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This week Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from the World Travel and Tourism Council Global Summit in Madrid, Spain. The 15th annual WTTC Global Summit once again unites travel and tourism leaders from around the world, bringing together top representatives from the public and private sectors.
Joining at the annual conference is Roger Dow, CEO of the US Travel Association. He’ll be discussing the Open Skies Agreement and how rising tides will lift all ships when it comes to growth in the airline industry. Then Geoffrey Kent, CEO of Abercrombie & Kent, gives us insight into his brand of luxury experiences, and Mark Dunkerly, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, talks about why leisure travel is on track for fast growth in 2016. There’s all of this and more from the WTTC Global Summit in Madrid, Spain.
Blessings in this Holy Week we are walking in and creating. We'll take a peak at Spain as our part of the planet this week. Then honor the impact of the High School Robotics teams in our country. How are they supporting LivingEden on the planet?
One of the most important cultural, architectural and historical monuments in Spain is Valencia Cathedral, situated in the centre of the Old Town, near Plaza de la Reina. Masterpieces of the greatest Italian and Spanish artists, such as Niccolo Fiorentino, Vincente Juan Masip, Francixco Goya, José de Ribera and others, are exhibited in the museum of the Cathedral. But the most interesting thing in Valencia Cathedral is a key item of Passion of Christ — The Holy Grail. According to legend that is the very vessel Christ used during the Last Supper. This sacred object is recognized by Vatican.
I invite you to have www.airpano.com on your computer and bring up Valencia, Spain 360 degree pictures. Picture # 8 is the Cathedral. You can hear some music, words, voice here. Pause and let yourself feel the energy of the city, of the cathedral. See, even touch the pictures.
Upcoming will be an interview with Stacy Goforth and Valinda Salva updating you with their amazing journey supporting you with fiery, sparkly, empowered energy jewelry. Please send in quesitons for them. Your questions, sharings and insights for LivingEden are greatly appreciated also. You can call in live on the show at 909-533-8401 what fun to be joined with others on the show.
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Juan De Benavente lived in Ponferrada with his wife. It was apparent that he was very devout and religious. In fact every evening he stopped in church to pray. One day, during his prayer time, he succumbed to greed and seized the tabernacle, a simple wooden container, in which there was a precious silver ciborium containing some consecrated Hosts.
He fled from the church and headed towards the Sil River in order to pitch the cheap wooden tabernacle, but when he tried to launch it into the water he could not because of its sudden immense weight. So he returned home where he hid everything and said nothing to his wife. During the night continuous flashes of light came from the tabernacle, arousing the suspicion of his wife. So Juan decided to go out and dispose of his sacrilegious stolen goods.
He reached a place the townspeople called the Arenal Field and threw the tabernacle and consecrated Hosts into the middle of the blackberry patch. The discovery of the crime brought dismay among all of the population and Juan became increasingly nervous and anxious, also because he did not know how to sell the silver ciborium without getting caught.
Near the Arenal Field, the owner of the land, Diego Nuñez de Losada, set up a target practice for entertainment during the feast days. During the time frame in which the sacred Hosts were still in the blackberry patch, eyewitnesses reported seeing flashes of light at night and strange doves hovering during the day. The crossbowmen tried in vain to hit the doves. The miller Nogaledo decided then to capture the doves with his own hands and ventured into the blackberry patch, discovering the tabernacle and the sacred Hosts from where the intense flashes of light originated.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of EatDrinkBeMerryMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio’s Eat, Drink & Be Merry Show, airing live from the historic Best Western Coronado Motor Inn, in Yuma, Arizona.
- Travel writer Linda Kissam ‘Food, Wine & Shopping Diva’ will discuss her recent Cava tasting journey through Spain. Linda is the VP of the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association, and writes for a number of publications including EatDrinkBeMerryMagazine.com and VacationStationMagazine.com, as well as her blog AllInGoodTaste.info
- 5 Star Chef Ivan Flowers, Executive Chef of Top of the Market in San Diego, will discuss Spanish cooking and share his favorite Spanish recipe.
Host: Coach D
Join your FIFA World Cup radio show experts as they break down the opening game in the 2014 world cup between Brazil and Croatia. They will also be looking at the groups and giving their predictions on who will make it out of the group stage. Also you never know what superstar join the Hosts on the show will so be sure you have your tuning dials on the show. Another area the expert hosts will review is the overall approach by both teams tactically in the game. Did the coaches make good adjustments to allow there team an advantage to gain a positive result? Was one team more defensive than offensive? Did either of the teams park the buses on defense? Did Brazil play with no fear or with reservation? Did the Stars of Brazil deliver on the world stage? Did Croatia have a good showing? Did Modric command the Midfield? What formations did both teams employ?
All these questions your expert hosts will explore during this highly entertaining show.
Also on the show your expert hosts will preview day 2 and the upcoming games between:
Estadio das DunasNatal (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 13:00 Local time
Group stage - Group A
Mexico 13:00 Cameroon
Arena Fonte NovaSalvador (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 16:00 Local time
Group stage - Group B
Spain 16:00 Netherlands
Arena PantanalCuiaba (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 18:00 Local time
Group stage - Group B
Chile 18:00 Australia
Be sure to tune in for this great show, full of entertainment and expert opinions!
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Special Guest Robert Smith Jr. - Florida History and the 2014 Florida Primaries
August 26tth - Florida Primaries
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FLORIDA OF THE CONQUISTADOR http://floridahistory.org/conquistador.htm
MONARCHY AND MERCANTILISM IN FLORIDA
Unknown to the Indians of Florida, their destiny was being determined by political and economic forces taking place across the Atlantic Ocean in Europe. At the end of the fifteenth century, thousands of daring adventurers would be crossing the ocean to conquer within a few centuries what had taken the Indians thousands to years to inhabit.
The conquistadors of Spain who ventured into the lands of the Indians were motivated by many forces. The discovery of gold in Mexico and Peru convinced thousands of impoverished Spanish peasants to join the military. Men fropm wealthy families also joined the cause of exploring the New World. Under the rules of primogeniture, younger sons of the nobility would not inherit much of the family estate, but leading a successful colonial mission could give you the funds to build a castle.
PONCE de LEON - MAN OF MANY MYTHS
JUAN PONCE DE LEON who is acknowledged as the discoverer of Florida. Since there existed two ancient maps showing the southern helf of Florida which predate Ponce de Leon's trip to Florida, he did not discover Florida but verified it was part of North America.
The grandson of a famous war hero, Ponce de Leon was trained to be a soldier and public servant. This indicates he was not a man of wealth despite the notability of his family background.
1783 Florida returned to Spain in exchange for Bahamas and Gibraltar
1821 United States acquired Florida from Spain by treaty
What really makes the Green Earth Guide for Traveling Naturally in Spain and the Green Earth Guide Traveling Naturally in France unique is that it includes options for those on a budget—an important aspect considering the current global economic downturn. Eco-friendly travel is often associated with increased expenses, but Dorian Yates explains how travelers can experience Spain and Frances sustainable side without draining their bank accounts. For those really eager to get off the touristbeaten path, Green Earth Guide offers information on camping as well as volunteer opportunities where one can work on an organic farm in exchange for meals and accommodations. Yates provides contact and address information for each destination featured, and useful insiders tips to planning your trip, from visiting the most bicycle-friendly locations, to planning your meals around the local dinnertime. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Dorian Yates.Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com the most reliable hosting provider with 24/7 heroic support! Listeners of today’s show will receive $100 credit towards Storm Servers, which includes Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated hosting or you can try LiquidWeb’s shared hosting for free for one month by using the coupon code: “orgview”. Please visit LiquidWeb.com. ©2014 TheOrganicView.com www.theorganicview.com. All Rights Reserved.
Stephen and Keith are back after seeing Spain getting dumped out, France maybe doing better than most of us expected. The South American teams are doing well. What about Mexico, Brazil or Chile. We'll also see what the USA did. We'll preview Germany. The Great, Sharona from 790 Yahoo radio will call in.
Day 2 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup featured three matches, including a repeat of the 2010 final.
Mexico beat Cameroon in the first match. Spain took the lead in the middle game—before Netherlands roared back to shock them with a blowout win.
In Friday's finale, Chile fought off Australia, completing the first round of games in Groups A and B. Here are all the biggest winners and losers from Day 2 of the World Cup.
In this edition of Independence Nation, Keith A. Pitts, MSE will discuss the Ebola epidemic and administer the truth behind its spread. Health officials in Madrid say three more people are in the hospital on suspicion of contracting Ebola. The news comes a day after a nurse who treated two Ebola patients at a city hospital became infected with the disease.