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Tourism Ambassador Hotels.com: 120 percent more Brits going to Vienna London/Berlin, July 10, 2009 the British of love Bruno. With the figure of the gay fashion reporter Bruno from Austria, provocateur Sasha made Baron Cohen for true hysteria in the British Isles. A week after the theatrical release in the UK, a considerable fan base in the United Kingdom has formed to the extroverted character. That sometimes even goes so far, that the British are becoming more and more interested in the supposed home of the fictional character. We have found that the demand of from our customers in United Kingdom for hotels in Vienna has grown in just one week to a whopping 120 percent", so Alison Couper, Director of communications Hotels.com EMEA. Initially, we were somewhat puzzled and could not explain this development. Only when one of our staff reported his cinema, we had a justification for throwing interest in Austria", says Couper. But the disappointment of the British Bruno fans will not be be quite large if they determine that Bruno (fortunately) has nothing to do with the real Austrians? We do not believe that", says Couper. Vienna, as well as the rest of the Alpine Republic have to offer plenty of tourist attractions, which will impress the guests from abroad without Bruno"sure is Couper. About Hotels.com as part of the Expedia group, which is active in all major markets with a professional team, includes the portfolio by Hotels.com more than 100,000 quality hotels, Bed & Breakfast Hotels and service apartments around the world. A customer finds the same booking for a hotel with another provider competitive rates, paid in advance, Hotels.com will refund the difference. Hotels.com has one of the largest independent hotel teams in the industry, as well as 1.3 million guest reviews of previous hotel guests...
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Jordan Travel Tourism The country of Jordan is bordered by the Iraq to Israel, Syria, and even Saudi Arabia. The country has only round 26 km of coastline on the Gulf of Aqaba. Officially includes also the West Bank and East Jerusalem to the country Jordan also. Israel is however very stubbornly occupying those areas. The country issued its claim on the Westjordnaland on the PLO in 1988. The Jordanian economy is based primarily on the phosphates, as well as a burgeoning tourism which makes a round trip to the most important historical sites, so for example to the city a special experience will be Petra. The climate in the country has hot, dry summer. The winters are rather cool and humid. In the valleys there is at least warm summer hot but in winter. Tourism in Jordan: The city Aqaba (a seaport situated on the Gulf of Aqaba) provides travel, beaches, water and diving for every Jordan. The beautiful, ancient city of Petra attracts visitors who are particularly interested in relics of the Nabataeans. The better-known city Amman (the capital of the Kingdom of Jordan) slowly established itself as a center of Arab art and culture. In Jordan, you will find also the cities of Zarqa (an industrial city in Jordan, which is known primarily as the birthplace of a terrorist), Irbid (the city was known in antiquity also Arabella). It is the 2nd largest city in Jordan and has 2 very interesting museums to offer. The city represents the starting point for many excursions in the northern Jordan Valley.