Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

Ceramics and Châteaus: Discover Genteel Gien

There’s little doubt that an essential element of all barge holidays in France is being able to dock at the myriad towns and villages that line the waterways and entice visitors in with their charms. As part of the itinerary of the hotel barge Renaissance, guests will be able to see the sights of Gien, renowned for its pottery and royal château.
Finding your Bearings

 

Prior to diving into the town, it is well worth disembarking on the south bank to take in the attractions of Gien all at once: from this vantage point, you can savour the spectacle of the river as it passes below the eighteenth-century bridge, under the watchful gaze of the sixteenth-century château.

Not even the loss of much of Gien’s historic buildings during World War II can detract from the pleasant view. Indeed, the painstaking and very convincing post-war reconstruction has done much to bury these ghosts of the past.

Marvel at Gien’s Pottery

Cultural exploration is an integral part of our barge holidays. In France, there are always abundant opportunities for the discerning traveller to discover regional produce, and Gien is no exception. The town has crafted a fine reputation for the calibre of its pottery, in particular for its Faïence pottery. Production began when Thomas Hall, an Englishman from Stoke-on-Trent who was intent on bringing high-quality English earthenware to France, established a factory in 1821.

In deciding to base his enterprise in Gien, Hall chose wisely, capitalising on the town’s physical amenities. The Sologne forest, which is in close proximity to Gien, provided a ready source of wood for the kilns. What’s more, the Loire granted access to markets throughout France (until water travel was superseded by the railways), in addition to providing sand and water for making clay.

While production continues to this day, the factory has also taken on a new guise as a museum dedicated to telling the story of the industry and shedding light on the making of these exquisite ceramics.

A Château Fit for Kings and Queens

There’s one more attraction that certainly merits a visit before you return to the hotel barge. Holidays in France are rarely complete without sojourning for a while at a château, and Gien’s has certainly welcomed its fair share of royal visitors. This elegant edifice was constructed for the use of Anne de Beaujeu, the daughter of Louis XI, in the final years of the fifteenth century. Future guests included Henri II and his wife Catherine de Médici, as well as Louis XIV, the famous ‘Sun King’.

Despite being bombed during World War II, the château was successfully restored. Since 1952, it’s housed a museum, which is dedicated to the most royal of pastimes: hunting. Through paintings, sculptures and an array of weapons and trophies from successful forays, the museum details how hunting and its depiction has developed through the centuries.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury barge holidays in France. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge cruise to anyone looking for a unique holiday experience.

Why do I become my own boss?

Today, we are seeing more and more entrepreneurs around the world. Before this, not many people started their own business as they were afraid of financial insecurity. Changes in perception, thanks to advances in technology and Internet penetration. People are more aware of the world of opportunities that exist in online and they want to use them. There are many sources in online that appreciate true talent; Thus, one becomes convinced by knowing that there is a world beyond the 9 to 5 profiles filled with opportunities waiting to be addressed. Why do I become my own boss? Read this article for a convincing answer to this question.

Unleash your true potential

If you work for someone, you just do the job as you teach. You follow some rules and never deviate from them. In rare times when your caretaker is willing to hear your ideas, he hears and rejects them as they are not practical enough. You feel demotivated doing the same tedious work every day and you feel your brain becoming boring. This is why crowded people just expose their companies and start their own commerce. If you are your own caretaker, you may reflect your strength and take on projects that release your true potential and creativity.

Know what you are doing

In a corporate atmosphere, you are among the thousands of workers who work for the project. Therefore, your efforts tend not to be noticed. Even though your caretaker is aware of the good work you are doing, you will not want to drive you out when appreciating and rewarding his troops. He will receive praise for the work you have done, which may make you disappointed. That’s why it’s important to start your own business and enjoy the feeling of being your own boss. As an individual contributor, if you do a good job, your client immediately appreciates and writes some good words about you in your LinkedIn profile, if he is good enough. It may work your way as you search for more projects.

Understand the value of time and money

If you work for a company, you will not really pay attention to factors such as billing booths, the value of money if there are project connections and other projects involved in project management. However, if you become your own boss, you begin to appreciate values ​​like never before. You learn that every second is important after a project and a final date. Therefore, you work with all your heart and soul into it, thereby increasing your productivity to a great stage. You are forced to make difficult decisions about your own decisions and assess the impression of this decision on your trade. You make mistakes but you learn from them quickly so you do not repeat them in the future. You do this because you can not make a lot of mistakes.

An Island Guide to the Galapagos

 

An Island Guide to the Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands have long been a magnet to travellers interested in the ecology and geology of our natural world. This remote volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean lies around 1,000km off the coast of Ecuador and supports some of the most diverse habitats on the planet. There are 13 main islands and numerous smaller ones, each with its own distinct characteristics. For anyone planning a trip to the Galapagos, holidays to explore this most unique part of the world can be enhanced by understanding some of the features and fast facts about them.
Bartholomew

 

While it is certainly not the largest, Bartholomew may be the most recognisable island. Its scenery is dominated by Pinnacle Rock, one of the most iconic landmarks of the archipelago. The tall, pointed rock just off the shore features in countless images of the region, providing a spectacular backdrop for the 360° views its high point. Bartholomew is also renowned as one of the best sites to encounter the magnificent marine wildlife, including Galapagos Penguins, sea lions, sharks and rays.

Espanola

Also known as Hood Island, Espanola is relatively flat, with the highest of its small hills measuring around 675ft. It is home to an abundance of wildlife including large numbers of sea lions and more than 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatross – almost the entire global population of the avian species. The breeding site at Gardner Bay, on its eastern shores, is also an exceptional place to explore the underwater life and encounter Marine Iguanas sunning themselves on the rocky beaches.

Isabela

The largest of all the islands, Isabela is in fact five small volcanoes joined together – all of which are still active. As such, the landscape is quite dramatic and varied, from the dense vegetation of the southern highlands to stark lava fields and mangrove swamps at lower altitudes. For visitors on Galapagos holidays, Isabela has multiple sites of interest including the vast wetlands, which support a huge variety of endemic and breeding birdlife.

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz has six different vegetation zones, and the astounding diversity of its habitat is matched by the diversity and abundance of its wildlife species. Along with the opportunity to explore the many wild reptilian species of the highlands, it an integral part of the itinerary of most Galapagos holidays as it is the location of the Charles Darwin Research Station. The facility is an important breeding, education and research facility dedicated to the conservation of the Giant Tortoise, one of the most iconic species of the archipelago.

Fernandina

Fernandina is the youngest of all the islands, with its last volcanic activity recorded in 2009 from its centrepiece, La Cumbre. Renowned for its magnificent scenery, it is considered one of the world’s most untouched ecosystems, with no foreign species ever believed to have arrived on its shores. It is home to the nesting site of the unique flightless cormorants, along with the Blue Footed Booby and the elusive Galapagos Hawk.

A Unique Environment

The best Galapagos holidays are those with an itinerary that takes in both the large and smaller islands of the archipelago, in order to get a complete overview of not just its beauty but also its astonishing diversity. As one of the most fascinating places on Earth, scientists and biologists are still discovering new facts every year about this unique part of the world.

New dynamic atrium from Printemps

New dynamic atrium from Printemps

Printemps, the historic department store on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris, France, gets a makeover with a stunning atrium that runs vertically from the lower floor to the 9th floor.
Through its long history, Printemps is the first department store to use electricity, lift lifts and introduce modern architectural achievements such as large spiral staircases and 42-meter-tall dome. As part of today’s Printemps reconstruction, the goal is to introduce a new atrium that allows visitors to see all levels. New dynamic atrium from Printemps

The interdisciplinary research-based architecture studio, UUfie, in charge of this dynamic feature applies the concept of vertical dome, which is also called the hijab into the atrium as it pierces the heart of the building; reminded and saluted the store iconic stained glass dome seen in 1894. The hijab weighs 24 tons, but appears to float in front of a vertical circulation with glass floors and mirrored ceilings. 25.5 meters tall and 12.5 meters wide, consisting of a white painted aluminum panel with approximately 17,200 axis shaped openings that reveal the glass layer of Dichroic, which changes color based on people’s point of view, which gives it colorful qualities. The floral relief created by two layers of aluminum surface is an interpretation of the image found in historic stained glass; diverted to repetitive patterns which are then randomized to form a color burst on the white surface. New dynamic atrium from Printemps

New dynamic atrium from Printemps geometry is understood by connecting the four angles of emptiness with simple curves in plan and elevation. The combination of two-dimensional curved panels gives the overall shape of the full veil. Proper assembly allows for perfect joint control between each panel. On the opposite side of the hijab is a one-way mirror wall covering the twelve newly installed escalators. This creates a reflection that complements the hijab symmetry and gives the appearance of a widened void.

Visitors approach the space through the dark hallway to the escalator behind a one-way mirror. Between floors 4-8, a hole in the wall of a one-way mirror gives an unobstructed view of the hijab. Development through space provides a variety of perspectives and moments to experience the ever-changing color and color changes in the void. Acting as the backbone of the main building, it channeled energy to different retail concepts on every floor and brought some of the building’s history to date.

To negotiate existing building constraints and strict fire regulations has resulted in a symbolic and expressive space of ingenuity in architecture and engineering. The entire project was built in just eight months, while the shops are still operating. New dynamic atrium from Printemps

Cruising the Highlands in Style: The Caledonian Canal

Cruising the Highlands in Style: The Caledonian Canal

There’s no beauty in the world quite like that of the Scottish Highlands. The rugged landscape will take your breath away and make you eager to see more. One of the best ways to explore the wild side of Scotland is by water, and the Caledonian Canal is the finest route of all.
At 60 miles long, this waterway features 29 lochs, 10 bridges, 4 aqueducts and more incredible scenes of nature than you can count. The route connects the south-east of the country to the north-west, reaching from the charming town of Fort William all the way to Inverness. There’s plenty to do and see when you cruise Scotland: the awe-inspiring castles and famous whisky distilleries are sure to catch your attention.

 

You can sail in the shadow of royalty here. In 1873, Queen Victoria travelled on the canal, which has been extremely popular ever since. The canal’s stunning route makes it easy to see why Queen Victoria loved to cruise Scotland so much!

Thanks to James Watt, the inventor of the Watt steam engine, the idea of constructing the Caledonian Canal first surfaced in 1773. It aimed to connect the eastern and western sides of Scotland, providing work for locals and reducing the need to make a dangerous journey around the coast. The canal would enable all key lochs of the Great Glen could be connected, including Loch Ness, Loch Lochy and Loch Oich.

30 years later, the project was approved by the Scottish government and was led by Thomas Telford, a Scottish engineer. It was designed to run in an incredibly straight line along a geographical fault, and was supposedly a master class in engineering. However, the project missed its deadline by 12 years, taking 19 years to build in total, and also exceeded its budget.

This caused problems for ships that were previously designed to navigate the canal: by the time that it was finished, the ships’ designs were outdated and unsuitable. Although steamer ships with iron hulls were capable of sailing around the Scottish coast, these were too big for the waterway. As a result, while the project was visually impressive, it wasn’t quite the huge success that designers had hoped for.

Despite this, cruising along the Caledonian Canal is an amazing experience from start to finish. Among its many highlights is Neptune’s Staircase: as the longest stair lock in the UK, it takes an impressive 90 minutes for a barge to travel the distance of 500 yards, passing through 8 different locks and rising 70 feet in the process.

If rugged natural beauty, astounding industrial skill and authentic local history sounds like your idea of the perfect cruise, Scotland is the destination for you.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider of all-inclusive, luxury canal holidays across Europe. Part of a team of experienced barging aficionados, Paul is first in line to endorse the perks of a slow-paced barge holiday, whether you’re looking to cruise Scotland, France or Italy.

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands wildlife is the most unique species in the world. At that time in the archipelago, off the coast of South America, the naturalist Charles Darwin based his research which later became his “Theory of Evolution”.
Currently the archipelago is a popular place for ecotourism, with wildlife cruises in the Galapagos often sitting at the top of the list of nature lovers desires. However, apart from – and, in some cases, because – the remote geographic position of the island, many species face a serious threat to their survival, and some are extinct. Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

The ground birds in the archipelago are a declining group, the most prominent being the Finches Darwin (which are actually 15 separate species) – so named as their “light bulbs” in Darwin’s theory of natural selection. Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

Saving the Land Bird

The Charles Darwin Research Institute (CDRI) in Santa Cruz, is a site that is in the travel plans of every wildlife voyage in the Galapagos. Their precious works are essential to the preservation of wildlife archipelago, and one of their many projects is focused on controlling the parasitic flies endangering Finches Darwin.

Philornis Downsi is an introduced species, whose larvae live and eat children from finch chicks, causing many to die in their nests. Ectoparasites are also believed to be responsible for the decline of other poultry species.

Philornis Project

Research conducted by CDRI begins with attempts to enlarge the Philornis larvae downsi in the laboratory, without the help of a poultry host. This difficult task is achieved for the first time by a dedicated undergraduate thesis student, although increasing the number of flies in large quantities required for research purposes continues to cause problems.

Researchers from the CDRI went to Panama to observe the work of the Missile Defensive Maintenance Program, where millions of “sterile” flies were produced regularly to help the project to eradicate invasive caterpillars. The researchers can transfer what they get from this very successful project and apply it to very positive results.

Although CDRI flies are bred in greater numbers because of the team’s achievements to improve some of Panama’s project techniques, making flies into regular marriage still proves a challenge. However, there is a large and dedicated team working on this project, and they are confident they will reach a solution.

Learning more about fly biology is essential for the next step in the program to develop successful methods for controlling the numbers. Once a regular breeding program is conducted, research on flies management effectively will provide a major step forward in the conservation of the domestic birds.

Small Project Makes a Big Difference

For anyone planning a wildlife voyage in the Galapagos, understanding CDR’s vital work will offer greater insight into this incredible world and the challenges it faces. The ongoing Philornis project is just one example of how seemingly small conservation projects have the potential to make a big difference to the archipelagic ecology.

Keeps the pennywort from the Galapagos Islands

New7Wonders of the World is amazing

New7Wonders of the World is amazing

What is New7Wonders?
Explorer brain child of Bernard Weber, New7Wonders idea is his hope to connect people from all over the world together to create a list of modern wonders were chosen democratically by travelers far and wide. The New Wonders list was compiled in 2007, and is based on the votes of community members from around the world. This is a bucket list ready by the end of the intrepid explorers and backpacker most daring, and offers some of the most prominent architectural triumphs and stunning monuments that must be presented by the planet and its inhabitants themselves. New7Wonders of the World is amazing

Monument of the monument

Monuments that made it into the list is not short of an icon: Colosseum in Rome, the Great Wall of China, Christ the Redeemer in Brazil and India Taj Mahal is regarded as the crown jewel sparkling architecture of this star-studded bucket list. of the greatest achievements in the world.

A true icon recognizes the whole world, a visit to one of these offers moments you’ll never forget. Imagine feeling hundreds of years of history in the rock that surrounds you in central Rome in the Colosseum. Imagine yourself watching the sunrise over the cool marble façade symmetrical beauty of the Taj Mahal before the crowds pouring, or draw your breath at the top of the Great Wall of stairs trying to see the stunning panoramic views across China. New7Wonders of the World is amazing

Ancient Civilizations and How They Live

Impressed by the Inca’s ability to build entire civilizations at altitudes of several thousand meters in Machu Picchu; winding through the elaborate and beautiful Maya temple in Chichen Itzá Mexico; and look at the towering structure carved out of sandstone in Petra, Jordan.

The difference between these three great civilizations is seen in the architectural style of this impressive ruin. It is also clear that the love and devotion that accompanies these works has a general echo of something that binds all humans around the world and all the time together.

It would not be nice to forget …

Before leaving for the next adventure to mark New Wonder, never forget that it is better to prepare for all scenarios so you can enjoy your journey with peace of mind. The backpacker travel insurance policy is essential to enable you to go further, higher and deeper into this exciting list on your way. Go Assure backpacker travel insurance belonging to the government can cover your entire trip, whether you’re away for a month or two or lucky enough to be on the road for a year. So, choose your destination, buy your insurance, pack your bags and set out on the journey of a lifetime!

Ethan Bailey is an experienced adventure traveler and insurance expert with Let’s Go Insure team. Ethan’s spirit is to inspire his clients to go further, deeper and higher on their journey and his expertise in providing ideal insurance allows them to do just that. If you are looking for the best backpacker travel insurance, Let’s Go to work with underwriters, intermediaries, and most experienced insurers to offer a range of competitive insurance without sacrificing protection. New7Wonders of the World is amazing

Guide to Cleaning Your Air Rifle Scope correctly

Guide to Cleaning Your Air Rifle Scope correctly

Buying air rifle scopes may be the best decision you make when you arrive at your training goal. But keeping clean clean is the second best decision you’ll make.

If the scope is dirty, you may find it difficult to see at dusk or dusk. You may also have trouble seeing in the middle of the day if the lens has dust or dirt on it.

It’s important to keep the scope clean all the time so you can easily see your target. This ensures accurate fire.

Plus, clean up the scope, the longer it will last.

Let’s discuss three steps to clean your air rifle’s scope in good condition: brushing, wiping and cleaning deeply.

Round One: Brushing
Use a soft bristle brush to remove any dirt or particles attached to the surface. You can use a brush designed for the camera.

The brush should be soft and completely free of oil. Oil can damage the surface of the scope and make it harder to keep it clean.

Look for brushes that can be pulled into the case when not in use. A good brush that has a nice hat is also the right choice as it makes a clean brush between utilities.

If the brush is wet, you should throw it away and get a replacement.

Another option is to use a can of pressurized air to clean the lens when the lens is dry.

Round Two: Wipe
Next, use a microfiber cloth to remove fingerprints or smudges. The fabric should be soft and should not be made with or in contact with any chemicals. This can damage the lens surface.

The microfiber fabric has a small fiber that is much smaller than a strand of human hair.

The normal fabric has fibers that form a circle and will only smear the oil over the lens. The triangular strap gives a clean lens inside, so look for a cloth like this.

This type of fabric can prevent scratches from small particles scratched on the surface of the lens. The microfiber cloth takes particles so it does not scratch your lens.

Round Three: Deep Cleaning
For water-dried stains on the lens or pollen, use an antifungal cleanser. Place a few drops of cleanser on a tissue and rub the lens, from the inside out.

Then use clean and dry tissue to remove excess fluid.

Repeat as needed.

Just remember, be gentle and do not push too hard. Save your energy while you’re practicing.

You definitely want to make sure the cleanser is not a quick dry mix so it does not dry out when you try to clear the scope. Do not use a glass cleaner as it contains chemicals that can damage the lens.

Check the lens briefly before you finish cleaning it just to make sure the lens is not clean.

If there is still dirt, stains or particles, try again until full. It may take a little longer than you expected, but the results in the accuracy of the shot will make it worth your while.

More Tips
Never use a duster, wet paper towel or your shirt to cleanse your scope. And do not also clean it with a new toothbrush. Or the usual, in this case.

Although it seems harmless, using the wrong ingredients and products to clean the scope you can do a bad job to clean it, at best.

At worst, it can leave scratches that affect the quality of your shot. It’s like rubbing dirty sandpaper over the lens. You may have to change your scope, depending on the extent of the damage.

You should also avoid using your finger to clean up the debris. It can cause dirt to stick on the surface, and can also scratch the lens.

Keeping Your Cleaning Cleansing Kit Safe

If you do not clean your scope, be sure to keep your cleaning supplies in a clean and safe place. You do not want your cloth to collect dust that will end in its scope.

If the microfiber cloth is dirty, check if you can throw it in the washing machine and dry it. Do not use bleach or fabric softener.

Clean your air gun

It is equally important to clean your rifle as it clears your scope.

Many people think you do not need to clean the air gun, but cleaning it is the best way to keep it in top shape. It also helps the guns last longer.

If your rifle is dirty and you try to clear your scope, your scope will definitely cause dirt and dirt on it in the process.

It’s like what happens when the toast wets the floor. It is always ground facing down.

But think about it

5 Ways to Get People to Read Your Life Trainers Blog

5 Ways to Get People to Read Your Life Trainers Blog

You have words. You have experience training. Now where is the reader?

It can be a challenge to get people to read your blog no matter what you do. Fortunately, there are some strategies you can use to increase the number of readers and, hopefully, the response!

Take a look at these top five ways to get people to read your life coach blog. Then start revamping to get today’s readers!

5 Ways to Get People to Read Your Life Trainers Blog
1. Log in with purpose

Whatever marketing tool you use, you always want to have goals.

This is the key so you can measure your progress along the way and more easily achieve your goals.

When it comes to blog writing, your goal should be in terms of blog visitors and / or part of your post. It might help to start with a lower number, or a number that matches your current readers.

Your goal may also have something to do with the conversion. That is, you may want to make the goal of having a number of people read your blog and then buy your product or request more information.

Walk with the goal and develop all your posts to blog your life coach around this.

2. Have a post on time

Sticking to the schedule when releasing your blog posts makes you look more professional and can give you a reason to invite readers to subscribe to your blog.

Daily or weekly posts are more likely to be read than they appear sporadically occasionally.

Set a blog release schedule that makes sense to you, and which still promotes unique content.

3. Remember the reader

You want to submit content on your blog that is relevant and worth the amount of time you enter to read each post.

Select content relevant to current social issues. Be specific and concise in your writing. Posts should be short and sweet, with solutions offered for problem or tip options for clear results.

When brainstorming ideas, think about what can overcome many people. For example, write about The Avatar Course or a way to stop feeling trapped in life.

4. Network, network, network

Keeping a blog does not mean you do not need a network.

Post comments to other similar blogs, promote other blogger products, and see about cross-linking your blog with others.

View other blog directories and make sure your blog is at least one. Reach out to other bloggers and ask for tips and advice.

The more of your network, the more you expand the reader for your life coach blog.

5. Stay on top of your links

Make sure that you have spiced links across your blog posts that link to your site or other pages.

The same is true for your website. Readers should always be able to access relevant blog posts from your site wherever they navigate.

Build Your Blog Reader
Your live coach blog is very important for your marketing as a coach. Build your readers by networking, managing your content and links, and always writing with clear goals.

Everything You Need to Know About LA Charger Move

Everything You Need to Know About LA Charger Move

FEB 28, 2017 BY BLOG ARTICLECITY 0 0 COMMENTS
Chargers have officially taken their talents to Los Angeles.

Starting next season, Chargers will play their home game at L.A. But what does Chargers mean to the team and its fans?

Here’s what you need to know about Chargers’.

1. Chargers will play their home game at StubHub Center.
Football fans who bought LA ​​Charger tickets initially had to go to Carson – not LA – to see their favorite team.

This year, Chargers will contact StubHub Center’s home. The stadium serves a multi-purpose facility located in Carson, which is about 10 miles south of downtown L.A.

If you would like to purchase L.A. Chargers for the upcoming season, you may need to act quickly too.

The StubHub Center has a current capacity of around 27,000, making it the smallest stadium in the NFL.

2. Chargers will keep their name intact.
Although Chargers lock City of Angels, the team name will remain the same.

Believe it or not, the real Charger step is to go home for the team.

In 1960, Chargers started as an American Football League (AFL) team in Los Angeles. They moved to San Diego one year later and became an NFL franchise when the AFL and NFL joined in the 1970s.

Chargers is a proud and successful NFL franchise. Since the start of Chargers, the team has won the AFL championship and 10 AFC West titles and made Super Bowl appearances.

Thanks to his move, football fans can buy tickets and watch Chargers compete to bring the Super Bowl title to Los Angeles.

3. L.A. Chargers have a new logo.
What will move to L.A. without Hollywood-inspired entrance? After Chargers announced their pace last month, the team also launched a new logo to usher in a new era in the new city.

Although the Chargers logo changes, the team’s commitment to excellence remains the same.

Today, football fans can embrace the spirit of Chargers. If you buy a ticket, you will be able to look closely at Chargers directly and instantly in the near future.

4. San Diego football fans have mixed feelings about LA Chargers.
LA added the NFL team, but San Diego lost one.

To date, San Diego’s soccer fans have shown a combination of sadness and anger about Chargers’ move to L.A., and it probably is.

Many Chargers fans appeared outside the Qualcomm Stadium of San Diego, home of the only Chargers, to throw T-shirts and Chargers outfits after the team announced its step L.A.

It’s easy to understand why San Diego soccer fans may feel frustrated and frustrated by the Chargers move to L.A. But it’s important to try to see the big picture.

Chargers have moved on, and the team is unlikely to return to San Diego. And for San Diego soccer fans who want to see Chargers live, there are still plenty of opportunities to buy tickets before the 2017 NFL season runs.

5. San Diego missed a chance to save Chargers.
In January 2016, the NFL gave Chargers the option to move to L.A. if a new stadium deal can not be reached with the city of San Diego. Owner charger Dean Spanos last month used this option, which put the team’s move.

But give Spanos credit for trying to keep Chargers in San Diego.

USA Today reported Spanos has been working with San Diego officials for 15 years hoping to get a new stadium built in San Diego, but his efforts have finally failed.

Chargers have officially taken their talents to Los Angeles.

Starting next season, Chargers will play their home game at L.A. But what does Chargers mean to the team and its fans?

Here’s what you need to know about Chargers’.

1. Chargers will play their home game at StubHub Center.
Football fans who bought LA ​​Charger tickets initially had to go to Carson – not LA – to see their favorite team.

This year, Chargers will contact StubHub Center’s home. The stadium serves a multi-purpose facility located in Carson, which is about 10 miles south of downtown L.A.

If you would like to purchase L.A. Chargers for the upcoming season, you may need to act quickly too.

The StubHub Center has a current capacity of around 27,000, making it the smallest stadium in the NFL.

2. Chargers will keep their name intact.
Although Chargers lock City of Angels, the team name will remain the same.

Believe it or not, the real Charger step is to go home for the team.

In 1960, Chargers started as an American Football League (AFL) team in Los Angeles. They moved to San Diego one year later and became an NFL franchise when the AFL and NFL joined in the 1970s.

Chargers is a proud and successful NFL franchise. Since the start of Chargers, the team has won the AFL championship and 10 AFC West titles and made Super Bowl appearances.

Thanks to his move, football fans can buy tickets and watch Chargers compete to bring the Super Bowl title to Los Angeles.

3. L.A. Chargers have a new logo.
What will move to L.A. without Hollywood-inspired entrance? After Chargers announced their pace last month, the team also launched a new logo to usher in a new era in the new city.

Although the Chargers logo changes, the team’s commitment to excellence remains the same.

Today, football fans can embrace the spirit of Chargers. If you buy a ticket, you will be able to look closely at Chargers directly and instantly in the near future.

4. San Diego football fans have mixed feelings about LA Chargers.
LA added the NFL team, but San Diego lost one.

To date, San Diego’s soccer fans have shown a combination of sadness and anger about Chargers’ move to L.A., and it probably is.

Many Chargers fans appeared outside the Qualcomm Stadium of San Diego, home of the only Chargers, to throw T-shirts and Chargers outfits after the team announced its step L.A.

It’s easy to understand why San Diego soccer fans may feel frustrated and frustrated by the Chargers move to L.A. But it’s important to try to see the big picture.

Chargers have moved on, and the team is unlikely to return to San Diego. And for San Diego soccer fans who want to see Chargers live, there are still plenty of opportunities to buy tickets before the 2017 NFL season runs.

5. San Diego missed a chance to save Chargers.
In January 2016, the NFL gave Chargers the option to move to L.A. if a new stadium deal can not be reached with the city of San Diego. Owner charger Dean Spanos last month used this option, which put the team’s move.

But give Spanos credit for trying to keep Chargers in San Diego.

USA Today reported Spanos has been working with San Diego officials for 15 years hoping to get a new stadium built in San Diego, but his efforts have finally failed.