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Travel and Tourism. For this task I will script a welcome meeting for two destinations, which will be Disneyland Paris, and Manhattan in New York.

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-1- A02 For this task I will script a welcome meeting for two destinations, which will be Disneyland Paris, and Manhattan in New York. Paris Hello everybody, and first of all I would like to thank you for attending the welcome meeting on the 1st July, here at the Disneyland Hotel! I will try not to keep you here long as I am sure you want to explore the park and the hotel on this hot summer's day, so basically the reason I am having this welcome meeting is to tell you a bit about the hotel, but mainly about the area around the hotel, and of course Paris' Magic Kingdom and the Walt Disney studios! So first of all I would like to tell you about the entrance to the park, as guests of the Disneyland Hotel, you are able to watch the guests as they line up outside the imposing gates each morning and then stream into the park from underneath the hotel! This is always a nice thing to do, especially if you have kids with you, as we all know how they can get in the long cues. Now I would like to warn you about something, you will have to watch for the clocks which run backwards in the corridors as this may confuse some of you! Characters roam the lobby and the hall ways throughout the day and a tip for all you kids - there is a small room on the third floor of the hotel from which they appear, starting at 7.30am each morning - every thirty minutes. ...read more.

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There are 4 main team building activities - 'Treasure hunt at disneyland park', 'in search of the last reel at Walt Disney studio park', 'Davy Crockett adventure at Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch'. Along with the Disneyland golf. My favourite being the Davy Crockett ranch. This treetop adventure trail takes you up to 17 metres high in a fully grown forest. There are five levels to explore, from beginners and children above 1.1 metres to super fit and super brave. Swings, trapezes, rope bridges and ladders await you for some of the most intense thrills you'll have anywhere. It is a chance to discover new sensations. As well as learn about the forest and your own limits. That is all I have say so apart from that I hope your stay is a good one. -5- And now I'd like to open the floor to questions. And since they never get a chance to speak, why don't we start with the married men? Thanks for coming. . Manhattan Hello everyone, I hope your trip wasn't too bad. To begin with I would like to welcome you all to the Surrey hotel here in Manhattan. And I would to thank you all for attending this welcome meeting on the 13th march. I will do my best not to hold you here for too long as I am in no doubt that you will want to get outside on this snowy day! So I am going to tell you a bit about the hotel and the attractions and trips you can visit while on your holiday. ...read more.

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And kids! why not try and look for three amazing Snow Leopards which joined the zoo just last year. Also there are two ice skating rinks to enjoy and there is also a public swimming pool although it might be slightly too cold for that, however march in Manhattan is a rather unpredictable month for weather so we could soon have a sunny day and the swimming pool could be an ideal day out. One other place our hotel has trips to, possibly for the elderly lot or those interested in history is the Belvedere castle which is situated mid-park on 79th street. Besides offering breathtaking views the Castle also serves as a weather station, in fact whenever you see a local news broadcast that gives the temperature in Central Park, the readings are taken at Belvedere Castle. It also serves as the Henry Luce Nature Observatory so this is a really interesting place is visit. Inside are collections of natural history artifacts (skeletons, paper Mache birds) as well as microscopes and telescopes, all designed to give young visitors an insight into methodology of naturalists. Aspiring scientists can borrow field packs that contain binoculars, reference material, maps, and notepaper, which can all be used to explore the Ramble, or to study the -9- aquatic life from the edge of Turtle Pond. And lastly the Castle is also the favorite haunt of many of Central Park's cadre of dedicated bird watchers, a great place to catch a glimpse of hawks, kestrels or osprey. That is everything I have to say, so if there is any question feel free to see me and I will be happy to answer any query you may have. Thank you for listening. ...read more.

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