Skiing in Scotland and Touring in Turin – Be Inspired by the Winter Olympics

The eyes of the world will be on Turin in three weeks’ time as the Winter Olympics get underway – but there is still time to take to the slopes this winter – and you don’t have to go to Italy to do it.

(PRWEB) February 5, 2006 — The eyes of the world will be on Turin in three weeks’ time as the Winter Olympics get underway – but there is still time to take to the slopes this winter – and you don’t have to go to Italy to do it.

Hit the Slopes – in Scotland
Hoseasons’ Silverglades park in Aviemore is right on hand for Britain’s best ski slopes, and is linked to one of the resorts leading ski schools to offer ski packages which combine top tuition with equipment hire at discounted prices.

Accommodation is in stylish bungalows sleeping between two and eight, and many also have wood-burning stoves for that cozy après-ski ambience, watching the highlights from Turin on the satellite TV. A short break – Monday to Friday or Friday to Monday – during the Winter Olympics cost from £236 for four people (per bungalow, not per person), with discounted ski packages available to those staying at the park at a leading Aviemore ski school.

La Dolce Vita in Italy
Once the Olympic crowds have left the area around Turin, many holidaymakers will find out for themselves what a rewarding area it is to visit, even when the skiing season is over.

Details of these and all Hoseasons holidays can be found at http://www.hoseasons.co.uk/index.asp, or by calling (+44) 01502 502588.

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