The most memorable vacation I’ve been on was my trip to Salem, Massachusetts. It was February 2012, we left at 9pm so we could sleep all day the day before, so we could drive the 8 hours to Salem. I packed lots of long sleeved shirts, jeans, hoodies as well as heavy jackets and boots. I got my camera and I packed snacks and a cooler for drinks and sandwiches for the ride to Salem. Before we left we stop and filled the car with gas.
In a tradition of his own making, Owner/Chef Youssef Nafaa has created an exciting menu of familiar foods pushed to a new level with daring preparations and imaginative ingredients. Wine lovers will find a pleasingly extensive list of evenly priced wines while those seeking cocktails will find the same combination of classic recipes and creative mixings which set the menu apart. Morton’s The Steakhouse 0.7 miles away 1001 McKinney St. (713) 659-3700 Monday – Friday 11 am -10 pm Saturday – Sunday 5 pm - 10 pm Located in the heart of downtown Houston, the world’s energy capital, Morton’s provides a happy hour oasis with bar 12.21 for the established and young professional business sector of downtown Houston. Enjoy the best steak anywhere, fresh seafood and decadent desserts. Quattro 0.2 miles
It brings rest and darkness and cold and it can be filled with stronger emotions. Night is when all our demons come out to play. I spent all of Friday, from day and light till night and darkness reading the novel Night By Elie Wiesel. Reading this book at night was a challenge, because sometimes it felt as if the room was full of ghosts, all peeking over my shoulder and reading along side me. I’m not an overly superstitious person but several times while I was reading I had to set the book down and process, shivering all the while.
Mise-en-scène of the movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ (1961) By: Riddhi Jain MAJ-Semester 3 Roll no: 16MA1MC040 Subject: Film Studies To: Subhash Rao Plot: Early one morning, a taxi pulls up at Tiffany & Co. on Fifth Avenue in New York City, from which elegantly dressed Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) emerges. After looking into the shop 's windows, she strolls home. Outside her apartment, she fends off her date from the disastrous night before. Inside the apartment building, Holly can 't find her keys so she buzzes her landlord, Mr. Yunioshi (Mickey Rooney), who begrudgingly lets her in. Later, she is awakened by new neighbour Paul Varjak (George Peppard), who rings her doorbell to get into the building.
Music is that constant among all the differences with the cities I visit, and the languages I learn. So I’ve made it a point to drop the language and cultural barrier by visiting jazz venues almost everywhere I go. As I arrived in London, I was feeling extra inspired to follow Amy Winehouse’s footsteps and uncover the bars she once frequented. A quick Google search to “Best Jazz Bars in London” gave me some ideas of where I’d be spending my next few nights. I walk into this foggy pub to hear not jazz, but “The bottle, the bottle, the bottle, I took it from the bottle.” Unfortunately for me, I had paid a five pound cover charge which meant I had to tough out the horrendous music, if only to get my five pounds worth.
Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a story of tragedy and loss. A glimpse into the inner workings of Shakespeare’s mind. The day was January 26, 2018, a windy, chilled night. The theatre performance was set to begin at 8:00 pm at Hollywood Arts Park (Young Circle). I arrived at 7:20 p.m., the "open-grass" gave plenty of space sit, despite this, earlier birds nested in more advantageous views, leaving me to sit far left (one of the more unfavorable view).
I decided to go this route, so I could see if any of their patterns overlapped and to watch their interactions with the customers. Going into this observation I was interested in what qualities make an effective server and how the customers responded to these qualities. I observed the Northwood Cinema Grill from noon to 12:30 on Friday. The weather Friday was very cold and windy. I reached the front of the building and went inside the huge glass doors.
We submitted by lodging an appeal in the High International Court of Justice in The Hague. Spain found itself obliged to await the judgment of this court. (my own translation). Laurent Introducing the green march : The green march is an organized political demonstration orchestrated by the Moroccan government in order to gain control of what they viewed as the Moroccan Sahara from Spanish control (the strong objection that made the green march a peaceful march). The march took place from November 6-10, 1975, with approximately 350,000 Moroccan citizens who volunteered to march, and 20,000 troops gathering together at the city of Tarfaya in southern Morocco and marching into the Sahara region of Sakiya Lhmra.
After four months of living à la lumière, I had learned exactly which smelly metro stops to avoid, where to buy the cheapest and best crêpe without going anywhere near Saint-Michel, and the best place to sit and stare at the Seine with a baguette and bottle of cheap Monoprix wine. I was so in love with the semester that I’ve been back almost every year to pretend I still live in the 15ième with my French home-stay. By the end of the semester I had traveled to parts of Northern France to vineyards and castles and spent my Spring Break in the Cote D’Azur wandering around Nice, Cannes, and Monaco, and yet still returned to Paris relieved to be “going back home.” Being a loyal lover of Paris seemed like a solid statement until I caught myself creepin’ on the down low with my new girl, Marseille. But here's why it was worth the cheat. 1.
CONTINUING CASE: CCD (PART 3) A) Decisions, Decisions Café Coffee Day (CCD) is the pioneer of café culture in India since it opened its first café in Bengaluru, India in 1996. Till the late 1990s, consuming coffee in India was limited to the Intellectuals, the traditional South Indian families & the visitors to 5-Star Coffee Shops. It was CCD that brought in the café culture to India at the same time when the coffee café culture was becoming increasingly popular in neighbouring South Asian countries. V.G. Siddhartha, CCD’s founder, discovered and tapped the unmet need for a pleasant and enjoyable experience for the urban youth of India.