PRESS-NEWS.org - Press Release Distribution
PRESS RELEASES DISTRIBUTION

Hotels-Paris.co.uk - Paris Versailles Walk 'Just Around the Corner'

A run that takes in the Eiffel Tower and the Chateau de Versailles is taking place in Paris next month.

2010-08-12
PARIS, FRANCE, August 12, 2010 (Press-News.org) Travellers keen to stretch their legs during their stay at hotels in Paris could take part in the Paris Versailles Walk on September 26th.

This event has been running for more than 30 years and sees participants traverse the stunning streets of the French capital while onlookers cheer them to the finish line.

It could be an ideal way for tourists to see the sights of Paris while on the move, since the challenge begins on the steps of the Eiffel Tower and ends at the Chateau de Versailles.

Anyone who has not prepared their bodies for a 16km run - or jog, depending on fitness - may wish to attend the event to applaud those taking part.

While it is free to cheer people on, it costs EUR26 to sign up for the race, which takes in several different roads, such as the Tunnel Andre Citroen, the Garigliano Bridge, the Cote des Gardes and the Route de la Fontaine d'Ursine before reaching the final destination.

It could finally be the lucky year for a Kenyan runner named Wangari, who has finished in second place for the past three years, with his compatriot Maregu winning in 2007 and 2008 and Moroccan athlete El Hachimi taking the title in 2009.

Professional entrants such as these will begin the run at 10:00 local time, with everyone else setting off in waves from then on.

For more information on this event visit the Paris Versailles Association website or contact the venue on +33 (0) 1 44 11 23 23.

Editors Notes

www.hotels-paris.co.uk is the latest website from the team behind successful London specialist hotel provider, Hotels-London.co.uk. Hotels-London has been online since the very beginning of the online boom over 11 years ago and is still going strong today. Hotels-Paris will expand the brand further by providing over 500 hand-selected hotels and apartments in and around Paris to suit every budget, from 2-star bed and breakfasts to 5-star boutique hotels.

Hotels-Paris customers will be able to take advantage of discounts up to 70% off the published room rate by booking online 24 hours a day, or calling the dedicated team of experts who are always happy to help make bookings and offer advice about where to stay and what to do in the city.

As well as accommodation, Hotels-Paris will also help people make the most of their stay by offering comprehensive, interactive guides to Paris, with area information, attractions, events and airport transfers, theatre tickets and sightseeing tours - you can plan and book your entire holiday from one site.

To view Hotels-Paris.com press pages please see http://www.hotels-paris.co.uk/.


ELSE PRESS RELEASES FROM THIS DATE:

Hotels-London.co.uk - Check Out Astronomy Photographer of the Year in London

2010-08-12
Stargazers staying at a hotel in London later this summer should head to the Royal Observatory Greenwich to see the Astronomy Photographer of the Year exhibition. This stunning display of some of the best images captured this year can be visited from September 10th 2010 until January 9th 2011, with entry costing nothing. There are several categories that entrants can win an award in, such as earth and space, deep space, our solar system, best newcomer and young astronomy photographer of the year. Visitors will be able to see the winners in each of these sections, ...

Herban Feast Savors Summer with New Pig Roast Catering Option for Outdoor Parties

Herban Feast Savors Summer with New Pig Roast Catering Option for Outdoor Parties
2010-08-12
Award-winning caterer Herban Feast's (www.herbanfeast.com) new "Pig Roast Party" transforms summer festivities with a unique catering option that draws on an incredibly popular restaurant concept. Providing a dynamic centerpiece, festive theme and delicious eats, the Herban Feast Pig Roast is perfect for a variety of events, including company picnics, engagement celebrations, wedding receptions, and outdoor gatherings. The concept of Dalis Chea (Executive chef at Herban Feast and Fresh Bistro) Herban Feast's Pig Roast is available in four culturally-themed selections ...

Zafesoft Launches European Operations

Zafesoft Launches European Operations
2010-08-12
Zafesoft Inc. (Zafesoft) today announced the start of it European sales and services operations enabled by a close partnership with Switzerland-based SYNTSYS. The new organization will cover Europe with dedicated sales and engineering people. "It's the information that is valuable. There is huge unmet need to secure editable content in European organizations. Organizations have contract workers, offshore users, and internal people with access to sensitive information, which must be tracked and protected. Zafesoft provides this," said Chretien Minke, Head of European ...

Clarke Auction's Eighth Fine Auction Opens at Spectacular New Larchmont Location - Sunday, September 12, 2010.

Clarke Auctions Eighth Fine Auction Opens at Spectacular New Larchmont Location - Sunday, September 12, 2010.
2010-08-12
On Sunday, September 12, 2010at 2:00 pm, Clarke will open its cavernous new facility with its Eighth Fine Art Auction, featuring fresh-to-market and exceptional 19th and 20th Century paintings and sculpture. Clarke's latest Fine Art Auction will again offer estate-consigned, unusual, and exceptional works from artists such as Andy Warhol; a collection of African-American works from Romare Bearden, Bob Thompson, and others; an orientalist oil by Edwin Lord Weeks, oils by Anton Hung and other Balinese artists, a Warhol collection, WPA-era American paintings, and the ...

Orthodontist in Bergen County Strongly Suggests Bringing Your Child to the Orthodontist by the Age of 7

2010-08-12
Ever wonder how many people are not satisfied with their smiles? Many people are indeed not satisfied with their smiles for many reasons. The main reason is that a lot of people wish they had straighter teeth. There is no need to continue feeling this way when there are services of an orthodontist available. A person may be interested in these services for not only cosmetic reasons but as well as health reasons. Patients from New Jersey and New York have trusted in Dr. Aminyar's orthodontic field for many years. Dr. Aminyar says: "There is no need for someone to be unhappy ...

AGVSPORT: A Quarter Century and Beyond

AGVSPORT: A Quarter Century and Beyond
2010-08-12
This year marks the 20th anniversary celebrating AGVSPORT's sponsorship of the California Superbike School. Keith Code, founder of the number one bike school, has taught over 100,000 racers including 15 superbike champions who have taken AGVSPORT leathers to the podium. To add on to their historic year AGVSPORT has reached a long term and exclusive licensing agreement with their official U.S. distributor Motonation, a San Diego based company offering products from American and Italian designers. Motonation now has coverage from head-to-toe of the highest quality motorcycle ...

Athena Releases the First and Only Firewall Configuration Debugger Tool; Offers Powerful Offline Troubleshooting for Service Availability Issues

2010-08-12
Athena Security, the makers of Athena FirePAC, a comprehensive enterprise firewall audit and operations tool, today announced availability of the Configuration Debugger, the first and only software solution that network engineers can use for offline troubleshooting of service availability issues on Cisco, Check Point and Netscreen firewalls. Rather than using actual packets, Athena analyzes how "virtual packets" (which could be also be based on service and address ranges) would traverse all of the ACL, NAT and route rules that match the search criteria. With this information, ...

Stem Cells Repair Brain Damage: Umbilical Cord Blood and Developing Tooth Buds Contain Stem Cells That Can Change Lives; Stem Cells from Developing Tooth Buds Offer a Second Chance for Stem Cells

2010-08-12
Dr. Franco and New Heart Foundation's licensee, Cord Blood Registry, recently posted encouraging results using a patient's cord blood stem cells to treat her after a drowning accident left her with moderate to severe brain damage. Two year old Sparrow Morris drowned in her family's pool and as a result lost oxygen for approximately 45 minutes and suffered two cardiac arrests. She was not expected to live. She did survive the drowning, but was but left with significant brain damage She was a beautiful two year old who only functioned at the level of a 3 month old ...

Stretch For Health Expands Current Sales Model to Allow for Consignment of DVD Products

2010-08-12
Stretch For Health, founded by Susan "Anasuya" Raglin, has expanded the current DVD distribution model from only online sales to "brick and mortar" retail partners as well. As with traditional retail models the DVD products offered by Stretch For Health can be purchased at wholesale prices but a consignment structure has been added as well. The decision to include a consignment structure was made after a pilot program garnered healthy in store sales for the retail partner. "We are happy to announce the ability to provide both wholesale and consignment models to offline ...

Debt Settlement Regulations Creating Lucrative Opportunities

2010-08-12
Suddenly, the debt settlement industry has been forced to shift their focus dramatically to better provide financial services to struggling Americans. The Federal Trade Commission's regulation of the debt settlement industry has created an opportunity to help small business owners and solve the growing problem of financial hardships for the average American. The new FTC ruling prevents debt companies from charging any upfront fees before they have reduced a client's unsecured debt. Many of these small businesses cannot afford to service a consumer without immediate ...

LAST 30 PRESS RELEASES:

Generative AI tools like Pix2Pix–BicycleGAN are revolutionizing landscape design by enhancing masterplan generation and rendering

Expanding APAC presence, Insilico Medicine seals strategic collaboration on AI-driven mash therapy development with Korean Biotech Therasid Bioscience

When it comes to butterflies, people prefer pretty ones. That’s a problem for scientists.

UBC Okanagan study raises concerns about partner violence in queer relationships

Human-infecting parasite produces sterile soldiers like ants and termites

The unintended consequences of success against malaria

Taco-shaped arthropod from Royal Ontario Museum’s Burgess Shale fossils gives new insights into the history of the first mandibulates

Butterflies accumulate enough static electricity to attract pollen without contact, new research finds

Eyes for Love: Searching for light and a mate in the deep, dark sea, male dragonfishes grow larger eyes than the females they seek

PNNL scientists tap nation’s fastest computers to explore critical science questions

Peri-operative care of transgender and gender-diverse individuals: new guidance for clinicians and departments published

Clinical psychologist’s book addresses largely ignored problem: social anxiety

Researchers leveraging AI to train (robotic) dogs to respond to their masters

Drawing water from dry air

Combining trapped atoms and photonics for new quantum devices

A new way to make element 116 opens the door to heavier atoms

New genetic tool could identify drug targets for diseases associated with metabolic dysfunction

Plant Biologist Siobhan Brady named HHMI Investigator

Long-acting injectable cabotegravir for HIV prevention is safe in pregnancy

Large language models don’t behave like people, even though we may expect them to

NREL researchers highlight opportunities for manufacturing perovskite solar panels with a long-term vision

Top Medicare advantage plans less available in disadvantaged areas

Better carbon storage better carbon storage with stacked geology with stacked geology

Sharp temperature reduction for quantum dots in polymer by highly efficient heat dissipation pathways

UAF researcher creates way to detect elusive volcanic vibrations

Lissajous pattern multi-pass cell: Enhancing high sensitivity and simultaneous dual-gas LITES sensing

Asexual reproduction usually leads to a lack of genetic diversity. Not for these ants.

Mini lungs make major COVID-19 discoveries possible

Exploratory analysis associates HIV drug abacavir with elevated cardiovascular disease risk in large global trial

Control of light–matter interactions in two-dimensional materials with nanoparticle-on-mirror structures

[Press-News.org] Hotels-Paris.co.uk - Paris Versailles Walk 'Just Around the Corner'
A run that takes in the Eiffel Tower and the Chateau de Versailles is taking place in Paris next month.