December 4, 2021
  • December 4, 2021

Graubünden in Switzerland offers winter fun without crowds: Travel Weekly

by on November 24, 2021 0

Félicité Long Travelers who want to return to Europe this winter – but without the mix associated with big cities – can escape in style to Graubünden, Switzerland’s largest region and a cold-weather playground that encompasses everything from off-the-beaten-path villages to renowned seaside resorts.And while skiing and snowboarding are famous in the region, there...

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URAM Extreme Park / KOSMOS Architects + Legato Sports Architecture

by on November 23, 2021 0

URAM Extreme Park / KOSMOS Architects + Legato Sports Architecture © Ilya Ivanov + 25 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/972376/uram-extreme-park-kosmos-architects-plus-legato-sports-architecture © Ilya Ivanov Text description provided by the architects. The largest extreme park in Europe opens its doors in Kazan. The new indoor sports center is located in...

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Monster Energy’s Richard Tury and Jhancarlos Gonzalez Take Second and Third Place at 27th Annual Tampa Am Skateboarding Competition | New

by on November 22, 2021 0

TAMPA, Florida, 22 November 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Another chapter in the history of the Tampa Am contest is in the books! Monster Energy congratulates the team rider Richard Tury taking second place at the 27th Annual Tampa Am Street Skateboarding Competition on Sunday. In front of a crowd full of energy at...

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Marques, 14, enjoys playing soccer, rollerblading

by on November 22, 2021 0

Brands Marques, 14, enjoys playing football. Marques is a social adolescent of African American and Caucasian descent who enjoys being active. Marques has a calm and friendly demeanor. He can be shy at first sometimes, but once he’s comfortable, he’s talkative and has a great sense of humor. Favorite Marques activities include roller skating,...

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Guide to Winter Skiing in the Midwest: 8 Resorts Suitable for Families, Ski Purists, or Windy Day Visitors | Business

by on November 21, 2021 0

CHICAGO – For the expanse of flat prairies that make up the Midwest, skiing options are decent – respectable even – with a handful of terrains and trails that rival more famous resorts to the east or west. And as the winter months emerge, conversations around masks and social distancing also continue for a...

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