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green certification and all hotels powered by renewable energy
The cochlear, a revived Roman spoon
the pieces of the puzzle are coming together
in Biarritz, a luminous furrow
focus on the Maldives with the Crossroads multi-island resort
“The lukewarm reaction of the West to the death of Shireen Abu Akleh does not surprise me. But it upsets me”
the leanest and most efficient carriers conquer the market
Sights of the green city on the Elbe
“Spices are to cooking what adjectives are to sentences, adding meaning, relief, new dimensions to dishes”
Open air tourism is growing and will meet from 10 to 18 September in Parma at the Salone del Camper

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                    [description] => A double step that places the Th Resorts group at the forefront in terms of sustainable hospitality. In the wake of a path already started in the pre-pandemic era, the Paduan company has in fact on the one hand adopted an international sustainability certification rating for its own structures and on the other hand, as ... Read more
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A double step that places the Th Resorts group at the forefront in terms of sustainable hospitality. In the wake of a path already started in the pre-pandemic era, the Paduan company has in fact on the one hand adopted an international sustainability certification rating for its own structures and on the other hand, as anticipated in the latest issue of Travel Quotidiano, it has closed an agreement with Dolomiti Energia to guarantee all its energy supplies coming exclusively from renewable sources.

Il Si Rating – Sustainability impact rating – it is specifically an index created by Arban innovative start-up based in Trento and joint-stock benefit company from 2021, based on internationally recognized instruments, such as Sasb Materiality Map (Sustainability accounting standards board), ISO certifications related to sustainability issues, industry best practices and European directives and regulations. At the same time it is also a strategic tool for analyzing, managing and communicating sustainability. With Si Rating, Th Resorts therefore obtained a rating of 70 out of 100 on the ESG criteria (Environmental, social, governance; level achieved Bronze). Not only that: the company has also just released its own first sustainability reportdeveloped on the basis of the international standards GRI, Global reporting initiative.

“Sustainability – says the President of Th Resorts, Graziano Debellini – is one of the values ​​that has always been part of our DNA. Today it has become a central theme and qualifies the company for its seriousness, vision and commitment perspective. It is a strategic issue for all our stakeholders and increasingly important in guiding travelers’ choices. For this reason we have embarked on a path supported by Arb, which is based on analyzes, measurements, reports and on a training program aimed at all the staff of our company “.

With this in mind, the company has therefore decided over the years to direct its energy choices towards realities that supply green energy. A ten-year agreement was therefore signed in recent days with Dolomiti Energia, a historic partner, which will guarantee a totally green energy supply. “Globally, the tourism sector contributes 8% of emissions – concludes Debellini – We are proud to be the only company to have a totally green energy supply. This action turned out to be even more strategic because it not only significantly contributes to the transition towards an economic model no longer based on fossil fuels, but it protects the company from price increases and fluctuations”.

) [summary] => A double step that places the Th Resorts group at the forefront in terms of sustainable hospitality. In the wake of a path already started in the pre-pandemic era, the Paduan company has in fact on the one hand adopted an international sustainability certification rating for its own structures and on the other hand, as ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A double step that places the Th Resorts group at the forefront in terms of sustainable hospitality. In the wake of a path already started in the pre-pandemic era, the Paduan company has in fact on the one hand adopted an international sustainability certification rating for its own structures and on the other hand, as anticipated in the latest issue of Travel Quotidiano, it has closed an agreement with Dolomiti Energia to guarantee all its energy supplies coming exclusively from renewable sources.

Il Si Rating – Sustainability impact rating – it is specifically an index created by Arban innovative start-up based in Trento and joint-stock benefit company from 2021, based on internationally recognized instruments, such as Sasb Materiality Map (Sustainability accounting standards board), ISO certifications related to sustainability issues, industry best practices and European directives and regulations. At the same time it is also a strategic tool for analyzing, managing and communicating sustainability. With Si Rating, Th Resorts therefore obtained a rating of 70 out of 100 on the ESG criteria (Environmental, social, governance; level achieved Bronze). Not only that: the company has also just released its own first sustainability reportdeveloped on the basis of the international standards GRI, Global reporting initiative.

“Sustainability – says the President of Th Resorts, Graziano Debellini – is one of the values ​​that has always been part of our DNA. Today it has become a central theme and qualifies the company for its seriousness, vision and commitment perspective. It is a strategic issue for all our stakeholders and increasingly important in guiding travelers’ choices. For this reason we have embarked on a path supported by Arb, which is based on analyzes, measurements, reports and on a training program aimed at all the staff of our company “.

With this in mind, the company has therefore decided over the years to direct its energy choices towards realities that supply green energy. A ten-year agreement was therefore signed in recent days with Dolomiti Energia, a historic partner, which will guarantee a totally green energy supply. “Globally, the tourism sector contributes 8% of emissions – concludes Debellini – We are proud to be the only company to have a totally green energy supply. This action turned out to be even more strategic because it not only significantly contributes to the transition towards an economic model no longer based on fossil fuels, but it protects the company from price increases and fluctuations”.

[date_timestamp] => 1653131422 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => The cochlear, a revived Roman spoon [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-cochlear-a-revived-roman-spoon/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Sat, 21 May 2022 08:08:36 +0000 [category] => MagazinecochlearrevivedRomanSpoon [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-cochlear-a-revived-roman-spoon/ [description] => PATRICK PLEUTIN FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE His history In the Satyricon of Fellini, a film adapted from the novel of the same name by the Latin writer Pétrone, the scene of the “Festin chez Trimalcion” is of rare cinematic power. While a swarm of half-naked slaves busy themselves with service, a group of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

His history

In the Satyricon of Fellini, a film adapted from the novel of the same name by the Latin writer Pétrone, the scene of the “Festin chez Trimalcion” is of rare cinematic power. While a swarm of half-naked slaves busy themselves with service, a group of Roman notables, lasciviously reclining, go into ecstasies over the smoking entrails of a roast pig.

According to historical accounts and archaeological digs, the way the Romans fed themselves in ancient times was actually much more prosaic. Like us, ordinary mortals generally eat three meals a day: breakfast at sunrise, the lunch around noon, and cena, dinner, which gave rise – among the wealthiest – to banquets consisting of hot dishes.

Read also: The toastie iron, a delicious embrace of metal

To grab the food that the cooks have taken care to cut up, you use your fingers or a cochlear: a typical cutlery whose shape is reminiscent of a spoon. At the top, the bowl, slightly domed, is used to contain bites; at the bottom, a sharp pointed handle allows for pricking food and picking teeth. A few beautiful examples in silver, copper or pewter have been found in the Hoxne hoard, kept in the British Museum.

Nowadays, the object has disappeared from kitchens. During the meals and culinary workshops that she organizes around Arles, Mireille Chérubini, a cook passionate about ancient Roman gastronomy, offers her guests the opportunity to use reproductions of cochlear, shaped with a 3D printer.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Whetstone, cocktail spoon, fishmonger… In the kitchen, utensils are king

Its use

On this spring evening, a little wind of experimental gastronomy is blowing through the alleys of the Jardins de la Fontaine, in Nîmes. On the sidelines of the Roman Days and its program of shows and historical re-enactments, the municipality of the ancient Gallo-Roman city has set up a large period banquet.

At nightfall, guided by the light of oil lamps, 150 curious gourmets put on togas and laurel wreaths before settling around a large table. On one side of the plate, a parchment details the different stages of this dinner inspired by the recipe repertoire of Apicius, a wealthy Roman cook at the end of the Iis century BC. On the other, a tin alloy cochlear will serve as the only cutlery.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers At the Hotel L’Imperator in Nîmes, the vestiges of love

“The Romans distinguished thirteen ways of perceiving flavors, explains Emmanuel Perrodin, cook historian, who developed the menu with the complicity of Nicolas Fontaine, executive chef of the Maison Albar Hotel L’Imperator. Use your cochlear to explore their taste kaleidoscope. »

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Cast iron cocottes, vegetable strainers, pepper mills… The past invites itself to the table

Soon, the spoons are plunging to the bottom of a marrow bone to extract the plump flesh of a few snails; the pointed handles sting in the heart of Camargue oysters dressed with egg, fenugreek and white wine. In the mouth, the memory of a distant taste suddenly arises. Without alterations or traces of rust.

Reproduction of cochlear in 3D printing, on order at Taberna Romana. taberna-romana.com

) [summary] => PATRICK PLEUTIN FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE His history In the Satyricon of Fellini, a film adapted from the novel of the same name by the Latin writer Pétrone, the scene of the “Festin chez Trimalcion” is of rare cinematic power. While a swarm of half-naked slaves busy themselves with service, a group of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

His history

In the Satyricon of Fellini, a film adapted from the novel of the same name by the Latin writer Pétrone, the scene of the “Festin chez Trimalcion” is of rare cinematic power. While a swarm of half-naked slaves busy themselves with service, a group of Roman notables, lasciviously reclining, go into ecstasies over the smoking entrails of a roast pig.

According to historical accounts and archaeological digs, the way the Romans fed themselves in ancient times was actually much more prosaic. Like us, ordinary mortals generally eat three meals a day: breakfast at sunrise, the lunch around noon, and cena, dinner, which gave rise – among the wealthiest – to banquets consisting of hot dishes.

Read also: The toastie iron, a delicious embrace of metal

To grab the food that the cooks have taken care to cut up, you use your fingers or a cochlear: a typical cutlery whose shape is reminiscent of a spoon. At the top, the bowl, slightly domed, is used to contain bites; at the bottom, a sharp pointed handle allows for pricking food and picking teeth. A few beautiful examples in silver, copper or pewter have been found in the Hoxne hoard, kept in the British Museum.

Nowadays, the object has disappeared from kitchens. During the meals and culinary workshops that she organizes around Arles, Mireille Chérubini, a cook passionate about ancient Roman gastronomy, offers her guests the opportunity to use reproductions of cochlear, shaped with a 3D printer.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Whetstone, cocktail spoon, fishmonger… In the kitchen, utensils are king

Its use

On this spring evening, a little wind of experimental gastronomy is blowing through the alleys of the Jardins de la Fontaine, in Nîmes. On the sidelines of the Roman Days and its program of shows and historical re-enactments, the municipality of the ancient Gallo-Roman city has set up a large period banquet.

At nightfall, guided by the light of oil lamps, 150 curious gourmets put on togas and laurel wreaths before settling around a large table. On one side of the plate, a parchment details the different stages of this dinner inspired by the recipe repertoire of Apicius, a wealthy Roman cook at the end of the Iis century BC. On the other, a tin alloy cochlear will serve as the only cutlery.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers At the Hotel L’Imperator in Nîmes, the vestiges of love

“The Romans distinguished thirteen ways of perceiving flavors, explains Emmanuel Perrodin, cook historian, who developed the menu with the complicity of Nicolas Fontaine, executive chef of the Maison Albar Hotel L’Imperator. Use your cochlear to explore their taste kaleidoscope. »

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Cast iron cocottes, vegetable strainers, pepper mills… The past invites itself to the table

Soon, the spoons are plunging to the bottom of a marrow bone to extract the plump flesh of a few snails; the pointed handles sting in the heart of Camargue oysters dressed with egg, fenugreek and white wine. In the mouth, the memory of a distant taste suddenly arises. Without alterations or traces of rust.

Reproduction of cochlear in 3D printing, on order at Taberna Romana. taberna-romana.com

[date_timestamp] => 1653120516 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => the pieces of the puzzle are coming together [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-pieces-of-the-puzzle-are-coming-together/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Sat, 21 May 2022 05:08:03 +0000 [category] => MagazineAlpiclubAlpitourBravoCiaoclubComingEden TravelFranco CampazzoFrancorossopiecespuzzleSeaClubTrevolution [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-pieces-of-the-puzzle-are-coming-together/ [description] => “In the last three to four weeks we have been above the sales volumes of three to four years ago“. Thus begins the chief product officer tour operating of the Alpitour group, Franco Campazzo, speaking of the latest booking trends: “Since the skies reopened, sales have been steadily increasing.” And the trend is essentially global: ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In the last three to four weeks we have been above the sales volumes of three to four years ago“. Thus begins the chief product officer tour operating of the Alpitour group, Franco Campazzo, speaking of the latest booking trends: “Since the skies reopened, sales have been steadily increasing.” And the trend is essentially global: “Egypt is going strong on all three of its main beach destinations, Sharm, Marsa Alam and Marsa Matrouh, but Nile cruises are also doing well. There Greece and the Spain, on the other hand, they had fallen asleep a little, but now we find it hard to keep up with them. In Africa there is the case Madagascar: when we reopened we were afraid of hurting ourselves. But now we are chasing the air seats, so much so that from the end of July we already have plans for rdouble the Neos capacity with two rotations per week“.

Across the ocean, the Caribbean is serving the traditional low season. Here too, however, there are positive surprises, above all Cuba: “After the two years of the pandemic, we feared for the quality of the facilities. Again, we therefore took our fair share of risks – adds Campazzo -. But I personally went to Fit in Varadero and I was able to touch the services of the local resorts, which have done a great job of renewing the product “. And if on the other side of the world, the East still has some precluded goals such as China, or difficult to approach such as Japan, remain the Maldives that “are going as if there is no tomorrow”. In short, after Italy and the return of the medium range, only the long haul was missing: “Now all the pieces of the puzzle are (almost) in place“, Observes Campazzo.

Of course, there is still a lot of work to be done. Furthermore, the Alpitour group is in the middle of the implementation phase of the reorganization process Trevolution: “The seamless pillar – Campazzo always reveals – is the one that moved a little later than the others, but today the Eden Viaggi brand is once again the second in the group for the number of passengers. The brand that is currently giving us more satisfaction is probably Bravo which, also thanks to the acquisition of the former Eden Villages, can now count on a portfolio of 35 villages. An offer dimension that drags sales and gives security to agencies, especially in this restart phase. In general, it seems to me that we have done a good job of differentiating the line between Bravo, SeaClub Francorosso and Alpiclub ”. Maybe something is still missing from the Ciao Clubs, Campazzo says: “It is a hybrid product, which needs a more precise location. But we are in the first year of a complicated process and it takes time. Previous models also tended to make the mass-market product progressively more elitist. We would like to reverse the trend and reconstruct an offer suitable for all budgets and all guests “.

) [summary] => “In the last three to four weeks we have been above the sales volumes of three to four years ago“. Thus begins the chief product officer tour operating of the Alpitour group, Franco Campazzo, speaking of the latest booking trends: “Since the skies reopened, sales have been steadily increasing.” And the trend is essentially global: ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In the last three to four weeks we have been above the sales volumes of three to four years ago“. Thus begins the chief product officer tour operating of the Alpitour group, Franco Campazzo, speaking of the latest booking trends: “Since the skies reopened, sales have been steadily increasing.” And the trend is essentially global: “Egypt is going strong on all three of its main beach destinations, Sharm, Marsa Alam and Marsa Matrouh, but Nile cruises are also doing well. There Greece and the Spain, on the other hand, they had fallen asleep a little, but now we find it hard to keep up with them. In Africa there is the case Madagascar: when we reopened we were afraid of hurting ourselves. But now we are chasing the air seats, so much so that from the end of July we already have plans for rdouble the Neos capacity with two rotations per week“.

Across the ocean, the Caribbean is serving the traditional low season. Here too, however, there are positive surprises, above all Cuba: “After the two years of the pandemic, we feared for the quality of the facilities. Again, we therefore took our fair share of risks – adds Campazzo -. But I personally went to Fit in Varadero and I was able to touch the services of the local resorts, which have done a great job of renewing the product “. And if on the other side of the world, the East still has some precluded goals such as China, or difficult to approach such as Japan, remain the Maldives that “are going as if there is no tomorrow”. In short, after Italy and the return of the medium range, only the long haul was missing: “Now all the pieces of the puzzle are (almost) in place“, Observes Campazzo.

Of course, there is still a lot of work to be done. Furthermore, the Alpitour group is in the middle of the implementation phase of the reorganization process Trevolution: “The seamless pillar – Campazzo always reveals – is the one that moved a little later than the others, but today the Eden Viaggi brand is once again the second in the group for the number of passengers. The brand that is currently giving us more satisfaction is probably Bravo which, also thanks to the acquisition of the former Eden Villages, can now count on a portfolio of 35 villages. An offer dimension that drags sales and gives security to agencies, especially in this restart phase. In general, it seems to me that we have done a good job of differentiating the line between Bravo, SeaClub Francorosso and Alpiclub ”. Maybe something is still missing from the Ciao Clubs, Campazzo says: “It is a hybrid product, which needs a more precise location. But we are in the first year of a complicated process and it takes time. Previous models also tended to make the mass-market product progressively more elitist. We would like to reverse the trend and reconstruct an offer suitable for all budgets and all guests “.

[date_timestamp] => 1653109683 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => in Biarritz, a luminous furrow [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/in-biarritz-a-luminous-furrow/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Sat, 21 May 2022 02:06:44 +0000 [category] => MagazineBiarritzfurrowluminous [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/in-biarritz-a-luminous-furrow/ [description] => The Sillon restaurant, in Biarritz. LOUIS TRIOL The storm washes the streets of the city of the Basque coast. Who dares to go out that evening will certainly be rewarded with a good karmic point. In the Salle de Sillon, with their noses in the map, a few agents of nirvana who have dared to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The storm washes the streets of the city of the Basque coast. Who dares to go out that evening will certainly be rewarded with a good karmic point. In the Salle de Sillon, with their noses in the map, a few agents of nirvana who have dared to brave the elements are already enjoying the associations of Mathieu Rostaing-Tayard.

The man, who flirts with his forties, family life and surfing, has been known to gourmet services since 2008, the year he opened a very inspired 126 in Lyon. His cuisine, marked by both delicate and adventurous accents, had been emulated there. Having worked with Michel Portos, Pierre Gagnaire and even Massimo Bottura, this fervent traveler criss-crossed South America and Asia before settling down in Lyon to open Café Sillon in 2015 and set off again. Finally, he seems to have found an anchor in Biarritz. In his luggage, he slipped Jean-Christophe Bourgeot, who accompanied him in the kitchen in Lyon and who today animates the tables of Sillon with his contagious good nature.

Read also Collaborative cooking: chefs on the road

The temptation is great to choose the tasting menu. Everything gives the feeling of being an insatiable hunter: from the peas to the flower of beans, lemon and sea urchin, not forgetting the bottarga pig’s trotter and the turbot… However, a strange intuition guides us towards a more restricted dinner, a constraint from which may result a delectable frustration.

To start, panisses brushed with pimenton are lined up, hidden under a veil of pork belly. They have the politically incorrect appearance of surimis wrapped in their plastic sheet. Once the visual confusion has been overcome, the tasting begins. The good-natured character of the chickpea is heightened by the heat of the pepper immediately calmed by the fat of the bacon. A few fennel seeds sprinkled here and there crackle in the middle of this mellow fire.

The mackerel, on the other hand, is disconcerting. It is presented on skewers. Three pieces chosen and grilled on the barbecue: the tenderloin, the neck, the belly. Each in their own way, they will accompany white asparagus, both silky and bitter. The tenderloin, at first, resonates with bitterness, as it is sprinkled with yuzu bark. The necklace appeals to our cannibalistic instincts. The fingers rummage between the bones of the fish in order to flush out the smallest parcels of flesh stuffed with melting collagen.

White asparagus and mackerel.

For its part, the belly, lacquered Japanese style, crisps with a regressive sugar. Lips are licked, fingers cleaned with a hot towel. This is an unforgettable moment. It is however jostled by the pissaladière and sweetbreads, to be continued. Under amazed taste buds an inversion of paradigms takes place where the noble offal becomes the textured condiment of iodized seaweed, seasoned with pepper; while the anchovies from the pissaladière mixed with candied onions serve as meat whose juices become worse than a drug. Spiritual elevation is at its peak. No matter the storm.

The address Furrow, 4, rue Jean-Bart, Biarritz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques). Such. : 05-59-24-76-08. furrow-biarritz.fr

Open Wednesday to Friday from noon to 2 p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday and Saturday, only in the evening.

The essential dish White asparagus and mackerel.

The detail that is not one Homemade John Dory caviar.

L’addition Lunch menu at 36 euros, evening menu at 72 euros or à la carte around 45 euros.

) [summary] => The Sillon restaurant, in Biarritz. LOUIS TRIOL The storm washes the streets of the city of the Basque coast. Who dares to go out that evening will certainly be rewarded with a good karmic point. In the Salle de Sillon, with their noses in the map, a few agents of nirvana who have dared to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The storm washes the streets of the city of the Basque coast. Who dares to go out that evening will certainly be rewarded with a good karmic point. In the Salle de Sillon, with their noses in the map, a few agents of nirvana who have dared to brave the elements are already enjoying the associations of Mathieu Rostaing-Tayard.

The man, who flirts with his forties, family life and surfing, has been known to gourmet services since 2008, the year he opened a very inspired 126 in Lyon. His cuisine, marked by both delicate and adventurous accents, had been emulated there. Having worked with Michel Portos, Pierre Gagnaire and even Massimo Bottura, this fervent traveler criss-crossed South America and Asia before settling down in Lyon to open Café Sillon in 2015 and set off again. Finally, he seems to have found an anchor in Biarritz. In his luggage, he slipped Jean-Christophe Bourgeot, who accompanied him in the kitchen in Lyon and who today animates the tables of Sillon with his contagious good nature.

Read also Collaborative cooking: chefs on the road

The temptation is great to choose the tasting menu. Everything gives the feeling of being an insatiable hunter: from the peas to the flower of beans, lemon and sea urchin, not forgetting the bottarga pig’s trotter and the turbot… However, a strange intuition guides us towards a more restricted dinner, a constraint from which may result a delectable frustration.

To start, panisses brushed with pimenton are lined up, hidden under a veil of pork belly. They have the politically incorrect appearance of surimis wrapped in their plastic sheet. Once the visual confusion has been overcome, the tasting begins. The good-natured character of the chickpea is heightened by the heat of the pepper immediately calmed by the fat of the bacon. A few fennel seeds sprinkled here and there crackle in the middle of this mellow fire.

The mackerel, on the other hand, is disconcerting. It is presented on skewers. Three pieces chosen and grilled on the barbecue: the tenderloin, the neck, the belly. Each in their own way, they will accompany white asparagus, both silky and bitter. The tenderloin, at first, resonates with bitterness, as it is sprinkled with yuzu bark. The necklace appeals to our cannibalistic instincts. The fingers rummage between the bones of the fish in order to flush out the smallest parcels of flesh stuffed with melting collagen.

White asparagus and mackerel.

For its part, the belly, lacquered Japanese style, crisps with a regressive sugar. Lips are licked, fingers cleaned with a hot towel. This is an unforgettable moment. It is however jostled by the pissaladière and sweetbreads, to be continued. Under amazed taste buds an inversion of paradigms takes place where the noble offal becomes the textured condiment of iodized seaweed, seasoned with pepper; while the anchovies from the pissaladière mixed with candied onions serve as meat whose juices become worse than a drug. Spiritual elevation is at its peak. No matter the storm.

The address Furrow, 4, rue Jean-Bart, Biarritz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques). Such. : 05-59-24-76-08. furrow-biarritz.fr

Open Wednesday to Friday from noon to 2 p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday and Saturday, only in the evening.

The essential dish White asparagus and mackerel.

The detail that is not one Homemade John Dory caviar.

L’addition Lunch menu at 36 euros, evening menu at 72 euros or à la carte around 45 euros.

[date_timestamp] => 1653098804 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => focus on the Maldives with the Crossroads multi-island resort [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/focus-on-the-maldives-with-the-crossroads-multi-island-resort/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 23:06:05 +0000 [category] => MagazinecrossroadsCrossroads MaldivesCurio CollectionfocusGo WorldHard Rock CaféHard Rock Hotel MaldivesHiltonLucia FavaMaldivesmultiislandresortSaii Lagoon Maldives [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/focus-on-the-maldives-with-the-crossroads-multi-island-resort/ [description] => Go World met the Roman agencies at the Capitoline Hard Rock Café for the presentation of Crossroads Maldives, the integrated multi-island resort that includes two 5 and 4 star hotels: the Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and the Saii Lagoon Maldives Curio Collection by Hilton are immersed in the Emboodhoo lagoon, just 15 minutes by boat ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Go World met the Roman agencies at the Capitoline Hard Rock Café for the presentation of Crossroads Maldives, the integrated multi-island resort that includes two 5 and 4 star hotels: the Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and the Saii Lagoon Maldives Curio Collection by Hilton are immersed in the Emboodhoo lagoon, just 15 minutes by boat from Male International Airport.

“Crossroads distorts the concept of the traditional Maldivian resort – explains Go World marketing manager, Lucia Fava -. Between the two structures there is an 800-meter marina with restaurants, spas, shopping and entertainment and the focus on family holidays is very strong. For children there are Junior clubs with organized activities and also the possibility of getting closer to the Maldivian ecosystem by practicing water sports and diving “.

For bookings at Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and Saii Lagoon Maldives made before June 30, with a view to stays until August 31, Go World special offers dedicated to families therefore provide seven nights with breakfast at the Hard Rock Hotel, while at Saii Lagoon the offer is always seven nights with free upgrade from full board to all-inclusive, always until 31st August 2022. From 1st July to 31st September summer camps for children are also free, as are yoga, water aerobics, pedal boats and kayaks, bicycles, and snorkeling equipment. The two Crossroads resorts, in addition to the vocation for active family holidays, lend great attention to disabled guests with dedicated accesses to rooms and beaches, and the ability to get close to water experiences, including diving. Go World offers combined holidays Maldives with India and Sri Lanka, for sea and culture holidays.

) [summary] => Go World met the Roman agencies at the Capitoline Hard Rock Café for the presentation of Crossroads Maldives, the integrated multi-island resort that includes two 5 and 4 star hotels: the Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and the Saii Lagoon Maldives Curio Collection by Hilton are immersed in the Emboodhoo lagoon, just 15 minutes by boat ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Go World met the Roman agencies at the Capitoline Hard Rock Café for the presentation of Crossroads Maldives, the integrated multi-island resort that includes two 5 and 4 star hotels: the Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and the Saii Lagoon Maldives Curio Collection by Hilton are immersed in the Emboodhoo lagoon, just 15 minutes by boat from Male International Airport.

“Crossroads distorts the concept of the traditional Maldivian resort – explains Go World marketing manager, Lucia Fava -. Between the two structures there is an 800-meter marina with restaurants, spas, shopping and entertainment and the focus on family holidays is very strong. For children there are Junior clubs with organized activities and also the possibility of getting closer to the Maldivian ecosystem by practicing water sports and diving “.

For bookings at Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and Saii Lagoon Maldives made before June 30, with a view to stays until August 31, Go World special offers dedicated to families therefore provide seven nights with breakfast at the Hard Rock Hotel, while at Saii Lagoon the offer is always seven nights with free upgrade from full board to all-inclusive, always until 31st August 2022. From 1st July to 31st September summer camps for children are also free, as are yoga, water aerobics, pedal boats and kayaks, bicycles, and snorkeling equipment. The two Crossroads resorts, in addition to the vocation for active family holidays, lend great attention to disabled guests with dedicated accesses to rooms and beaches, and the ability to get close to water experiences, including diving. Go World offers combined holidays Maldives with India and Sri Lanka, for sea and culture holidays.

[date_timestamp] => 1653087965 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => “The lukewarm reaction of the West to the death of Shireen Abu Akleh does not surprise me. But it upsets me” [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-lukewarm-reaction-of-the-west-to-the-death-of-shireen-abu-akleh-does-not-surprise-me-but-it-upsets-me/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 17:03:45 +0000 [category] => MagazineAbuAklehDeathlukewarmreactionShireensurpriseupsetsWest [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-lukewarm-reaction-of-the-west-to-the-death-of-shireen-abu-akleh-does-not-surprise-me-but-it-upsets-me/ [description] => Young Palestinians simulate a funeral procession in honor of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, on May 17, 2022, in Gaza. MAHMUD HAMS/AFP “I was in Lebanon, Wednesday May 11, when I learned through posts from Palestinian friends of the death of Shireen Abu Akleh. Then his photo was published on a loop. The sudden death of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

“I was in Lebanon, Wednesday May 11, when I learned through posts from Palestinian friends of the death of Shireen Abu Akleh. Then his photo was published on a loop. The sudden death of this courageous and brilliant journalist from the Al-Jazeera channel, under the bullets of the Israeli occupier, while she was reporting in Jenin, deeply shocked me. She was identifiable, with her branded bulletproof vest “presse”. I have no doubts about the identity of those who killed her. This news absorbed my thoughts and my days.

At his funeral in Jerusalem on Friday May 13, I was back in Cairo, glued to my television set. Seeing the Israeli security forces beating the mourning procession was another shock. What vulgarity! In the Western prism, Israel is considered the only democratic and modern state in the region, in comparison to a supposed lack of modernity of the Arabs. But the death of Shireen Abu Akleh and the obscenity of the police during the funeral undermine this vision.

I feel anger, helplessness and great pain. As a journalist, I naturally identify with her, like other reporter friends: we work in very difficult conditions, where producing free information is dangerous. Shireen Abu Akleh was a journalist whom I respected and followed. It brought us closer to Palestine, to a territory to which we do not have access.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The time of the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh, the city of Jerusalem asserts itself Palestinian

I was banned from entering the Palestinian territories by the Israeli authorities after covering, on one of the boats, the action of the flotilla which tried to break the blockade of Gaza in 2011: I was arrested and I had to sign a paper saying that I entered illegally. And it’s complicated for an Arab, with an Arab passport, to travel to the territories, for logistical and security reasons: this is one of the effects of the occupation.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Israel is regularly accused of targeting journalists

A haunting refrain is that the Palestinian cause has become marginal among Arabs. But the shock wave caused in the region by serious events, such as Shireen’s death, shows that this little music rings false. In Egypt, his funeral was very well attended. The Palestinian cause remains central, it binds our destinies. This question was founding for many young people of my generation, in our commitment and our political thought.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The death of Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh brings Israel face to face with its responsibilities as an occupier

As a journalist, the second Intifada in 2000 introduced me to what information is, how it can serve those in power. Today, I continue to write on Palestinian subjects, to make this issue visible, while there are many attempts to make it invisible, in Egypt or elsewhere. The lukewarm reactions of the West to the death of Shireen Abu Akleh do not surprise me. But it upsets me. It is as if the principle of freedom of expression, so dear to Europe or North America, no longer counted in certain contexts, such as that of Israel and Palestine. »

) [summary] => Young Palestinians simulate a funeral procession in honor of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, on May 17, 2022, in Gaza. MAHMUD HAMS/AFP “I was in Lebanon, Wednesday May 11, when I learned through posts from Palestinian friends of the death of Shireen Abu Akleh. Then his photo was published on a loop. The sudden death of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

“I was in Lebanon, Wednesday May 11, when I learned through posts from Palestinian friends of the death of Shireen Abu Akleh. Then his photo was published on a loop. The sudden death of this courageous and brilliant journalist from the Al-Jazeera channel, under the bullets of the Israeli occupier, while she was reporting in Jenin, deeply shocked me. She was identifiable, with her branded bulletproof vest “presse”. I have no doubts about the identity of those who killed her. This news absorbed my thoughts and my days.

At his funeral in Jerusalem on Friday May 13, I was back in Cairo, glued to my television set. Seeing the Israeli security forces beating the mourning procession was another shock. What vulgarity! In the Western prism, Israel is considered the only democratic and modern state in the region, in comparison to a supposed lack of modernity of the Arabs. But the death of Shireen Abu Akleh and the obscenity of the police during the funeral undermine this vision.

I feel anger, helplessness and great pain. As a journalist, I naturally identify with her, like other reporter friends: we work in very difficult conditions, where producing free information is dangerous. Shireen Abu Akleh was a journalist whom I respected and followed. It brought us closer to Palestine, to a territory to which we do not have access.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The time of the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh, the city of Jerusalem asserts itself Palestinian

I was banned from entering the Palestinian territories by the Israeli authorities after covering, on one of the boats, the action of the flotilla which tried to break the blockade of Gaza in 2011: I was arrested and I had to sign a paper saying that I entered illegally. And it’s complicated for an Arab, with an Arab passport, to travel to the territories, for logistical and security reasons: this is one of the effects of the occupation.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Israel is regularly accused of targeting journalists

A haunting refrain is that the Palestinian cause has become marginal among Arabs. But the shock wave caused in the region by serious events, such as Shireen’s death, shows that this little music rings false. In Egypt, his funeral was very well attended. The Palestinian cause remains central, it binds our destinies. This question was founding for many young people of my generation, in our commitment and our political thought.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers The death of Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh brings Israel face to face with its responsibilities as an occupier

As a journalist, the second Intifada in 2000 introduced me to what information is, how it can serve those in power. Today, I continue to write on Palestinian subjects, to make this issue visible, while there are many attempts to make it invisible, in Egypt or elsewhere. The lukewarm reactions of the West to the death of Shireen Abu Akleh do not surprise me. But it upsets me. It is as if the principle of freedom of expression, so dear to Europe or North America, no longer counted in certain contexts, such as that of Israel and Palestine. »

[date_timestamp] => 1653066225 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => the leanest and most efficient carriers conquer the market [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-leanest-and-most-efficient-carriers-conquer-the-market/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 14:02:42 +0000 [category] => MagazinecarriersconquerEasyJetefficientglobal dataleanestlow costmarketRyanairWizz Air [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/the-leanest-and-most-efficient-carriers-conquer-the-market/ [description] => Will it be the summer of low cost? Most likely yes. The factors at play, from the aftermath of the pandemic to the conflict in Ukraine, partly translated into higher cost of living and air fares, will lead passengers, who traditionally prefer to remain loyal to national airlines, to book with low cost airlines. And ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Will it be the summer of low cost? Most likely yes. The factors at play, from the aftermath of the pandemic to the conflict in Ukraine, partly translated into higher cost of living and air fares, will lead passengers, who traditionally prefer to remain loyal to national airlines, to book with low cost airlines. And the latest study by GlobalData.

“While the low-cost sector suffers as much as full-service carriers from increases in fuel and operating expenses, the typical young age of their aircraft makes many of them be more efficient from the point of view of fuel, helping to reduce costs. The low cost business model and then designed to reduce other operating overheadswhich means that tariffs can remain relatively low despite the current climate ”.

According to GlobalData’s Q3 2021 Global Consumer Survey, 58% of respondents said that affordability is the main factor in deciding where to go on vacation. This sentiment is now being picked up by the entire travel industry, which is about to recover in 2022. Key players – Wizz Air, easyJet and Ryanair – have in fact that July 2022 capacity levels will be higher than in 2019.

“With passengers potentially booking more flights with low cost airlines, this is likely to have a impact on different sectors, in particular on business travel, where the budgets for corporate travel have already been compressed ”.

With the inevitable rise in airfares, the full service industry will be forced to find creative ways to improve their product. In recent years, some elements of the full-service product have become indistinguishable from low-cost products. This is particularly the case in the short-haul economy class, where full-service fares have been unbundled to offer customers more choice, for example in luggage, meals and seat selection.

Bradley concludes: “We must expect a response from traditional companies in the coming months, especially regarding loyalty programs. Many will look to add value to their current frequent flyer initiatives to maintain their customer base. However, thecurrent market sentiment says cost is by far the most important motivator for travelers. Therefore, low cost airlines are likely to emerge from the pandemic stronger than other airlines ”.

) [summary] => Will it be the summer of low cost? Most likely yes. The factors at play, from the aftermath of the pandemic to the conflict in Ukraine, partly translated into higher cost of living and air fares, will lead passengers, who traditionally prefer to remain loyal to national airlines, to book with low cost airlines. And ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Will it be the summer of low cost? Most likely yes. The factors at play, from the aftermath of the pandemic to the conflict in Ukraine, partly translated into higher cost of living and air fares, will lead passengers, who traditionally prefer to remain loyal to national airlines, to book with low cost airlines. And the latest study by GlobalData.

“While the low-cost sector suffers as much as full-service carriers from increases in fuel and operating expenses, the typical young age of their aircraft makes many of them be more efficient from the point of view of fuel, helping to reduce costs. The low cost business model and then designed to reduce other operating overheadswhich means that tariffs can remain relatively low despite the current climate ”.

According to GlobalData’s Q3 2021 Global Consumer Survey, 58% of respondents said that affordability is the main factor in deciding where to go on vacation. This sentiment is now being picked up by the entire travel industry, which is about to recover in 2022. Key players – Wizz Air, easyJet and Ryanair – have in fact that July 2022 capacity levels will be higher than in 2019.

“With passengers potentially booking more flights with low cost airlines, this is likely to have a impact on different sectors, in particular on business travel, where the budgets for corporate travel have already been compressed ”.

With the inevitable rise in airfares, the full service industry will be forced to find creative ways to improve their product. In recent years, some elements of the full-service product have become indistinguishable from low-cost products. This is particularly the case in the short-haul economy class, where full-service fares have been unbundled to offer customers more choice, for example in luggage, meals and seat selection.

Bradley concludes: “We must expect a response from traditional companies in the coming months, especially regarding loyalty programs. Many will look to add value to their current frequent flyer initiatives to maintain their customer base. However, thecurrent market sentiment says cost is by far the most important motivator for travelers. Therefore, low cost airlines are likely to emerge from the pandemic stronger than other airlines ”.

[date_timestamp] => 1653055362 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Sights of the green city on the Elbe [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/sights-of-the-green-city-on-the-elbe/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 11:02:27 +0000 [category] => MagazineCityElbegreensights [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/sights-of-the-green-city-on-the-elbe/ [description] => (contains advertising) Did you know that Magdeburg is one of the oldest and greenest cities in Germany? It’s also on the Elbe – I really like cities on rivers. In May 2022, my city trip went to the imperial city and state capital of Saxony-Anhalt (around 240,000 inhabitants). In this article you will find my ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

(contains advertising) Did you know that Magdeburg is one of the oldest and greenest cities in Germany? It’s also on the Elbe – I really like cities on rivers. In May 2022, my city trip went to the imperial city and state capital of Saxony-Anhalt (around 240,000 inhabitants). In this article you will find my favorite Magdeburg sights such as the Green Citadel by Hundertwasser, the breathtaking view from the cathedral or the beach bar on the Elbe. I also give you tips for hotels, cafes and restaurants with vegan food.

A long weekend in Magdeburg

I’ve been traveling a lot in Germany for a few years, and I especially like city trips. So it went to Magdeburg for the first time, from Friday to Sunday.

Maybe a tip for you if you have nice travel destinations for the 9 euro ticket for Deutsche Bahn seeks?

13 percent of over 1,200 year old city consist of green areas. For example, you can relax in the Elbauenpark with 14 themed gardens and a maze.

I was also happy that the city ​​on the Elbe located. Because I like cities by the water, it’s so nice in warm weather.

Magdeburg
Magdeburg Street Art
Magdeburg BuckauUnfortunately, the city was badly damaged during World War II. That’s why you see beautiful old houses less often. However, you can see the cathedral from the 16th century from afar, there is the exciting Hundertwasser house and street art to see. Everywhere it bloomed in May.

I was accommodated in Maritime Hotel (Otto-von-Guericke-Straße 87) near the main train station. In the morning, as a vegan, I found purely plant-based spreads, hummus or plant-based milk on the breakfast buffet. From here I could easily explore the cathedral and the green citadel in the old town as well as other quarters.

In Magdeburg I have on the weekend about experienced:

You want Magdeburg in one day experience? The Hundertwasserhaus, the tower ascent in the cathedral, the beach bar and the flower café were my personal highlights.

The most beautiful sights in Magdeburg

1) Green Citadel by Hundertwasser

Green citadel in MagdeburgI liked the Hundertwasser House in Magdeburg so much that I visited it twice: once on Saturday with a tour that went up the tower. The second time early Sunday morning, to let everything sink in and take more photos.

The 2005 Green Citadel is a complex of apartments, shops, restaurants, cafes and even a 41-room hotel. There are two freely accessible courtyards, one with a fountain and one with small birdhouses on the walls.

The “Green Citadel of Magdeburg” is the largest and last architectural project by Hundertwasser.

Green Citadel MagdeburgBright colors, organic shapes, gilded onion domes, ceramic columns and green roofs are typical of the Austrian artist and architect.

I found the “tree tenants” at the Green Citadel particularly beautiful. The greenery gives the building its name, although the facade is mainly pink. Another visitor said to me, “It’s like an oasis in the middle of the city.” I think she’s absolutely right.

Green citadel From the 33 meter high tower with the golden balls you have a great view of the complex and the cathedral. So be sure to take a guided tour!

Otherwise I would love to stay at the Arthotel. Because it is as colorful as the whole building.

2) Tower ascent in Magdeburg Cathedral

Magdeburg CathedralThe Gothic Magdeburg Cathedral is really impressive, it was completed in 1520. It is the burial church of Emperor Otto the Great and the Episcopal Church of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany. The courtyard was magical with the wisteria in bloom.

The tower tour takes place from April to October. Namely on Fridays (4 p.m.), Saturdays (3 p.m.) and Sundays (12 p.m.). I bought a ticket for 7 euros at the cathedral box office on Saturday. On Sunday I met the group with its 20 participants at the entrance.

Dom Magdeburg tower ascentOur ascent to the north tower was first via a normal stone staircase, then via a spiral staircase and finally via a narrow spiral staircase. So with claustrophobia it becomes a bit difficult, otherwise it was relatively easy to do. However, you should definitely wear sturdy shoes.

Almost all age groups were represented in the group, from older children to older participants. In the warm weather, I was already sweating as we climbed the 433 steps. Fortunately, guide Gisela Opitz kept making stops so that she could tell us about the tower spirits or show us church bells.

When I stepped out of the stairwell into the sun, I was so happy to have climbed it. Because I was rewarded with a brilliant view from a height of 82 meters.

Magdeburg Cathedral tower ascentBelow me I saw the Hundertwasser House on one side and the Elbe on the other. Right, really nice! Up here we had enough time to let the impressions work on us and to take many photos.

The tour lasted a total of 1 hour and 15 minutes.

3) Relaxing in the beach bar

Beach bar MagdeburgFine white sand, sun loungers, palm trees and a view of the Elbe – that’s what you’ll find in the Magdeburg beach bar (Petriforder 1).

This is open daily from mid-April to mid-September from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Entry is free.

We were there on Sunday when they just opened. So it was still pleasantly empty. I ordered a basil soda at the counter, then we sat in the lounge chairs.

During our bike tour we drove past here in the afternoon, when it was full. In the evening it must be beautiful here at sunset. By the way, you can also order cocktails and eat burgers or fries.

4) Raft trip on the Elbe with dinner

Partyfloß MagdeburgI prefer to be by, on or in the water. We went on the water with a raft from Elbe-Grill-Spass Magdeburg. However, with a fairly well-equipped raft including two tables, benches, deck chairs, small palm trees, toilet, sun roof and windbreak.

Our boatman steered us and provided music from the system. We rode against the current at a leisurely 10 km/h. Our raft was so calm in the water that seasickness didn’t stand a chance. The river was only 1.20 m deep here.

Raft trip MagdeburgOur small group spent around two hours on the Elbe. We passed the cathedral, the beach bar and various bridges. Great for getting an impression of the city in peace and quiet.

Grill raft MagdeburgIn addition to ice-cold drinks, there was also a warm dinner on the Elbe raft. I had pre-ordered a vegan burger for that. It was huge and tasted very good, along with crispy potato wedges.

5) Cycle tour on the Elbe Cycle Path

Elberadweg MagdeburgIn recent years I have rediscovered cycling. Even as a child, I loved to travel by bike. In Magdeburg, too, we went on a bike tour. So we drove on the international Elberadweg, which leads about 20 km through Magdeburg.

On the well-developed path we came to the Hubbrücke past. I like those too Elbe stairswhere many people sat in the sun in the afternoon, talked and ate ice cream.

6) Insider tip: Buckau artists’ quarter

Fashion designer Susanne KlausAre you looking for insider tips for Magdeburg? How about a guided tour through the artist district of Buckau with around 6,200 residents?

I took part in the neighborhood walk with Susanne Klaus Ludisia fashion design (Schoenebecker Str. 21). My tip: Definitely visit their shop. There you will find beautiful dresses, tops or patterned jackets.

Magdeburg StreetartOn the way we discovered in the former working-class district lots of street art and graffiti.

Arts and crafts farm Q.HofOf the Arts and crafts farm Q.Hof (Brauereistraße 4) is located on the site of the former VEB oxygen and acetylene plant. Here we were allowed to see the studio of the artist Sari Prieto. Some images were inspired by her trip to Cuba.

We also visited Kunsttick art vending machines in the Volksbad Buckau c/o Women’s Center Courage (Karl-Schmidt-Strasse 56). From this we pulled a small work of art for four euros. You can choose between regional and international artists.

My box read: “Each package contains a unique item. It’s yours now.” In it I found the small picture “Doppelkopf” by the Braunschweig artist Dietrich Gürtler.

And how do you like them? Angel Wings by US artist Colette Miller? She starts her worldwide Angel Wings project in Los Angeles in 2012. Many use the interactive street art to have a photo taken of themselves. In Magdeburg you can pose in front of it at Klosterbergestraße 19.

Vegan in Magdeburg: Tips for cafes and restaurants

Breakfast at Cafe Flair

Vegan breakfast MagdeburgOn Sunday morning at 10 a.m. I went to the Café-Restaurant Flair (Breiter Weg 21). Here you can sit outside on the terrace at one of the many tables. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are specially awarded on the menu.

I opted for a delicious Bali Bowl with soy yoghurt, muesli and fruit. There was also a latte with oat milk. The staff were very friendly and breakfast was on the table quickly.

Lunch at the Hoflieferant restaurant

Go vegan MagdeburgYou can eat regionally and seasonally in this pretty restaurant (Fürstenwall 3b) between the cathedral and the Elbe. It is one of just five restaurants in Saxony-Anhalt listed in the Slow Food Guide to Germany.

The restaurant is embedded in a beautiful garden. Garden concerts also take place here, I imagine that would be really great.

We took a seat on the balcony on the first floor, under an umbrella. I ate asparagus here and semolina porridge with rhubarb for dessert – so nicely presented and very tasty!

Eating cake at the Pastel Flower Cafe

Pastel BlumenvaseIn the Stadtfeld Ost district I visited this pretty café (Immermannstrasse 17). You can also buy potted or cut flowers here.

I only looked at the tempting cakes and tarts at the counter with its cheerful plant pattern. There are also bagels, pastel de nata or ice cream. Everything vegan was marked with a star, gluten-free options were also offered.

vegan cake MagdeburgI opted for the vegan coconut polenta cake with plum and mango topping and strawberries. I drank a “botanical latte” with oat milk and beetroot outside in the sun.

By the way, I saw many dogs all over Magdeburg. Here I met a Vizsla, a Hungarian hunting dog just like ours.

My conclusion to Magdeburg

Green Citadel MagdeburgI had a very nice weekend in Magdeburg. I liked that the city was on the water and so beautifully green. I would love to spend the night in a hotel in the Green Citadel, it must be a great experience! I was able to discover a lot on foot, of course you can see even more by bike. Climbing the tower in the cathedral was definitely worth it. I also found many opportunities to relax and enjoy, such as in the beach bar, in the flower café or on the raft tour.

Have you ever been to Ottostadt?

Many thanks for the invitation! On the Website At the Tourist Information Magdeburg you will find further information on sights, activities and excursion destinations in the area.

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) [summary] => (contains advertising) Did you know that Magdeburg is one of the oldest and greenest cities in Germany? It’s also on the Elbe – I really like cities on rivers. In May 2022, my city trip went to the imperial city and state capital of Saxony-Anhalt (around 240,000 inhabitants). In this article you will find my ... Read more [atom_content] =>

(contains advertising) Did you know that Magdeburg is one of the oldest and greenest cities in Germany? It’s also on the Elbe – I really like cities on rivers. In May 2022, my city trip went to the imperial city and state capital of Saxony-Anhalt (around 240,000 inhabitants). In this article you will find my favorite Magdeburg sights such as the Green Citadel by Hundertwasser, the breathtaking view from the cathedral or the beach bar on the Elbe. I also give you tips for hotels, cafes and restaurants with vegan food.

A long weekend in Magdeburg

I’ve been traveling a lot in Germany for a few years, and I especially like city trips. So it went to Magdeburg for the first time, from Friday to Sunday.

Maybe a tip for you if you have nice travel destinations for the 9 euro ticket for Deutsche Bahn seeks?

13 percent of over 1,200 year old city consist of green areas. For example, you can relax in the Elbauenpark with 14 themed gardens and a maze.

I was also happy that the city ​​on the Elbe located. Because I like cities by the water, it’s so nice in warm weather.

Magdeburg
Magdeburg Street Art
Magdeburg BuckauUnfortunately, the city was badly damaged during World War II. That’s why you see beautiful old houses less often. However, you can see the cathedral from the 16th century from afar, there is the exciting Hundertwasser house and street art to see. Everywhere it bloomed in May.

I was accommodated in Maritime Hotel (Otto-von-Guericke-Straße 87) near the main train station. In the morning, as a vegan, I found purely plant-based spreads, hummus or plant-based milk on the breakfast buffet. From here I could easily explore the cathedral and the green citadel in the old town as well as other quarters.

In Magdeburg I have on the weekend about experienced:

You want Magdeburg in one day experience? The Hundertwasserhaus, the tower ascent in the cathedral, the beach bar and the flower café were my personal highlights.

The most beautiful sights in Magdeburg

1) Green Citadel by Hundertwasser

Green citadel in MagdeburgI liked the Hundertwasser House in Magdeburg so much that I visited it twice: once on Saturday with a tour that went up the tower. The second time early Sunday morning, to let everything sink in and take more photos.

The 2005 Green Citadel is a complex of apartments, shops, restaurants, cafes and even a 41-room hotel. There are two freely accessible courtyards, one with a fountain and one with small birdhouses on the walls.

The “Green Citadel of Magdeburg” is the largest and last architectural project by Hundertwasser.

Green Citadel MagdeburgBright colors, organic shapes, gilded onion domes, ceramic columns and green roofs are typical of the Austrian artist and architect.

I found the “tree tenants” at the Green Citadel particularly beautiful. The greenery gives the building its name, although the facade is mainly pink. Another visitor said to me, “It’s like an oasis in the middle of the city.” I think she’s absolutely right.

Green citadel From the 33 meter high tower with the golden balls you have a great view of the complex and the cathedral. So be sure to take a guided tour!

Otherwise I would love to stay at the Arthotel. Because it is as colorful as the whole building.

2) Tower ascent in Magdeburg Cathedral

Magdeburg CathedralThe Gothic Magdeburg Cathedral is really impressive, it was completed in 1520. It is the burial church of Emperor Otto the Great and the Episcopal Church of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany. The courtyard was magical with the wisteria in bloom.

The tower tour takes place from April to October. Namely on Fridays (4 p.m.), Saturdays (3 p.m.) and Sundays (12 p.m.). I bought a ticket for 7 euros at the cathedral box office on Saturday. On Sunday I met the group with its 20 participants at the entrance.

Dom Magdeburg tower ascentOur ascent to the north tower was first via a normal stone staircase, then via a spiral staircase and finally via a narrow spiral staircase. So with claustrophobia it becomes a bit difficult, otherwise it was relatively easy to do. However, you should definitely wear sturdy shoes.

Almost all age groups were represented in the group, from older children to older participants. In the warm weather, I was already sweating as we climbed the 433 steps. Fortunately, guide Gisela Opitz kept making stops so that she could tell us about the tower spirits or show us church bells.

When I stepped out of the stairwell into the sun, I was so happy to have climbed it. Because I was rewarded with a brilliant view from a height of 82 meters.

Magdeburg Cathedral tower ascentBelow me I saw the Hundertwasser House on one side and the Elbe on the other. Right, really nice! Up here we had enough time to let the impressions work on us and to take many photos.

The tour lasted a total of 1 hour and 15 minutes.

3) Relaxing in the beach bar

Beach bar MagdeburgFine white sand, sun loungers, palm trees and a view of the Elbe – that’s what you’ll find in the Magdeburg beach bar (Petriforder 1).

This is open daily from mid-April to mid-September from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Entry is free.

We were there on Sunday when they just opened. So it was still pleasantly empty. I ordered a basil soda at the counter, then we sat in the lounge chairs.

During our bike tour we drove past here in the afternoon, when it was full. In the evening it must be beautiful here at sunset. By the way, you can also order cocktails and eat burgers or fries.

4) Raft trip on the Elbe with dinner

Partyfloß MagdeburgI prefer to be by, on or in the water. We went on the water with a raft from Elbe-Grill-Spass Magdeburg. However, with a fairly well-equipped raft including two tables, benches, deck chairs, small palm trees, toilet, sun roof and windbreak.

Our boatman steered us and provided music from the system. We rode against the current at a leisurely 10 km/h. Our raft was so calm in the water that seasickness didn’t stand a chance. The river was only 1.20 m deep here.

Raft trip MagdeburgOur small group spent around two hours on the Elbe. We passed the cathedral, the beach bar and various bridges. Great for getting an impression of the city in peace and quiet.

Grill raft MagdeburgIn addition to ice-cold drinks, there was also a warm dinner on the Elbe raft. I had pre-ordered a vegan burger for that. It was huge and tasted very good, along with crispy potato wedges.

5) Cycle tour on the Elbe Cycle Path

Elberadweg MagdeburgIn recent years I have rediscovered cycling. Even as a child, I loved to travel by bike. In Magdeburg, too, we went on a bike tour. So we drove on the international Elberadweg, which leads about 20 km through Magdeburg.

On the well-developed path we came to the Hubbrücke past. I like those too Elbe stairswhere many people sat in the sun in the afternoon, talked and ate ice cream.

6) Insider tip: Buckau artists’ quarter

Fashion designer Susanne KlausAre you looking for insider tips for Magdeburg? How about a guided tour through the artist district of Buckau with around 6,200 residents?

I took part in the neighborhood walk with Susanne Klaus Ludisia fashion design (Schoenebecker Str. 21). My tip: Definitely visit their shop. There you will find beautiful dresses, tops or patterned jackets.

Magdeburg StreetartOn the way we discovered in the former working-class district lots of street art and graffiti.

Arts and crafts farm Q.HofOf the Arts and crafts farm Q.Hof (Brauereistraße 4) is located on the site of the former VEB oxygen and acetylene plant. Here we were allowed to see the studio of the artist Sari Prieto. Some images were inspired by her trip to Cuba.

We also visited Kunsttick art vending machines in the Volksbad Buckau c/o Women’s Center Courage (Karl-Schmidt-Strasse 56). From this we pulled a small work of art for four euros. You can choose between regional and international artists.

My box read: “Each package contains a unique item. It’s yours now.” In it I found the small picture “Doppelkopf” by the Braunschweig artist Dietrich Gürtler.

And how do you like them? Angel Wings by US artist Colette Miller? She starts her worldwide Angel Wings project in Los Angeles in 2012. Many use the interactive street art to have a photo taken of themselves. In Magdeburg you can pose in front of it at Klosterbergestraße 19.

Vegan in Magdeburg: Tips for cafes and restaurants

Breakfast at Cafe Flair

Vegan breakfast MagdeburgOn Sunday morning at 10 a.m. I went to the Café-Restaurant Flair (Breiter Weg 21). Here you can sit outside on the terrace at one of the many tables. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are specially awarded on the menu.

I opted for a delicious Bali Bowl with soy yoghurt, muesli and fruit. There was also a latte with oat milk. The staff were very friendly and breakfast was on the table quickly.

Lunch at the Hoflieferant restaurant

Go vegan MagdeburgYou can eat regionally and seasonally in this pretty restaurant (Fürstenwall 3b) between the cathedral and the Elbe. It is one of just five restaurants in Saxony-Anhalt listed in the Slow Food Guide to Germany.

The restaurant is embedded in a beautiful garden. Garden concerts also take place here, I imagine that would be really great.

We took a seat on the balcony on the first floor, under an umbrella. I ate asparagus here and semolina porridge with rhubarb for dessert – so nicely presented and very tasty!

Eating cake at the Pastel Flower Cafe

Pastel BlumenvaseIn the Stadtfeld Ost district I visited this pretty café (Immermannstrasse 17). You can also buy potted or cut flowers here.

I only looked at the tempting cakes and tarts at the counter with its cheerful plant pattern. There are also bagels, pastel de nata or ice cream. Everything vegan was marked with a star, gluten-free options were also offered.

vegan cake MagdeburgI opted for the vegan coconut polenta cake with plum and mango topping and strawberries. I drank a “botanical latte” with oat milk and beetroot outside in the sun.

By the way, I saw many dogs all over Magdeburg. Here I met a Vizsla, a Hungarian hunting dog just like ours.

My conclusion to Magdeburg

Green Citadel MagdeburgI had a very nice weekend in Magdeburg. I liked that the city was on the water and so beautifully green. I would love to spend the night in a hotel in the Green Citadel, it must be a great experience! I was able to discover a lot on foot, of course you can see even more by bike. Climbing the tower in the cathedral was definitely worth it. I also found many opportunities to relax and enjoy, such as in the beach bar, in the flower café or on the raft tour.

Have you ever been to Ottostadt?

Many thanks for the invitation! On the Website At the Tourist Information Magdeburg you will find further information on sights, activities and excursion destinations in the area.

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[date_timestamp] => 1653044547 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => “Spices are to cooking what adjectives are to sentences, adding meaning, relief, new dimensions to dishes” [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/spices-are-to-cooking-what-adjectives-are-to-sentences-adding-meaning-relief-new-dimensions-to-dishes/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 08:00:43 +0000 [category] => MagazineaddingAdjectivescookingdimensionsdishesmeaningreliefsentencesspices [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/spices-are-to-cooking-what-adjectives-are-to-sentences-adding-meaning-relief-new-dimensions-to-dishes/ [description] => Marie-Lou Lizé, in Paris, on April 20. JULIE BALAGUÉ FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE I inherited the passion from my mother, who sold spices for ten years in the early 2000s, when I was working as business developer for press groups and in charge of communication for artists. My mother’s company was called Alibibi, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

I inherited the passion from my mother, who sold spices for ten years in the early 2000s, when I was working as business developer for press groups and in charge of communication for artists. My mother’s company was called Alibibi, it sold its spices on the market in Suresnes, in the Hauts-de-Seine, in a very souk style.

My father-in-law, passionate about the desert, set it up with her, and he instilled this spice stall side, fragrant and colorful. My mother has always cooked a lot, but, like me, she likes simple things: fish, poultry, tajines… She passed on to me the culture of spicy dishes. Every week, for example, she prepared me a chilli con carne, and we challenged each other on the chilli. My father is also crazy about cooking and traveling. When I don’t have time to travel, I often send him as an emissary to meet producers.

Read also The taste of spices

When my mother retired, it didn’t take long for my husband and me to decide to take up the torch of spices, putting our identity into it. Charles was a researcher and engineer, but we wanted to retrain and work together. We named the company Nomie, a suffix which means “art of measuring” (eg : “gastro-nomie”), and we simultaneously launched a recipe blog, “Gratinez”. The idea was to assess readers’ appetite for topics around spices. This gave us time to build the project, to think about our sourcing, to understand how the chefs and the restaurant world worked.

In line with what my mother suggested, we created a recipe kit, with the idea of ​​reviving everyday dishes: meat marinades, vegetarian recipes, oriental-inspired pasta or rice, salad seasonings… set out to explore the vast universe of dry and aromatic ingredients. Spices are to cooking what adjectives are to sentences, adding meaning, relief, new dimensions to dishes, it’s very exciting.

Read also: Fish crudo with salsa macha: Mari-Lou Lizé’s recipe

Today, we offer nearly 400 spice references, of which more than half of the mixtures are original, based on leaves, roots, seeds, but also seaweed, flowers or dried fruits… I am particularly fond of smoked paprika, dried green mango powder, dukkah, which is an Egyptian mixture of roasted seeds and spices.

But my new passion is salsa macha, a spicy oil recipe from southern Mexico, made with dried fruits and fried garlic, and possibly nuts and spices. With Carlo Moreno (@paris.mexico), we did a tropical reinterpretation with ancho and chipotle peppers, cashews and almonds, barberry and dried mango.

In Mexico, this sauce is mainly used for meats and tacos, but I love it on raw fish, for example on pollack in carpaccio. Fish is a great base for spices and it’s also a nod to my mom who went to live in Brittany. These are the flavors that bind us, again and again.

nomie-epices.fr

) [summary] => Marie-Lou Lizé, in Paris, on April 20. JULIE BALAGUÉ FOR M LE MAGAZINE DU MONDE I inherited the passion from my mother, who sold spices for ten years in the early 2000s, when I was working as business developer for press groups and in charge of communication for artists. My mother’s company was called Alibibi, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

I inherited the passion from my mother, who sold spices for ten years in the early 2000s, when I was working as business developer for press groups and in charge of communication for artists. My mother’s company was called Alibibi, it sold its spices on the market in Suresnes, in the Hauts-de-Seine, in a very souk style.

My father-in-law, passionate about the desert, set it up with her, and he instilled this spice stall side, fragrant and colorful. My mother has always cooked a lot, but, like me, she likes simple things: fish, poultry, tajines… She passed on to me the culture of spicy dishes. Every week, for example, she prepared me a chilli con carne, and we challenged each other on the chilli. My father is also crazy about cooking and traveling. When I don’t have time to travel, I often send him as an emissary to meet producers.

Read also The taste of spices

When my mother retired, it didn’t take long for my husband and me to decide to take up the torch of spices, putting our identity into it. Charles was a researcher and engineer, but we wanted to retrain and work together. We named the company Nomie, a suffix which means “art of measuring” (eg : “gastro-nomie”), and we simultaneously launched a recipe blog, “Gratinez”. The idea was to assess readers’ appetite for topics around spices. This gave us time to build the project, to think about our sourcing, to understand how the chefs and the restaurant world worked.

In line with what my mother suggested, we created a recipe kit, with the idea of ​​reviving everyday dishes: meat marinades, vegetarian recipes, oriental-inspired pasta or rice, salad seasonings… set out to explore the vast universe of dry and aromatic ingredients. Spices are to cooking what adjectives are to sentences, adding meaning, relief, new dimensions to dishes, it’s very exciting.

Read also: Fish crudo with salsa macha: Mari-Lou Lizé’s recipe

Today, we offer nearly 400 spice references, of which more than half of the mixtures are original, based on leaves, roots, seeds, but also seaweed, flowers or dried fruits… I am particularly fond of smoked paprika, dried green mango powder, dukkah, which is an Egyptian mixture of roasted seeds and spices.

But my new passion is salsa macha, a spicy oil recipe from southern Mexico, made with dried fruits and fried garlic, and possibly nuts and spices. With Carlo Moreno (@paris.mexico), we did a tropical reinterpretation with ancho and chipotle peppers, cashews and almonds, barberry and dried mango.

In Mexico, this sauce is mainly used for meats and tacos, but I love it on raw fish, for example on pollack in carpaccio. Fish is a great base for spices and it’s also a nod to my mom who went to live in Brittany. These are the flavors that bind us, again and again.

nomie-epices.fr

[date_timestamp] => 1653033643 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Open air tourism is growing and will meet from 10 to 18 September in Parma at the Salone del Camper [link] => https://movs.world/magazine/open-air-tourism-is-growing-and-will-meet-from-10-to-18-september-in-parma-at-the-salone-del-camper/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Fri, 20 May 2022 05:00:14 +0000 [category] => MagazineaircamperdelgrowingMeetopenParmaSalonesalone camperSeptembertourismTurismo open air [guid] => https://movs.world/magazine/open-air-tourism-is-growing-and-will-meet-from-10-to-18-september-in-parma-at-the-salone-del-camper/ [description] => The growth of outdoor tourism, the top trend of summer 2021, does not stop. The estimated presences for en plein air holidays in Italy next summer are between 48 and 45.4 million, according to a survey promoted by Human Company in collaboration with THRENDS. A real trend confirmed by the Salone del Camper, the most ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The growth of outdoor tourism, the top trend of summer 2021, does not stop. The estimated presences for en plein air holidays in Italy next summer are between 48 and 45.4 million, according to a survey promoted by Human Company in collaboration with THRENDS. A real trend confirmed by the Salone del Camper, the most important sector event in Italy and the second internationally, that returns to Fiere di Parma from 10 to 18 September 2022. The last edition approached 100,000 visitors and the major brands chose Fiere di Parma to present the sector news. Exceptional observer with a preferential window on outdoor tourism, the Salone del Camper is preparing for the thirteenth edition with the main producers already accredited and a clear key to the phenomenon. A survey launched by the Salone del Camper in April shows that summer 2022 will be in a camper, in Italy, by the sea and with the bike in tow.

The demand for means is constantly increasing and the new needs are aimed above all at agile, compact vehicles, which allow you to move around the city, but also to dedicate yourself to your favorite activities in your free time and on vacation: it is the time of the Van generation. THE traveling tourists in Europe are about 20 million. The circulating fleet of campers and caravans is approximately 6 million and one hundred thousand recreational vehicles. The holiday in a motorhome or caravan has become very cool. Last year, according to data from camping.com, it saw a 40% increase

­For years, the Salone del Camper at Fiere di Parma has been the beacon for those who love outdoor tourism, not just for campers. A particularly popular area is in fact Routes and Destinations, which attracts all tourists looking for new travel ideas. Ideal itineraries for free tourism, ideas for proximity tourism, unusual weekends or more adventurous trips are presented. The itineraries are accompanied by proposals to make the holiday even more engaging, such as outdoor sports, from trekking to two-wheeled itineraries.
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­The Salone del Camper di Parma is the most important fair dedicated to caravanning and en plein air tourism in Italy. The Salone del Camper is made up of 4 thematic areas: Caravan and Camper, with a rich display of recreational vehicles, with all the most important brands in the sector; Accessories, dedicated to camping accessories; Shopping, where you can find products for small spaces, suitable for every need; Routes and destinations, where you can get to know ideal places and destinations for free tourism, with a rich proposal of guides and editorial products capable of directing and advising experts and newbies of this life-style.

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) [summary] => The growth of outdoor tourism, the top trend of summer 2021, does not stop. The estimated presences for en plein air holidays in Italy next summer are between 48 and 45.4 million, according to a survey promoted by Human Company in collaboration with THRENDS. A real trend confirmed by the Salone del Camper, the most ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The growth of outdoor tourism, the top trend of summer 2021, does not stop. The estimated presences for en plein air holidays in Italy next summer are between 48 and 45.4 million, according to a survey promoted by Human Company in collaboration with THRENDS. A real trend confirmed by the Salone del Camper, the most important sector event in Italy and the second internationally, that returns to Fiere di Parma from 10 to 18 September 2022. The last edition approached 100,000 visitors and the major brands chose Fiere di Parma to present the sector news. Exceptional observer with a preferential window on outdoor tourism, the Salone del Camper is preparing for the thirteenth edition with the main producers already accredited and a clear key to the phenomenon. A survey launched by the Salone del Camper in April shows that summer 2022 will be in a camper, in Italy, by the sea and with the bike in tow.

The demand for means is constantly increasing and the new needs are aimed above all at agile, compact vehicles, which allow you to move around the city, but also to dedicate yourself to your favorite activities in your free time and on vacation: it is the time of the Van generation. THE traveling tourists in Europe are about 20 million. The circulating fleet of campers and caravans is approximately 6 million and one hundred thousand recreational vehicles. The holiday in a motorhome or caravan has become very cool. Last year, according to data from camping.com, it saw a 40% increase

­For years, the Salone del Camper at Fiere di Parma has been the beacon for those who love outdoor tourism, not just for campers. A particularly popular area is in fact Routes and Destinations, which attracts all tourists looking for new travel ideas. Ideal itineraries for free tourism, ideas for proximity tourism, unusual weekends or more adventurous trips are presented. The itineraries are accompanied by proposals to make the holiday even more engaging, such as outdoor sports, from trekking to two-wheeled itineraries.
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­The Salone del Camper di Parma is the most important fair dedicated to caravanning and en plein air tourism in Italy. The Salone del Camper is made up of 4 thematic areas: Caravan and Camper, with a rich display of recreational vehicles, with all the most important brands in the sector; Accessories, dedicated to camping accessories; Shopping, where you can find products for small spaces, suitable for every need; Routes and destinations, where you can get to know ideal places and destinations for free tourism, with a rich proposal of guides and editorial products capable of directing and advising experts and newbies of this life-style.

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