Rail Plus has released discounts of up to 50 on t

first_imgRail Plus has released discounts of up to 50% on two of the world’s most luxurious great train journeys. Until 28 September 2018, agents can save their clients a whopping 50% on all Eastern & Oriental journeys when travelling in September and October, and 50% on companion fares when travelling in November. Bookings are based on twin share in the Pullman and State Cabins only. Discounted prices start at $1,863 for September and October departures, and from $2,277 for November departures. When booking, the promotional code EC50 must be used. Agents can pass on 25% off companion fares, on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express for March and April 2019 departures, to their clients. Priced from $3,073 pp twin share after discount, the offer is valid on northbound journeys from Venice to Paris or London. Bookings must be made by 28 September 2018. IMAGE: Eastern & Oriental rail journey Eastern & OrientalrailspecialsVenice Simplon-Orient-Expresslast_img read more

Ian Poulter heckled at WGC in Memphis lashes out at idiot fan

first_imgEuropean Ryder Cup stalwart Ian Poulter has long been a target for American golf fans. That was the case again on Thursday at this week’s WGC event in Memphis. But it appears Poulter hit his breaking point, because after his round he lashed out at golf fans everywhere in a heated interview.Poulter had a solid opening round at the WGC-St. Jude Invitational, if you look at his scorecard. He carded six birdies against just two bogeys and sits T7 with 54 holes to play. But an otherwise positive day was ruined on his very last hole.Ian Poulter Fans Players Championship AbuseNewsIan Poulter reveals he was verbally abused in front of family at Players ChampionshipAt the par-4 18th, Poulter hit his approach shot from the right rough, and as soon as the ball was in the air, a heckler reportedly yelled “get in the bunker.” Poulter did not take kindly to that remark, and confronted the obnoxious fan, which eventually resulted in security escorting him off the property, according to Sky Sports.Poulter spoke to Sky Sports after the round, where he opened up and hit back at rowdy fans everywhere.“We have got a WGC tournament,” Poulter said in the interview, “It has got everything that we want to come and compete apart from one idiot who decides to be silly.”Poulter went on to condemn the hecklers who “scream silly things,” arguing that they “want to feel big in front of their friends” and calling it “disappointing.”Justin Leonard, 1999 Ryder Cup, BrooklineNews‘I can’t hear you!’ 5 times golfers antagonized fanslast_img read more