toujours aussi pertinente aujourd'hui. Elles prouvent, qu'en matière de style, l'attitude dans le porté joue un rôle de premier plan puisque ces pièces d'exception peuvent aisément constituer une joaillerie du quotidien ».      A côté de « Pierreries », la Maison Mellerio présente également la collection « Riviera ». Cette fois la Maison explore son ADN à travers son savoir faire. En effet la collection est un hommage à la taille Mellerio une taille spéciale à 57 facettes en forme d'ovale dans une ellipse. Alors toute la collection collier, bague, pendant et montre explore cette forme ovoïdale. La forme est dessinée comme un trait graphique reprise par un artiste, alors sur les pendentifs, l'or brossé alterne avec l'or lisse créant des aspérités comme une œuvre à main levée. L'ensemble fait référence à la liberté de l'été sur la Riviera, aux tenues décontactées des soirées enfiévrées de l'Avant-Garde. Parfois une fleur de cactus s'insère sur l'ovale précieux, en or travaillé, ou une émeraude s'érige comme un pin parasol sur la plage.     Ainsi ce termine la présentation de la collection Pierreries et Riviera de Mellerio.  Je suis Anne Desmarest de Jotemps et je donne une voix aux bijoux.  Cette émission est le dernier volet de la capsule spéciale haute Joaillerie été 2022. Pour découvrir la saison n'hésitez pas à vous abonnez sur votre plate-forme d'écoute préférée. Si vous êtes sur Apple podcast, Spotify ou sur YouTube mettez de jolis commentaires, des pouces ou des étoiles et partagez ! C'est ce qui permet de doper le référencement des podcasts !      Je vous donne rendez-vous dimanche prochain sur mon autre podcast, Brillante, le podcast des femmes de la joaillerie.  Je vous envoie un bisou !   Comme un bijou !   Auteure et Production : Anne Desmarest de Jotemps @iletaitunefoislebijou  Gestion du son : Anne Desmarest de Jotemps @iletaitunefoislebijou  Musique : Mer-Ka-Ba- Jesse Gallagher  Graphisme : Ghinwa Ashkar  

il posto delle parole
Elisabetta Rosaspina "Enigma Evita"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 28:22


Elisabetta RosaspinaEnigma Evita"Storia della donna che ammaliò il mondoMondadorihttps://www.mondadori.it/Giovedì 2 settembre 1971. Un carro funebre, partito dal cimitero Maggiore di Milano, sfreccia lungo la Riviera italiana e francese in direzione del confine spagnolo. L'autista non sa ancora chi sta portando a Madrid. I documenti identificano la defunta come Maria Maggi vedova De Magistris, ma l'eccentrico personaggio che accompagna il feretro, e si presenta come il fratello, sa che quelle carte mentono. Nella bara c'è il corpo mummificato di Evita, che per quattordici anni è stata sepolta sotto falso nome. Sta tornando dal marito, Juan Domingo Perón, l'ex presidente dell'Argentina, esule nella Spagna di Francisco Franco dopo essere stato deposto nel 1955 dalla Revolución Libertadora.Inizia così, con i ricordi tuttora vividi dello chauffeur italiano che inconsapevolmente contribuì a trafugare la mummia più ricercata al mondo, la biografia della donna che in patria continua a essere venerata come una santa. Oppure odiata come un'arrampicatrice senza scrupoli. Quel viaggio, in fondo, è anche la metafora della vita di Eva Duarte: un'esistenza vissuta a tutta velocità, bruciata dall'ansia di arrivare. Viva o morta, il suo traguardo è sempre stato Perón.Le intense pagine di Elisabetta Rosaspina la seguono da quando, sedicenne, partì dall'anonimato e dalla povertà della pampa verso il suo riscatto, nella Buenos Aires degli anni Trenta e Quaranta. Cercava fortuna come attrice, l'avrebbe trovata come politica e filantropa, fino a diventare la donna più potente dell'America Latina, capace di riscuotere l'ammirazione dell'Europa intera, allorché, nell'immediato dopoguerra, girò la Spagna, l'Italia, il Vaticano, la Francia, il Portogallo e la Svizzera in settantanove giorni di lussi e di misteri.Ha «regnato» sull'Argentina appena sette anni, consacrandosi all'amore per i suoi descamisados e all'odio per l'oligarchia, eppure sarà sempre circondata da intrighi e sospetti, idolatria e maldicenza. Persino sulle sue spoglie, «eternizzate» da un medico spagnolo, si scateneranno battaglie, e sulla sua memoria continueranno a scontrarsi sostenitori e detrattori. L'enigma di Evita, agli occhi del mondo, non è mai stato svelato.Elisabetta Rosaspina, giornalista, ha lavorato alla «Notte», al «Giornale» e al «Corriere della Sera». Nel 2019 ha pubblicato da Mondadori Margaret Thatcher, con cui ha vinto il premio Comisso nella sezione BiografiaIL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Union Radio
Lado B || Gran Radio Riviera nos presenta su tema ”Omae Wa” junto a La Vida Bohème

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 8:28


Red Sector MotoGP Podcast
Misano GP, Marc Marquez, Ducati decisions, MotoGP Stewards, & Stump Bunno

Red Sector MotoGP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 104:32


In this episode Mat and Bunno sit down to discuss the Gran Premio Gryfyn di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini. What do the guys think of KTM's treatment of their riders? What do they make of the race stewards decisions from this race weekend? If you drop soap on the floor is the floor clean or the soap dirty? Two of these three questions will be answered in this episode. Follow the podcast on Twitter and Instagram @RedSectorMotoGPFollow Bunno on Twitter @BunnoGP_ and Instagram @BunnoGP and@BunnoGP_photographyFollow Josh on Twitter @RedSectorJoshFollow Mat on all social media's @matpolansky1 Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

DVC Newscast by My DVC Points
N089 New DVC Lounge coming to Disneyland and New DVC Direct Discounts on Sold-out Resorts

DVC Newscast by My DVC Points

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 27:58


Pete and Vicky discuss Disney Vacation Club's exciting announcement of a new Member Lounge coming to Disneyland Resort in 2023! Additionally, Disney Vacation Club has rolled out discounts on three sold-out resorts: Disney's Old Key West Resort, Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort, and Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows. N089 Season 8 of the My DVC Points Podcast was brought to you by: DVC Resale Market - Industry Leader in DVC Resales DVC Rental Store - DVC Point Rentals Monera Financial - Exclusively Financing DVC Contracts Patreon supporters in the My DVC Points VIP Producer Club. New DVC Member Lounge coming to Disneyland in 2023 Disney Vacation Club is developing its first Member Lounge at Disneyland Resort in California. The lounge will be called “Disney Vacation Club Star View Station” and is anticipated to open in the first half of 2023. The new lounge will be located in the heart of Tomorrowland at Disneyland Park, in the space on the second floor of the Star Wars: Launch Bay building. The sleekly designed “space” will be home to a dedicated Disney Vacation Club Member Services team, as well as plenty of casual seating, complimentary Wi-Fi, device-charging stations and more. The new lounge will be open daily during scheduled hours to eligible* Disney Vacation Club Members with valid park tickets and reservations to Disneyland Park. Source: Disney Parks Blog Discounts on three older properties for direct purchase  DVC has reintroduced discounts for three older properties: Disney's Old Key West Resort, Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort, and Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows. Old Key West and Saratoga Springs currently have a base price of $200 per point while Polynesian is set at $250 per point. The supply of points at these resorts is limited given their "sold out" status. Net prices for Old Key West and Saratoga are on par with Riviera while Polynesian is considerably higher than even Grand Floridian.  Sold-Out Resorts - New Member Pricing Discount 8/25 - 11/16PriceOKW / SSRPricePolynesian 150 - 174 points2198248175 - 199 points3197247200 - 249 points 7193243250 - 299 points8192242300 - 499 points12188238500 - 999 points141862361000+ points15185235 Disney Vacation Club previously revealed plans to build a new tower on the grounds of the Polynesian, but there is no word on whether or not current Polynesian owners will have 11-month booking rights to that new tower. Source: DVC News My DVC Points is an awesome community of DVC members. Our positive, respectful, and authentic conversations about Disney Vacation Club are designed to help people make informed and educated decisions about what's best for their families. Please join us to continue the conversations on our Facebook Group, Discord Server, and YouTube channel. It takes an awesome community of DVC members to produce our content. We're always recruiting people to help research, produce, edit, or join our shows to share their stories. Thus far, we've had over 225 DVC members on our shows. If our content has been a blessing to your family, please consider supporting our show through our VIP Producer's Club at Patreon.com and join us for the Patreon After-Party from our live shows. Facebook admins and moderators of the My DVC Points Community Group: Sandy Symianick, Gina Grotsky, Shannon Ford, Caleb Allison, and Mary Anne Tracy. "Take Flight" music by Martinrowberry1 on Pond5.

OUTTAKE VOICES™ (Interviews)
The Dinah Celebrates 31 Years 9/21 - 9/25

OUTTAKE VOICES™ (Interviews)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 12:18


Mariah Hanson, founder and producer of the legendary Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend talks to Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ about celebrating The Dinah's 31st year that takes place September 21st through September 25th in Palm Springs, CA. The Dinah is continuing its legend with a show-stopping all-female entertainment line-up and has moved to one of Palm Springs' most historic hotels The Margaritaville formerly The Riviera. Built in 1959 this newly renovated establishment will serve as party central infamous for its role of drawing iconic celebrities like Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Sammy Davis Jr. and Sonny and Cher. This glamorous venue will host The Black and White Ball in the Grand Ballroom Friday night September 23rd with 80s pop idol Taylor Dayne who is exclusively bringing her full band to put on a rare and unique show for Dinah goers. Also headlining the Friday night event will be Haviah Mighty who just won a Juno for “Best Canadian Album of the Year” and is now on her way to take the U.S. by storm. Then on Saturday night Fletcher one of the most electrifying queer artists to burst onto the scene is taking centerstage at The Hollywood Party also in the fabulous Grand Ballroom. Of course it wouldn't be The Dinah without the next level of epic pool parties. The weekend pool parties will be highlighted with exclusive live performances by four exciting emerging queer artists Zolita, IV4, Cassidy King and Siena Liggins who are making themselves role models as visible members of our LGBTQ community. DJs spinning throughout The Dinah this year will include DJ Leslie Ortiz, DJ Alex D, DJ Gracy D, DJ China G and DJ Tatiana. We talked to Mariah about what she hopes to accomplish with The Dinah this year and her spin on our LGBTQ issues.  Mariah Hanson has continuously utilized The Dinah as a platform to mobilize our LGBTQ community around humanitarian projects and social issues. An exemplary community leader she has single-handedly revolutionized her industry, overturned tradition and raised the bar on female achievement with an event that is entirely produced by women for women. OUTTAKE MEDIA has been a proud Media Sponsor of The Dinah for the last six years and we'll be attending all the festivities this year. Note: In compliance with the City of Palm Springs COVID safety protocol, all attendees, entertainers and staff are required to show proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test result or proof of full vaccinations to attend the festival.   For More Info & Tix… LISTEN: 600+ LGBTQ Chats @OUTTAKE VOICES  

il posto delle parole
Enrico Franceschini "Un'estate a Borgomarina"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 16:49


Enrico Franceschini"Un'estate a Borgomarina"Rizzolihttps://www.rizzolilibri.it/Cosa c'è di più bello che crescere e invecchiare insieme agli amici d'infanzia, in un pittoresco borgo di mare? Eppure, quando l'imprenditore Amos Zoli, l'uomo con l'albergo più grosso, il conto in banca più grosso, lo yacht più grosso, viene ripescato nelle acque del porto canale in un'umida alba di giugno, si scopre che a Borgomarina serpeggiano antichi risentimenti e desideri di vendetta. Chiamato a indagare dalla figlia della vittima, il giornalista in pensione e detective per caso Andrea Muratori si mette alla ricerca dell'assassino tra i personaggi che popolano la piccola stazione balneare della Riviera romagnola. Al suo fianco non possono mancare i suoi inseparabili vecchi compagni di classe, i “tre moschettieri”, e le loro intrepide compagne. La soluzione potrebbe essere nel messaggio in codice lasciato ai posteri dal genio del Rinascimento, Leonardo da Vinci, che cinquecento anni prima ha disegnato il porticciolo locale, ma serve anche la memoria di un'ottuagenaria ex maestra di scuola...Tra pedinamenti notturni, gite al faro, gare di tuffi dal molo, concorsi di bellezza per nonne, abbuffate di pesce, e topi di biblioteca, ci vorrà una lunga estate per scoprire i segreti che animano Borgomarina. Un giallo che affonda le radici nella Storia, una felliniana commedia sull'amicizia, sullo sfondo del mito nazionalpopolare delle vacanze italiane.Enrico Franceschini (Bologna 1956) ha girato il mondo come corrispondente estero di un grande quotidiano, pur mantenendo sempre uno stretto legame con una località balneare della riviera romagnola. È autore di più di venti romanzi e saggi tra cui Vivere per scrivere, finalista al Premio Estense 2018. Le altre indagini di Andrea Muratori pubblicate da Rizzoli sono: Ferragosto (2021) e Un'estate a Borgomarina (2022).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Más de Uno Madrid
Personajes Ilustres: Passenger

Más de Uno Madrid

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 2:49


Hace diez años, las listas de éxitos estaban lideradas por una canción que hablaba sobre echar de menos algo que ya no tienes. Se trata de Passenger y su ‘Let her go', que hoy sonará en la voces de cientos de madrileños en la sala Riviera. Irati González nos cuenta su historia.

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Author Patricia Sands On The Storytellers

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 22:28


Episode 53: Sharing new secrets with Author Patricia Sands on The Storytellers. Patricia Sands lives two hours north of Toronto, but her heart's other home is the South of France. An avid traveler, she spends part of each year on the Cote d'Azur and once a year co-leads a 16-women, 12-day tour of the Riviera and Provence. Her award-winning 2010 debut novel, The Bridge Club, is a book club favorite. The Promise of Provence, which launched her three-part Love in Provence series was a finalist for a 2013 USA Best Book Award and a 2014 National Indie Excellence Award, an Amazon Hot New Release in April 2013, and a 2015 nominee for a #RBRT Golden Rose award in the category of romance. Drawing Lessons, Sands' fifth novel, also set in the south of France, was released by Lake Union Publishing in 2017 and was a Finalist in the Somerset Literary Book Award 2019. The Villa des Violettes miniseries released in 2019/20 and Book 4 is anticipated in 2023. Her just released novel is The Secrets We Hide. She is also busy writing a novella, Lost At Sea, to be included in the nine-book Sail Away series that will publish in January 2023. Find out more about Patricia at: http://www.patriciasandsauthor.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/patricia.sands.9 and https://www.facebook.com/AuthorPatriciaSands Twitter https://twitter.com/patricia_sands Bookbub https://www.bookbub.com/authors/patricia-sands Goodreads - http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4381348.Patricia_Sands Instagram https://www.instagram.com/psands.stories/?hl=en The Storytellers hosted by Grace Sammon, focuses on individuals who choose to leave their mark on the world through the art of story. Each episode engages guests and listeners in the story behind the story of authors, artists, reporters and others who leave a legacy of storytelling. Applying her years of experience as an educator, entrepreneur, author, and storyteller herself, Grace brings to listeners an intimate one-on-one experience with her guests. Visit Grace at her website www.gracesammon.net. Contact Grace about being a guest on the show, email her at grace@gracesammon.net Follow Grace: On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GraceSammonWrites/ On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/GraceSammonWrites/ On Twitter https://www.twitter.com/GSammonWrites On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grace-sammon-84389153/ #TheStorytellers #Storyteller #Storytellers # Storytelling #AuhtorInterview #LetsTalkBooks #LeaveYourMark #AuthorLife #StorytellerLife #ArtofStory #AuthorTalkNetwork #BookishRoadTrip #AuthorTalkNetwork #AuthorsOnTheAirGlobalRadioNetwork #author #france #hawaii #travel #lovereading #novel #noveltalk #photography #mentalawarness The Storytellers is a copyrighted work © of Grace Sammon and Authors on The Air Global Radio Network.

The Cookbook Circle
To Asia With Love - Hetty McKinnon

The Cookbook Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 70:27


Do you like Asian food and tangents? Well, boy do we have the episode for you! Of course we give you the lowdown on Hetty McKinnon's book, To Asia With Love, where she creates veggie versions of all her childhood faves, but we also find out what Victoria's fictional dogs would be called, and Hannah maybe breaks the record for the amount of puns in one episode. Not to be missed! Support us on Patreon here: www.patreon.com/thecookbookcircle (thank you!)Music: Upbeat Funk, Infraction and Riviera, Smith the Mister Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Learn Italian with LearnAmo - Impariamo l'italiano insieme!
Cosa VISITARE e FARE alle CINQUE TERRE in Liguria (Italia)

Learn Italian with LearnAmo - Impariamo l'italiano insieme!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 13:02


Vorremmo portarvi con noi alla scoperta delle Cinque Terre, una delle mete più gettonate tra chi visita l'Italia. Se non ci siete mai stati, o vorreste saperne di più su questi luoghi splendidi, restate con noi! Cosa FARE e VEDERE alle Cinque Terre Che cosa sono le Cinque Terre e dove si trovano? Le cosiddette "Cinque Terre" sono costituite da un ammaliante frastagliato tratto di costa che si estende per 18 chilometri della Riviera ligure di Levante. Grazie alla particolare varietà del paesaggio sono diventate una delle mete turistiche più popolari degli ultimi anni: sopra le acque cristalline del Mediterraneo si erge una catena di monti paralleli al litorale, con splendide spiagge pronte a soddisfare anche i gusti dei più pignoli. Ce ne sono infatti di tutti i tipi, sabbiose per chi vuole rilassarsi costruendo un bel castello o ciottolose, per chi vuole evitare i fastidiosi granelli tra le dita dei piedi o nel costume. Al blu del mare si oppone il verde delle rigogliose coltivazioni vinicole e specie aromatiche come rosmarino, timo, elicriso e lavanda. Un po' di storia... La storia di questo luogo è alquanto interessante e le prime testimonianze fossili animali rinvenute sono riconducibili addirittura al Paleolitico. Nella Grotta dei colombi sull'isola Palmaria sono stati trovati resti di sepolture che certificano la zona fosse già abitata in epoca preistorica, mentre grazie ad altri oggetti come asce si può presupporre che questi popoli fossero abili nella caccia indubbiamente favorita dall'abbondante selvaggina. Altre tracce di particolare rilevanza sono state trovate verso Campiglia Tramonti, dei megaliti possibilmente precursori delle statue-stele/menhir o, secondo alcuni studiosi, associati al calendario. I nomi di alcuni borghi hanno un'origine latina che potrebbe essere dovuta alla conquista romana del territorio, nonostante non siano ancora state scoperte prove che permettano di affermarlo con certezza. Le Cinque Terre nascono però effettivamente nel Medioevo, una volta superato l'ostacolo del mare dalle popolazioni della Val di Vara in pieno fenomeno migratorio. A differenza di quanto si possa immaginare non erano grandi pescatori ma bensì contadini; questo portò a un terrazzamento dei fianchi dei monti, principalmente per la coltivazione di viti e ulivi. In età moderna l'area diventò ufficialmente territorio genovese ed è proprio in questi anni che nacque l'appellativo “Le Cinque Terre”, utilizzato per la prima volta da un funzionario nel suo rapporto a Genova. Perché il nome Cinque Terre? Cinque perché si tratta di cinque borghi (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza e Monterosso) con caratteristiche affini e terre perché era questo il termine utilizzato per parlarne nel dialetto ligure di quei tempi. Alle persone lontane davano l'idea di essere distaccate dal resto del mondo per via della natura fiabesca. Come biasimarli? Tutt'oggi restano un angolo di paradiso incontaminato e dal 1997 sono diventate Patrimonio dell'umanità dell'UNESCO in quanto “sito culturale di valore eccezionale, rappresentante l'armoniosa interazione tra le persone e la natura che realizza un paesaggio di qualità scenica eccezionale…”. Le bellezze da non perdere assolutamente Ogni borgo ha qualcosa di particolare e meriterebbe di essere visitato da cima a fondo, ma se il tempo non è dalla vostra parte ci sono alcune tappe immancabili. Se partite da La Spezia il primo borgo in cui vi imbatterete sarà quello di Riomaggiore, punto di partenza anche del Sentiero Azzurro che lo collega con gli altri quattro. Qui le casette colorate sbucano come funghi e si affacciano sulle limpide acque mediterranee; per assicurarvi di ammirarle dal punto migliore recatevi al porto. In seguito troviamo Manarola, frazione di Riomaggiore, che spicca in uno sfondo di vitigni e ulivi. Il centro vita del paesino è piazza Papa Innocenzo IV per via di monumenti storici quali la chiesa in s...

Join Us in France Travel Podcast
A Visit to Narbonne and the Mediterranean Coast, Episode 403

Join Us in France Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 60:04 Very Popular


Jennifer Jerzyk, my guest on today's podcast visited Narbonne and the Mediterranean coast in 2022. She travelled mostly by train because she finds it peaceful and relaxing. She also enjoyed the fact that Narbonne is a great gateway into the Mediterranean and such value! That's because Narbonne is not touristy. As a matter of fact, she wondered if she was the only tourist there! For the travel question of the week, Annie explains why people who take the RER between the airport and the city are asking for trouble. That's 49 minutes into the episode and you should listen to it and heed my advice! Tips for a Visit to Narbonne and the Mediterranean Coast Narbonne is a great place from which to explore the "other Riviera". The Mediterranean coast between Montpellier and Collioure. For example you could go to Agde, Sète, Port Vendres, Banyuls-sur-Mer, etc. Some of these places don't have a train station, but you might get there on a regional bus or by renting a car. Recommended in this Episode For your own peace of mind, you may want to lock your suitcase to the travel rack using a retractable lock. You can see one in Annie's Join Us in France Favs. L'estagnol Restaurant in Narbonne where they serve wonderful seafood and where she also went back for a wine event hosted by the wine maker. Hôtel de la Cité or Best Western in Carcassonne. Restaurant La Voile in Collioure In the conversation we mentioned Les Grands Buffets but they've since announced that the restaurant is moving but haven't announced where yet. Stay tuned, I will talk about it once the move has happened. More episodes about Occitanie

fred and walk in the house music
RIVA RIVIERA STRELITZIA REGINAE

fred and walk in the house music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 57:58


Mickeyphile Podcast - A Disney World and DVC Podcast

Mickeyphile Podcast Episode 103 - News and Other  RamblingsThis week, there's more news.  EPCOT tours are returning.   A beloved character meet returns to Fantasyland. And a top 4 Star Wars movie returns to the big screen.  Plus, find out how Karen reacts to a scallop.  All this and more on episode 103.  Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/946434275769168/Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/mickeyphile_podcast/ Intro Music:Strength of the Titans by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5744-strength-of-the-titansLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Outro Music:Adding the Sun by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5708-adding-the-sunLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

On the Road with Mickey
On the Road w/Mickey 134 – Our Favorite Disney Smells!

On the Road with Mickey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 43:59


Episode 134 - Our Favorite Disney Smells! Our Favorite Disney Smells! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, that's Brenda, and and he's Grogu, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is episode 133 for August 8, 2022, and today our feature topic is an Our Favorite Disney Smells! Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and relax, and tell us in the comments below what you think! Here's the rundown of what we talked about: Cheddar from the Big CheeseBrenda: On the Disney Wish, one place I want to “investigate” for our listeners – of course, all in the name of research – is Inside Out: Joyful Sweets! We're talking freshly made waffle cones, signature desserts based on each of the emotions (in cupcake form), and nearly 40 flavors of gelato and ice cream!Sophie: Coming to Disney+ on Disney+ Day, which is September 8th, is a brand new original series, “Cars on the Road”. Featuring Mater and Lightning McQueen, the story is that they are traveling across the country to visit Mater's sister back east! This looks to be a 9 episode series!Mike: Lost a little bit in the headlines, August 1st, Coronado Springs Resort celebrated its 25th anniversary! The resort opened on August 1, 1997, and was our first Disney on-property resort that we stayed at back in 2007.Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OntheRoadwithMickeyInstagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: info@ontheroadwithmickey.comFeature Topic: Your Favorite Smells at Disney!Sophie:3) H2O+ “Bath Aquatics”2) SpaceShip Earth “Fire of Library in Alexandria”1) Water smell PoTC with the use of bromineBrenda:3) Avatar: Flight of Passage. When the banshee lands in the cave.2) Mickey's PhilharMagic - Be Our Guest scene with the desserts1) Karamell Kuche smellHonorable Mentions: The scents from the Polynesian Resort and the Yacht Club Resort.Mike:3) Original Soarin' ride - the orange grove scene2) The incredible smell of fresh popcorn at Town Square in the Magic Kingdom.1) The smell of the rain on the pavement during Extra Magic Hours with the cooler evening temperatures.Listener Interaction:My sister Robin loved the scent at the Yacht Club when she came over to visit before they all headed home. She also loved the scent of sunscreen and laughed about Sophie's infamous “cough syrup” drink. :)John said he loves the smells at the Grand Floridian, at Basin at Disney Springs, and at the Riviera.Cindy said Pop Century's lobby, the Taj Mahal scene in Soarin', and that water smell you encounter on all of the boat rides. I wouldn't want that last one as a candle, but I definitely associate it with the parks.Sandi loves the smell of fresh popcorn for the collectable popcorn bucketsThis Day in Disney History for August 15:1936: Ward Kimbell and Betty Lawyer Wedding AnniversaryDisney Who's Who CharacterQueen Elinor from BraveA little bit of Walt“Animated picture-making is an expensive business. One wrong pencil line can cost hundreds of dollars. I can't hold a pencil to the artists in my studio. I credit the success of my films to the teamwork in my organization.” - Walt DisneyComing Next Week: Disney Check-out Day Excursions Watch us on YouTube!

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast
James Cole - Cruising Ahead with Panache

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 41:22


In this episode, Jeannette talks to James Cole who is a travel industry veteran and the founder and owner of Panache Cruises. They discuss how he was able to establish a successful cruise business just as the pandemic started and still grow it despite the fact there were no cruises for his team to sell.  How he and his team used the pandemic to lay the foundations of the success they are experiencing today.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Niching down in an industry that James knows well has helped his businesses to thrive. Genuinely, being there for your customers builds strong relationships with them and creates loyalty. Panache Cruises are bringing back old-fashioned one-on-one, in-person, customer service. Being there to answer questions and share information during the pandemic meant people came back to them when it was possible to book cruises. Planning long-term is healthy for a business. Looking after yourself physically and mentally is key to success. You must believe in yourself, keep going and have good people around you. Appreciate and celebrate success including the smaller ones, for example, when a new recruit secures their first booking.   BEST MOMENTS ‘It started as a spreadsheet that looked at what the cash flow would be like. ´ ‘Our strapline is that nothing is too much trouble, and we genuinely live by that philosophy.' ‘There's a cruise out there for everyone.'   This is the perfect time to get focused on what YOU want to really achieve in your business, career, and life. It's never too late to be BRAVE and BOLD and unlock your inner BRILLIANCE. If you'd like to join Jeannette's FREE Business Impact Seminar just DM Jeannette at info@jeannettelinfootassociates.com or sign up via Jeannette's linktree https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot    VALUABLE RESOURCES Brave, Bold, Brilliant podcast series - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/brave-bold-brilliant-podcast/id1524278970   ABOUT THE GUEST JAMES COLE Founder & Managing Director, Panache Cruises James Cole is one of the UK's best-known and respected cruise retailers and began his career in cruise more than 23 years ago when he worked as Product & Commercial Manager with Airtours Sun Cruises. In his early career he helped set up The Cruise Store for MyTravel, a dedicated cruise retailer, which grew to £120m in sales in 3 years and, following the coming together of MyTravel and Thomas Cook in 2007, he then merged their two cruise businesses into a £300m entity which at the time was the UK's largest cruise retailer.  Since then James has been the driving force behind many of the UK's largest cruise brands, including Cruise118, Six Star Cruises and River Voyages.  During his highly entrepreneurial career, he has retailed over £1bn of cruise holidays. James launched Panache Cruises in July 2020 at the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, using the period of lockdown to develop his business plans and establish the business. Initially employing a team of 15 in the North West, the business promises to offer an unrivalled level of personal service to those wishing to cruise in luxury, offering customers a 24/7 ‘nothing is too much trouble service.' The company's inventory of cruises offers over 7,000 itineraries, visiting over 1,000 ports of call with 20 of the world's leading luxury cruise lines that specialise in Elite Ocean, River, Expedition, and Yacht-style cruising, including Regent Seven Seas, Oceania, Silversea, Seabourn, Crystal, Azamara, Celebrity, Scenic, Emerald, Uniworld, Hurtigruten, Aurora Expeditions, Riviera,  Avalon and SeaDream Yacht Club.    Since its launch Panache has reached over 1.25m luxury cruisers and built a database of over 30,000 contacts and growing.  The business has also delivered a highly impressive performance during this time, generating £10 million in sales – against a backdrop of a global pandemic. The company posted a turnover of £5m in its first full year of operation and is already making a monthly EBITDA profit. It is currently on target to make an overall profit in its second full year of trading. Panache Cruises is seeking to employ a team of 100, be the largest seller of luxury and ultra-luxury cruises in the UK and achieve a turnover of £60m+ and EBITDA of £3m+ by 2027. James was born and continues to live in Bolton and was a former pupil of Parklands High School in Chorley and Runshaw College in Leyland. He later became an MBA graduate and Honorary Fellow of the University of Central Lancashire.  In 2011 he was named the Travel Industry Hall of Fame's Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and in August 2021 he was announced as the winner of the John Hays Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2021 at the Travel Industry Awards 2021 by TTG. James is married to Heather and has three children.   ABOUT THE HOST Jeannette Linfoot is a highly regarded senior executive, property investor, board advisor, and business mentor with over 25 years of global professional business experience across the travel, leisure, hospitality, and property sectors. Having bought, ran, and sold businesses all over the world, Jeannette now has a portfolio of her own businesses and also advises and mentors other business leaders to drive forward their strategies as well as their own personal development. Jeannette is a down-to-earth leader, a passionate champion for diversity & inclusion, and a huge advocate of nurturing talent so every person can unleash their full potential and live their dreams.    CONTACT THE HOST Jeannette's linktree - https://linktr.ee/JLinfoot https://www.jeannettelinfootassociates.com/ YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtsU57ZGoPhm55_X0qF16_Q LinkedIn - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Facebook - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jeannettelinfoot Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jeannette.linfoot/ Email - info@jeannettelinfootassociates.com   Podcast Description Jeannette Linfoot talks to incredible people about their experiences of being Brave, Bold & Brilliant, which have allowed them to unleash their full potential in business, their careers, and life in general. From the boardroom tables of ‘big' international businesses to the dining room tables of entrepreneurial start-ups, how to overcome challenges, embrace opportunities and take risks, whilst staying ‘true' to yourself is the order of the day.business, growth, scale, marketing, investment, investing, entrepreneurship, coach, consultant, mindset, six figures, seven figures, travel, industry, ROI, B2B, inspirational: https://linktr.ee/JLinfootSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FORE the Good of the Game
Mike Weir - Part 2 (Later Tour Wins and the 2003 Masters)

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 38:57


Major championship winner, Mike Weir relives his last several PGA Tour wins including the 2003 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic and going back-to-back at Riviera in the Nissan Open. The big one, of course, was his playoff victory at the 2003 Masters Tournament over Len Mattiace, becoming the first male Canadian major champion and the 2nd lefty to win a major (after Bob Charles at the 1963 Open Championship at Lytham.) He takes us back to his champion's dinner, sitting between Tom Watson and Byron Nelson, that made for a memorable evening. Mike Weir continues his story, "FORE the Good of the Game."

The Cookbook Circle
The Pastry Chef's Guide - Ravneet Gill

The Cookbook Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 67:11


Stand mixer? Check. Piping bags? Check. A minor kitchen disaster? Check. We're all set for Ravneet Gill's pastry-school-in-a-book, The Pastry Chef's Guide. We love a baking book - our first since Dorie Greenspan last season - so get that sweet tooth ready and join us to find out what we made (and while we develop a big ol' crush on Ravneet).Do you have a copy of this at home and if not, are you tempted to get one after listening? We'd love to hear! Music: Upbeat Funk, Infraction and Riviera, Smith the Mister Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

1080 KRLD In-Depth
Off the Menu: The Dallas Riviera

1080 KRLD In-Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:23


Chef David Holben's career started in the Midwest, took him to France, and then to the first and longest-running five-star restaurant in Dallas. Holben takes people through what The Riviera was like and known for on Lovers Lane and Inwood, from the best dishes, celebrity guests, and his experiences with Julia Child. He has been the longest-running executive chef for Del Frisco's Restaurant Group and is now the Senior Executive Chef at the helm of Perry's Steakhouse & Grille which is a part of this year's DFW Restaurant Week. He shares his thoughts on the late Jim White and talks about those he attributes his success to in the industry from his formative years to today. 

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu
Judy And Ken’s 50th Anniversary Disney World Trip Including Lots Of Pixie Dust – Ep. 469

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 83:21


On episode 469, Judy and Ken tell us about their 50th wedding anniversary trip to Disney World including favorite meals, Cirque du Soleil, Capture The Moment photo shoot and lots of pixie dust from the Geeks and Disney World. Featuring: First night off property hotel Riviera next Review Guardians of the Galaxy Bay Lake Tower two bedroom suites Which of the two do you like best? Food Grand Floridian Cafe breakfast 2 times Narcousee's Cape May Cafe Top 3 buffet's Skipper Canteen Flower and Garden booths Anniversary highlights and stories We lose Judy and Ken Boma Judy's pixie dust stories Cirque du soleil City Works Capture Your Moment pictures Skippers Canteen All the surprises from the Geeks Herman's Hermits Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com

Steamy Stories Podcast
A Virgin Brit On A French Holiday: Part 1Tante Marie's chateau...

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


A Virgin Brit On A French Holiday: Part 1Tante Marie's chateau of delights.By Slowandeasy47 - Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.I had just left school at the age of nineteen and had a whole summer before starting uni in October. I was off to France for a month and in the 60s that was a big adventure, I couldn't wait. Having been cloistered in a boys boarding school for the last five years I was now off to explore the world, well northern France at least.We had relatives there and I was going to spend my first month in a chateau just outside Amiens. Chateau sounds very grand and thanks to TV, if not schoolboy French, it doesn't mean castle. It in fact means a gentleman's residence, substantial for sure, but no portcullis or draw bridge.I had never met Tante Marise, nor stayed in a chateau, draw bridge or no draw bridge. France was a very formal place in the 60's, actually it still is, so Aunt Marise was always addressed as Tante, or Tante Marise: never, ever simply as Marise, way too sloppy for the linguistically pedantic French. Although, interestingly enough, we did use the familiar tu, rather than the more formal vous form. One of those interesting vagaries of Roman languages.Actually Tante Marise now lived in one wing of the chateau as the place was enormous and, even in the 60's, quite unmanageable for a single family, so it had been divided into three, still substantial, homes.The building was massively imposing. A classic Somme chateau with a hugely impressive double staircase to the centre section and two wings. Tante Marise lived in one of the wings and the rest had been sold off, but the land, an apple orchard, had remained in the family, largely for the private production of Calvados, which is the French word for brandy.As I recall, in those days, you were allowed to make a certain amount of Calvados without a permit, as long as it was for private consumption, but definitely not for sale. My late lamented uncle Cyril had applied a certain French flexibility to the rules and there were stashes of this magic potion all over the farm.The interest of the authorities had been distracted by his throwing of lavish boozing sessions with the local constables. Alas Uncle Maurice had passed away and I surmised that my board and lodging was something of a quid pro quo for helping with the harvest. I was only nineteen, so hard work didn't worry me and besides they had one of those magnificent 60s French bicycles I could use in my spare time.It was a Solex bicycle or something similar. It had a simple motor that you lowered with a lever onto the front tyre and no longer had to pedal. I could use it to go to the village or wherever I liked. It would never have crossed my mind to borrow the car any more than it would have crossed hers to offer it. That was not the way things happened then.The great day came and the details of how I got to Tante Marise's chateau are lost to the mists of time but arrive I did. My first introduction to her was of her grasping me by the shoulders, pulling me towards her and planting several kisses on each cheek, an uncommon greeting in England at the time, but very pleasant.She was petite, with short dark hair and very square glasses. She was also younger than I expected. I never knew her age but I calculated it to be late thirties and I remember being surprised at how neat and trim her figure was, but most of all, how obvious her breasts were. They had actually contacted my chest during her enthusiastic greeting, which had been a delight.Cyril & Marise had never had children and always enjoyed the visits from their nephews and nieces. Why it had taken so long for the English side of the family to visit is uncertain, but the recent visit was probably prompted by my impending university course studying French literatureI settled in and tried speaking French, probably with mixed success. Tante Marise herself was French, spoke pretty good English, but with that delightfully sexy French accent made famous many years later by the TV programme ‘Allo 'Allo.However, part of the reason for my stay was to get my conversational French fluent, so she only allowed us to speak English after supper and, as no-one else on the farm spoke English, it was going to be a valuable experience.It was a typically hot summer and Tante Marise liked to wear very light clothing, so my young eyes could hardly avert my gaze from her very obvious breasts. They were made all the more noticeable because of her habit of not wearing a bra.This was a completely new trend at that time and usually only observed on the Riviera. Not so with Tante Marise, whenever she bent over in the orchards or the kitchen, her pendulous breasts undulated in the most delightful fashion and, I have to confess, featured heavily in my nocturnal fantasies.Occasionally the farm foreman would come to supper and, after finishing off their meal with a glass of calvados, they would head to the 'Bureau' to discuss business. Antoine was a giant of a man with huge hands, a great shock of white hair and a magnificent moustache, the kind you only ever see now in caricatures of French moustaches.On these occasions I was left alone in the parlor to watch TV. French TV back in those days was much more risqué than its English equivalent and I was often treated to pictures of naked ladies, admittedly usually a rear view, but totally naked all the same.How did the actor who was facing her cope with the pleasant distraction? He must have seen everything! And everything was beyond my wildest dreams. We must remember that this was the sixties, no internet and certainly no porn or even explicit magazines. I really can't remember what we called female genitalia back then but it probably wasn't as nice as my newly acquired French word, foufoune, or pussie; so I will use that.One evening, when Tante Marise and Antoine were in the 'Bureau' discussing business, I got so worked up by a really sexy French film, featuring a totally naked couple, that I made my way to my room to relieve the tension that the characters on screen had induced in my teenage penis or 'ma bitte', which means ‘my dick', as I had heard the actors calling it.The route to my room took me past the 'Bureau' and whatever they were discussing, it had little or nothing to do with the running of the farm.Remember, I was only nineteen and had been at a boys' boarding school for the last five years. I had no knowledge of sex whatsoever, except the purely mechanical process from biology lessons. The penis enters the vagina, semen flows, fertilisation takes place, et voilá, reproduction! The detail of what sex might actually be like was still a mystery and, I imagined, still several years in the future. The world was a much more naive place back then: much more.I had never even seen a picture of a naked woman, let alone seen a real one, and my knowledge of breasts was limited to pictures in Health & Efficiency magazine, which was popular at the time.Now, for the first time ever in my young life, I was hearing sounds that I only thought I understood. Tante Marise was using French words I hadn't learned yet and so was Antoine! Their breathless exchanges along with the rhythmic squeaking sounds of the 'Bureau's day couch were seriously erotic. Was this what fucking sounded like in real life? Was Antoine actually fucking Tante Marise? My, already eager, cock certainly thought so.Just the other side of the door I could imagine Tante Marise, blouse open, those magnificent tits on display, lying back on the day couch with her legs spread wide, welcoming Antoine's cock in her foufoune! Antoine for his part, I imagined, was clasping her naked buttocks in his giant hands as he thrust into her with rapidly mounting excitement. Fuck this was sexy!I stayed as long as I dared, getting more and more excited with this unexpected introduction to the magic sounds of copulation. I could hear their breathing becoming more rapid, their words of encouragement getting louder, the squeaking rhythm accelerating and yes: I came in my pants!I had hardly touched my cock but the sounds of two people actually fucking only a few feet away, combined with my boyish imagination, was more than I could stand.I hurried to my room to inspect the damage. Wow, what a lot of cum! It had already soaked through from my pants and there was a large wet patch on the front of my trousers. What to do? I didn't normally go to bed this early and I certainly could not go back to the parlor in these trousers.I decided that getting into my pyjamas and going back down would be the best course of action, but first I put on clean under pants to keep my cock firmly locked up.Back in the TV room Tante Marise reappeared after I heard her show Antoine out with a cheery,“À la prochaine.” Or, until next time.What? There was going to be a next time? Were they going to do it again? Anyway, she sat down beside me, made some comment about my getting ready for bed early and we watched the TV. I could not stop my mind from wandering.She didn't look any different! But she'd just been fucking! How could this be? She had just clearly enjoyed having Antoine thrusting between her thighs, an experience that I could only imagine, and here she sat as if nothing had happened. In fact, she seemed quite relaxed and serene, even.I am not sure what I expected, but certainly not this degree of blasé normality. It was just as well that I had pants on under my PJs because, try as I might, my mind kept wandering back to the scene I had just overheard. My first real encounter with sex. OK so I only overheard them having sex, but the memory was enough to give me another erection: oh the power of recovery of the teenager! As soon as possible I made my excuses and went to my room.I took off my PJs and pants and lay down on my back, stark naked, with my second erection of the evening. I felt the breeze from the open window playing on my naked body and, as the air wafted over my cock, and armed with a hanky, I set about re-playing the scene over and over in my mind.Her naked breasts, what were they like to touch? Her foufoune, what did it look like? Antoine's hands on her bum as he thrust into her, what did that feel like? For him? For her? So many questions, so many vivid thoughts and then, as I continued to bring myself to orgasm, as slowly as possible, so as to prolong the enjoyment, the sensations started again and I knew I was about to cum. A few more strokes and I came, not as much as earlier, but a thoroughly good, satisfying, cum none the less.I cannot remember how often that memory played out in my mind over the coming days, but it was not infrequent! I could hardly wait until the following week, when I hoped there would be a repeat performance. For some reason the thought of Antoine's massive hands clutching her pert little bottom still produces a stirring all these years later.The harvest continued in the blazing summer sun and we always returned to the chateau hot and sweaty.At the end of the corridor was the bathroom, which contained a magnificent, if somewhat antiquated, shower. Not one of those modern contraptions but something with more taps and valves than a First World War Submarine. It may have been antiquated but it was fantastically efficient. There were four vertical spray bars, with their independent controls and a drench overhead that produced a virtual tsunami.It was great for cooling off after a day in the orchards, turn the whole contraption on cold and walk in. COLD, yes: Freezing? Nearly: but enormously refreshing and, much to my surprise, nearly always produced an erection which, as a teenager, I freely confess, I almost never wasted when I got back to my room.The day's work done, and getting ready for supper, I headed for my room, stripped off and wound a towel around my waist. What happened next changed my life, quite literally. I was half way along the corridor when the bathroom door opened. There, silhouetted in the doorway, was the totally naked form of Tante Marise.The incident, although it lasted only a few seconds, stays with me yet. Unfortunately the bathroom window was right behind the door, so a silhouette was nearly all I saw, but there was enough detail to see that girls have hair 'down there.' Not to mention that naked, unfettered, breasts have a motion all their own.Taken by surprise, I turned politely to avert my gaze and Tante Marise, retreated into the bathroom, only to emerge a few seconds later, modestly wrapped in a large towel. We crossed in the corridor and she muttered.“Désolé.”Désolé! Why was she sorry for one of the most exciting moments of my young life. My embarrassment was only compounded buy my automatic response.“De rien!” It's nothing!Nothing! I had just seen my first full frontal naked female and said that it was nothing! I had been so embarrassed, I hadn't had time to think, so I scurried into the bathroom, turned on all elements of the shower to full cold, dived in and set to work on the erection that the combined effects of the cold water and the image of a totally naked Tante Marise had produced.We overcame our embarrassment at supper by ignoring the incident and settled down to watch TV afterwards.Antoine had not reappeared and over a week had passed. What a disappointment! I was not going to be treated to episode two of 'Tante Marise enjoys a noisy shag.' Oh well, the flash of her naked body had made up for it and surely one orgasm an evening should be enough for any teenager, or maybe just one more when I get back upstairs?This particular night produced another film in the series that had so affected me the previous week. More French erotica! But this time sitting next to Tante Marise, which made my excitement much harder to conceal.As the plot developed it was quite clear that our heroine was about to seduce her co-star. Their clothes had been shed and the obligatory rear view of a naked woman advancing on her lucky prey, filled the screen. They were clearly just about to fuck.This was getting difficult to deal with. I had not long ago seen Tante Marise in just such a state, but from the front. The whole thing, hair and all! But sitting next to her, watching this level of sexual activity had caused a predictable response from my young 'bitte'. It is very easy to forget how little it takes to provoke an erection in the sexually inexperienced.Just as the sex act was about to take place, Tante Marise placed her hand on my knee, leaned forwards, turned and looked into my eyes with a beguiling smile and said.“ Un peu racé, non?” A little racy? This was torrid beyond my wildest dreams. Then she stunned me by taking my hand and placing it on her covered breast. Not another word was spoken, she just lifted my hand and put it there. OK she had on a loose dress, but no bra. My first experience of an adult female breast. I probably made a mess of it, but it was so exciting, warm, soft and pliable with that little hard bud on the end.What is happening? I would like to say that I played expertly with it, but that would not be true. In the actual event I summoned up all my courage and slid my hand in through the opening at the front of her dress. I touched a naked breast for the first time, and lightly ran my open palm over her nipple. It is hard to imagine now, after a lifetime of sexual activity, how exciting this was. Tante Marise, meanwhile slid her hand from my knee up towards my groin.I do not know if I was normal or not, but stories of boys first time sexual encounters lasting for ages, or even minutes, just do not ring true to me. I am fondling my first breast and Tante Marise is sliding her hand up my fully clothed thigh. It got as far as my crotch, only just lightly brushed over my cock: the tension was unbearable. I came! She must have sensed the spasm of my orgasm as she leaned forward, kissed me on the forehead and said.“I think it is time you to go to your room.”The next morning at breakfast I just didn't know where to look. I had stroked Tante Marise's naked breasts the previous evening and had orgasmed in front of her. She was totally unabashed about the incident and even teased me by asking,“So you had the pleasant dreams, no?”The harvest progressed in the incessant heat. Showers were taken after the hot sweaty work, but the vision of a naked Tante Marise was never repeated. More TV programmes were watched, seldom as racy as that fateful night, but some were pretty hot.By now we had reached a comfortable arrangement. If the film got raunchy she would take my hand and place it on her breast while allowing her hand to find its way to my crotch and I had mustered enough self control not to ejaculate on the spot. To be honest, usually by bringing myself off before going to the parlor to watch TV.On my final evening, during a film, while I was fondling her breast and getting more and more excited, she completely threw me by asking directly.“How is it that you like to make the masturbations?” The French language can be a little direct sometimes.After the usual blustering and denials, she chided me by telling me that it was 'healthy to make the masturbations.' Her openness on matters sexual left me aghast.I eventually admitted that I did it lying on my back on my bed, with a hanky to make sure I didn't leave a mark on the bedding.My admission was met with one word, “Viens, which means come.”She took my hand and stood up. I had to idea where this was leading but I had high hopes and so did my erection. We passed the Bureau, and climbed the stairs, we went past her room and along the corridor past mine, all the way to the bathroom at the end.She opened the door and ushered me ahead of her, allowing the door to close behind us. She set the knobs and levers of the WWI Submarine which sprang into life, at which point she stood right in front of me, slid the straps of her dress over her shoulders and let it fall to the floor. Tante Marise dressed only in panties!Dressed only in panties, but not for long. She looked up at me with that wonderful smile and lowered them to the floor. I couldn't help staring at the luxuriant dark triangle between her legs. Triangle, breasts, triangle, face, triangle! My eyes went berserk.“Viens, viens. Clothes off!”I struggled to get my clothes off with any degree of finesse, and getting my pants off, over my raging erection, while under the direct gaze of Tante Marise felt, as the French say, bizarre. Then there I was naked, standing beside my first totally naked female, who was also the first person ever to see my penis erect and erect it certainly was, the tip was all but touching my navel.“This is special.” She said, as she took me by the hand and lead me into the steaming torrent. Water cascaded everywhere as she directed a soaping operation. We soaped each other under her expert instructions. I soaped her back and felt the glorious sensation of my hands flowing over her buttocks. She returned the pleasure. I never realized how sexy it felt when your buttocks got a soapy wash.I could hardly wait to get to her breasts, they felt completely different with the water and soap flowing freely. Her nipples felt larger and definitely harder. She also allowed my hand to wander into the luxuriant triangle between her legs.I really had only the vaguest idea of what I would find there. Biology books are not that informative, but the biggest surprise was to find that my finger slipped easily into her foufoune, which was unexpectedly slippery and welcoming.I was extremely careful not to touch my cock and desperately hoped she would not touch it either, or I would cum on the spot. I just wanted this to go on for as long as possible.It could not last for ever though, and eventually she maneuvered behind me with a hand full of soap, rubbed it gently over my chest and stomach getting tantalizingly lower with each pass. She pressed up against me and I felt the roughness of her mysterious dark triangle against my thigh. She stood on tip toes and breathed into my ear.“Now you relax.” Her hand, full of soap, gently surrounded my cock and pulled the foreskin back with tantalizing slowness. This was not going to last for long, the build up had been too much. Try as I might, there was no stopping that primal sensation.As she continued her expert manipulations, the sensation started low in my legs and climbed up the inside of my thighs. I had only had this feeling rarely but I knew it was soon to end in a sensational orgasm and this time it was no different.My cock started pulsating in her hand as my young muscles squirted cum violently into the shower.“Boom, boom, boom!” She exclaimed with each new ejaculation. “That is how to make the masturbations, no?” And kissed me on the back of the neck.“Now you soap me the bum very slowly.” I did what I was told but, standing behind I couldn't resist a breast as well. As I soaped away she seemed to take rather a long time and a great deal of care soaping her mysterious dark triangle. After a few minutes she gave a little shudder that I did not understand at the time and we left the shower together.As I lay naked on my bed that night I noticed how brown my legs and chest were compared to my midriff and suddenly realised that Tante Marise was nearly the same colour all over: no contrasting white bits! The thought of what had just happened and her sunbathing in the nude provided the fuel for the final 'masturbations' of the family part of my summer holiday.The next day I departed for the south coast, and Barcelona, to further my informal studies.By Slowandeasy47 for Literotica.

Tagesschau
Tagesschau vom 07.08.2022

Tagesschau

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 21:44


Nahost-Konflikt, Sorge um ukrainisches AKW, Tourismus in Sri Lanka leidet unter der Krise, Plünderungen durch Schatz-Taucher an der Riviera

Rope Drop Radio: A Disney Travel Planning Podcast
RDR 325: Listener Questions

Rope Drop Radio: A Disney Travel Planning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 47:35 Very Popular


You asked and we answered!  For a complete list of questions scroll down. Book a trip today with www.TouringPlans.com/Travel and let them know Rope Drop Radio sent you For our patreon question and to support the show click www.patreon.com/RopeDropRadio Follow @RopeDropRadio and leave a review questions Is there a best time to go or is it crowed year round?    Is genie plus necessary or even helpful if doing early entry at Hollywood Studios or Epcot?   Is there better days of the week to visit certain parks ?   Now with the Wish at Port Canaveral, is Land & Sea trips more or less appealing for new timers?   Pick your favourite walk in ride / show / food at each park?   Is going to be any park related announcement at D23?   What is you favorite Disney cruise ship?   What is your most magical Disney experience so far?   The family and I have are going to WDW for Thanksgiving and have a trip planned to DL in the summer of 2023. What Disney railroad will we ride 1st?   What has changed the most in terms of visiting WDW since 2019? I need to get back up to speed quick!   Do you need to book concierge on the Wish to get a chance at doing things? And along those lines, are there too many concierge rooms on the wish to fully enjoy it?   This question about concierge is mine as well. Seems like a cash grab and they potentially over expanded concierge. Can they keep up the service they had on the older ships?   What would be the best way to surprise your spouse with an evening at MNSSHP? As of time of writing, she does not know but we are already going to be in the Disney area. As a food blogger, I do have a Topolino's breakfast reservation the morning of MNSSHP.   Staying on property for the first time ever! Haven't been to WDW in 12 yrs. Going with Caribbean Beach - what do I need to know!? Tips/tricks? Anything in particular to scope out at the resort? Looking forward to the Skyliner and Riviera next door.   Any thoughts on what is going to happen with the ILL rides that have been temporarily moved to Genie+ (Everest, Space, Frozen, etc) when August 7th rolls around? Do they stay with G+, go back to ILL, or does everything get changed around?   I have a trip planned in January. If the dining plan comes back is it worth it for just my husband and I?   we have a trip coming up in two weeks - staying off property, one day at each park. Best current strategies for rope dropping each park since we don't have early entry? Planning to go left in MK, but not sure about the rest! We have G+ for the entire trip.   after some of the things you didn't like on the Wish would you still go on it?   our 5 year old hasn't been in a stroller for a few years but we have heard we would use one on our 5 night WDW trip. What age did your kids stop using a stroller?  

Monocle 24: Konfekt Korner
The French Riviera, surfing and beach bags

Monocle 24: Konfekt Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 60:00


This episode is about leaving the urban world behind. We dive into the tumultuous ocean mastered by surfers in the film ‘Girls Can't Surf', reflect on the essence of holiday style in photography book ‘Light on the Riviera', pack our favourite Odile Collective beach bag and muse on the dog days of summer.

360 Yourself!
Ep 188: Take Your Moment Pause For The Day - Amira Ghazalla (Actress)

360 Yourself!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 40:09


Amira Ghazalla was born in Cairo and left Egypt to study acting abroad in then West Germany. This led to several years of performing on large German stages, including Schauspielhaus Hamburg under director Peter Zadek and Schauspielhaus Frankfurt with director and dramatist Einar Schleef. Following her success on the stage, Amira began to explore TV and Film opportunities, most notably a support lead in German feature ZISCHKE, THE PARTY: NATURE MORTE opposite Tilda Swinton and Egyptian feature SUMMER THEFTS. Amira continued to study her craft with The International School for Theatre Anthropology, led by Italian director Eugenio Barba. Amira moved to London and booked a vivid role on season one of HBO hit GAME OF THRONES. Soon after followed the independent feature MY BROTHER THE DEVIL, directed by Sally El Hosaini, which won awards at several festivals including Sundance, London Film Festival, BIFA and Berlinale. Amira began carving out a career across big budget features and independent cinema alike, including STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII - THE LAST JEDI, directed by Rian Johnson, THE FLOOD opposite Lena Headey and THE RHYTHM SECTION, directed by Reed Moreno for Paramount Pictures. On television, Amira recently shot a recurring role in the upcoming season of CARNIVAL ROW for Amazon and can be seen opposite Julia Stiles in RIVIERA for Sky Atlantic. Amira also played a central role in the SENSE8 finale directed by Lana Wachowski for Netflix. Other television credits include recurring roles in 4BLOCKS (TNT), HATTON GARDEN (ITV), TYRANT (Fox), THE LAST POST (BBC), with guest roles on VERA (ITV), NO OFFENCE (Channel 4) and Hugo Blick's THE HONOURABLE WOMAN (BBC). Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves? Host Instagram: @jamienealejn Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself Music from Electric Fruit Produced by Tom Dalby and Composed by Toby Wright

fred and walk in the house music
RIVA RIVIERA GIRLS ON THE BEACH

fred and walk in the house music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 59:24


fred and walk in the house music
RIVA RIVIERA NEW YORK APPLE LOVE

fred and walk in the house music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 68:22


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All Things Travel
Azul Beach Resort Riviera Cancun Review

All Things Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 33:47 Transcription Available


Enjoy this review of Azul Beach Resort Riviera Cancun, a smaller all-inclusive resort with great pools, excellent food, and activities for the whole family.Room amenitiesResort groundsPoolsThe BeachResort activitiesResort barsRestaurantsQuestion: What do you want to know about Azul Beach Resort Riviera Cancun?  **Let us know on Facebook and Instagram.** For Current Promotions and complete show notes, go to Shayne.FUN/att117. Grab your free download: Top Items to Buy Before Your Theme Park Vacation to Save You Money and Stress!Ready to plan your vacation?  Ryan and Shayne are both Travel Advisors with Creating Magic Vacations and will make YOU the travel-planning superhero.Contact Ryan at DisneyTravelDad.Com.Contact Shayne at Shayne.fun.Contact Colleen at Colleen @ CreatingMagicVacations.comContact Heather HWheeler @ CreatingMagicVacations.comContact Michelle at Creating Magic With MichelleContact Jule at Creating Magic With JulieNever miss an episode and help us take you to the top with us by subscribing and leaving a 5-Star review on your favorite podcasting app:Apple PodcastsStitcherAmazon MusicSpotifyiHeartRadioGoogle Podcasts

Good Inside with Dr. Becky
Addressing the Child Care Crisis With Gloria Riviera

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 39:09 Very Popular


America's child care system is broken. Parents are struggling to find care and centers are struggling to provide care, which means our kids are struggling, too. How did we get into this mess… and how do we fix it? In today's episode, Dr. Becky talks with Gloria Riviera—a journalist, mom of three, and podcast host of “No One Is Coming to Save Us”—about why caring for our kids is a systemic issue. With personal stories, data, and practical calls-to-action, their conversation will not only help you feel less alone in your struggles as a caregiver, but also give you tools for change. Remember: We're in this together. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Pre-order Dr. Becky's upcoming book, Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, at goodinside.com/book or wherever you order your books. Today's episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: ByHeart, is the first new infant formula brand in over 15 years to completely re-think, re-write, and reimagine what's possible. They took a five-year deep dive. Working with leading scientists and pediatricians to create a formula that gives your baby BOTH clinically proven benefits (like easy digestion, less spit up, softer poops) AND the cleanest ingredients. ByHeart is the first US infant formula to be Clean Label Project certified, so no corn syrup, maltodextrin, palm oil, or soy. Learn more at www.byheart.com and join their waitlist for new customers—opening soon! When you're able to order, use code GOODINSIDE15 for 15% off your first purchase or subscription plan order.

FORE the Good of the Game
Lanny Wadkins - "Riviera" SHORT TRACK

FORE the Good of the Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 3:36


1977 PGA Championship winner, Lanny Wadkins, proudly recalls how he performed at Riviera CC, including his longest-standing Tour scoring record, "FORE the Good of the Game."

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu
All The Food, Fun, Stories And Geek Meets From My June 2022 Trip To Disney World – Ep. 465

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 105:13


On episode 465, Wendy Fox reviews my trip report with me including my resorts, detailed food reviews, stories and Geek Meet details. Featuring Questions from listeners Andy Hoffman, Amy Rhodes, Leigh Leary, Johnny Jamerson, Brandy Walsh, Brooke Everette, Nancy Patterson and Cousin Heather Airport transportation 2 bedroom suites Riviera and BLT Connections Eatery, Tokyo Dining,  Columbia Harbor House, Crystal Palace, Woody's Lunchbox, Brown Derby lounge, Cape May Cafe, Boma, Grand Floridian Cafe breakfast, Rose and Crown fireworks party,  Festival booths, Contempo, Skipper Canteen, Ronto Roasters breakfast, colored kettle corn and cold brew, plant based lobster roll, Captain Cooks salad, Cinderellas Royal Table, Magical moments, first time experiences, Geek Meets, struck by the great unpleasantness Did I find a hat? Things I'd do different Stories – Popcorn bucket hunt and lost something again Fox family tradition – Favorite memory Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
Fresh Take: Gloria Riviera on the Childcare Crisis

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 35:20 Very Popular


Gloria Riviera is the host of the podcast "No One is Coming to Save Us" from Lemonada Media, which covers America's childcare crisis and the people of all ages who are crushed by it. Gloria spent over twenty years as an ABC News producer and correspondent covering breaking, investigative and feature stories around the world for shows including Good Morning America, World News Tonight, and Nightline. She shares with us why and how the childcare system in America is broken and what exactly we can do about it, both as individuals and on a larger scale. In this episode, Gloria, Amy, and Margaret discuss: how sexism and racism fuel the childcare crisis how the recent baby formula shortage fits into the picture what lasting childcare reform looks like Follow Gloria on Twitter: @griviera and find "No One is Coming to Save Us" in your podcast app! Special thanks to our sponsors for this month: For trusted protection, choose Pampers, the #1 Pediatrician Recommended Brand. Download the Pampers Club App today to start earning rewards with every diaper & wipes purchase.  BetterHelp makes it easy, convenient, and affordable to talk to a certified therapist online. Our listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/fresh. Green Chef is the #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well. Go to greenchef.com/fresh135 and use code fresh135 to get $135 off across five boxes, plus free shipping on your first box! Make summer more awesome with KiwiCo! Get 30% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code MOTHERHOOD at kiwico.com.  Ladder Life knows there's no time like the present to cross something as important as life insurance off your list. Go to ladderlife.com/laughing today to see if you're instantly approved.  Outschool helps kids explore their interests and discover new ones! Save fifteen dollars on your child's first class when you go to outschool.com/laughing and use code laughing.  Pinhook bourbons and ryes are released in vintages, just like wines, and each year's vintage is a little different. Visit pinhookbourbon.com/laughing to learn more or text laughing to 859-800-7848.  Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your FREE in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today! Go to prose.com/laughing.  Grow your business with Shopify today. Go to shopify.com/fresh for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Motherly Podcast
Gloria Riviera on the childcare crisis and what we can do about it

The Motherly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 36:41


In this episode, Liz talks to reporter and podcast host Gloria Riviera about her podcast No One is Coming to Save Us, which is a deep-dive into America's childcare crisis. They talk about how the absence of affordable, high quality childcare impacts families and children, what a healthy society that supports mothers and children looks like in other parts of the world, and what we can all do as parents and advocates to change America for the better when it comes to affordable childcare.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Maria Liberati Show
A Taste of the Riviera

The Maria Liberati Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 33:17


Taste the Riviera with an amazing new recipe from Maria! This week, Maria reads an excerpt from her new book, "The Basic Art of Italian Cooking Diaries: Seasons" and speaks with author, screenwriter and producer Maryann Ridini Spencer. Enter, "The Maria Liberati Show," based on her travels, as well as her Gourmand World Award-winning book series, "The Basic Art of Italian Cooking," and "The Basic Art of..." Find out more on https://www.marialiberati.com ----- Intro music: "A Quick Coffee" by Borrtex - available via Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ Outro music: "First Day of Spring" by David Hilowitz - available via Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/maria-liberati/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-liberati/support

Roustan Foot
Les Mystères de Paris (SG)

Roustan Foot

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 79:30


.. que de zones d'ombre autour de l'intersaison du PSG n'est-ce pas.. ça commence avec, contre toute attente, cette prolongation de Mbappé.. ensuite on te parle de partout de contacts (et ça semble assez légitime) avec Zidane.. que le PSG se garde bien de démentir, même du bout des lèvres, notez le bien.. ça chauffe, ça brûle, c'est fait.. et bim ça n'aurait jamais existé.. puis boum le grand écart (ah pardon, pour un certain nombre de personnalités du foot ça serait génial.. on rigole, mais discrètement puisque par miracle les poches pleines, du côté de la Riviera..) avec l'arrivée de Galtier.. et au milieu coule une rivière, enfin un Campos.. (s'il y a bien un club à l'opposé du trading de joueurs c'est pourtant le PSG non ?).. ah j'oubliais un Président qui sort d'un chapeau un « Stop au bling bling », bling bling qu'il avait lui-même créé, avant de savamment l'entretenir.. boudiouuuuu on va démêler le tout pour arriver à un aigle non pas à 2 têtes, mais à 3 !! Conclusion : avec ces « Mystères de Paris » on est certes loin du fameux roman d'Eugène Sue, mais ça reste sacrément passionnant croyez-moi, et il me tarde déjà du deuxième volume à venir.. !!

360 Vegas
E-407: Homer Simpson Vomit

360 Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 87:06 Very Popular


Random Vegas Cirque du Soleil first played Vegas in a tent in the Mirage parking lot (theringer.com)   Twitpic of the week  It's a view that does not exist anymore.  I mean the view still exists but most of the things you see in this picture, shared by @summacorp, are gone.  Yes, Treasure Island, Sahara, Circus Circus and Stratosphere are still with us but Treasure Island is now TI, new marquee and all and Sahara isn't the same.  Frontier, Stardust, Silver Casino, Riviera and El Rancho...the sequel, are gone.  Whether Resorts World and Fontainebleau reverse the fortunes of north strip, remains to be seen.  For now, let's just revel in this otherworldly image of a time passed but not forgotten.   News Plaza Reimagined More Adele Diva Bullshit Peeping Trop Bonanza Shooting Diana, an Exhibition LeBron Vegas Service Charges Details Cheating at the Strat Discount Cabanas Fremont Expansion Hawaiian Marketplace closes      

Travel Gluten Free
Gluten Free Resort Vacation with Ellen from Gluten Free Vacations

Travel Gluten Free

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 31:13


Travel Gluten-Free Podcast Season 07 Episode 11   In today's Travel Gluten-free Podcast, I'm excited to host Ellen from Gluten-free Vacations. After a diagnosis of Lyme disease and sarcoidosis, Ellen founded the Gluten-free Vacations to help travelers plan their vacations to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Disney. Listen in to find out more about the upcoming gluten-free vacation Ellen and I are planning to the beautiful beaches of Riviera, Maya, Mexico. You can book your stay today; spaces are limited to keep our group small.   Upcoming Gluten Free Resort Vacation    Ellen and I chat about the upcoming gluten-free resort trip we are planning for you and your loved ones. Get to hear all the details on why we picked Unico 20.87 resort in Mexico. With its sophisticated, modern Mexican design, the relaxed atmosphere, and the opportunity to experience local culture, this is a trip that you'll be looking forward to!   Activities for Your Gluten Free Vacation   The Resort is located in Riviera Maya, in a serene environment with an option for numerous activities. We share some fun activities that one can engage in, from hydrotherapy at the Resort's spa to the excursions and our own gluten-free workshops that I'll host for our gluten free vacation!   Amazing Gluten Free Restaurant Options   Unico 2087 is well known for its unique dishes and excellent food presentation. Listen in as Ellen takes us through the restaurant options at the Resort, including gluten free baked goods, gluten free pasta (including gluten free chocolate ravioli), gluten free desserts, and gluten free breakfast.   Personalized Resort Rooms for Our Gluten Free Vacation   Ellen has already secured rooms for the trip and talks about the different types of rooms with personalized features, which most regular resorts don't offer. A few fantastic resort features are your own personal concierge and sophisticated casual dining. When you book, your payment for this gluten free vacation resort includes all of the amazing gluten-free food you'll have during your trip.   In addition to the fabulous gluten-free food offerings, anyone you bring who isn't gluten free will have the option of eating “normal” food at the Resort. The selections are many and include pizza, pasta, and a variety of desserts. Connect with Ellen Follow Ellen on Instagram and Facebook Check out Ellen on the web  Book now for Gluten Free Riviera Maya Unico 20.87 Resort Journey with Travel Gluten Free The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free will walk you through planning and enjoying your next gluten-free travel adventure! Get the BEST all-natural gluten-free travel cosmetics at Lemongrass Spa!  Find cool gluten-free swag at my gluten-free swag shop Follow Travel Gluten-Free on Social Media  Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, Instagram   *Spread the love of Travel Gluten Free podcast and share this episode with a friend*

Filip & Fredrik podcast
629. Vidrigast EVER om Riviera-ryssar

Filip & Fredrik podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 57:51


The Body Serve
Ted Tinling: Tennis' Needle and Thread

The Body Serve

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 73:58 Very Popular


Cuthbert Collingwood "Ted" Tinling was a man whose unlikely story threads throughout the eras of twentieth century tennis like no one else's. A product of a patrician English family who moved to the French Riviera, Ted found himself umpiring for Suzanne Lenglen at 13 years old. He would grow to become a successful London couturier in the interwar period, and in the late 1940s found tennis pulling him back, this time as a designer of tennis fashion. Tinling wed ultra-feminine design with functionality, creating outfits unique to each wearer and which emphasized the need for sportswear to work and move like a tennis player. Much has been written about his rebellious nature and his banishment from Wimbledon -- and we certainly cover that -- but we're also interested in the contradictions of a man with great respect for the codes of tennis tradition but who repeatedly strained against it.   0:45 Ted Tinling: tennis' great multihyphenate  7:20 The Tinlings move from Eastbourne to the Riviera, the hotbed of Jazz Age tennis 11:55 Suzanne Lenglen, France's homegrown superstar  16:45 The end of his Riviera boyhood – from child umpire to Mayfair couturier 20:40 Post-war: a revolution in colour 23:45 Tinling and Dior's New Look - a regression or a rebellion? (Or both?) 27:35 The panties that altered history 36:45 The 1960s: Tinling as the premier designer of women's tennis 42:50 You've Come a Long Way, Baby 48:25 The Tinling Slam: all four plus the Battle of the Sexes 53:20 Wimbledon Act II: Back in the Club 56:20 Infinite sites of rebellion - chipping away at tennis' strictures  63:10 A few more stories we want to tell: Elizabeth Ryan and Bill Tilden