5 Things You Should Know About Kentucky Derby

5 Things You Should Know About Kentucky Derby

Kentucky Derby is one of the biggest events of the year, and is on the list of buckets that many experience directly. Of course, it is available to watch on TV, but you want to approach that action, right?

Whether you are a Derby veteran or you are planning your first trip, there are certain tips that everyone needs to know. Read on for 5 of them.

Use cash
Bring cash. Bring a ton of cash. While in this day and age, it looks like plastic is king, cash will get you much further in Kentucky Derby.

You will need cash for parking, as a starter. There’s nothing worse than going to Derby, finding a lot of things, and realizing that you do not have access to it.

In addition, most beverage sellers need cash, and you need cash to choose that free horse!

There is an ATM. However, they also come with the discomfort of waiting a very long time. Outsmart all others who do not put their pockets in green.

Thinking forward
Many people attend Derby, so it makes sense that crowds and lines will become commonplace.

If you have to use the bathroom – or you think you might have to – do not think about it. Just lined up The same is true if you want a drink, or if you need something that requires waiting.

By thinking ahead and doing a little strategic scheduling, you’ll be able to have a more enjoyable time at Derby.

Bet early
Do not waste time thinking about which horse to pick. Do not change your mind. Go with what your mother said at the time.

The gamble is very stressful, and if you are the first person, you may be nervous about it.

However, as mentioned earlier: Derby is crowded. Do not increase your nerves by delaying your bet. Immediately upon arrival, queue up to place your bet.

Bet at all!
The gamble does not have to be frightening. It’s commonplace in Kentucky Derby, so get into it!

Some important things to keep in mind:

The minimum bet is $ 2.00.
Step into the window, let’s say the number of your race and the amount of dollars you want to bet.
Declare the type of stakes and the number of the horse.
If you earn more than one bet, do another schpiel for each.

Drink
This is Kentucky Derby – you have many reasons to celebrate!

Mint juleps is the beverage of choice in Kentucky Derby, and whether you win or not, you will be able to partake of iconic history.

However, remember that you are at a relatively formal event at least, and the most high class.

Be sure to limit yourself so you do not make a fuss. What could be more embarrassing?

Conclusion
Kentucky Derby can be a great experience for everyone involved, whether you bet, ride in the air, or enjoy one of those special mint mints.

Just like any event, there is a protocol you need to follow how to do it yourself. In addition, following these tips will help you enjoy a relaxing and relaxing time at all times watching the race.

Why Blogging is Important to Marketing Your Home Trading Circle


Blogging is important because of several reasons. First, blogs let you build relationships with your prospects more easily than calling. The prospect of a cool call is not the best way to foster commerce. The reason why the cool call is not good is because the prospect does not recognize you. In addition, the prospects do not want to be bothered by phone calls, especially during dinner. A blog gives you the prospect of reading about you and your work, then deciding if they want to work with you or not. If the customer would know more about you, they lowered their bodyguards. The more blogs you have, the more learning prospects. The more they learn, the more likely they will join you.

The second reason why blogs are important is because blogs prove you as a powerful party. When people make the decision to start a home business, they want to start with someone who knows how to do this business. Most new beginners do not want to call for leads and prospects at shopping centers. In addition, prospects do not want to call friends and family. With blogging, you may offer alternative solutions to help business associates recruit workers instead of using old school tactics.

The third reason why blogging is so important to a home-based business is because it helps you to generate prospects faster and easier. Instead of chasing prospects to accompany your MLM, why is not there a prospect of chasing you? If you had a steady flow, you put your position for a better glory.

The fourth reason why blogging is so important to your chain marketing business is that blogs will market your profile more impressively. The more your market, the more exposure you will receive. Marketing is very important for your business. Remember, you are in circuit marketing. Do 95% of home business owners do market their opportunities. As a result, prospects ignore the net worker relationships unknown to the unknown.

In conclusion, having a blog is a must for your home based marketing business. Instead of putting yourself as a leader, you will increase your registration and sales.

Baggage in the middle of urban drama

Baggage in the middle of urban drama

The international luggage brand, the new Samsonite showroom in Amsterdam by the i29 interior architect is an intriguing take on the brand’s spatial identity …
Space is a new, recognizable and consistent urban reflection, the natural habitat of a suitcase or bag. Instantly inspiring and attracting diverse social groups and customer ages, the use of ancient symbols intuitively refers to travel and movement. Dynamic spaces resonate with young and fashionable to mature and classical, because effective universal brand communication is ingrained in global collective memory. Baggage in the middle of urban drama

Bold color schemes and black and white graphics communicate strongly, adding the essence of drama and intrigue, though not following a single style. Monochrome also offers a suitable base for any color or material of the products on display.

Angled graphical patterns and objects placed across the diagonal offer a strong sense of direction, as they maintain a dramatic language. Light rails, central floor units and perimeter units, all in a diagonal layout make the room look rotating and offer a touch to the eye. Customers can experience walking through explosive crossings, while multiple viewpoints and contrasting visuals provide surprise and excitement. Customers can explore Samsonite’s premium product line from Polypropylene luggage along an attractive curved wall, featuring multiple facets, when viewed from a variety of positions. Alternatively, one can walk through a series of open and closed display units, offering a dynamic view. Each structure represents the Samsonite sub-brand, each with its own presentation, but is part of the whole.

In addition, customers can discuss and negotiate in a sleek glass conference room, with minimal and elegant furniture that fits the store’s design philosophy. Baggage in the middle of urban drama

With a natural urban habitat for suitcases, bags and travel products, and a truly unique experience for customers

Sax LLP Announces Cybersecurity Update For September 20th

Sax LLP Announces Cybersecurity Update For September 20th

 

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Sax LLP, a prestigious accounting, tax, and advisory firm based in Clifton, NJ, has recently announced that it will be providing an update on cybersecurity. Sax LLP stated that the update will take place at 8:00 a.m. on September 20th, ending at 10:30 a.m. The company stated that the briefing will be held at the Sax office, which is located at 855 Valley Rd., Floor 3, Clifton, NJ, 07013.

 

Sax LLP went on to state that the cybersecurity update is being held in response to recent cyber-attacks and threats across the United States which have received significant news coverage lately. Sax LLP stated that its goal is to help people prepare for and prevent cyber-attacks. Sax LLP stated that attendees will gain valuable insights on a variety of topics, from understanding their organization’s existing security posture and how it is exposed, to best practices to protect their organization and the newer solutions that can help.

Sax LLP further clarified its announcement by stating that the update will examine the current state of cybersecurity, discussing such issues as threats (the many types of “wares”, and where vulnerabilities lie), identifying phishing and vishing attempts, how to mitigate security breaches, Defense in Depth, also called The Castle Approach (how security is layered) and what to do if software is compromised.

Sax LLP stated that the session will be conducted by its Chief Technology Officer, Matthew Hahn. The company went on to state that Mr. Hahn has over 26 years of IT experience, and is an expert on cybersecurity. Sax LLP also stated that Mr. Hahn has made several keynote addresses in the New York metro area, and has been published in several journals.

Sax LLP closed its announcement by providing some company information. Sax LLP stated that they are a multi-disciplinary accounting, tax, and advisory firm with offices in New Jersey and New York City. Company reviews can be seen at

Dare to Dream of a White Christmas in Courchevel

Dare to Dream of a White Christmas in Courchevel

Imagine waking up to a scene of snowy mountains and pine trees capped with a fresh dusting of snow on Christmas morning. Well, if you book a ski holiday to Courchevel for the festive period, this is exactly what you and your kids can expect!
In addition to enjoying a perfect winter wonderland, you and your family will be able to enjoy many festive activities in the resort, ranging from fantastic French-cooked Christmas dinners to a torch-lit descent for the kids to enjoy when the sun goes down.

 

The best part is that all of this couldn’t be easier to reach from the UK, as there are regular flights to Geneva from most UK airports, as well as excellent transport links from Geneva to Courchevel.

Courchevel for Families

While the exclusive Courchevel resort of 1850 is a perfect destination for many couples and ski enthusiasts, families with young children may prefer the lower resorts of 1550 and 1650, which are smaller and have a more family-friendly and intimate feel.

All of the resorts have their own children’s ski schools (I highly recommend learning with the French ESF – let them know that your children are English, and they will put them in an English-speaking class). What’s more, there are nursery runs, snow playgrounds and beginner slopes in each of the resorts.

When you venture away from the slopes, you’ll find that there is as much to do off as on the snow. For example, why not take the family ice skating, bowling or to the cinema?

What to Expect During the Festive Season

As you make your way from Geneva to Courchevel, you’ll feel the excitement of your children growing when you drive into the heart of a Narnia-esque landscape of snowy mountains and pine forests.

When you reach the resort, you’ll discover that the French embrace the magic of the festive season just as much as we do back home. The high streets in all of the resorts sparkle with Christmas lights, giving the entire area a truly magical feel.

Festive treats are likely to include carols and fireworks, traditional markets, a parade, tons of hot chocolate and live music events, as well as traditional Christmas meals in its many restaurants.

Highlights for 2017 include a torch-lit descent that’s led by ESF instructors and that features Santa as a special guest, as well as a special Boxing Day luge event.

Lastly, don’t forget that you’ll also be able to ski on Christmas Day. All of the resort’s lifts and pistes are open all day. Who knows – you might even discover Santa practicing his carving turns!

How to Get There

The resort is served by four airports during the ski season: Chambery, Lyon, Grenoble and Geneva. For the most regular and stress-free connection, choose a flight to Geneva with providers such as easyJet, British Airways, Swiss International or Air France.

For a completely hassle-free way of getting your family from the airport to your resort, simply book an airport transfer with Shuttle Direct before you leave home.

Let us know how many of you will be travelling, how many child seats you will need, and what ski equipment you will be carrying, and we’ll meet you at the airport with the perfect transport for you and your family.

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Empower Network Review


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Cruising the Canal de Briare: a Barger’s Delight

Cruising the Canal de Briare: a Barger’s Delight

The picturesque Canal de Briare, which connects the valleys of the Seine and the Loire, is notable for a number of reasons apart from the delightful scenery through which it wends its way. A popular route for both private and commercial cruising vessels, the canal is renowned as one of the loveliest places for a barge holiday in France as well as being a highly impressive feat of engineering.
A Pioneering History

 

The canal is one of the country’s oldest manmade waterways, built between 1602 and 1642 under the patronage of Henry IV. When first constructed, it linked directly into the Loire at Montargis, but later in the nineteenth century the building of the famous Briare Aqueduct created a bypass to La Cognardière, 2.6km away. Despite its name, the aqueduct actually forms part of the Canal latéral à la Loire.

An Engineering Triumph

The canal was also the first to be constructed at summit level using “pound locks”, which feature a chamber with gates at either end to control the height of the water within. (Before then locks were created with a single gate.) A summit level canal first rises and then falls along its course, and in the case of the 57km Canal de Briare, it rises through 12 locks before falling through another 24 on an 85m descent.

During construction a number of artificial lakes were created in order to feed water into the locks. At the most precipitous location, Rogny, it was necessary to build what was in effect a “staircase” of seven locks in order to navigate the fall of the canal. While it was without a doubt an outstanding feat of engineering, the design caused huge hold-ups as each vessel had to navigate all seven locks before the next was able to pass through. In the end the staircase of locks was abandoned and the canal re-routed to bypass them, but the town was later renamed Rogny-les-Sept-Ecluses in their honour.

Attractions en Route

Along with the locks at Rogny-les-Sept-Ecluses, the many other attractions along the course of the canal make it a popular route for the itinerary of a barge holiday in France. In Montargis, one of the most renowned local businesses to have put this pretty town on the map is the Mazet Praline Shop. The confectioner still makes its praline treats to the recipe of founder, Leon Mazet, who opened the shop in 1903. As well as a range of chocolates and other delicacies, the shop is famous for its signature caramelised almond, the Prasline Mazet de Montargis.

Situated in the commune of Saint-Fargeau, the magnificent seventeenth-century Renaissance-style Château de Saint Fargeau is the cultural centrepiece of the region, with its chequered history dating back some one thousand years. Its present distinctive pentagonal construction surrounded by six imposing towers is built on top of an original fortress commissioned by Héribert, son of King Hugh Capet. Even though it is privately owned, many parts of the castle are open for public visitation.

From Ancient Trade to Modern Leisure

For many centuries the Canal de Briare existed as an important channel to transport coal, wood, wine and other supplies from the Loire Valley to Paris. Today, this beautiful waterway serves as one of the most appealing locations to explore on a barge holiday in France.

Paul Newman is the Marketing and E-Systems Executive for European Waterways, the UK’s most respected provider for those looking for an all-inclusive, luxury barge holiday in France or other great destinations in Europe. 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.

Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands

Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands

For avid nature lovers, a small group wildlife cruise in Galapagos affords a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to encounter a wide range of unique animals, including a host of fascinating reptiles.
The local habitat is extremely favourable for reptiles and the original arrivals were more than likely washed up on the shores attached to driftwood or vegetation that came from mainland South America. Because they can subsist on very little water, many more of them would have survived the journey than their mammal compatriots. Over the ensuing millennia, they evolved to adapt to their habitat in many ways – so much so that they are virtually unrecognisable from their ancient ancestors.

 

The Giant Tortoise

Needing little introduction, Giant Tortoises are probably the most sought-after sighting for visitors on a wildlife cruise in Galapagos. While they have no natural predators and were free to live extended lives and evolve to their massive proportions, at one stage human intervention (from pirates and whalers) decimated their numbers. Today, however, they can be observed in their natural habitat (predominantly in the cool, lush highlands of Santa Cruz), and also in the breeding stations on Santa Cruz, Isabela and San Cristobal. True to their name they can grow to weigh up to 250kg.

The Marine Iguana

These remarkably adapted animals are the only sea-going lizard in the world. Their ability to dive for food to depths of 15m sets them apart as a unique endemic species. They’re able to regulate their own body temperature and are quite often seen sunning themselves on the rocky shoreline in order to bring their temperature back to normal after oceanic dives. They can be found throughout the coastal habitat of the archipelago and, like the majority of the wildlife here, are not concerned by the presence of humans.

The Land Iguana

Land Iguanas are larger than their marine counterparts and are not seen as prolifically. They tend to be quite solitary in nature and prefer to forage alone for their food source (vegetation) in a grassy scrubland habitat. Their preferred delicacy is spiky cactus plants, which the hardened, coarse skin around their mouth allows them to devour, spines and all. A new Pink Iguana has recently been discovered on the volcanic slopes of Isabela, although due to the nature of their very small population it’s not possible for visitors to see them.

The Lava Lizard

Lava Lizards can be seen scurrying around everywhere, seemingly always in a hurry to be somewhere else. They subsist on a diet of small insects and grow anywhere up to 30cm in length. The seven endemic sub-species of the lizard all have unique adapted characteristics, depending on where they’re found. Experienced naturalists can tell at a glance from which island they come.

Reptiles Unique to the Region

Some of the other reptiles that might be seen are any of the nine species of geckos and the four sub-species of small, harmless snakes. Most of the reptiles of the region are now considered endemic, which means that those who explore these fascinating islands on a wildlife cruise in Galapagos will see animals that cannot be found anywhere else on the planet.

A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Winter sports fanatics can quickly become exhausted with the normal activities on offer. For those who crave a call that is really exciting and close to nature, leave skiing in this winter chalet. Walking on the ice and the thrill of every crunch under your feet on the glacier should be the next winter adventure. Glued to the screen at the end of your seat, you have watched a documentary about people climbing the ice, so now is the time to bring the sensation to yourself: try climbing the glacier for a unique experience that has additional benefits. takes place amid some of nature’s most beautiful natural sites. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!
Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

The world-famous glacier is only accessible by helicopter, so all the ducks lined up to visit here to be one of the most amazing trips to mark your bucket travel list. Thisglacier continues to move, so the surging streams and floods and falling ice and rock slides are not uncommon. Be sure to check accessibility before you make your way there. But once you’re out there on the ice surrounded by a network of ice niches, blue ice and ice caves, you’ll be burdened by your own sincere feelings in the face of this big and powerful glacier. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Chadar Trek, Ladakh, India

This lifelong Indian adventure is a challenge for those who like their difficult treks. The 100km-long 9-12 day journey has a ‘tough’ rating and not for a weak person. You will walk on the frozen Zanskar River, and may even be able to see the icy cold water pouring beneath the ice-frosted layer like the glass where you stand. This is truly an unending adventure: you will be camping in caves along the way and carrying all your own gear. It really is a baptism of fire (or ice!).

Maligne Canyon Icewalk, Canada

If you’d rather have more ice decomposing than plunging into Chadar Trek, then this two hour icewalk complies with the doctor’s orders. High-quality equipment including necessary boots and ice is offered on-site, so you are free to explore frozen waterfalls, towering ice pillars and underground caves in Maligne Canyon Icewalk safely.

Glacier gray, china

Chilean patagonia is bound to make this list, and Gray Glacier is often regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. The glacier itself and surrounding area is very beautiful. There are a number of hiking routes with varying degrees of difficulty leading to the glacier, with some very challenging treks offered for the toughest explorer out there! Strong winds, freezing temperatures and terrain that try to beat you before you even make it to the ice run, but still survive. The mesmerizingly beautiful landscape at the end is more than worth it. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

Insurance against Use and Tears …

If you have your sights on ice hiking at this destination or elsewhere, you will need winter travel insurance. While the most common policies can be expensive and limiting, there are renowned winter holiday insurance providers such as Let’s Go Insure that offer affordable rates for ice trekking and related activities. With the right insurance rates, even the most famous powdered dog and sensual seeker hunter can go through their own winter wonderland scenario with peace of mind. A Wild Walker Winter Come True Dream!

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 winter sports insurance Let’s Go works with the most experienced underwriters, intermediaries and insurers to offer competitive insurance without sacrificing protection.

Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts

Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts

Whether you are a new couple on your first vacation together or relive the seasonal flame romance, there is no better choice for a romantic getaway than a winter ski holiday. Beautiful mountain views, fine dining opportunities and the flexibility of self-catering or catered ski huts provide the perfect environment to relax and unwind together. Let’s look deeply at some of the most romantic resorts in the world. Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts
Kitzbühel, Austria

While it may be famous for Hahnenkamm, – one of the most grueling and dangerous races on the World Cup circuit – Kitzbühel also has a softer side. As a well established community, and not just a commercial resort, this medieval town is full of Tirolean charm. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the pedestrian downtown, where the brightly painted buildings are lined with towering church towers. Go into one of the cozy restaurants for Glühwein, and your romantic trip will be over.

Cormayeur, Italy

On the Italian side of Mont Blanc, this traditional Italian village is bustling with activity. Via Roma in the center of the village is lined with shops, restaurants and bars. Eating and partying are some of the main attractions in Cormayeur – in fact, many Italians come here for that purpose alone. For others, this means a calm and quiet slope to enjoy.

And, if you’re looking for something a little different, what could be more romantic than seeing Mont Blanc with a cable car? Skyway Monte Bianco takes you to the highest peak peak in Europe, from which you will get the most beautiful views of the Alps.

Champéry, Switzerland

This rustic village wooden chalets can be directly out of The Sound of Music. While the village itself may be small, it is linked to twelve resorts in the intertwined Portes du Soleil area, so you will not lose access to the slopes.

One of the most dramatic features of Champéry is the horizon. Wherever you are in the village, you will look up to see the rocky peak of Dents du Midi. With a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, you will be greeted by the locals like an old friend. This is a beautiful sight for a romantic getaway for two people.

Chamonix, France

Last but not least is the resort of Chamonix. Probably the most romantic ski destination in Europe, Chamonix offers an activity to captivate every couple. The panoramic view of Mont Blanc set the scene for a truly romantic atmosphere.

For anyone who enjoys good food, a remote 250 years old farmhouse, Les Vieilles Luges is the perfect destination for a starry dining experience. Soak up the atmosphere of real wooden beams and wood fireplaces, taste some delicious alpine dishes and really reconnect with your partner. If you are looking for a short break from the slopes, dog sledding is an ideal pairing activity. Either sit on the sled and enjoy the ride, or impress your lover by trying your hand to lead the pack!

After a day of adventurous action, why not relax in one of Chamonix’s ski huts? Alternatively, you can relax in the ice cave, sweat in the sauna or enjoy one of the many luxurious couple treatments on offer.

And voila: this resort will surely lure you and your special someone. From embracing in your catered ski chalet to exploring snowy snowy environments, you are in a holiday that will revolutionize your definition of romance.

Belinda Smythson works for Ski Amis, a specialist ski travel agency and booking service that has helped avid skiers in their perfect winter break for more than a quarter of a century. If you are looking for the best catering accommodation in Three Valleys, Paradiski, Espace Killy or Chamonix Valley, Ski Amis is a go-to company for winter sports enthusiasts looking for a lifelong holiday. Starry-Eyed Ski: Relive Romance in Resorts