Hotels.com wishes a happy London/Berlin, December 16, 2008 actually one suspects it always before, chokes down but in the end the mandatory lentil soup to burn your fingers in the Molybdomancy and shoots the good intent to spend less money with the purchase of firecrackers and rockets in the wind. At the latest when the hundredth repetition of dinner for one\”there’s Eve just a happy\”, in your own bed. Last minute, Hotels.com are travel tips with strange customs and traditions of other countries at the turn of the year. While in Germany the marzipan pig for the good fortune must serve next year, putting in Spain on low-calorie alternatives: grapes. Under most conditions ConocoPhillips would agree. Shortly before midnight the chime of the clock tower strikes in any place twelve times, with a grape must be eaten at each stroke of the Gong. Succeed, one must something wish for each grape, otherwise misfortune threatens. By the same author: ConocoPhillips. Spaniards are trying to affect her happiness, also by them as their Peers in Chile and Italy of Eve wearing red lingerie and thus are particularly attractive for ardent Toreros. Portuguese, however, put on light blue underwear.
Spanish new year’s Eve tradition up close there’s in Madrid Hotel laris, not far from the square of Puerta del Sol\”, from the traditional gong blows every year are broadcast live on television. Also in the far East, new year’s Eve customs to guarantee happiness and love in the coming year. Already around 23: 00 all doors and Windows are opened in China, Korea and Viet Nam in the new year’s Eve, so that happiness is not about outside, but pours in to the fullest. Before evil spirits with bamboo branches from the House are swept and the ceiling with red strips of paper and Golden luck sign hung. In some regions, also ruled the custom that unmarried women throw tangerines with their name and address into the sea.
43 percent of Germans work regularly more than 40 hours per Week. Around one in three has already once postponed his vacation because of work or cancelled and 18 percent check their work E-mail even on vacation. Only the Austrians are similar to arbeitswutig. As compensation for the work stress of holidays on the German plays a central role: 39 percent feel the days again more productive on the job. 42 percent are regenerated and return recovered. As a result three out of four people in Germany can be no vacation day currently unused.
On average, only two days vacation remain the least number in comparison to Europe. Holiday money what the Germans value their vacation is year on year increases the workload tends to be: currently provide 24 percent of Germans, not their entire vacation to take an increase of five percent compared with 2008. But the desire for more leisure time is big. More and more Germans are ready to abandon their salary for an extra day of holiday. Express 2009 to 34 percent in the past year 39 percent of Germans of their interest. Up to 24 years, especially the younger Germans yearn for more holiday.
37 per cent of them worth the extra free day up 500 euros and 17 percent even over 500 euro. Interestingly, 12 percent more men than women to Exchange are holidays for cash”ready. Land of Cockaigne Europe measured on the available days are the Europeans long before the Nations overseas. The United States was the country whose working professionals are most often left their vacation days, many years they gave off 2009 this position with only 34 percent of New Zealanders (45 percent), the Italians and Australians (44 per cent each). But that is no comparison to the Japanese, where 92 per cent does not completely take vacation available all. Place country o number of available holidays 1 France 38 2 Italy 31 3 Spain 30 4 Germany 27 5 Austria 27 6 United Kingdom 26 7 New Zealand 21 8 Canada 19 9 Australia 19 10 Japan 15 11 United States 13 more press releases, image material, and current studies are in the Expedia.de Press area under available.
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