Your browser does not support the audio element. LISTEN: Bruce Arians, Former Cardinals’ Head Coach When it comes down to whether or not Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald retires, former head coach Bruce Arians gave his two cents Friday.“I truly believe he would like to play in the right system, and everything that falls right, I think he’d like to play one more year and come back one more year and come in second,” Arians said on the Burns & Gambo Show on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians and Larry Fitzgerald watch players during an NFL football organized team activity, Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at the Cardinals’ training facility in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) 1 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo It wouldn’t come as much of a shock should he decide to stay for another season given his 2017 campaign.Last season, he reeled in 109 receptions, tying his career-high he set in 2015, for 1,156 yards and six touchdowns. He also had his first pass completion when he connected with fellow receiver Jaron Brown for 21 yards.If Fitzgerald were to stay, he would have a legitimate shot at passing Terrell Owens at 15,934 yards for second on the all-time receiving yards list. Fitzgerald is currently at 15,545. He could also make a run at former NFL tight end Tony Gonzalez at 1,325, for the No. 2 spot on the all-time receptions list. At 1,234, Fitzgerald needs 92 to pass him — a number he’s surpassed seven times in his career.But his on-the-field performance isn’t the only thing that gives Fitzgerald his All-Pro demeanor, according to Arians.“You can never talk about Larry until you talk about the person, what he means to the organization,” Arians said. “Being able to have him as a leader on how to do everything right in your life as a player and then play hard, practice hard, all those things, that all comes second.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories
Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) 23 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Even with the Arizona Cardinals adding new faces to the trenches, one website is projecting the offensive line close to the bottom of the NFL barrel.Using factors such as past performance grades, college evaluations and age projections, Pro Football Focus compiled a preseason offensive line ranking, and the Cardinals’ projected lineup of A.Q. Shipley, Mike Iupati, D.J. Humphries, Justin Pugh and Andre Smith ranked 27th. Top Stories Partially because of injuries, Arizona had 217 pressures surrendered with seven different linemen allowing two or more sacks, according to PFF.Pair that with losing starting running back David Johnson and the cards were really stacked against the O-line.Looking at the NFC West as a whole, PFF ranked the Los Angeles Rams’ offensive front at No. 10, the San Francisco 49ers 16th and the Seattle Seahawks 30th.The Philadelphia Eagles took home the top spot in the NFL with tackle Jason Peters and center Jason Kelce highlighting the group, while the Houston Texans held down the No. 32 spot for a second year straight.Below are the grades for each projected starter: – / 5 While the line has a different look in 2018, one of the biggest reasons for the low rank might come as little surprise to anyone familiar with the team.This group will look much different than the 2017 version – which can’t be a bad thing. The only problem is that this group – more than maybe any other in the NFL – has serious injury concerns. Almost every starter has missed significant time in each of the past two seasons and the Cardinals don’t exactly have quality depth to make up for it. If Mike Iupati, Justin Pugh and Andre Smith all return back to their career-best form, this could be a top-10 group. The odds of that happening, or even them playing all 16 games, seems incredibly slim after all the injuries they’ve suffered.Out of the linemen only Shipley managed to make it a full 16 games in 2017. Iupati (one game played), Pugh (eight), Humphries (five) and Smith (13) all missed multiple games last year.While the ranking is less than ideal, the moves the team made in the offseason did move the needle slightly from last season.Related LinksReturning from knee injury, Cardinals’ D.J. Humphries eyes a better 2018Cardinals OL Justin Pugh: Don’t include me on your injury-prone listArizona Cardinals sign former Bengals OT Andre SmithAfter the Cardinals offensive line started ranked No. 17 in PFF’s 2017 preaseaon rankings, they fell all the way to No. 31 by the end of the year. It was no surprise. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The New Orleans Saints knocked the Los Angeles Rams from the ranks of the unbeaten with an impressive 45-35 win in The Big Easy Sunday. That, and their current seven-game winning streak are enough to propel them into the top spot in this week’s Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings.The Rams fall to fourth, with the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs nudging ahead of Sean McVay’s team in this week’s pecking order. 32.Oakland Raiders1-7lost to San Francisco 34-3(▼1)Lost to a horrible football team by 31 points. 13.Philadelphia Eagles4-4Bye week(▲3)A visit from Dallas awaits the Super Bowl champs. 26.New York Jets3-6lost to Miami 13-9(▼2)Darnold has two TDs and seven picks over his last three games. 17.Seattle Seahawks4-4lost to LA Chargers 25-17(▼3)Might be facing the incredibly rare LA sweep in back-to-back weeks with Rams looming. 5.Carolina Panthers6-2beat Tampa Bay 42-28(–)Carolina just keeps on rolling along. 27.Cleveland Browns2-6-1lost to Kansas City 37-21(–)Only losing by 16 to the Chiefs kinda feels like a win for the Browns. Kinda. 16.Green Bay Packers3-4-1lost to New England 31-17(▼4)Packers’ frustration grows with third loss in last four contests. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 2.New England Patriots7-2beat Green Bay 31-17(▲1)Pats cash in on huge fumble in the fourth quarter for SNF win. 6.Pittsburgh Steelers5-2-1beat Baltimore 23-16(–)Le’Veon’s misspelled tweet might indicate he’s on his way to Pittsburgh. 1.New Orleans Saints7-1beat LA Rams 45-35(▲1)Drew Brees and Alvin Kamara shined in league’s biggest game of the season so far. 19.Tennessee Titans4-4beat Dallas 28-14(▲7)Titans win the game on third down, converting 11-of-14 against Cowboys’ defense. 31.Buffalo Bills2-7lost to Chicago 41-9(▼1)Only three picks for Nathan Peterman? Hey, he’s getting better. 3.Kansas City Chiefs8-1beat Cleveland 37-21(▲1)Chiefs had five touchdowns on their first six possessions in easy win. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 28.Arizona Cardinals2-6Bye week(–)Can the Cardinals hang with the Chiefs? Can anyone? 15.Atlanta Falcons4-4beat Washington 38-14(▲4)Matt Ryan continues to put up incredible numbers; 17 TDs, 1 pick in last six games. 4.Los Angeles Rams8-1lost to New Orleans 45-35(▼3)Goff’s late second-quarter pick loomed large in Rams’ first loss. 11.Houston Texans6-3beat Denver 19-17(▲2)Winning streak alive thanks to missed FG at the gun. 9.Cincinnati Bengals5-3Bye week(–)Good news: they’re rested. Bad news: Saints are coming to town. 7.Los Angeles Chargers6-2beat Seattle 25-17(–)Five straight wins against five mediocre to bad opponents. There’s also a new team in the cellar — the Oakland Raiders, who continued their nightmare of a season with an embarrassing 34-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, who aren’t good themselves, and were led by a quarterback making his first-ever NFL start on national television.Here’s a look at this week’s order:Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings – Week 10 21.Jacksonville Jaguars3-5Bye Week(▲1)Will try to break their four-game skid in Indy. RankTeamRecordResultMovementComment 22.Detroit Lions3-5lost to Minnesota 24-9(▼4)Lions have only 23 points in the last two weeks — but amazing posture. 24.Tampa Bay Buccaneers3-5lost to Carolina 42-28(▼1)Fall behind early, Fitzpatrick leads comeback that falls short…where have I heard this before? 10.Chicago Bears5-3beat Buffalo 41-9(▲1)Two defensive TDs in second quarter help bury the Bills. 23.Dallas Cowboys3-5lost to Tennessee 28-14(▼1)Amari Cooper was pretty good, so at least there’s that. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas (13) pulls out a cell phone after his 72 yard touchdown reception in the second half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in New Orleans, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Bill Feig) 20.Indianapolis Colts3-5Bye week(▲1)Colts rested after the bye and have three straight home games vs. Jaguars, Titans and Dolphins. 30.New York Giants1-7Bye week(▼1)Off the bye to SF for Monday Night Football. 18.Baltimore Ravens4-5lost to Pittsburgh 23-16(▼3)The Baltimore free-fall continues. 14.Miami Dolphins5-4beat NY Jets 13-6(▲3)Survived a boring defensive struggle against the Jets. Top Stories 0 Comments Share 29.San Francisco 49ers2-7beat Oakland 34-3(▲3)Forget Jimmy G…it’s all about Nick M! 8.Minnesota Vikings5-3-1beat Detroit 24-9(▲2)Adam Thielen’s amazing streak of 100-yard games comes to an end, but he’s still scored a TD in six straight. 12.Washington Redskins5-3lost to Atlanta 38-14(▼4)This team has been perplexing all season long, especially against the Falcons. 25.Denver Broncos3-6lost to Houston 19-17(–)McManus misses two field goals, including the game-winner. Ouch.
Go back to the e-newsletterOn the 50th anniversary of ITB Berlin, UNWTO’s activities will focus on the development of the Silk Road and the World Tourism Network on Child Protection. ITB will take place on 9 to 13 March.One of the major events organized by UNWTO at ITB Berlin will be the 6th UNWTO Silk Road Ministers’ Meeting on 9 March. The meeting brings together Ministers and high ranking officials from over 20 countries to discuss how public/private sector partnerships (PPPs) can contribute to advancing tourism on the Silk Road. The meeting will focus on the valuable role of PPPs in marketing and promotion, infrastructure development, heritage management, aviation, major events and risk and crisis management. On the occasion, UNWTO will launch the Silk Road Action Plan 2016/2017. In addition, the 5th UNWTO Silk Road Tour Operators’ Forum will take place on 10 March as a means to empower inbound Silk Road tour operators to better understand, engage and work with the international travel trade.UNWTO will also hold the 31st Meeting of the World Tourism Network on Child Protection on 10 March, an initiative to prevent all forms of child and youth exploitation in the tourism sector. Under the chairmanship of Carol Bellamy, the Chair of the Network and former Executive Director of UNICEF, the meeting will focus on Responsible Business Strategies and Child Protection in Tourism, highlighting the good practices championed by the tourism industry. The event will feature interventions from ABTA, TUI Group, as well as the Chair of the High Level Global Task Force to End Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism Najat Maalla M’jid, who will share the results of the Global Study on the Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism.Additionally, the UNWTO Secretary-General will be a keynote speaker at the ITB Ministers’ Roundtable: ‘Tourism in the 21st century: new business models in a digital world’, an event organized by the ITB Convention Programme in collaboration with UNWTO. The theme of this year’s roundtable will be the ‘Digitalization of economy and society’.ITB 2016 will also be the stage for the launch of two UNWTO Affiliate Members Reports – the ‘Global Report on The Transformative Power of Tourism’ focusing on the role of socially and environmentally responsible practices in the sector, produced by UNWTO and the Institute for Tourism of Croatia; and the ‘Global Report on The Power of Youth Travel’, now in its second edition, developed in cooperation with the World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation (WYSETC).Finally, UNWTO has partnered with the International Trade Centre (ITC) to promote the Kayah State of Myanmar during ITB Berlin. Since 2014, ITC has been working with the Government of Myanmar on an inclusive tourism project aimed at supporting the local tourism sector through the development of cultural and eco-tourism products. UNWTO joins ITC and Myanmar to showcase the multiple benefits arising from this project by co-organising a series of events throughout the fair including a press conference, a seminar and a number of business to business events.Go back to the e-newsletter
MICE trade event, Get Global is proud to announce LATTE Luxury News as an Official Media Partner.As the leading Australian publication of the luxury tourism, meetings, incentives, conventions, exhibitions and events industry, Get Global Co-Directors, Gary Bender and Donna Kessler are enthusiastic about the partnership.“We are thrilled to have LATTE Luxury News as an official media partner, they provide a platform for our exhibitors to speak directly to LATTE Luxury News readers – decision makers in the global tourism and MICE industries.It will also help us reach buyers who are looking for international product for their MICE needs to attend the event.”Coming to Sydney this July, Get Global is the first one-day MICE business platform in Australia dedicated exclusively to outbound product.To see more about Get Global and find out details for their event held on Friday, 28 July 2017, click here
**1. What do you do at Skyscanner?**I’m a ‘Database Developer’ for the company – helping organize all the information Skyscanner receives from the outside world: flight prices, airline route information, and more – and making it available to users quickly and reliably.2. What kind of flight geek are you?Definitely and shamelessly a technology geek. A few years ago, I ‘modified’ a game console of mine to stream films from my computer to the TV over a wireless network. I like pushing the capabilities of the devices I own.3. What best generally describes your travel style?I’ll fly anywhere if the price is right. A couple of years ago, a friend and I stumbled across a five-star hotel in Boston which was desperate to fill rooms. Neither of us had been to Boston before, but the flight + accommodation packages available were at such a huge discount, we grabbed the tickets within a few minutes of seeing them.4. What’s your ideal holiday?Somewhere warm, with plenty of things to see and bars/restaurants to check out. Having friends around also makes a big difference as it’s always good to pick up some genuine local tips and recommendations!5. Who’s your ideal travel companion?A friend, or friends plural if that’s an option! For long flights, someone to play chess with would be good too, although last time I flew transatlantic, there weren’t any travel chess boards on sale in any of the connecting airports…bizarre.6. Do you fly with children?I don’t have kids, so none of my own at least!7. How do you decide where you want to go?Spur-of-the-moment trips aside, I usually have a pretty good idea about where I’d like to go a few months in advance. Often it’s to visit friends somewhere, or for an event/concert/festival.Add in a bit of local research – chatting to folks, reading a few websites – and I’ve got a trip.8. How do you decide when you want to go?It’s a bit of a mixed bag. If there’s a specific event to catch, then that can tie down the travel dates but generally I’ll have a bit of a hunt around and see if there are any off-season opportunities. It can make a huge difference to flight and hotel prices.9. What annoys you most about planning holidays?All the cross-referencing and double-checking that has to be done. I’m fussy about the details and like to make sure that trips are going to be comfortable, at sensible hours, and competitively priced.Although I’m generally happy with the end results, it often means spending far too much time flicking between web pages, maps, and all kinds of other reference material.10. What are you doing in your job at Skyscanner to help?At the moment I’m working with some of our route management technology, to make sure that we can continually improve our flight coverage worldwide. The more ticket options we can show, the more likely people are to find the travel options to suit them, at the best price available.Longer-term, I’m doing my best to ensure that we can collect and present as much flight and travel related information as possible. There’s a balance to find between displaying ‘too much’ information, and oversimplifying the information that’s out there.11. What’s your favourite thing about the Skyscanner site?An old favourite, and with good reason, it has to be our flexible search options. If I want to go to somewhere in the USA this summer, but I don’t care when or where – Skyscanner can show what’s available and for how much. It’s a fantastic way to get ideas for a trip.12. What’s your dream feature?Film festival integration – a way to view the films showing at film festivals across the world on a calendar, with travel prices to catch all the best features. For budget reasons I stick with the number 22 bus to local cinemas at the moment, but I can dream!13. Favourite websites apart from Skyscanner (not necessarily travel) and why?The Internet Movie Database is brilliant – although I wonder if it would benefit from a bit of a design overhaul. Impressively, you can still download the entire content of their ratings/films/credits database for free.14. What’s the geekiest thing about you? Your secret geek shame?When travelling to Spain to visit friends last year, I wrote a database query taking our calendars into account, to work out the best time to visit. That’s probably not even the geekiest thing I’ve done.15. Worst travel experience?Staying in a budget chain hotel in a fairly rough part of urban Los Angeles; no harm encountered, but not exactly the most relaxing atmosphere, and made Hollywood seem even more distant from reality. First time I’d come across bullet-proof glass at the counter in a fast food restaurant!Meet more Flight Search GeeksReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Introducing the flight search geeks that make Skyscanner work RelatedFlight Geek of the Week – Dario Villanueva-AblanedoIntroducing the flight search geeks that make Skyscanner workFlight Geek of the Week: Benjamín Pérez UleciaFlight Geek of the Week: Benjamín Pérez UleciaFlight Geek of the Week – Laura WilsonFlight Geek of the Week – Laura Wilson
Australia takes top award whilst France loses its ‘joie de vivre’ as Italy comes number one for romance, cuisine and culture With Australians around the world celebrating Australia day today, it couldn’t be a better time for the ‘Land Down Under’ to have been crowned ‘most desired’ destination in Skyscanner’s Travel Awards. Skyscanner users have voted Australia the place they would most like to visit if money were no object.The opinions of more than 600 travellers were collected by the flights comparison site Skyscanner.net, which also found that the love affair with France seems to be over as Italy snatched some of the top awards from France’s grasp.When it comes to love, many think of Paris as being the place to go for romance, but with Rome, Venice and Lake Como on its side, Italy clearly outshone its neighbour in the awards, winning the title of ‘Most Romantic Country’, with 33% of the votes to France’s 19%. Culture vultures also favoured Italy; despite France being home to some of the world’s most famous museums and art galleries, Italy was awarded best destination for culture. Italy also trumped France when it came to food even though France is home to twice as many Michelin starred restaurants as Italy.The Caribbean won awards for most spectacular beaches and the most relaxing destination.The USA and Australia were considered to have the friendliest locals, with both nations receiving 10% of the vote, but the legendary hospitality of the Irish meant that the Emerald Isle was hot on their heels in third place. In comparison, the UK only ranked 12th, whilst the French lagged behind in 23rd position.Spain was voted best for nightlife and most family friendly destination, showing it can cater to both crowds. With cities like Barcelona and Madrid renowned for their after dark entertainment, as well as many lively and family orientated resorts along the Costa del Sol, the country remains the most popular holiday destination for British tourists.Yara Paoli, Skyscanner Italian country expert commented:“Italy is a very popular destination for British tourists and it’s great to see Italy being recognised for what it can offer; excellent cuisine, romantic cities and a host of great cultural attractions.”Rodney Harrex, General Manager UK/Europe Tourism Australia commented:“Australia’s weird and wonderful wildlife, diverse experiences, friendly locals and laidback lifestyle attract visitors from all over the world. 2011 has got off to a strong start in terms of arrivals and we look forward to welcoming many more holidaymakers over the coming months.”—Skyscanner 2011 Travel Awards WinnersIf money was no object, where would you most like to go? Winner: AustraliaRunners Up: New Zealand, CaribbeanMost Romantic: ItalyRunners Up: France, CaribbeanMost Beautiful: New ZealandRunners Up: Italy, AustraliaMost Spectacular Beaches: CaribbeanRunners Up: Australia, ThailandMost Relaxing Destination: CaribbeanRunners Up: Thailand, GreeceMost Family Friendly: SpainRunners Up: USA, AustraliaFriendliest Locals: USA and AustraliaRunner Up: IrelandBest Food: ItalyRunners Up: France, ThailandBest Nightlife: SpainRunners Up: UK, USABest Culture: ItalyRunners Up: UK, JapanBest for Business: USARunners Up: UK, GermanyIf you had to live abroad, where would you go?: Winner: AustraliaRunners Up: USA, SpainReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Related10 Wine Tours Around the World10 Wine Tours Around the WorldSkyscanner Airline Food Awards: Eastern flavour most popular with flyersSkyscanner Airline Food Awards: Eastern flavour most popular with flyersSkyscanner is a great place to work: it’s official!Skyscanner scoops string of honours in UK’s biggest employer awards.
The concept of 40before30 is self-explanatory. It’s the blog of Travel Blogger of the Year Jayne Gorman, who is trying to blog about 40 countries before she’s 30.Starting out less than two years ago, 20-something Jayne totted up that she had visited 30 countries and wanted to tick off the further 10 required to take her tally to 40, before she was 30. As she ‘fell more in love with blogging’, she then decided that ‘a stamp in a passport from the late 80s’ wasn’t enough and so she’d visit and blog about 40 countries anew. So far she has blogged about 26.Jayne’s engaging and entertaining blog will appeal to round-the-world gappers and city break weekenders alike. The look is low-key and the pages aren’t dripping with National Geographic-quality images, but that suits the blog’s style. Like her writing, Jayne’s holiday snaps tell it like it is for the likes of you and me. As well as her traveller’s tales, she provides useful advice, from parking at airports on a budget to what not to do at Full Moon parties!The blog’s appeal lies in Jayne’s unassuming girl-next-door likeability. Whereas some bloggers intimidate with their ‘I’ve travelled the world… what, you’ve only been to Majorca?’ elitism, Jayne posts articles like ‘Why I am too scared to CouchSurf’ and giddily recounts her first experience of a business class lounge. Her writing is page-turningly engaging and most importantly, funny – usually as she recounts her latest mishap, for instance: ‘I was working on an event in South Africa and my clothes fell off’. You really do wish her well.Follow Jayne’s quest to visit 40 countries, and avoid ‘international embarrassment’, at 40before30What’s your favourite travel blog? Drop us an email to email@example.com and we’ll consider it for our Blog of the Week series.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWhat’s in your stocking?What’s in your stocking?The Everywhereist: Blog of the WeekThe Everywhereist: Blog of the Week#JustPlaneFunny competition winner announcedWe reveal the winner of a trip for two to Canada in our latest amazing competition.
Hong Kong – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineMetrojet is pleased to announce the arrival of a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) into its growing aircraft fleet. The BBJ is operated, managed and maintained by Metrojet on behalf of the aircraft owner. The aircraft will join the fleet for charter under Metrojet’s Air Operator’s Certificate.Metrojet assisted the aircraft owner through every facet of the acquisition process, from regulatory compliance, insurance and administration coordination, to the pre-delivery process, including certification, specification verification, inspection, acceptance flight and aircraft delivery. The BBJ can accommodate up to 18 passengers with a guest room and a stateroom, one guest lavatory located in the forward cabin and a VIP aft lavatory with shower. The BBJ has a range of 6,210 nautical miles and can reach a maximum operating speed of Mach.82 at altitudes up to 41,000 feet. “Metrojet will register this BBJ under our AOC charter operation, and the aircraft will be available for charter by the end of the year,” said Mr. Lester Ingram, COO of Metrojet Limited.Metrojet’s professional multilingual flight dispatch team located at Hong Kong International Airport is standing by to process flight requests and prepare all of the necessary permits and in-flight catering preferences. Its highly experienced multicultural flight attendants attend VIP service training at its sister company, The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong. Metrojet’s flight dispatch hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule your flight firstname.lastname@example.org
Raffles Hotel will mark her 122nd Anniversary with a host of special treats, from 16 July to 16 September 2009, available at the Raffles Hotel Gift Shops, restaurants and extending to the Raffles Culinary Academy as well. All of these birthday experiences will be priced at only $122.The celebration kicks off with a series of three culinary classes at Raffles Culinary Academy on 16 July, 16 August and 16 September, the latter being the Hotel’s official anniversary date. Each class will have a hands-on session featuring two savory dishes, as well as a two-course lunch, showcasing the dishes taught.Anniversary menus will highlight at three restaurants. Enjoy a special Thali set for two persons at Tiffin Room; or a lobster done in your preferred way from a selection of five preparation styles, with a glass of wine f at Raffles Courtyard. At Long Bar Steakhouse, a three-course dinner menu per person inclusive of a glass of wine, or lunch for two persons with two glasses of champagne.At Raffles Hotel Gift Shops, guests have the choice of a signature-item gift bag or “surprise” gift bag. Fantastic as a memorable gift, some signature items you can expect are a Royal Doulton Plate, ‘Raffles Remembered’ book, Raffles Hotel Luggage Label and Homemade Thos S.B. Orange Truffles amongst other premium items.www.raffles.com