Vermont Skiing

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Why skiing? Because it is not only enjoyable, but is a great way of fitness: skiing is a great form of exercise requiring a level of skill, balance, and flexibility. Skiing is also great way to strengthen and tone several muscle groups. What can be such a big fun like skiing? The mountains, the views, […]


Regattas Excitement On The Water

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If you have ever seen boats racing along the water then you have seen a regatta. This term stands for a boat race that can include power, sail, and man powered boats. Most often, though, a regatta is a non-powerboat race. The average regatta is more of an amateur competition. They are usually put on […]


Uncovering The History Of Cricket

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Cricket is a very old game that is steeped in tradition. The earlier types of cricket go back to at least the thirteenth century and the roots of the game can be traced back to the south of England. It seems to have been popular among the families of farmers in the south east. A […]


5 Reasons Why European Championship Failure Is Good For You

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This time last year in the Search Travel Online offices, we were looking at our calendars and predicting a sales lull around the time of June and July 2008. Why? Because of the European Championship in Switzerland and Austria. It was a foregone conclusion that England would take their rightful place amongst the final 16 […]


Sailing In New England S Unique Waters

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Of the six states that comprise our country’s quaint New England, five are on the coast, making the area a prime place for enjoying water sports, including a top favorite, sailing. Whether you make your home there or decide to take in the sea air during your next vacation, you’ll never encounter a lack of […]


The Inventors Of Modern Soccer English Soccer History

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English Soccer History – Early Days It’s hard to determine exactly how soccer became so popular in England in the 19th century, but the truth is that in the mid 19th century, almost every major town had a semi-professional soccer team. These teams were usually associations of workers from the same factory or institution or […]


Host A Great Football Party With Sports Apparel

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Every sports fiend exalts a playoff recreation–particularly football fanatics. And so, how can you make your game day party as distinguished as the contest itself? It is manageable with the benefit of NFL team merchandise. The nexus is in embellishing with your preferred sports knick knacks. During game breaks or preceding the game, it is […]


A Short Biography Of Some Of Europe S Most Loved And Hated Monarchs Pt 2 Mad King George Iii

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During the last thousand years, European Monarchs have ruled Europe and the world with an iron fist and by fear, compassion and hatred. As their wealth grew from the riches of newly conquered continents and lands, they began building some of the worlds greatest castles as a sign of their status and wealth, leaving behind […]


Change Your Thinking Change Your Life

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Have you ever given up on a dream because you’ve listened to that ‘little voice’ in your head that tells you that you ‘can’t do it’ or ‘what’s the point?’ That inner voice is the critic inside of everyone that causes many bright futures to come to a screaming halt. Just like the mommy who […]


World Cup 2006 Preview England

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Outright Odds: 13/2 Group B Winners: 8/13 We’ve seen it all before and do the tabloids genuinely believe this is “England’s best chance of success”? What, again? Another year, another major tournament England are expected to win, yet they always bow out with a whimper. Why should this World Cup be any different? It’s not […]


World Cup 2006 Preview Sweden

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Outright Odds: 50/1 Group B Winners: 9/4 Sweden battled their way through an awkward qualifying group which included Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Iceland and qualified as one of the two best placed runners-up. The Swedes lost narrowly 1-0 to Croatia both home and away but eight wins out of eight against the rest of their […]


History Of Advertising

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When advertising is considered from its entire history it is not surprising at all that it currently maintains such a significant factor in our lives and society. The history of advertising can be traced all the way back to the people of Babylonia and was present in several societies from that time forward. Moving forward […]


Glyconutrition All Eyes On Newton

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Glyconutrition and the silence in Parliament: Sir Isaac Newton is not generally associated with medicine and biology, much less glyconutrition. Newton lived 1642– 1727, a period now referred to as the Age of Newton. However, you don’t get an entire age named after you unless you have done something spectacular…like inventing the calculus…or discovering the […]


Getting Wild With World Cup Willie

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PNC Mobile and Jules Rimet Cup Ltd announce their collaboration on Mobile Services for the World Cup 2006 & World Cup Willie Jules Rimet Cup Ltd announces it has the rights to World Cup Willie in a bid to reincarnate the spirit of England’s famous win in the 1966 World Cup. World Cup Willie was […]


The Tale That Dogs The Wag

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Glancing through the red-tops on certain days over the past few weeks, one could be forgiven for thinking that England’s World Cup bid revolved not around 11 strapping male athletes on the pitch in Gelsenkirchen, but rather the occasionally dubious antics of a group of Cristal fuelled, bejewelled glamour queens in Manolo Blahniks and oversized […]


Fall Foliage Scenic Drives In New England Six Of The Best

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Fall foliage in New England provides a showcase for Mother Nature. Perhaps nowhere else in America, and maybe even the world, are the fall colors as stunning and spectacular as October in New England. Fall foliage in New England really begins in August. The shortening daylight hours trigger the deciduous trees to begin the process […]


Fall Foliage Scenic Drive In Connecticut

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Fall foliage scenic drives in Connecticut include the Long Island Sound coastal routes, and the Litchfield Hills in Northwestern Connecticut. These areas offer dramatic scenic drives any season, but for me, the trip that comes alive in the fall is nestled in eastern Connecticut’s “Quiet Corner” and is Route 169. This is a gem of […]


Regional Cuisine New England Clam Chowder

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Sea air, crisp apples, the brisk, spice of fallen leaves – there are few things that say autumn in New England like the scents that seem to buffet the senses from everywhere. Among those marvelous treats for the senses are popular dishes from appetizer to dessert that you just won’t find – or at least […]