想去浪漫的聖托裏尼度假嗎?我已經為你做好了准備

你的旅遊目的地名單上沒有“希臘聖托裏尼島”?我不相信。我不相信。聖托裏尼令人陶醉的藍色是許多浪漫情感的開始,也是許多婚姻的見證人。從我愛上旅行的那一刻起,我就沉浸在藍色的海洋中。

去希臘一天太可惜了。讓我們不要做那種會看一拳,然後送一圈朋友的旅行者。這種模式似乎始於過去一兩年。作為一個認真對待旅行經曆的人,如何安排在藍白島的旅行,我給你一個小小的建議,希望你和你的愛人在你去的時候給你浪漫的點。

DAY 1

第1站 女神恩賜的雅典

以聰明女神雅典娜之名定名的這座都會,被萬神之王宙斯預言為世界上最絢爛的都會,領有數千年的曆史,是世界上最古老的城市之一。

雅典三面環山,一邊面對愛琴海,整個城市圍繞著山上的衛城建造,所以從城市的任何角落都可以看到守護神雅典娜的神廟,曆經千年的風霜。依然散發著獨特的魅力。

Tips:

春天和秋天是前往雅典的最佳日期。

2。望著大廟,錯綜複雜的市場,沿著一流的石階,聆聽著千禧年一刻的寧靜。

第二站,普拉卡老城看夜景

普拉卡餐廳位於普拉卡老城附近一個安靜的區域,那裏的侍者是祖父,英語流利,服務熱情,享受衛城的夜景。

Tips:

1.這裏的食物〜希臘沙拉,新鮮洋蔥,西紅柿,黃瓜,生菜和胭脂橄欖,加上厚厚的白色奶酪,上面加一點橄欖油,是最常見和最好的開胃菜。

2。炸魷魚圈,撒上幾滴新鮮檸檬汁,去除魚油。希臘烤羊排也很好,沒有異味,烤後特別嫩多汁。

第3站 聖墓教堂

聖墓地教堂,被稱為東正教中的複活教會,也是苦路的最後一站(途經多羅羅薩)。基督教徒普遍認為,正如“新約”中所描述的,神聖墓地教堂是在第耶穌基督個十字架的地方建造的,據說耶穌的“墳墓”也在裏面,入口處是石棺。當然,石棺裏的“應當”是空的,因為耶穌已經複活了。自公元4世紀以來,這個地方已成為基督教的主要朝聖之地。

Tips

1.參觀是免費的。

2.要進入教堂的墳墓需要很長的隊伍。請做好准備。

第四站猶太大屠殺紀念館

這是世界上最大的大屠殺博物館,是為了紀念二戰期間在德國集中營喪生的600萬猶太人而建的。這是一個令人興奮的地方。大屠殺紀念館長180米,有一個棱柱形的三角形結構,有500英尺長的山脊。牆由鋼筋混凝土制成。

Tips:

1.博物館禁止拍照。

2.星期六和猶太假日在這裏休息。

Day2

第2天藍色和白色世界聖托裏尼

愛琴海最迷人的地方是聖托裏尼島,那裏有世界上最美麗的日落。火山遺跡下有童話般的白色建築、神聖的藍色山頂教堂和古老的文明。讓藝術家驚歎,讓攝影師迷戀,讓旅行者著迷。同樣地,它也讓愛人相信,它將是幸福開始的地方。

Tips:

1.太陽鏡,帽子,防曬霜一定是!

2.聖托裏尼也在冬季開放,盡管它不太可能在夏天航行到該島。有些旅館會關門。

第2站 伊亞小鎮

有人說你一生中必須去過聖托裏尼島。人們也說生命注定要經過很多地方,但是會有一個你可以感受到心靈和靈魂的地方,而這個地方一定是伊亞。這無疑是最適合繪畫的,如何畫出漂亮,如何拍攝是驚人的。 Oia擁有極好的美麗,無論白天或黑夜,這裏的色彩都是如此美麗,天與地之間的藍白相通,藍色透徹,白色令人眼花繚亂。

Tips:

1。這裏的海鮮大餐,加上聖托裏尼的特色葡萄酒,是一個完美的搭配。

2.沿著小巷走到懸崖的邊緣,沿著蜿蜒的小徑,你會發現很多獨特的風景!

第3站 伊亞落日

Iya位於最北端的聖托裏尼鎮,有一個面向大海的大懸崖,視野超過180度,是觀看日落的最佳地點。傍晚的風輕拂著葉輪,風車慢慢轉動,白天太陽升得很高,不那么令人頭暈目眩,海和天空的界限都模糊了。黃昏時分,整個島嶼似乎就在眼前。根據傳說,愛的最好見證就是和你的愛人一起凝視太陽。

Tips:

伊亞的烽火台在日落前一小時擠滿了人。如果你想拍日落,建議盡早去那裏。

DAY 3

車站1:純淨寧靜的費拉鎮

費拉鎮位於聖托裏尼島,建在海邊的懸崖上。城裏到處都是藍色的門和五顏六色的院子。沿著城鎮的小徑走著,愛琴海就在腳下,大海是那么純淨的藍色,令人陶醉。

Tips:

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1.為了欣賞費拉的美麗,沿著懸崖邊的小徑走。你可以看到壯麗的活火山。風景很好。

一路上,有許多美麗的白色房子,獨特的設計和獨特的夢想。聖托裏尼懸崖房屋的獨特風景隨處可見。大多數明信片都集中在這裏。

Station 2 Lucky’s & Classico

吉祥座落在費拉鎮,對面的公交車站,特色皮塔是很好的,重量重,味道好,價格實惠,最好的口味是豬肉餡餅。這家經典餐廳有著無敵的環境和物美價廉的數量,而且真正的價格和一個大的烤龍蝦意大利面只有29歐元。

Tips:

1.菲拉飲食是地中海美食,主要以肉和魚為主要食物。

2.懸崖邊上餐廳的價格比較高,但食物美味,風景優美。

Day4

第1站佩裏薩黑沙灘

佩裏薩和卡瑪裏是聖托裏尼島上最美麗的兩個海灘,位於該島的東南海岸。海灘上的沙粒是黑色的火山岩。獨特的火山地質造就了獨特的黑沙灘。

Tips:

你可以從Iya汽車站乘公共汽車。佩麗莎和卡馬裏之間有快艇旅行。

聖托裏尼酒廠2號站

香港時尚酒店之一-香港酒店預訂住宿服務,設有優粵快線,讓貴賓感受快捷入住的香港住宿體驗。位於尖沙咀著名旅遊景點林立。酒店一直都提供貼心服務,兼且推動綠色環保概念。立即預訂,尊享舒適的入住體驗。

聖托裏尼島是希臘群島最著名的葡萄酒產區。這些葡萄酒在整個歐盟都很有名。聖島的味道是一種純粹而深刻的結合。精致而複雜的礦物風味環繞著神聖的神聖火山岩和愛琴海的鹹味。長酸度支持整個酒的靈魂。

Tips:

去一家釀酒廠的旅行只需幾歐元(有時甚至沒有錢),你可以品嘗到一些葡萄酒。

DAY 5

第一站聖托裏尼私人酒店享受愛琴海頂級酒店。

Kirini酒店建在懸崖邊上幾百米高,所有的房間都面向大海。站在房子前面的露台上,只要眼睛能看到,牆壁、地板、屋頂、沙發和雨傘都選擇了白色,沒有例外,而不是藍色的天空,沒有絲綢雲,愛琴海是十萬公頃。

我已經習慣了中國當地的光榮酒店。事實證明,頂級度假酒店如此簡單。優雅與當地風格融為一體,在白色世界之間,家居和具有當地特色的裝飾增添了氣質和樂趣,這一切都是為了更好地體現愛琴海的神奇和美麗。

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Brexit changeover deal eases offer chain concern, for now

LONDON – An agreement in between London and Brussels for the 21-month transition time period following the United kingdom leaves the ecu Union on March 29, 2019, has eased fears during the transportation sector and amid tens of millions of shippers the Uk would carry out a “shock remedy,” an abrupt separation within the 28-nation bloc.

EU leaders will rubber stamp the deal – that will keep the uk inside the bloc’s single current market and customs union till December 31, 2020 – and conform to a mandate for Brussels to start negotiations over a new trade settlement at a two-day summit beginning Thursday.

The united kingdom is alleged to own pushed for your more time transition interval and gained the assist of nine EU members, and despite the fact that the EU negotiators refused to budge you will find a prospect it could be extended if the two sides reach an total withdrawal treaty.

Northern Ireland trade position unresolved
Negotiators failed to agree around the standing from the border amongst Northern Ireland, a part of the uk, plus the Republic of ireland, an EU member state, and are planning for even more talks on a single on the most challenging “Brexit” problems.

The united kingdom and EU transportation sectors happen to be ramping up their warnings with regards to the affect of Brexit, specially on ports, while in the operate around this week’s summit, but you’ll find few symptoms the British govt has taken a lot see or drawn up concrete options.

The Brexit negotiators really should prioritize transportation as well as in specific the maritime sector from the forthcoming section of Brexit negotiations given that substantially in the trade in goods among the uk and its 27 EU associates passes by ports, states the ecu Sea ports Association.

“Europe’s ports need to have certainty and time for you to adapt to the new realities post-Brexit if they are to continue to conduct their very important operate as nodes in intra-European offer chains,” mentioned Eamonn O’Reilly, chairman on the Brussels-based group. “If the current short-sea fluidity is compromised, there will be no winners.”

European shipowners will also be urgent their governments to get up to Brexit’s possibly disruptive effect on transport flows. “After Brexit – except the eu Union and Uk locate a workable arrangement – a cargo declaration will probably be vital along with other checks and controls connected to, between other individuals, immigration and phytosanitary handle rules,” Martin Dorsman, secretary typical of your European Group Shipowners Association, explained. “It will imply significant congestion in ports lacking more than enough area to the massive figures of lorries [trucks] and trailers and just-in-time source chains will stop to exist, as a result of the congestion problems.”

Nevertheless the British govt has nevertheless to return up with any concrete concepts regarding how borders will function after Brexit, according to peter MacSwiney, chairman on the Joint Customs Consultative Committee, a government-sponsored group representing about twenty trade businesses. “I really do not consider we’re wherever. There isn’t any simple measures around the desk which i can see – limitless conversations about theoretical principles, but not about what we have been actually going to do on day one.”

The government is, however, talking with logistics organizations working with the United kingdom borders, but it’s not obvious what’s going on powering closed doors because they have signed non-disclosure agreements.

Important problem: affect on 10,000 vans
The true secret difficulty continues to be the effect of the UK’s departure with the EU customs union to the ten,000 or so trucks that pass every single day by the port of Dover, a person from the world’s major roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) transport hubs, plus the close by cross-channel Eurotunnel linking the united kingdom with France.

“The ro-ro sector is important in that it is believed to aid about forty per cent of your UK’s international trade and also a sizeable proportion with the UK’s EU trade,” according to the British ports Association (BpA).

The united kingdom government is putting with a brave facial area, with Transportation Secretary Chris Grayling last 7 days dismissing continual statements of 30-mile backups for the port of Dover just after Brexit and proclaiming physical checks on vans following the Uk quits the ecu Union could be “utterly unrealistic.”

“We will sustain a absolutely free flowing border at Dover – we will not impose checks during the port. We do not check out lorries now – we’re not gonna be examining lorries in the potential. We’ll take care of trade electronically. Trucks will go through the border without stopping. We are going to regulate them electronically … from the way it takes place involving Canada plus the U . s ..”

Grayling’s claims fly while in the confront of port operators, ro-ro shipping corporations, and truckers, who predict chaotic congestion at ports, specially Dover, if your United kingdom is not really in a position to strike a manage Brussels for “frictionless“ trade with the 27 remaining EU member states.

An impartial review by scientists at Imperial Higher education London printed very last 7 days stated vehicles crossing the English Channel on ships or rail shuttle danger dealing with five-hour waits in 30-mile strains.

Currently, it’s going to take a truck a median of just two minutes for getting through passport and customs controls, but after the United kingdom leaves the ecu Union – and its customs union – passports will most likely ought to be checked independently towards EU databases and vehicles will likely have to current customs declarations and possess files stamped.

An additional two minutes on the border would bring on backup just shorter of 30 miles on streets resulting in the port of Dover and the Eurotunnel, in keeping with pc modelling by the researchers.

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A current EU report located that even to the “smart border” among Sweden and [non-EU member] Norway, which happens to be in the bloc’s solitary current market although not its consumers union, trucks are delayed by an average of among two and 9 minutes when they adjust to formalities.

The BpA currently issued a strategic report warning that it seems more and more probable that border arrangements will mirror a “no deal” Brexit situation.

“A likely Brexit no cost trade deal will probably be welcomed by a lot of in the sector but this can be unlikely to go over border processes,” mentioned Richard Ballantyne, chief govt in the BpA. “In conditions of border operations the influence of leaving the customs union along with the single marketplace is currently turning out to be a ‘no deal’ situation for ports.”

“To a particular extent the united kingdom federal government might be able to make your mind up its possess border procedures but for EU ports with United kingdom hyperlinks, whole frontier checks, which include customs and environmental health and fitness typical checks, could have a intense effects to the Uk.”

Rotterdam, Hamburg continue to get ready for really hard Brexit
When the 21-month transition interval is welcome information with the European transport sectors, specifically ports while in the Le Havre-Hamburg vary that dominate shipping and delivery traffic with all the United kingdom, they are really continue to using no probabilities over the result of your Brexit negotiations.

The Dutch government intends to rent no less than 750 new customs officers forward with the United kingdom departure from your customs union, although the United kingdom has still to stipulate its post-Brexit customs designs. “If we’d like many new customs and agricultural inspectors, the British are likely to will need 1000’s,” claimed pieter Omtzigt, the Dutch parliament’s Brexit rapporteur.

The port of Rotterdam, which does an important sum of business with the United kingdom, is making plans for its departure from your European Union and it is reported being making ready to rent one hundred excess customs brokers and dozens of new produce inspectors. “Let the government negotiate for the best, we are preparing to the worst,” explained Allard Castelein, CEO from the Rotterdam port Authority. Tens of countless numbers of Dutch corporations investing with the Uk through Rotterdam “have never recognized an import or export document.”

Europe’s most important port can also be inspecting the creation of new places over and above its container and ro-ro terminals to load and unload cargoes. A big slice of Rotterdam’s targeted traffic together with the United kingdom is built up of products from outside the ecu Union that are shipped in on ocean carrier container ships after which you can transhipped into the United kingdom. Like a final result, this could involve double customs checks within the Dutch port.

The port of Antwerp, Europe’s next largest container hub, is appointing a full-time representative from the United kingdom to maintain track from the accelerating Brexit negotiations. “The United kingdom is actually our third-largest investing spouse,” with annual freight site visitors of virtually fourteen million tonnes (15 million tons) in 2017, claims Luc Arnouts, the port Authority’s worldwide networks supervisor.

“We plead for a clear, well-defined Brexit, each in the course of the recent changeover time period and in the post-Brexit period, so that you can protect against a disintegration of the inner current market,” reported the Belgian port Authority’s CEO Jacques Vandermeiren. “Once Brexit will become a truth, we wish to have an successful framework that allows a clean movement of trade. Which means as couple tariff barriers and administrative hurdles as feasible.”

A “hard” Brexit that should begin to see the United kingdom leaving the EU’s one industry likewise as its customs union, would hit vehile shipments via British and European ports, mostly in Germany and Belgium, as imported vehicles would carry a ten % planet Trade Corporation tariff in both equally instructions. Deloitte & Touche has forecast this would slash production by 255,000 units in Germany and 395,000 in other EU countries.

provide chain would feel challenging Brexit nearly immediately
Additional, fears that more lengthy, post-Brexit customs procedures will negatively influence just-in-time source chains have led manufacturing providers, specially during the aerospace, automotive, and pharmacy sectors, to consider expanding their storage capacity to handle further stocks to avoid delivery delays.

Japan vehicle manufacturer Honda states it relies on 350 trucks per working day to transportation components from Europe to help keep its production line at its Uk plant working, with only an hour’s worth of parts on hand.

DFDS, the Danish shipping and logistics team, claims its trailer vehicles arrive at Nissan’s vehicle plant in Sunderland, in northeast England, just about every half-hour, working day and night, via the 7 days with auto parts from Germany.

Airbus, the european aerospace company, has just a two-hour turnaround for its giant Beluga cargo jet that transports wings from its plant in Wales for aircraft being built in Toulouse, France, and Hamburg. “Given the just-in-time supply chains operated through the industry, even border delays of a several hours could materially undermine British isles competitiveness,” in line with a report this week by a parliamentary committee.

These looming troubles explain why about just one in seven European companies with British suppliers have switched some or all of their functions out with the country, as outlined by a survey of more than 2,000 supply chain managers by the UK’s Chartered Institute of procurement & Source.

Brexit’s most likely negative impression over the aviation sector was underscored by a report earlier this thirty day period that secret talks in January in between London and Washington over an “open skies” agreement once the Uk leaves the EU-US treaty, broke down just after US negotiators sought conditions that would exclude the UK’s main transatlantic carriers – IAG, the parent of British Airways and Iberia, Virgin Atlantic, and Norwegian Uk – because they would not meet ownership and control criteria.

Virgin Atlantic is at this time majority UK-owned with Sir Richard Branson holding a 51 per cent stake, but this could dilute when Air France proceeds with its planned purchase of a 31 per cent shareholding. IAG also has to meet the EU’s 50 p.c ownership rule to guarantee its European functioning rights.

But around the ground – or at the very least at sea – Brexit is just not nonetheless affecting its mainline “victims,” particularly short-sea ro-ro and container strains. DFDS booked its third consecutive record annual profit in 2017 and has placed orders for six mega ro-ro vessels in China – four of that may operate around the North Sea routes. And it remains bullish as Brexit negotiations move onto the main element difficulty of a completely new trade relationship involving the uk along with the European Union. “Going into 2018, trading seems overall robust and we foresee that Europe’s growth will mitigate the inevitable uncertainty caused by the Brexit negotiations,” stated Niels Smedegaard, CEO of your Copenhagen-based carrier, which operates a 50-ship fleet.

And Smedegaard also thinks DFDS can make hay out of Brexit’s “negative” factors and offset a achievable decline in trade. “In spite of your challenges Brexit may cause over the coming years, we can also see opportunities for providing our customers with new, valuable, customs clearance services just after Brexit, ought to customs clearance become vital.”

The port of Hamburg, struggling with sluggish container transport growth, is weighing the construction of a dedicated short-sea terminal; DSV, the Danish logistics group that is widely expected to launch a $1 billion acquisition in 2018, less than two years right after its $1.35 billion purchase of California-based freight forwarder UTi, has just set up a short-sea unit; Hong Kong-based Hutchison ports, the world’s top container terminal operator, recently acquired a 50 % stake in Amsterdam’s TMA Logistics, which has a short-sea terminal while in the Dutch port and logistics facilities in Antwerp.

Antwerp’s website traffic together with the Uk was down by nearly 8 per cent a year in 2017, but as the port is the country’s gateway to primary European industrial regions “we therefore seek to further expand our network of short-sea container services with all the Uk and Ireland,” in accordance with Luc Arnouts.

Birmingham port Working day
The port Authority is planning a shippers’ road show which include a port Working day in June in Birmingham, the UK’s second-largest city, located in the heart from the country’s industrial belt, followed by a stakeholders meeting in London.

Calais has started work with a three-year €700 million ($861 million) expansion project, such as new docks to handle larger ro-ro ships that was agreed to before the narrow Brexit vote in June 2016. This has created a “new“ problem, as outlined by the port’s CEO Jean-Marc puissesseau, but there won’t be any indications Calais is having next thoughts about its ambitious investments.

Meanwhile, transport companies were cheered because of the announcement earlier this month that Toyota, the Japanese auto manufacturer, will build its next-generation hatchback vehicle at its Uk plant, following earlier pledges by Honda and Nissan to build new models at their British factories, despite concerns over probable disruptions to source chains from the wake of Brexit.

And German ports are less concerned about Brexit right now than US president Donald Trump’s recent threat to impose taxes on European motor vehicles, if Brussels retaliates towards his plan to set tariffs on aluminum and steel imports. Bremerhaven, Europe’s major vehicle export port with forty p.c of its annual 2.1 million auto targeted visitors transported into the United states, has been on edge since the beginning of 2017 when Trump warned he would set a 35 per cent tax on autos imported into the us Chi hong CHAN.

For now European transporters and their shipper shoppers can breathe a sigh of relief that they can be not struggling with a cliff edge Brexit in a year’s time, thanks to this week’s transition offer.

Not for long, on the other hand, as there are press reports a secret research presented to senior users of your British federal government final week warned a new technology-driven customs system and infrastructure will never be ready by January 2021.

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