The Swiss Parks-App invites you to the top walks in the 18 Swiss parks, guides you through nature, to authentic experiences, cultural points of interest and the culinary specialities. The app also gives a glimpse of the features of each individual park. You can look forward to the proven Swiss national maps as your basis. It is possible to use a variety of contents off-line, including maps of the routes.
Parks are the most original natural and cultural landscapes in Switzerland. They are to a large extent intact, variegated and dynamic and they are either natural habitats or those designed in harmony with nature by humans. The population of the park communities are proud of their exceptionally natural and cultural heritage. They have undertaken to maintain it and to use it with respect.
Sustainable mobility has been promoted in the park regions, so that it is possible to explore these fascinating landscapes by public transport. Set off now and visit us!
Your mobile park guide including:
- park portraits
- top natural and cultural points of interest
- tips for accommodation and meals
Note: Continual use of activated GPS in the background can dramatically reduce battery life.
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The Seafood Festival began in 1985 at the Kilkenny Fisherman‚ Co-op as a small, community fair that offered local seafood and a venue for local non-profit agencies to fundraise for their organizations. In the beginning, the founders of the Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival were all volunteers, and very few in numbers. What they produced was a fun, family-oriented event, that also showed Richmond Hill as a great place to live.
Today, thirteen years later, we are still mostly an all-volunteer committee of approximately 300 people (with the exception of a few paid entities such as police/safety, fire and emergency staff, bus drivers, and so on). The Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival has grown to a festival of 35,000 attendees featuring some of the best coastal seafood you can find, cooked in a variety of ways, premiere desserts, and who can forget the Kettle Corn and Peach Cobbler cooked by the Boy Scouts! We have over 50 arts and crafts booths showing their wares, business booth row showcasing numerous businesses around town, a 5K Crab Crawl, and oh, the entertainers.
You never know who is going to show up to perform at our event. Past entertainers include Little River Band, Lou Gramm & John Waite, Charlie Daniels, Survivor, Eddie
Money, The Blues Brothers, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Swingin‚ Medallions, Gregg Allman & Friends, The Original Tams and The O‚Kaysions
2013 FESTIVAL DATES
Friday, Oct. 18th.
Saturday, Oct. 19th
Sunday, Oct. 20th:
Map of Festival Site
The Lake Lanier Convention & Visitors Bureau has been guiding travelers to local hot spots and tranquil retreats for over 20 years. Backed by a network of locals who share the inside scoop on the newest places to dine out, boat, float and enjoy the Lake Lanier lifestyle, you’ll explore with the most reliable, up-to-date travel intelligence available. With the Best of Lake Lanier app, you can:
- Quickly find lodging for your stay with accommodations ranging from luxury resort to rustic campgrounds
- Explore dining options, recommended by locals for best lakeside dining, picnic fare and fine dining
- Scout the options for how to spend your time playing indoors or out
- Check out current events in real time from our online calendar featuring all the hottest happenings on Lake Lanier
- Navigate your way around by car or boat with GPS mapping and waypoints to all our recommended locations
- Get social with quick connect buttons to Lake Lanier’s Facebook, Twitter and our Slip Away Blog
Not visiting the lake during the hot summer season? No problem, the app will be updated regularly with seasonal content including fall foliage events, holiday happenings and arts performances. Lake Lanier is a year round destination, and our app will keep you updated through every season.
★★★★ .. great execution. Many hours of gameplay. Ultra Word Blitz is a keeper!
Ultra Word Blitz is a fast paced word game. Unscramble as many words as you can before the time runs out. In Endless mode, unscramble and string as many words together as you can. Each time you get a word corret the timer bar resets.. try and save those “Skips”.
In Blitz mode unscramble as many words as possible in 3 minutes.
★ Two Game Modes
★ Every round is a new Experience
★ Thousands of words
★ Super accurate dictionary / work check
★ A great way to exercise your brain!
This interactive mobile app will take you on a voice narrated, GPS enabled tour of the cemetery with historic photos and intriguing stories.
PLANNING YOUR TOUR:
Welcome to Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Cemeteries are outdoor art galleries, history museums and botanical gardens. We hope you enjoy your visit to Rome’s most tangible link to the past.
This tour will take you approximately two hours and will require walking and climbing steps, please wear comfortable shoes and bring water! There are no public restrooms or facilities within the Cemetery.
It is recommended that guests park in the public parking lot located at the intersection of Branham Ave and S. Broad St. However there is street parking along Myrtle St as well.
Please be respectful to others as this is still an active cemetery.
The Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau and the City of Rome are not liable for any injuries or issues arising from the use of this app.
This FREE mobile app will show you the Attractions, Shopping, Dining and Lodging options in Woodstock, as well as Events and a map of all locations listed.
Quickly find and filter lodging options
Explore Dining Options
Use the interactive map to find and visit great attractions
Dickson County is the home of the world famous Renaissance Center, where you will encounter the 2nd most advanced Cyber Sphere in the world. Stay in a cabin, bed and breakfast, contemporary hotel, or moderate hotel while you enjoy an entertaining dinner theater performance, laser light show, live country/bluegrass/gospel music show, One of Tennessee's 3 drive-in movie shows, planetarium show, cosmic bowling, indoor and/or outdoor put-put golf, laser tag, go-cart racing, and indoor playground at Seven Flags Park. Experience the historic iron ore village in Cumberland Furnace; visit the oldest working courthouse in Tennessee, 2 unique historic caves and a living history demonstration on an 1800's grist mill. Let the Farm lifestyle come to life as you tour one of several farms that provide education of where eggs, milk, and wool come from as well as how your ancestors cooked, made soap, brooms, corn husk dolls, clothes, candles, and much more. Hike a 19 mile trail, fish one of the 4 lakes or use the 6,000 sq. ft. conference room at Montgomery Bell State Park. If championship golfing, treasure hunting in antique stores or tea rooms suit your taste, Dickson County has it!
This mobile app Visitors Guide will offer the visitor DINING, LODGING, SHOPPING, ATTRACTIONS and EVENT information, online hotel booking options, GPS enabled mapping with category filters and contact information for Dickson County Tourism.
The app’s Connect feature provides up-to-date information on various events and happenings taking place in the area, and allows users to stay connected with the Albany CVB on Facebook, Twitter, and online.
The Discover Albany App improves the way you plan your visit to Albany and includes easy-to-browse comprehensive listings for events, dining, attractions, lodging and more!
With the Dalton Convention & Visitors Bureau app you can:
•Quickly find lodging for your stay and use the provided links to book online.
•Explore dining options.
•Find “things to do”, from hiking and mountain biking to train viewing and exploring Civil War battlegrounds.
•Navigate your way around Dalton using the integrated GPS mapping.
•“Get social” with quick connect buttons to Dalton CVB’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
This mobile app is a production of the Blount County Partnership, The Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority and Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson.
Parks and Attractions
Dining and Lodging
Ft. McAllister State Historic Park is located in Richmond Hill, GA on the banks of the Ogeechee River and is well preserved earthen Confederate fort from the Civil War.
In 1864, the full wrath of war finally arrived on Bryan County’s doorstep at sunset on December 13th. General Sherman knew the key to Savannah was taking Fort McAllister, so he swerved 4,500 of his troops south of the grand old city and ravaged all but a few of Bryan County’s plantations.
As Sherman watched from the roof of a rice mill across the Ogeechee River, the once invincible Ft. McAllister fell quickly with few casualties to either side. The general’s devastating March to the Sea ended when he entered Savannah without protest on Christmas Eve through her now unlocked back door.
Surrounding Richmond Hill, GA is full of history and offers many lodging, dining and shopping options for a fun filled adventure.
This FREE app features guides to hiking and biking trails in and around the National Park, including the Cades Cove Loop and the Maryville-Alcoa Trails. Also included is a listing of Outfitters, GPS enabled maps, social media and web links to travel information and MORE!
This app will provide the user with:
A schedule of the pre-race, race, and post-race events
A list of sponsors
Race Contact Information
Map of the course
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2. Updated Database.
3. Messgae feed with push notifications.