Presstrip: European Gay Lesbian Youth Conference 2005
Sunday, July 31st
08:00 pm Dinner in a gay-friendly restaurant with a
representative of Geneva Tourism. Possibility to enjoy nightlife.
Monday, August 1st (Swiss National Day Bank Holiday)
09:00 am Meeting with Mr. François Haaker-Chijner, Secretary
General of "Dialogai (Homosexual Association based in Geneva)
10 :00 am Transfer to the countryside for typical 1st August brunch at a farm.
12:00 City tour:
- International Organizations
- Lake Side / Water Fountain
- Bains des Pâquis
- English Garden
06.10 pm Visit to the Lavaux vineyards for an aperitif in a typical wine cellar.
07.00 pm Transfer to Lausanne to the restaurant "le Pure" (Situated in the heart of the new Flon area, this modern restaurant offers a wide selection of "design" dishes mostly italian and French. Enjoy your food in a very plain and sober decoration with very friendly waiters.) (be ma hynna'n feddwl?)
10.00 pm Enjoy nightlife in Lausanne and the fireworks for the
Swiss national day (We suggest you to discover the different possibilities of nightlife for the Gay & Lesbian)
Tuesday, August 2nd 2003
09.30 am Transfer by coach to Olympic Museum and visit of the museum
10.45 am Transfer at the restaurant "Le Jet Lag" and meeting with
two representatives of "Vogay" (TBC)
(Jet Lag is a friendly restaurant. French and exotic
cooking with a cosy atmosphere.)
Time for leisure
Dinner with the participants of the European Gay
Lesbian Youth Conference
Wednesday, August 3, 2005
01.30 pm Departure for a guided sightseeing tour though the Lower
and Upper Country of the Principality of Liechtenstein
03.00 pm Visit of the Galina falconry in Malbun (alpine area),
an exciting experience to get close to eagles, falcons, hawks and
05.30 pm Wine degustation at the Wine Cellars of the Prince of
Friday August 4, 2005
10.00 am Press Conference at Congress Center Davos
02.30 pm Meeting the guide Maya Schmuker (bonus! schmucker!) and take the mountain railway up to Schatzalp. Test the summer sledging, visit the alpinum schatzalp (alpine flowers) or go on a short hike. (hmmmm...)
Saturday, August 5, 2005
Tour through the trendy Zurich West
07.00 pm Dinner at Restaurant Kochs ("kochs". hehehe)
Dancing in the Club Labyrinth (Guestlist) (waaaaw...)
Sunday, August 7, 2005
Guided tour through the old part of Zurich (ac adre wedyn...)
Date: Mon, Jul 11, 2005 11:40 am +0100
Subject: Granada Television
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Phone: ***** ******
TV Company seeks applicants for new summer show.
With 20 leading celebrities already waiting to model for you Granada TV are looking for artists who can aspire to the title of Britains most talented amateur portrait painter and to appear in a new television series called 'A Brush with Fame'. 9 cities around Britain will play regional hosts to a national art road show, giving would-be artists the chance to win both the title and a contract with Washington Green, Europes largest art publisher, at a grand final in London later in the year. Graham Alexander Lee, owner and publisher of Art-Travels, the only Internet directory in the U.K. dedicated to art tourism said, "When I was approached by a friend at Granada TV to help promote the series, I knew that it was a unique chance for the thousands of gifted painters we have in the U.K. not only to paint or draw a famous personality but also to have their work nationally recognised."
"There has never been an opportunity like this before. I know that there are plans to regularly feature contestants on 'Good Morning' with Fern Britton and Phillip Schofield as well as frequent progress reports on GMTV. With this combination of enthusiasm, celebrity involvement and media spotlight the programme is bound to be compulsive viewing."
Carol Smiley, star of B.B.C. TV's "Changing Rooms" and the current hit daytime show "The People's Court", has been confirmed as presenter, with celebrity artist and Royal portrait painter Christian Furr as chairman of the judging panel. Granada TV and their production team are looking for anyone and everyone who has ever fancied putting pen, ink or paint to paper to come forward and are actively encouraging less experienced and aspiring painters to apply. This is an exceptional competition, open to anyone over the age of 18, so apply now while places are still available.
For more information on how to enter this unique Granada TV competition contact *********.
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