Airports

ADAC gets IATA Platinum status

The IATA has awarded Platinum Airport status to Abu Dhabi Airports Company for their adoption of 100 % bar coded boarding passes. The initiative allows for smoother sailing check-in and eliminates the need for queing at check-in desks. The IATA has aims of making all major airports use the 100% bar coded boarding passes by the end of 2010.

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Green Island in Kuwait

Green Island in Kuwait

Kuwait, Kuwait

A top relaxation destination for all tourists who just want to have the perfect getaway and enjoy some leisure time, the Green Island is located off the waterfront and has a coastline that extends from Al-Shiwaikh to Ras Alard. This paradise on earth is unbelievably one of the most scenic points in the region, and entirely man-made, this beach has been custom designed by importing sand and rocks f...

Holy Cross Church

Holy Cross Church

Frankfurt, Germany

With towers rising up to 25m, the Holy Cross is a an excellent example of fine architecture in a Roman Catholic Church. It was completed in 1929 but due to damage during World War II it was reconstructed with the help of financial grants.  ...

The Vasa Museum

The Vasa Museum

Stockholm, Sweden

“The Vasa” is the 64 gun warship that sank in the Sweden harbor on her maiden voyage in 1628. It is perhaps the only 17th century ship that is in almost perfect shape after being salvaged. Interesting artifacts rescued from the ship are on display at the Vasa Maritime Museum. Don’t miss the film screening which shows how the ship was salvaged 300 years after she sank. It is the most visited museum...

Museo Nacional de Arte

Museo Nacional de Arte

Mexico City, Mexico

Address: No. 8 Tacuba, Col. Centro, Mexico City. Phone: 5130 3400 Fax: 5130 3401 Website: http://www.munal.com.mx/ Timings: Tuesdays to Sundays: 10 am to 530 pm Admission: 30 pesos Tuesdays to Saturdays. Free admission on Sundays. This is the city’s signature art museum. Housed currently in a formal-looking 1904 building with orderly, elegant fenestration t...