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Lifestyle Press Release : 23 Jul 2004

It's time for a lazy jazz Brunch at Trader Vic's restaurant Bangkok Marriott Resort & Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

Sunday brunches should be long, lazy, mellifluous and superlatively indulgent. And at Trader Vic's they are. So leave your watch at home, gather up friends and family, and slide into Trader Vic's for a Mai Tai Sunday Brunch. There's a great buffet to choo

Teppanyaki on demand Bangkok Marriott Resort & Spa Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

Scallops are always a popular seafood item any where in the world and this month Benihana restaurant at Bangkok Marriott Resort & Spa will be serving new creations of scallops teppanyaki style. Items include hibachi of Australian scallops rolled in bacon

Haiti promised 1.1 billion dollars in aid Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

INTERNATIONAL DONORS on Tuesday promised violence-ravaged Haiti 1.085 billion dollars in reconstruction aid to help the country overcome a debilitating crisis -- a pledge that exceeds earlier forecasts by 161 million dollars. The announcement was made at

Airline check-in system to start in fall at some Las Vegas hotels Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

MCCARRAN INTERNATIONAL Airport hopes to have its SpeedCheck computerized check-in kiosks on line in local hotel-casinos by fall. Clark County Aviation Director Randy Walker said the $2 million high-tech system that prints boarding passes for the passenger

Greece sees tourism stagnate despite hosting Olympics Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

GREECE IS doomed to witness a decline in tourists this year despite hosting the August 13-29 Olympics, which is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors, the country's union of tourist enterprises said on Tuesday. The number of visitors was c

Norway welcomes unprecedented growth Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

A RECORD-BREAKING 3.1 million passengers traveled via Norwegian airports in June, according to Norway Post, placing air travel at all time high. The June record is mainly due to the growth in international traffic, which for the first time reached 1 milli

US says no to Israel Lifestyle—23 Jul 04

A REQUEST by Israel government officials to the United States Department of State to lift a four-year travel advisory has been turned down. Citing a sharp decline in terror attacks, Israel pointed that removing the travel advisory to American citizens wou