A hotel in Spain is coming under international ... case of discrimination against disabled people that breaks the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, ratified by Spain.” The international law prohibits “all.
Until that time, investors within the country are itching to get deals done, with news that Spanish hotel operator Barceló Hotel Group ... full rogue and try to engineer some kind of hard break from Spain. After all, they don't have the support of.
The limousine belonged to a business run by a Brazilian former car salesman named Alexandre Ventura Nogueira, who was offering the visitors a chance to invest in Trump's latest project - a 70-floor tower called the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and.
RUSSIAN hackers are stealing Brits’ air miles to fund a black market in luxury holidays, a report has found. Flights, hotels and car-hire are sold ... Avios points had been used to pay for a room in Spain under the names of Olga and Dmitry, reports.
Five-star hotels and cruises have been bought from illicit sites Russian cyber criminals are using British victims' reward points and airmiles to enjoy luxury holidays at budget ... was booked for three nights in Spain, using one legitimate name as the.
not to mention the deal also includes Airtours package holidays with a flight on Thomas Cook Airlines. Then, of course, there are all of the sunshine holiday destinations you could want including summer holiday favourites such as Spain, Greece and Turkey.
hotels and even car hire on the dark web at discounts of up to 75 per cent. The hacker 'travel agents' attractively package the holidays up to advertise them online like legitimate sellers - and their criminal customer base even leave photos and gushing.
An astonishing 15,000 villas ... Kirker Holidays (020 7593 1899; www.kirkerholidays.com) A new brochure on Spain from this bespoke holiday specialist features more than 100 of the country’s most comfortable and characterful hotels in the best locations.
MADRID, April 17 (Xinhua) -- The Easter holidays saw a 10-percent rise in hotel bookings in Spain, Spanish Minister of Public Works Inigo de la Serna said Monday. De la Serna said hotels in Spain were on average 90 percent full; a record which has not been.
Valencia could well be Spain's best-kept secret, says Mark Evans ... It looks like the inside of a five-star hotel, but with prices around half of what you'd pay in Dublin. Dinner with drinks? Twenty-five quid, with courses of meat and fish, washed.