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2011-12-20 12:04:00

LONDON, December 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- What better way to spend Christmas than in Lapland, the number one festive holiday destination and the home of Santa himself. And who better to test it out than The Only Way Is Essex gang. Joey Essex, Chloe Sims, Lauren Pope, Mario Falcone and Lauren Goodger spent four jam-packed days ticking off every Yuletide treat. Travelling with Thomson, the cast stayed in the gorgeous Log Cabins at the Snow Elf Hotel & Apartments in...

2011-12-08 07:13:00

HELSINKI, December 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lapponia Jewelry [http://www.lapponia.com ] is undergoing a global renaissance. Today's strong women want to express themselves with our beautiful designs. Lapponia Jewelry is inspired by the rugged nature of northern Finland. This close bond with the nature of the north is brought to life in our new brand experience, the Art of Expression video, and our overall marketing strategy, The Silent Language of Nature. To view the...

2011-10-12 06:05:00

LONDON, October 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomson [http://www.thomson.co.uk ] is getting into the Christmas spirit this December as it launches holidays to Lapland [http://www.thomson.co.uk/destinations/europe/finland/lapland/holidays-lapland.html ] . Offering both day trips and longer stays from three to seven nights departing from 10 different regional airports, Thomson's programme will feature three resorts: Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland is a lively city which...

2005-12-23 10:30:25

By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Father Christmas may live in Iceland -- at least if the efficiency of his helpers is a guide -- in what may help the island's drive to win hearts and tourism from Arctic rivals claiming Santa and his reindeer. Only Reykjavik got a reply when Reuters bureaux in all eight nations with Arctic territory wrote to Father Christmas or local gift bringers -- ranging from Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) in Russia to Julenissen in Norway -- asking: 'Where do...

2005-12-23 08:40:00

By Alister Doyle OSLO -- Father Christmas may live in Iceland -- at least if the efficiency of his helpers is a guide -- in what may help the island's drive to win hearts and tourism from Arctic rivals claiming Santa and his reindeer. Only Reykjavik got a reply when Reuters bureaux in all eight nations with Arctic territory wrote to Father Christmas or local gift bringers -- ranging from Ded Moroz (Grandfather Frost) in Russia to Julenissen in Norway -- asking: 'Where do you live?' "Let's all...