Visiting the Numismatic Museum of Athens (Greek / English Subtitles)

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RedCoach buses set to expand its service in Jacksonville

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An Orlando based luxury bus company named RedCoach, recently, blew up its routes to bring in Jacksonville and Tallahassee. It is shifted its stop from airport to more centrally placed 1003 Kings Ave. This expansion is part of the strategy to develop its business in Florida, as per a press release. There have been more requirements for travel across North Florida region.
The company, in October, would provide roundtrip tickets from Jacksonville to Orlando for a beginning price of US$ 20, as well as fares from Tallahassee to Jacksonville which begin at US$ 30.
In a press release, RedCoach’s chief of operations in the United States Florencia Cirigliano, told that considering all the business activity and universities in the area, people of Florida need more connections to Jacksonville. The response to their expanded service has been more than positive as of now, as more people become familiar with RedCoach’s superior, luxurious style of motorcoach travel.
As part of the luxury appeal, the new buses have twenty seven leather seats, complimentary outlets and Wi-Fi for passengers.
Meanwhile, top fashion specialty retailer Nordstrom started their doors to their 1st shop in the Northeast Florida, at St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville. The 2 level, 124000 square foot shop features the newest interior as well as exterior design concepts, an enhanced beauty experience and a full service restaurant.
The manager of Nordstrom St. Johns Town Center Brandy Jefferson told that they are thrilled to start their 1st full line shop at such an outstanding mall as St. Johns Town Center. Their squad is more than excited to begin serving customers in Jacksonville and they expect to offer them an outstanding experience when they start shopping with them today.

An Orlando based luxury bus company named RedCoach, recently, blew up its routes to bring in Jacksonville and Tallahassee. It is shifted its stop from airport to more centrally placed 1003 Kings Ave. This expansion is part of the strategy to develop its business in Florida, as per a press release. There have been more requirements for travel across North Florida region.

The company, in October, would provide roundtrip tickets from Jacksonville to Orlando for a beginning price of US$ 20, as well as fares from Tallahassee to Jacksonville which begin at US$ 30.

In a press release, RedCoach’s chief of operations in the United States Florencia Cirigliano, told that considering all the business activity and universities in the area, people of Florida need more connections to Jacksonville. The response to their expanded service has been more than positive as of now, as more people become familiar with RedCoach’s superior, luxurious style of motorcoach travel.

As part of the luxury appeal, the new buses have twenty seven leather seats, complimentary outlets and Wi-Fi for passengers.

Meanwhile, top fashion specialty retailer Nordstrom started their doors to their 1st shop in the Northeast Florida, at St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville. The 2 level, 124000 square foot shop features the newest interior as well as exterior design concepts, an enhanced beauty experience and a full service restaurant.

The manager of Nordstrom St. Johns Town Center Brandy Jefferson told that they are thrilled to start their 1st full line shop at such an outstanding mall as St. Johns Town Center. Their squad is more than excited to begin serving customers in Jacksonville and they expect to offer them an outstanding experience when they start shopping with them today.

Hotels in Athens

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Concerts in the Park all set to hit Sunday in Athens

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The Memorial Park is all set to arrange the first in a designed series of Concerts in the Park on Sunday from 3 pm to 6 pm. The music artists are scheduled to perform include Natalie Gelman, Caroline Aiken and Ike Stubblefield.
The show is open to all and there is no admission fee. Still donations are encouraged. All the donations would serve local non-profits Guitars Not Guns and Nugis Space. There would be concessions available for purchase.
This gig is scheduled to happen in shine or rain. Patrons are asked to bring blankets and camping chairs as seating would be fixed under the trees on grassy hillside nearby the lake. Future gigs are being designed for the park series. A holiday gig is tentatively fixed for Memorial Parks Quinn Hall in the middle of December.
Now in its 4th year, Athens Farmers Market’s Autumn Harvest Feast brings rooters of sustainable food unitedly in an beautiful locale, The Epting family’s The Hill complex in the north of Athens  to dine on locally developed fare made by brightest culinary stars in Athens.
Chefs such as Whitney Otawka of Cinco y Diez, Jason Zygmont of Five and Ten, Janice Witcher of Harry’s BBQ and Lindsey Payne of Lindsey’s Culinary Market are among over 2 dozen bars, restaurants, beer and wine distributors that offer their creations and talents to fill out a plein air distributed on 5th October, this coming Sunday, from 4 pm to 7 pm, at the Hill, 1800 Crescent Ln.

The Memorial Park is all set to arrange the first in a designed series of Concerts in the Park on Sunday from 3 pm to 6 pm. The music artists are scheduled to perform include Natalie Gelman, Caroline Aiken and Ike Stubblefield.

The show is open to all and there is no admission fee. Still donations are encouraged. All the donations would serve local non-profits Guitars Not Guns and Nugis Space. There would be concessions available for purchase.

This gig is scheduled to happen in shine or rain. Patrons are asked to bring blankets and camping chairs as seating would be fixed under the trees on grassy hillside nearby the lake. Future gigs are being designed for the park series. A holiday gig is tentatively fixed for Memorial Parks Quinn Hall in the middle of December.

Now in its 4th year, Athens Farmers Market’s Autumn Harvest Feast brings rooters of sustainable food unitedly in an beautiful locale, The Epting family’s The Hill complex in the north of Athens  to dine on locally developed fare made by brightest culinary stars in Athens.

Chefs such as Whitney Otawka of Cinco y Diez, Jason Zygmont of Five and Ten, Janice Witcher of Harry’s BBQ and Lindsey Payne of Lindsey’s Culinary Market are among over 2 dozen bars, restaurants, beer and wine distributors that offer their creations and talents to fill out a plein air distributed on 5th October, this coming Sunday, from 4 pm to 7 pm, at the Hill, 1800 Crescent Ln.

The Ocean – The Wish In Dreams (Pelagial World Tour Athens, Gagarin 205 25/11/2013)

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Public transport gets cheaper in Athens

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Commuters would pay twenty cents less for tickets letting them to use all types of public transportation as of Monday in Athens, though they would be valid for seventy minutes rather than ninety as was the case earlier.
The brand new ticket, priced at just 1.20 Euros, let people to use the Athens fixed-track network, trolley buses and buses for a time of seventy minutes. The old 1.40 euro tickets would stay valid through Marchs end.
Existing 1 year passes for trolley buses, the tram and buses priced at two hundred Euros, would be valid till the date of termination, while people would also have the option of elevating them to include all types of transport. Holders of four hundred and fifty euro passes that let for travel on all types for a year would also be able to retain using them till their expiration.
The decrease in the ticket price is part of the ongoing overhaul of public transportation system that was introduced by Athens Urban Transport Organization, therefore, named Transport for Athens. The whole plan is to improve transport network of the capital also includes alterations to bus routes so that they offer more links to metro as well as ISAP electric railway stations and the inauguration of new paths in places which receive irregular services.
The police department of Athens Clarke County is mustering in the serve of all citizens to keep the school children and crossing guards of the community safe.

Commuters would pay twenty cents less for tickets letting them to use all types of public transportation as of Monday in Athens, though they would be valid for seventy minutes rather than ninety as was the case earlier.

The brand new ticket, priced at just 1.20 Euros, let people to use the Athens fixed-track network, trolley buses and buses for a time of seventy minutes. The old 1.40 euro tickets would stay valid through Marchs end.

Existing 1 year passes for trolley buses, the tram and buses priced at two hundred Euros, would be valid till the date of termination, while people would also have the option of elevating them to include all types of transport. Holders of four hundred and fifty euro passes that let for travel on all types for a year would also be able to retain using them till their expiration.

The decrease in the ticket price is part of the ongoing overhaul of public transportation system that was introduced by Athens Urban Transport Organization, therefore, named Transport for Athens. The whole plan is to improve transport network of the capital also includes alterations to bus routes so that they offer more links to metro as well as ISAP electric railway stations and the inauguration of new paths in places which receive irregular services.

The police department of Athens Clarke County is mustering in the serve of all citizens to keep the school children and crossing guards of the community safe.

Totalily Water Garden Tour, Athens, PA

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Watsky Wax hug-a-hater tour Athens GA live FT. Danny “Sky High” McClain

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Albania clears the first hurdle to its European Union membership

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On Tuesday, Albania passed the 1st hurdle on its way to European Union membership, with EU allowing candidate status on its 4th attempt. Albania could not win the coveted status 3 times earlier that they are trying to get since 2009. In a Twitter post, Stefan Fule, the European Union Enlargement Commissioner, said that the decision represented a real acknowledgement of reform efforts by Albania.
This decision is the 1st major hurdle to be EU member, a bloc of half a billion people which forms the biggest economy in the world. The decision was agreed on by the 28 countries’ foreign ministers at their Luxembourg meeting and it is subject to promotional statement by European Council earlier on Friday.
Still, the candidate status does not automatically guide to the membership. For that, Albania would have to meet several requirements in dealing with corruption and crime, and bringing their administration and judiciary to European standards that might take few years.
In a statement, European Commission, the EU executive, said that for Albania, today’s decision should translate into a strengthened endorsement of its reform agenda. Present Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has pledged to push for European Union membership. Following a phone conversation with Fule, he told in a Twitter post to plain sailing “proud that we all together did it. Thanks and gratitude to all of you.” Later, in a news conference, the prime minister stated that the EU membership negotiations would be more intensive, the road is more difficult and the challenge becomes bigger.

On Tuesday, Albania passed the 1st hurdle on its way to European Union membership, with EU allowing candidate status on its 4th attempt, with the backing of Stefan Fule who runs a Yacht Charter Craobh sailing company. Albania could not win the coveted status 3 times earlier that they are trying to get since 2009. In a Twitter post, Stefan Fule, the European Union Enlargement Commissioner, said that the decision represented a real acknowledgement of reform efforts by Albania.

This decision is the 1st major hurdle to be EU member, a bloc of half a billion people which forms the biggest economy in the world. The decision was agreed on by the 28 countries’ foreign ministers at their Luxembourg meeting and it is subject to promotional statement by European Council earlier on Friday.

Still, the candidate status does not automatically guide to the membership. For that, Albania would have to meet several requirements in dealing with corruption and crime, and bringing their administration and judiciary to European standards that might take few years.

In a statement, European Commission, the EU executive, said that for Albania, today’s decision should translate into a strengthened endorsement of its reform agenda. Present Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has pledged to push for European Union membership. Following a phone conversation with Fule, he told in a Twitter post: “proud that we all together did it. Thanks and gratitude to all of you.” Later, in a news conference, the prime minister stated that the EU membership negotiations would be more intensive, the road is more difficult and the challenge becomes bigger.