Thursday, March 29, 2012

The Somerset Llandudno Hotel

The Somerset Llandudno Hotel is located on the north sea front of Llandudno, a Victorian town in North Wales. The hotel’s position gives convenient access to the town centre of Llandudno, as well as all of the attractions Llandudno has to offer.

The town is located on the coast of North Wales, easily accessible using the A55 expressway. Llandudno is surrounded by many other interesting places to visit, such as the town of Conwy and is within driving distance of Snowdonia National Park. Accommodation

Accommodaton
There is a wide range of accommodation available at this wonderful llandudno hotel with excellent views of Llandudno and the sea front. The hotel has a lift giving access to all floors for everyone. Single rooms are available at the front and rear of the hotel, as well as Premier rooms on the first and second floors with beautiful views of the bay. The hotel also has twin bedded and double rooms located on all floors, many with views of the seafront. All of the rooms in the hotel have en-suite facilities, many including a bath and shower. The Somerset Hotel is also pet friendly, welcoming well behaved animals for a small additional fee of £8 per day.

The hotel stands out for its child friendly atmosphere and facilities, also appealing to adults. There is a games room, pool table, darts board and dominoes. The hotel includes cots, high chairs and children’s meals as well.

Dining
When it comes to dining, the Somerset Hotel has a team of chefs which take pride in what they produce. They work hard to ensure you get what you’d like and are willing to accommodate for special dietary requirements where possible. Guests who have booked privately can dine at their own table in the Mostyn dining room, overlooking the Llandudno bay.

The Conference Room
The Conference Room As well as accommodation, the Somerset Hotel also offers a conference room and meeting venue for hire. The room is located on the ground floor and has excellent views over the Llandudno bay. The Conference Room is used for several purposes, including board meetings, exhibitions, team building, hospitality, special events and conferencing. The room is generally open to any use it may be required for.

Local Area
A stay at the Somerset Hotel is accompanied by the countless activities and places to visit throughout Llandudno and North Wales. Some of the local attractions include the Venue Cymru (within sight of the hotel), which opened in 2007 and is the hub of entertainment, conferencing and many large events in North Wales. There are many theatrical entertainments, dramas and concerts at the venue. Llandudno is famous for the Great Orme, a large limestone Headland which attracts thousands of visitors each year. It is home to the Copper Mines, a Victorian tramway and offers spectacular views of Llandudno and Snowdonia from its cable cars. Llandudno also has another beach, the West Shore, which is a much quieter area (being slightly further from the town centre). It is more popular with windsurfers and kite surfers; it has a sandy shoreline and sandy dunes. There is also a children’s play area, picnic area and cafe, West Shore also offers some excellent views of Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey.

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Dominican Cigars


The Dominican Republic is the World’s largest producer of cigars. The central islands are the main areas of production as their soil and environments are very ideal for tobacco growing.

There are over 600,000 acres of tobacco plant fields in the Dominican Republic which produce very distinctive cigars of very fine quality and excellent taste. Dominican Cigars are usually much milder than Cuban cigars, which are always very full bodied. There’s a large range of full flavoured brands with tasteful and interesting blends.

There are many different types of cigars that are produced in the Dominican republic and they are very popular among cigar smokers. Some of the popular brands include Santa Damiana, La Aurora and Macanudo.

Friday, March 02, 2012

Honduran cigars

Honduras is a republic in Central America, popular for its cigar exports. The Honduras Tobacco industry advanced after the Cuban Revolution in the 1960’s. In this period, the Cuban tobacco experts made Honduras their new home and brought a wealth of knowledge regarding the tobacco industry.

The soil and climate is an ideal environment for tobacco plants, cigars made here are very high quality, with a distinct taste and aroma, making the cigars a popular choice among cigar smokers.

Honduran cigars are typically heavy and full bodied, usually being stronger than Dominican or Nicaraguan cigars, but there is also a large range of milder Honduran cigars.

Some popular Honduran cigars include La Invicta, Cao and Don Ramos, Cao Italia Novella and Caribbean Corona.

Cuban Cigars

Havanan is the capital and the largest city in Cuba. Havanan is well known for producing some very fine cigars, particularly the world famous Habanos Cigars.

Habanos S.A. controls the promotion, distribution and export of Cuban cigars and other tobacco products worldwide. Habanos S.A. export to only one company in each country; in the UK they export to Hunters and Frankau.

There are many quality cigar brands throughout Cuba. The cigars are rolled from tobacco leaves found throughout the country, the filler, binder and wrapper often come from different parts of the island.

Cuban cigar rollers are known as “torcedores”, and are claimed by many cigar experts to be the most skilled cigar rollers in the world, highly respected in Cuba and often travel worldwide displaying their ability to hand roll cigars.

Thursday, March 01, 2012

South African Red Wine

South Africa’s wine history can be dated back to 1659, when the Dutch East Indian Company were exploring the area. Kan Van Riebeeck, a Dutch surgeon, was planting vineyards to produce grapes and wine to help prevent scurvy among the sailors. Wine production is still centred around Cape Town as it was then.

There is now many vineyards and wine production in Paarl, Stellenbosch, Worcesterm Constantia, Breede River Valley, Overberg and Klein Karoo. The regions produce many quality white and South African Red Wines, which are mostly made in small quantities. Many buyers find the affordable price very appealing, as well as the unique flavours (which unfortunately you don’t find with supermarket bought South African wine).

It is easy to take a disliking to a wine if you have a bad experience, so buying tasted wine from a good online source will ensure you get the best stuff. Pinotage, a hybrid wine of Pinot Noir and Hermitage can make an amazing wine; but isn’t too good if it’s not done correctly!