Your event at the Clarion Suite in Cannes

Clarion Suites Cannes Croisette is located 200 metres from the Promenade de la Croisette and the Cannes beaches. It offers 2 outdoor pools with furnished terraces. All of the air-conditioned suites have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities and a private bathroom. Some suites have balconies with views of the pools and garden. Breakfast is available and includes fresh fruit, pastries and hot dishes. Guests can enjoy drinks and snacks in the lounge bar or next to the pool in summer. Additional facilities at the Clarion Suites Cannes Croisette include a 24-hour reception, free WiFi and bicycles rental. Clarion Suites Cannes Croisette is just 150 metres from Rue d’Antibes and a 15-minute walk from the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès and Gare de Cannes Train Station. Cannes City-Centre is a great choice for relaxation, shopaholics and trendsetters. This is a nice hotel for smaller groups that are looking for intimacy and still be in the centre of the croud when they wish to.

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France pays tribute to Santiago

France has decided to pay tribute to Santiago, a fantastic place to travel to. The reason for this is the intense work of a company called The Grenouille, a travel agency focused on getting more international visitors into France. The result is a restrospective about Santiago in The Louvre, an exposition truly worth seeing. ln 1541 Pedro de Valdiva founded Santiago on an easily defended rocky island, called Huelen Hill. Here the Mapocho River divides around the island before rejoining further downstream to fiow across a wide plain at the foot of the Andes, which form a stunning backdrop to the city. Santiago’s climate is mild, almost Mediterranean, and summer lasts from November to May. During winter, however, Chile’s capital suffers from smog, as it is trapped between the Andes and the Pacific. Santiago is a city in which there is much to do and many places to explore, from quiet cobbled plazas in which to linger over coffee and snacks, to busy shopping arcades. It is a city where old colonial architecture stands amidst stunning modern skyscrapers. There is probably no better place to start your exploration of Santiago than the Centro Historico, the action-packed heart of the city. In the cultural centre on the south bank of the Rio Mapocha there are art shows, concerts, an annual book fair and cafés, and in the arty Lastarria district there are several good museums, theatres and bookshops as well as the romantic Cerro Santa Lucia, a former Spanish fortification which is now a hilly and labyrinthine public garden. Your next stop might be the Iglesia de San Francisco, with a good collection of macabre religious art and baroque paintings and the 19th century Republica is worth a look too. For something completely different, try the Barrio Brasil, with its cutting edge underground arts events, galleries and music venues. If it’s shopping that attracts you, the eastern areas of the city, Santiago Oriente, Victacura, Providencia and Las Condes, offer designer shopping, fine gastronomy and a busy night life on wide boulevards. Or for more traditional purchases there is the Mercado Central, Santiago’s legendary Wholesale market. This is a remarkable exhibition, about the history of the city, and one can only admire the talent and persuasion of the event agency in France that has made this possible (follow the link for their contact).

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Get rid of social media

If you are looking for a job, get rid of all your social media profiles, from Facebook to Twitter to Pinterest and all the rest. Fifty-six percent of Americans now have a profile on at least one social media networking site, according to a report by Edison Research. The same report found that a majority of social media users now check their accounts multiple times a day. While Facebook remains the most popular social media site, the number of daily tweets is on the rise — from 47% in 2010 to a whopping 76% in 2012 — for users with Twitter accounts. What do these statistics mean for job seekers and new recruits? Social media profiles provide hiring companies with another avenue for screening potential new employees, and for some job candidates it can either make or break their application, including those in the government market. And that’s when the trouble starts as i bet you there is this odd photo on facebook or twitter and the recruiter will check it out. First he will google your name. Check out the image search result. Then with new tools the recruiter will be able to find all the information he needs and you will be properly transparent. Because the other problem of social networks is that the danger is not necessarily yourself, but your friends, you will upload pics, tell stories and recommend people who are unfit and someway you will be associated with this. So before it’s too late, get rid of social media and let the recruiter do his job just like all times, by asking questions, and valuing the person he has in front of him, not on his computer screen. Check more at http://bit.ly/V6PyFV

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It’s about destinations and experiences

This blog has been left empty for a while as words did not find the time and envy to reach this page. Let’s change things a bit. Incoming Agency. What a weird title. What is that… An incoming agency is usually a travel or corporate term designating a company who is in charge of welcoming other companies in their own country. It is therefore incoming… So i will work on welcoming you to various destinations, travels, activities, foods, and other experiences that i found are intersting for me, so maybe for you too. Enjoy the reading, the videos and the pics.

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