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Trip to Monaco

The Principality of Monaco is one square mile in size, and centered around Casino Square with its four casinos. Monaco is host to several major sporting events including the Monte-Carlo Rally, Tennis Masters Series Monte-Carlo, and the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Posted by admin On Sep - 24 - 2012 Add Comments READ FULL POST

On 25th June 2010 the largest GOLD coin in the world, a 2007 Canadian $1,000,000 Maple Leaf coin, has been sold at the largest auction house in continental Europe, the Dorotheum, for 4.05 million U.S. dollars. The largest gold coin weighs 100 kg (220 lb 7 oz), measures 50 cm (19.6 in) in diameter, 3 cm (1.1 in) in thickness and is made from bullion with a purity of 99.999 per cent.

Posted by admin On Jun - 26 - 2010 Add Comments READ FULL POST

After we can read ” ‘The Pentagon is spying on us,’ claims whistleblower website Wikileaks after leaking top secret documents“, WikiLeaks, a whistle blowing website run by The Sunshine Press, today fight back whit publishing a classified video they say was taken from a US Apache helicopter on July 2, 2007, in Baghdad, which shows the killing of civilians and Reuters news staff.

Posted by admin On Apr - 5 - 2010 3 Comments READ FULL POST

Hundreds of people have been moved from their homes and a state of emergency declared after a volcano erupted in Iceland. The evacuation in the early hours of Sunday followed the eruption of a volcano beside the Eyjafjallajokull glacier, the country’s fifth largest. Three Red Cross centres were set up in the village of Hella for the 450 evacuees.

Posted by admin On Mar - 21 - 2010 6 Comments READ FULL POST
Ford F-150

Cars sales in the United States don’t look all that much different for 2009 than they have for the past few years in terms of which models are going out the showroom door in the greatest numbers. Sales are down across the board, but generally 2008 year’s sales leaders are last year’s sales leaders. Only the Ford Fusion is new to this list.

Posted by admin On Mar - 14 - 2010 15 Comments READ FULL POST

On Sunday, March 14, 2010 at 2 a.m., Daylight Saving Time begins in the United States. Every Spring we move our clocks one hour ahead and “lose” an hour during the night and each Fall we move our clocks back one hour and “gain” an extra hour. But Daylight Saving Time wasn’t just created to confuse our schedules.

Posted by admin On Mar - 13 - 2010 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Playing outside provides opportunities for children to use all their senses, to experience wonder and enchantment, to work on a larger scale and to enjoy a greater sense of freedom and independence. Outdoor play is a natural enhancement and extension of indoor environments and ideally children should be able to choose to play outside at any time: there should be a flow of play between inside and outside.

Posted by admin On Mar - 11 - 2010 1 Comment READ FULL POST

If you have decided it is time for you to adopt a pet there are many factors to consider when making this decision. Do not consider an animal to be just a pet, consider that they will be a new member of your family and they have needs just like you do. Before you rush into an important decision like this, realize that the type of pet you choose will have an ongoing impact on you and your family’s lives […]

Posted by admin On Mar - 3 - 2010 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Even Dr. Phil, the relationship expert, in a recent interview admitted that most therapists and counselors do not know how to fix a relationship. They will speculate on theory and behavior habits for the reasons behind some types of problems, but whether that sorts out your particular problem is more a matter of luck than anything else. Do you really know your counselors background? They are not going to divulge if they have come from a broken relationship. Are these […]

Posted by admin On Feb - 26 - 2010 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Wireless technology is making life increasingly convenient, but with all the upside, there is a downside that may be having a huge negative impact on your overall quality of life. Restless sleep, foggy brain, memory problems, moodiness and unexplained aches and pains are just a few symptoms that can develop as the result of exposure to wireless technology. More and more studies are indicating that constant bombardment by the intense, high-frequency radio signals that are associated with WiFi and wireless […]

Posted by admin On Feb - 26 - 2010 3 Comments READ FULL POST
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