Archive for December, 2011
  • Memories at Hotel Le Regina, Warsaw, Poland
    Posted December 29th, 2011 at 6:05 am
    A Review of Hotel Le Regina My friend and I decided to fly with Polish Air in our attempt to plan a flight itinerary (which was slightly complex in nature) from Barcelona and to Venice. Except for a chance to experience Le Regina, the itinerary was simply ill-fated! We booked a room at this 5-star rated hotel for $140, which is similar in terms of rates for any 2-star hotel in Spain or Italy. When we reached Warsaw, it was 9 pm, and we were actually late by about three hours and a half. Than...
  • News Magazine Shows
    Posted December 29th, 2011 at 6:04 am
    Thanks to Lemuel Craft I love to watch news magazine shows like 60 Minutes and Dateline, and it drives my husband crazy. I think they are really interesting and he thinks that they just spit out a bunch of unfounded claims and pointless stories. He sometimes likes the ones that profile interesting people, but he can’t stand it when I watch one that he thinks is boring, like the one I saw last week about the government trying to expand Rural Internet Service. I sometimes find them boring to...
  • The Sunny Side of Britain
    Posted December 19th, 2011 at 8:18 am
    When you think of Britain, the first image that comes to mind is of a rainy city swarming with busy people carrying umbrellas around, but this is not entirely the truth. There is a sunnier side to this country and those who had the privilege to spend some days in Bude hotels will confirm it. Located in the Southern part of the island, Cornwall enjoys superb weather all year long and during summer time, you can even get a nice tan on the beaches. They are located close to the town center, so no m...
  • A Brand New World
    Posted December 8th, 2011 at 5:12 am
    Edmonton is a place that you can call home even if you come from abroad, so if you want to start on the right foot, visit before relocating. There is no reason to wait until the very last minute and hope that you will stumble upon a spectacular offer, because the real estate market has mostly recovered and the prices are not what they used to be. Canada was never really affected by the financial crisis and a city as prosperous as Edmonton found it easy to continue and ac...
  • Don’t Settle with Second Best
    Posted December 2nd, 2011 at 10:53 am
    There are few things that are as precious to us as eyesight, so it makes perfect sense to be very picky when choosing eyeglasses. Spending more just to be sure that our eyes will enjoy state of the art items is a wise decision, especially when we depend on our eyesight to perform intense activities or play sports. When indoors pretty much any eyeglasses does and as long as the lenses are made from quality materials, and the prescription is correct, we will have little reasons to worry. Things ch...
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