Important news before you travel:
If you are in the United States you should be aware of certain Travel Advisories which are given to citizens who choose to travel abroad. These advisories can affect you and may even change your travel plans. So before you go to the airport you should always check to see if your destination country is on the List of the United States Government Travel Advisories.
For more information: Check out the link below which will send you to the US Governments official website.
BUENOS AIRES - ARGENTINA
Buenos Aires is called the “Paris of South America,” because of it's architecture and rich European heritage. But the city and its people, known as porteños, are a study in ...read more
MOUNT RAINIER VOLCANO
An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning six major rivers. Subalpine wildflower meadows ring the icy volcano while ancient forest cloaks Mount Rainier’s lower slopes...read more
A VISIT TO AUSTRIA
Origins of modern-day Austria date back to the time of the Habsburg dynasty, when the vast majority of the country was a part of the Holy Roman Empire. Austria is full of rich history and culture spanning centuries....read more
NEW YORK'S JFK AIRPORT
JFK international airport is located 15 miles by highway from midtown Manhattan. JFK’s terminals, parking lots and hotels operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and cover more than 880 acres.
If you choose to enter the terminal with the passenger, please be aware that only ticketed passengers will be allowed past the security checkpoint. However, you may enjoy any of the areas before security. As an alternative, you may drop off your passengers at the Kiss and Fly located at the Lefferts Boulevard AirTrain Station where they can ride AirTrain free of charge to their terminal in just 10 minutes.
Electric Vehicle Charging
Air travelers who own electric vehicles can charge them at Kennedy International....read more
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INSIDE THE MONTREAL MUSEUM
OF FINE ARTS
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts was founded in 1860 by Bishop Fulford. At the time, The Art Association of Montreal was created to encourage the appreciation of fine arts among the people of the city and today has one of the highest attendance rates among Canadian museums.
Every year, more than 1 million people visit its unique encyclopedic and its original temporary exhibitions, which combine artistic disciplines (fine arts, music, film, fashion, design) and feature innovative exhibition designs. It conceives, produces and circulates many of its exhibitions across Europe and North America.
Over 200,000 families and schoolchildren take part in its educational, cultural and community-oriented programmes each year. The fall of 2011 saw the opening of a fourth pavilion at the Museum - the Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion of Quebec and Canadian Art - and a 444-seat concert venue - Bourgie Hall - housing an outstanding collection of Tiffany stained glass windows.
This expansion also brought about the reinstallation of the Museum’s rich holdings in its other three pavilions, which house the world cultures, international art, Medieval to contemporary European art, and decorative art and design collections. Music is now an integral part of the Museum, providing another perspective on the visual arts, through musical audioguides and other innovative activities.
The Studios Art & Education Michel de la Chenelière, which were inaugurated in 2012, have almost doubled the Museum’s facilities for schools, families and community groups. A fifth pavilion devoted to international art and education will open its doors in 2017 for Montreal’s 375th anniversary.
The MMFA is spread across four pavilions, and occupies a total surface area of 45,067 square metres (485,100 sq ft), including 13,000 square metres (140,000 sq ft) of exhibition space. A fifth pavilion is currently under construction, which will have a surface area of 3,460 square metres (37,200 sq ft). This expansion will make it the eighteenth largest art museum in North America.
The permanent collection includes approximately 40,000 works. The original 'reading room' of the Art Association of Montreal was the precursor of the current library of the museum. It is the oldest library in Canada dedicated to art.
In October 2004, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts launched Sharing the Museum, a collaborative educational programme for non-profit community organizations. Any community organization that works with cultural communities, senior citizens, youth at risk, people from poorer neighbourhoods, disadvantaged families or those with physical and intellectual disabilities is invited to participate in the programme.
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