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Doorways, Ltd., has been renting vacation villas and apartments in Europe since 1994, when president and founder Kit Burns launched the company's Italian division from the living room of her Bryn Mawr home. Since that day, Doorways has expanded its services to include rentals in France, Spain and a few top villas in London and the Caribbean as well. Our staff, too, has grown — and we have moved to a more spacious office— just down the street from the original. But Doorways' most essential and definitive characteristic remains unchanged: our staff is still committed to offering a uniquely personal touch in helping you plan your ideal independent travel vacation. We are proud of this commitment to first-rate personal service and believe it sets us apart, among rental agents.
Doorways caters first and foremost to travelers who are thrilled by the prospect of "living as the locals do" in a delightful European locale — enjoying the novelties of a foreign climate and culture while making independent choices on a day-to-day basis about where to go and what to see or do. This is the essence of the "independent travel" tradition, also referred to as the "self-catering" vacation. (For travelers seeking full-service accommodations, including housekeeping and chef services, Doorways offers a number of very special serviced properties; please inform us of this preference when you first contact us.) Years of experience have shown us that the most precious service anyone can offer the independent traveler is information — information about every aspect of the travel and rental experience, including the minute details of what to expect at the villa, the train station, the museum, or car rental office. We also tell you what to look forward to: the breathtaking botanical garden, tucked away and overlooked behind a crumbling wall, or that amazing gelato shop just around the corner.
Aston Villa lost to the Baggies last weekend. And this weekend they've got the resurgent Manchester United, who they'll have to face without Ashley Westwood, Tom Cleverley, Kieran Richardson (yay) and heavens knows probably someone else. So, yeah, we'll talk about that.
But let's look at some other stuff too. Namely, it's only two weeks until the January transfer window opens. With injuries seemingly never going away, what can Aston Villa do to make themselves better on what will likely be a limited budget? Will making Cleverley permanent be a thing that the club do, and if so, will it be the only thing? Is there any chance of a Fabian Delph for Mousa Dembele swap with Spurs?
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Villa J Powell has been inspiring, motivating, and empowering people for the last 25 years. She is the C.E.O. of Powell Opulence Group, and Speaking Opulence. Additionally she has served as Executive Director of several Non-Profit Organizations, Senior Pastor of Bethel A.M.E. Church, and an Associate Professor at Arizona Western College and West Angeles Bible College.
Her goal as an inspirational speaker and author is to be an agent of transformation. Her book: Thirty Day Journey Toward Transformation is a daily resource and guide to assist you on your journey of self development and spiritual evolution. As an inspirational speaker, Villa is available to share her gifts, talents, and message in Sacred, Corporate, and public settings. She is comfortable working one on one, with small groups, and with huge groups
After living in Massachusetts, and the Southwestern United States, Villa returned to sunny Southern California. She is a “California Girl” and resides in the beautiful city of Inglewood with her husband Darvell.
Whether she is inspiring, motivating, preaching, or teaching; Villa comes from a place of gratitude, and a connection with the Divine. From this place she is able to allow her gifts and talents to flow and be a blessing.
It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to my Super Sistah Guest tonight.. Ms. Villa Powell coming to you all the way from sunny California.
We've got two things on our plates today, and both involve midlands rivals. We start by talking about last weekend's win over Leicester City. What about that tackle on Westwood? Wasn't it great that Ciaran Clark is amazing? Alan Hutton too? And are Leicester our new least favorite team?
Of course they aren't, because then we turn our attention to West Bromwich Albion, or as I prefer to think of them: Wet Sandwich Albatross. We preview this weekend's derby match where it will be decided, once and for all, which team reallyis the pride of the midlands.
As always, you can listen here, or feel free to subscribe to the audio via any podcasting service you can think of.
The Holtecast, like football after the international break, is back! And, like football after the international break, we're battered. Battered down by watching Villa play seven matches since September 13 and not grab a win in any of them. But that doesn't mean that we've given up hope entirely! No thanks to circumstances, of course.
This week we dive into everything that has happened since our last episode. And given that it was a break, there's a surprising amount to cover. Ron Vlaar got injured, Villa got connected to his replacement, and lots of meaningless international football went on. But we spend the bulk of today looking ahead to Monday's match against Southampton. How can Aston Villa's anemic offense unlock the Premier League's best defense? Can it be done?
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Jack and Robert are back, and so, too, are Aston Villa. After an international break that saw plenty of players out on duty (and one injured) the club are ready to take on Everton at Goodison Park this weekend.
And after three straight goalless losses, it sure would be nice to see Villa get SOMETHING from this matchup. The good news, of course, is that Christian Benteke is back, and he should help add some potency to what has been an absolutely anemic attack.
So we've got coverage of all this and more on today's Holtecast! Remember, you can subscribe on YouTube, or to our audio-only feed at iTunes, Stitcher, BlogTalk Radio, or anywhere else you get podcasts. Thanks, as always, for listening!
How often do you say Someday I will go...? Or do you have a Bucket List of places you would like to visit? Do you have both someday and bucket lists vacations? Why should we even care about them? On today's show we talk about the someday and bucket list vacations and what we can do to make them happen.
Hawaii, one of the United States of America, a very culturally rich destination, and one of the prettiest places on Earth. Hawaii is on everyone's bucket list and we have the inside track from someone who lives and works there. Stephanie Barksdale of Oahu Concierge is going to give us the scoop on what to do and where to go. Stephanie lives in Oahu and owns Oahu Concierge a service to help you plan your stay in Hawaii.
We'll discuss popular activities, hotels, and of course holidays in the Hawaiian islands.
We'll also giveaway two more tickets to the Mayan Riviera in Mexico for the caller that can call in and aswer the question of the day.
Travel News, we've got highlights on Funjet Vacations, Southwest Airlines, and the new Hyatt in Jamaica, and the Soul Beach Music Festival in Aruba.. Plus I will highlight a new local winery I just recently discovered Austin Custom Winery.
Listen for a surprise from Peeks Cruises & Tours.
We are also trying to help Texas Women in Business with their diaper collection for families in need.
Travel Trends, Shellda's Fun Facts, travel specials, and other great conversations about travel.
Alright, losing 3-0 to Arsenal is fine. Doing the same to Chelsea? Acceptable. A 2-0 loss that was competitive for 82 minutes to Manchester City was even, dare we say it, encouraging. But 3-0 to Everton? A team that had allowed more goals than any other in the Premier League? Well, that's just infuriating.
And it doesn't help that Aston Villa played terribly to boot.
Jack and Robert are back to dissect yet another loss. Four in a row in a stretch that we knew was capable of producing exactly that kind of run. And in fact, that's the only thing keeping most Villa fans sane right now. Lose 3-0 to QPR on Monday, though, and you can bet we all lose that tenuous grasp.
Last night I pushed back the hinderances away from peoples lives and saw many things- new lives for people. God is blessing people with rest and a way to enjoy the rest. Rest is the key to many peoples lives next year. People will receive things into their lives they never had before.
Vacations, summer homes and van's for ministries will be seen in the up coming year. Trips that will surprise us all will be given.
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Auto Dealer Live is a weekly radio show that broadcasts nation wide for the automotive industry. We bring together the most up to date news, information, controversy and methods being used around the country to progress the industry.
Co Hosts David Villa, CEO of IPD, and David Cribbs, Lead Trainer of Auto Dealer University, have a combined 45 years working in the Automotive Industry. The Automotive industry is one of their biggest passions in life. They strive to continue pushing it forward.
Auto Dealer Live is not a run of the mill show. We bring content, people and information others aren’t. We were first to get Edmunds on the phone and sales people on the phone when the edmunds commercials came out and brought a lot of anger with it. We held a full blown BDC debate between Industry greats Sean V Bradley and Alan Ram. We bring big names guests in the industry such as: Grant Cardone, Jim Ziglier, Tom Hopkins, Alan Ram, Danny Benites, Amanda & Erin Ryan, Laura Madison, Corey Mosley, Kate Frost and many others.
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Tune in each Thursday at 3:30 PM (EST) to hear us live.