August 24, 2013 · News
In the inverse corner, you will see Covent Garden, historic market that today is again in operation. Here are also the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet School, in addition to numerous bars, restaurants and businesses to make purchases. A well deserved brake to walk as much. After lunch and lowering all the street is Leicester Square, pedestrian plaza full of cinemas, nightclubs, theater and bars right next to Chinatown, which deserves to be known. Piccadilly Circus, a square invaded by posters of neon and shopping environment is located further down on the same street. Taking advantage of all the options here, better to finish the day with a drink out there, and return to rest to continue the journey the next day. The third day already you will be more tired, so it is advisable to take the journey with more tranquility. Starting from Victoria Metro station, climbing towards the great St. James Park, we'll see Buckingham Palace and the monument to Queen Victoria. On the other side of the street you'll see the Green Park. Wllington arch marks the union of both parks and a little more tells the story of the city. And there too the ...  Read the rest of the entry...
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August 20, 2013 · News
The dry cleaning up to date very recent non existia a technology that would wash all delicate garments to water. Traditionally been washed delicate garments (dresses, silk, wool) with perchloroethylene which is a solvent highly polluting and potentially carcinogenic. A few years ago the public authorities, especially the European Union, have imposed severe restrictions on the use of these solvents with the horizon of which medium-term disappear. All this has forced major brands washing machines manufacturers to seek alternatives that have led to the emergence of the Wet Clean. In countries like Sweden, Denmark or Germany with high environmental sensitivity perchloroethylene is now totally prohibited or severisimas restrictions. In some States of the USA also and progressively will be implementing this prohibition in all countries. An unsustainable technology dry-cleaning, besides not clean as water and generate highly polluting waste, is very inefficient in energy terms and environmental. The waste of water, electricity and soaps makes it an obsolete technology for today's standards. According to one study of Electrolux and other Greenpeace savings in consumption, contaminaion costs and initial investment is approximately 50% between the Wet Clean and Dry Clean or dry cleaning. Source: Press release sent by dry-cleaners. Greenpeace Australia ...  Read the rest of the entry...
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August 19, 2013 · News
UniSA official collaborator Europe of the Spanish film connection Alba Unisa Europe, Spanish shoe company, is an official partner of the police thriller connection Alba, which debuts in early 2011, directed by Miguel Angel Fabre. The publicity of the series is guaranteed thanks to the fantastic cast of actors that has gathered. It will be broadcast in 54 countries, being the Madrid Freeview and satellite channels of dissemination. Due to the democratization of the network, the disclosure of this type of audiovisual content acts as a shock wave, still a great opportunity for the contributor to be known both nationally and internationally. UNISA is presented as a cosmopolitan company in a constant process of creation. A Hunter of trends which observes his environment to translate it later on their footwear and fashion accessories. They may be aware of this production through the personal space of Unisa on Facebook. Source: Unisa women sent by shoes press release.   Read the rest of the entry...
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August 18, 2013 · News
A pair of decorative objects as two statues and vases are not harmful, but must always have in mind that there are other more suitable objects: dialogs are one of them, since the wall instead of the scarce available surface space is used. Mirrors are the great trick of the magician, because they not only serve to amplify the light, but also to multiply the spaces. The Hall of mirrors of the Palace of Versailles is a great example: mirrors, play at the Windows that are in front of them turning themselves into Windows overlooking the garden of the Palace. (For fans of mirrors, also exist today, mirrored furniture). Many times it is inevitable to associate fashion and design with frivolity, especially by some decorators that we see on TV that use words as fantastic or fabulous gorgeous repeatedly. Anyway must understand that interior design can be seen as a means to achieve inner peace: zen fashion and feng shui give account of the faith in the design to achieve mental States. Without being extremist and say that interior design will solve all our problems (including the mental), if we are to recognize, along with naturalist writers, that the environment ...  Read the rest of the entry...
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August 10, 2013 · News
In the previous article (talking less and listening more) tried the theme of the importance of listening to powerfully. Today we'll talk about emotions. It is worth mentioning that a person who trains slowly to listen better, can consequently have a better handling of their emotions and the impact that they have on their daily lives. Emotions are neurochemical processes related to the mind which help us to make decisions as well as to have the perception we have of life. In many cases some like fear, may be necessary for survival that lead us to flee from events such as a fire or the persecution of a dog. However, many times these emotions that hand could be valuable and protective, turn against us and lead us to do the right thing to thrive, but to destroy much of what generally value as our health, our relationships, negotiations and their results. Generally regarded as negative emotions or its derivatives may be fear, anger, wrath, envy, anger, hatred, the self-pity, the auto-conmiseracion, the mistrust in himself and in others, etc., and are physically expressed through some physiological function as the alteration of heart rate or body reactions or face, and also ...  Read the rest of the entry...
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August 4, 2013 · News
Also available are trips to Parque El Cubano, Codina, Guanayara and Los Almendros. On the tours vacationers can find along the way marked maps indicating the main places to see, either cafes, hotels, other trails or another target of interest. A seductive proposal is the excursion on the path of sweet potatoes, which makes a stop at the Coffee House, loyal to the old brewing. Here the visitor can see how coffee is made the traditional way, resulting in a pure coffee, worthy of any palate. The menu is well stocked, has more than a dozen varieties of coffee from different regions of the world: coffee from Brazil, Colombia, Arabs, Cubans and Ethiopians are among the options the customer can select. It also has extensive and varied in presentation and preparations of coffee that will please all types of clientele. Also, the hike on a trail La Batata is one of the main attractions the cave that bears the same name, where tourists can climb or take a dip in the underground river, but beware of the darkness and depth of these waters, and as its cold temperature. The variety of opportunities for hiking trails ranging from easy to common ...  Read the rest of the entry...
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