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KingsMill Resort.

By 21 de Junho de 2015 Style of life, The best Posts
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Welcome to Resort KingsMill, Kingsmill is a name which has been used in James City County, Virginia since the mid-18th century. Initially the name of a plantation, in modern times, the name is attached to a geographic area which includes a large planned residential community, a resort complex, a theme park, a brewery, and a commercial park.

The Kingsmill area is located between the north bank of the James River just east (downstream) of the site where the first permanent English settlement in North America at Jamestown was established in 1607 and Interstate Highway 64. Highway access to most of the area’s many businesses and attractions is from U.S. Route 60 between the eastern city limits of Williamsburg and the adjacent community of Grove, or from Virginia State Route 199, which forms a semi-circular beltway of sorts around Williamsburg’s southern side.

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While they are know-it-alls in fashion, they leave something to be desired as social theorists!

By 23 de Março de 2015 Articles, Fashion
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After giving an interview which states that they are the adoption of children by gay parents and that life has its natural flow, and disregarding any other ways to generate a child, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce have been the target of criticism. In the meantime there is nothing wrong with giving your opinion about his philosophy of life and how they live. They can do and live as they want and their opinion should be respected, and should be understood as their right to exercise freedom of expression. The problem is when you are said to be against something, you are support taking away the rights of others who are in favor, and more so in this case as it is complex.
Take for example the first sentence: “I’m Stefano against the adoption of children by same-sex parents,” and the second sentence: “I, Stefano Gabbana will not adopt a child because to me a child needs a mother figure and father, as in a traditional family.” They will see the difference from the last sentence where you refer to yourself in your personal and intimate level, because a person has every right to express themselves and have an opinion. The first sentence is not the same when you say you are against something apparently it seems that you are directing your statement against persons who do so already and is not just a private opinion. Artists in general are very good at singing, dancing, designing clothes, or doing super movies, but when it comes to expressing opinions or philosophies of life people are generally unhappy with their comments. They may not know how to say things in a meaningful way, or they simply lack information for understanding life in general.
In this case, I believe that the designers did not know whether it was right to express their beliefs on a personal level, because even if they were as traditional as they say, they would not be gay. I believe that they are not enough informed about the new structures of families when they speak of natural flow of life. We could say that being gay is not in accordance with nature and will cite democracy which is a way to govern, and could have you only limited to talk about the right to freedom of expression and this would suffice. At the end of the interview Domenico states that he cannot have children because he is gay, and to say this I hope he has had a vasectomy. Otherwise this becomes more unfortunate because his comments are without logic.
Dolce & Gabbana are and will continue to be great designers and are also my favorite. I had the opportunity to meet with Stefano at the Hotel Santa Paula in Granada, Spain, and gave him presents of things typical of the city, and later I received a postcard of thanks. I hope that people who are public and have access to media stop and think before they speak, because their opinions can influence the ways of others.
I was once told that having money was bad and that rich people are the most lonely people. My thought was immediately that money is not bad, it all depends on what you do with it. Most of the time people with much money do not realize the real world in which they live, and how fortunate they are of all the people in the world. We are at about 7,500 billion people in the world, and not all can have access to everything. The planet is unable to provide a computer and a phone for everyone, and many people are consuming and producing little, and this production is not enough in return.
In a smaller context, when people make such comments like this, maybe these people do not realize the millions of children living without families, on the streets or without support in orphanages, waiting for someone, be they gay, old, women, men or who want to give them an opportunity, a home to live, because we live in a world where not everyone has the same opportunities. As Dolce & Gabbana these people need to think more and try to be honest with themselves and their realities, and how as designers after this controversy they become more popular not because of their way to make fashion but for your family’s vision.
Zapatero a tus zapatos.
Después de dar una entrevista donde afirma estar contra la adopción de niños por padres gays y que la vida tiene su flujo natural, descartando cualquier otra forma de traer niños al mundo, los diseñadores Stefano Gabbana y Dominico son blanco de criticas. Pero dar su opinión sobre su filosofía de vida y su forma de vivir, no tiene nada de malo. Pueden hacer y vivir como quieran y su opinión debe ser respetada, hasta ahí todo claro así como su derecho de ejercer su libertad de expresión, el problema es cuando dicen: Estar en contra, eso va contra el derecho de otras personas que están a favor. Primera Frase: ” Yo Steffano estoy en contra de la adopción de niños por padres del mismo sexo”. Segunda frase: ” yo Steffano no adoptaría un niño, pues para mi precisa de una figura paterna y materna, como una familia tradicional. Se percibe la diferencia de la ultima frase? Usted se refiere a usted mismo en su ámbito personal y a su propia persona, porque tiene todo el derecho de expresarse y tener una opinión, pero cuando afirma estar en contra, parece que esta yendo contra las personas que lo hacen, entonces ya no es una opinión privada. Los artistas en general, son muy buenos cantando, bailando, diseñando ropas o haciendo súper filmes, pero cuando se trata de decir su opinión o filosofía de la vida, generalmente son infelices en sus comentarios, o porque no lo dicen de una manera comprensible, o por falta de información o entendimiento de la vida en general.
En este caso creo que Dolce & Gabbana fallo un poco como persona por esa posición infeliz ante la vida, incluso porque si ellos fuesen tan tradicionales como dicen, no serian Gays, ellos hablan del flujo natural, entonces podemos decir que ser gay no esta de acuerdo con la naturaleza, hablan de democracia que es una forma de gobierno, podrían haberse limitado solamente a decir sobre el derecho de libertad de expresión y seria suficiente. Al fina Domenico afirma que no puede tener hijos porque es Gay, para decir eso espero que se haya hecho la vasectomía, de lo contrario seria otro comentario inacertado trata do de arreglar el primero.
Dolce & Gabbana son y van a continuar siendo grandes diseñadores y mis preferidos, tuve la oportunidad de encontrarme con Stefano en el hotel Santa Paula en Granada España,y regalarle cosas típicas de España y recibí como agradecimiento una tarjeta postal. Espero que las personas que son públicas y tienen acceso a los medios de comunicación, piensen antes de hablar ya que sus opiniones pueden influir en muchas personas.
Me dijeron una vez que tener dinero era malo y hacia a las personas mas solitarias, mi respuesta fue inmediata, el dinero no es malo, todo depende de lo que haga con el. La mayoría de las veces, las personas con mucho dinero, no se dan cuenta del verdadero mundo en que viven y que afortunadas son en comparación con la mayoría de las personas del mundo. Estamos 7.500millones de personas, pero solo algunas tienen acceso a todo, el planeta no tiene recursos para dar un teléfono y computadora a cada uno de sus habitantes, son muchas las personas consumiendo y pocas produciendo, y esa producción no es suficiente. En un ámbito mas pequeño, cuando las personas hacen estos comentarios, tal vez no se dan cuenta de los millones de niños que viven sin familias, en las calles o en orfanatos sin apoyo, esperando por alguien, ya sean gays, viejos, jóvenes o cualquiera que quiera darles una oportunidad, un hogar para vivir, pues vivimos en un mundo donde no todos tienen lad mismas oportunidades.
Personas como como Dolce & Gabbana precisan reflexionar mas e intentar ser sinceros con ellos mismos y sus realidades y como diseñadores van a continuar siendo unos de mis preferidos.
Ferrer Angelica.

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Leather dress and feline!

By 16 de Fevereiro de 2015 Fashion
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Angelica Ferrer, is wearing a leather dress, synthetic fur coat, leather shoe and leather mini purse.
feline inspiration and dress power, leather black dress is classic and chic. Photographers await you in front of your apartment to make you star photos.
http://instagram.com/ferrerangelica

Angelica Ferrer 😎🌹

Read Washingtondc is fashion http://www.guiabsb.net/02-06/washington-dc/

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Casino in Las Vegas

By 23 de Janeiro de 2015 Fashion, Style of life
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IMG_3024.JPGLas Vegas is an amazing city, erected in the desert and now known as Sin City, marriage and entertainment. It is the city of casinos which never sleeps, and at any time of day or night there are people playing.

The hotels are small worlds where you can find everything: shops, bars and entertainment, producing a fantastic reality where there is no notion of time. You may even travel without leaving Las Vegas, from the Eiffel Tower to the pyramids of Egypt. In Las Vegas you live in the city of dreams, where everything that happens there, stays there. It is impressive and fantastic -that feeling of seeing the world playing, drinking and living at all times.

Las Vegas’ big shows attract thousands of tourists every year. When planning to come to Las Vegas prepare to thoroughly enjoy this fine city. Dream: it fully justifies its reputation and understand when Elvis Presley sang from the heart when he said: Viva Las Vegas.

Read in spanish: http://www.glossh.com/blog/angelica-ferrer-en-las-vegas/

Hasta la vista Baby.

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Hotel Willard

By 6 de Janeiro de 2015 Style of life
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Situado en el corazón de la ciudad de Washington y en las proximidades de la Casa Blanca, el Hotel Willard ha sido escenario de acontecimientos históricos, tanto grandes como pequeños. Además de ser un hotel con elementos arquitectónicos clásicos y una decoración elegante, el Hotel Willard es una institución de Washington y una instalación de 4 estrellas.

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5d3_8680_1.jpgFue fundado por Henry Willard en 1850; el hotel actual se terminó en 1901.

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5d3_8739_1.jpgLa primera delegación de embajadores de Japón se alojó en el Willard en 1860 y declaró que el hotel era más lujoso que la casa de la Secretaría de Estado de EE.UU.. En febrero de 1861, fue el escenario de la conferencia de paz que fue el último esfuerzo para evitar la Guerra Civil. Justo antes de la conclusión de esta conferencia, Abraham Lincoln se coló en el hotel. El secreto era vital, debido a las numerosas amenazas contra su vida. Vivió en el Hotel Willard hasta su inauguración 04 de marzo 1861.

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El principal salto a la fama del hotel fue durante la presidencia de Grant (1869-1877). El hotel estaba a sólo 2 cuadras de la Casa Blanca, y Grant desarrolló el hábito de frecuentar el vestíbulo del hotel para un cigarro y un whisky o brandy. Una leyenda urbana dice que el término “lobbying” (cabildeo) se deriva de los solicitantes de favores que iban en busca de Grant en el lobby (vestíbulo) del hotel.

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La reunión inaugural de la Asociación Americana del Cáncer se celebró en el Willard en 1907. Woodrow Wilson esbozó la forma temprana de la Sociedad de Naciones en el hotel en 1916. La Asociación de Oficiales de Reserva se fundó allí en 1922, y Martin Luther King Jr. escribió “Yo tengo un sueño” durante su estancia en el hotel en 1963. El Hotel Willard se encuentra ahora en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos.

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Aparte de los acontecimientos históricos, numerosos personajes famosos se han alojado en el Willard. Estos incluyen numerosos presidentes estadounidenses, P.T. Barnum, Charles Dickens, Harry Houdini, Samuel Morse, Mark Twain y Walt Whitman.

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5d3_8837_1.jpgThe first structures to be built at 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW were six small houses constructed by Colonel John Tayloe III in 1816. Tayloe leased the six buildings to Joshua Tennison, who named them Tennison’s Hotel. The structures served as a hotel for the next three decades, the leaseholder and name changing several times: Williamson’s Mansion Hotel, Fullers American House, and the City Hotel. By 1847, the structures were in disrepair and Tayloe’s son, Benjamin Ogle Tayloe, was desperate to find a tenant who would maintain the structures and run them profitably.

The Willard Hotel was formally founded by Henry Willard when he leased the six buildings in 1847, combined them into a single structure, and enlarged it into a four-story hotel he renamed the Willard Hotel. Willard purchased the hotel property from Benjamin Tayloe in 1864, but a dispute over the purchase price and the form of payment (paper currency or gold coin) led to a major equity lawsuit which ended up in the Supreme Court of the United States. The Supreme Court split the difference in Willard v. Tayloe. 75 U.S. 557 (1869): The purchase price would remain the same, but Willard must pay in gold coin (which had not depreciated in value the way paper currency had).

Franklin Pierce departs from the Willard Hotel for his inauguration, March 1853
The present 12-story structure, designed by famed hotel architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, opened in 1901. It suffered a major fire in 1922 which caused $250,000 ($3,522,366 as of 2015), in damages. Among those who had to be evacuated from the hotel were Vice President Calvin Coolidge, several U.S. senators, composer John Philip Sousa, motion picture producer Adolph Zukor, newspaper publisher Harry Chandler, and numerous other media, corporate, and political leaders who were present for the annual Gridiron Dinner. For many years the Willard was the only hotel from which one could easily visit all of downtown Washington, and consequently it has housed many dignitaries during its history.

The Willard family sold its share of the hotel in 1946, and due to mismanagement and the severe decline of the area, the hotel closed in 1968. The building sat vacant for years, and numerous plans were floated for its demolition. It eventually fell into a semi-public receivership and was sold to the Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation. They held a competition to rehabilitate the property and ultimately awarded it to the Oliver Carr Company and Golding Associates. The two partners then brought in the InterContinental Hotels Group to be a part owner and operator of the hotel. The Willard was subsequently restored to its turn-of-the-century elegance and an office-building contingent was added. The hotel was thus re-opened amid great celebration on August 20, 1986, which was attended by several U.S. Supreme Court justices and U.S. senators. In the late 1990s, the hotel once again underwent significant restoration.

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Hasta lá vista 😎

Read in portuguese! http://www.guiabsb.net/01-05/hotel-willard/

Y en Glossh magazine! http://www.glossh.com/blog/angelica-ferrer-en-el-hotel-willard/

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My TV show pilot in New York

By 31 de Dezembro de 2014 Style of life
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Angelica Ferrer’s TV show pilot for “Este es tu Mundo”. The TV show is about understanding the real lifestyles of different cultures.

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Sexy in The city

By 29 de Dezembro de 2014 Style of life
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Angelical Ferrer towel😜 in New York city 🗽

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#unapologeticbitch👌😎

Hasta lá vista baby.

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Behind the scenes in New York.

By 23 de Dezembro de 2014 Style of life
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Estar en Nueva York en Navidad significa ver como esa gran metrópolis se prepara para recibir a mas de 50 millones de turistas que llegan cada año. Hice una pequeña gira por la ciudad, comencé por visitar Chelsea Market, un antiguo mercado de bizcochos ( National biscuit Company) donde se puede encontrar una cuarentena de tiendas especializadas en todo tipo de comidas, antes era un punto de comercio de los indios algonquinos, donde comercializaban sus cultivos al lado del Rio Hudson, y hoy se conserva toda esa infraestructura, Chelsea es un lugar único.

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Después visité la famosa tienda de juguetes donde Tom Hanks bailo encima del piano gigante FAO Schwartz, fue fundada por un inmigrante alemán, tiene juguetes de todos los tamaños, incluso los famosos legos. Después fuimos a ver el famoso árbol de Rockefeller, que esta enfrente del centro comercial Rockefeller , por eso tiene ese nombre,. El árbol de este año vino de Filadelfia, tiene 26 metros de altura y pesa 12 toneladas, iluminado por 45 mil lamparas.

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Estar en Rockefeller Center, con sus ángeles y ver los efectos especiales enfrente de la las vitrinas mas famosas del mundo, es ver que Nueva York, verdaderamente ama la Navidad. Después me aventure a patinar en hielo, Nueva York tiene 4 pistas pero la de Rockefeller es la mas famosa. La pista de Bryant Park, que está entre Madison e Broadway, Todos los años colocan muchísimas tiendas, donde venden cosas de Navidad a cielo abierto. Después fuimos a ver la panorámica nocturna de la ciudad desde el famoso observatorio del Empire State building. Si va a NuevaYork, no deje de ver esa iluminación desde la cima que la transforma en única.
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Al dia siguiente, continuamos la visita, fuimos a la famosa Estatua de la Libertad, alli comencé el programa y di la bienvenida a NuevaYork, la estatua fue un regalo de las franceses al final del siglo 19 para conmemorar el centenario de la independencia de los Estados Unidos. Está considerada monumento de la humanidad y es uno de los símbolos mas famosos de los Estados Unidos, su estructura interna la hizo Eiffel, el mismo de la famosa torre de Paris. Así quien llega a Estados Unidos Por mar, lo primero que ve es la famosa estatua erguida, sosteniendo una llama y simbolizando la libertad de este país.
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Por la noche fui a ver las famosas luces de Navidad, que son los famosos escaparates que Nueva York hace en Navidad, realmente son un sueño, son maravillosas, cada una tiene un tema y todo esta robotizado con juegos de luces, gastan millones en hacer esos escaparates, muchas personas van a Nueva York solamente para verlas. Es fantástico, puede pasar horas viendo diferentes vitrinas, vale la pena, las que yo visite fueron: Barneys , Henri bendel, Sack’s fifth avenue y Tiffany’s, hay muchísimas mas, pero están lejos unas de otras, se necesita un mapa, pues es difícil recorrer la ciudad en coche o taxi, debe de tener paciencia, pues el trafico no es bueno.
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Por ultimo un paseo a caballo, por Central Par por la noche, para despedirme y desear unas felices navidades a todos. Me gusto haber grabado el viaje, espero que les guste cuando lo emitan por TV, también lo pondré en YouTube para los que estén fuera de España tengan la oportunidad de verlo, pero si quieren mas detalles, les invito a visitar mi pagina: Angelicaferrer.com
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Being in New York at Christmas means seeing this great metropolis preparing to welcome the more than 50 million tourists that visit each year. I did a little tour of the city, and began by visiting the Chelsea Market, an old market of biscuits (National Biscuit Company) where you can find more than forty shops specializing in all kinds of foods and specialty items. Historically it was a trading point of the Algonquin Indians, with a big market for their crops beside the Hudson River. Today all that infrastructure is preserved, Chelsea Market is a unique place.
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After that I visited the famous toy store where Tom Hanks danced on the giant piano at FAO Schwarz. The store was founded by a German immigrant, and has toys of all sizes, including the famous Legos. Then we went to see the famous Rockefeller Center tree, which is across from Rockefeller Mall, which is why it has that name. The tree this year came from Philadelphia, is 26 meters high and weighs 12 tons, illuminated by 45,000 lamps.

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Being in Rockefeller Center, with the angels and seeing the special effects on the buildings opposite it showcase some of the most famous scenes in the world. This is to see New York at its best, the people there truly loves Christmas. Then I ventured ice skating, New York has 4 ice skating rinks but Rockefeller is the most famous. The rink at Bryant Park is beautiful, which is between Madison and Broadway, and every year there are many shops where they sell Christmas gifts. Then we went to see the night view of the city from the famous observatory at the top of the Empire State building. If you go to New York, do not miss that view from the top that is so unique.

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The next day, we continue the tour and we went to the famous Statue of Liberty, and recorded the video to start my TV show and welcomed people to New York. The statue was a gift from the French in the late 19th century to commemorate the centenary of the independence of the USA. It is considered a monument to humanity and is one of the most famous symbols of the United States. Its internal structure was designed by Eiffel, who also built the famous tower in Paris. Whoever comes to America by sea, the first thing you see is the famous statue upright, holding a flame symbolizing the freedom of this country.
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At night I went to see the famous Christmas lights and store window displays. The famous windows that New York does every Christmas really are a dream, they are so wonderful. Each has a theme and everything is automated with sets of lights, and the stores spend millions on making these windows.

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Many people go to New York just to see them. It’s fantastic, you can spend hours watching different windows. I visited Barney’s, Henri Bendel, Sak’s Fifth Avenue, and Tiffany’s. There are many more, but they are far from each other and a map is needed. It is difficult to tour the city by car or taxi, and you must have patience because the traffic is not good.

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Finally I took a horseback ride in Central Park at night, to say goodbye and wish a merry Christmas to all. I’m glad I recorded the trip, and I hope you like it when gets shown on TV. I will put it on YouTube for those who are outside Spain so you have a chance to see it, but if you want more details, I invite you to visit my website: http://angelicaferrer.com.


A kiss to all and hasta la vista baby! and soon the Video in New york.
Un beso a todos y hasta la vista baby y en breve el video in Nueva York.

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Franciscan monastery

By 10 de Dezembro de 2014 Style of life
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El monasterio del Monte Santo Sepulcro franciscano se encuentra en la calle 14 y Quincy en el barrio noreste de Brookland Washington, DC.

El propósito del monasterio era construir modelos de santuarios y lugares importantes para el cristianismo. Incluye jardines, réplicas de diversos santuarios de todo Israel, una réplica de las catacumbas de Roma, un archivo, una biblioteca, así como huesos de San Benigno de Armagh, traídos de las catacumbas romanas y originalmente en la Catedral de Narni, Italia.

The Mount St. Sepulchre Franciscan Monastery is located at 14th and Quincy Streets in the Brookland neighborhood of Northeast Washington, D.C.

The purpose of the monastery was to build models of shrines and locations important to Christianity. It includes gardens, replicas of various shrines throughout Israel, a replica of the catacombs in Rome, an archive, a library, as well as bones of Saint Benignus of Armagh, brought from the Roman Catacombs and originally in the Cathedral of Narni, Italy.

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El Reverendo Charles A. Vassani (1831-1896) nombró a los EE.UU. Hermanada conTierra Santa en 1880, en la ciudad de Nueva York. Fue a partir de esta ubicación que el Rev. Vassani y Padre Godfrey Schilling, OFM (1855-1936) comenzó a planificar la construcción de una “Tierra Santa en América” y un Santo Sepulcro. Ellos imaginaron un edificio en una alta colina en Staten Island, con vistas a la entrada del puerto de Nueva York. Estos planes fueron posteriormente desechados. Finalmente, los planes cambiaron a una colina boscosa en Brookland, Washington, DC. En 1897, el P. Godfrey compró el McCeeney Locales en Brookland para fundar un monasterio y su iglesia.

The Very Reverend Charles A. Vassani (1831–1896) established the U.S. Commissariat of the Holy Land in 1880, in New York City. It was from this location that Rev. Vassani and Father Godfrey Schilling, O.F.M. (1855-1936) began to plan to build a “Holy Land in America” and a Holy Sepulchre. They envisioned building on a high hill on Staten Island, overlooking the entrance to New York’s harbor. These plans were later dropped. Eventually the plans changed to a wooded hilltop in Brookland, Washington, D.C.. In 1897, Fr. Godfrey purchased the McCeeney Estate in Brookland in order to found a monastery and church.

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Seis hermanos vivían en la casa McCeeney abandonada. Después de comprar el sitio, P. Schilling visitó Tierra Santa y tomó medidas y fotografías de los Santos Lugares. En febrero de 1898, la tierra estaba preparada y la primera piedra fue colocada en la Fiesta de San José. La construcción de los Santuarios Sagrados, jardines, y Rosario Pórtico continuó durante varios años. La iglesia fue consagrada en septiembre de 1924, en el vigésimo quinto aniversario de su dedicación. En enero de 1992, el Monte Santa Sepulcro fue incluido en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos.

Six Brothers lived in the abandoned McCeeney house. After purchasing the site, Fr. Schilling visited the Holy Land and took measurements and photographs of the Holy Sites. In February 1898, ground was broken, and the cornerstone was laid on the Feast of St. Joseph. Construction of the Holy Shrines, Gardens, and Rosary Portico continued for several years. The Church was consecrated in September 1924, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of its dedication. In January 1992, Mount St. Sepulchre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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La Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro fue diseñado por el arquitecto Aristide Leonori. La primera piedra fue colocada en 1898 y terminada en 1899. La planta de la iglesia se asemeja vagamente la cruz de Jerusalén multiplicada por cinco. Fue construido en el estilo neo-bizantino, se asemeja a Santa Sofía de Constantinopla. Algunas influencias románicas se añadieron al diseño.

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre was designed by the architect Aristide Leonori. The cornerstone was laid in 1898 and construction completed in 1899. The floor plan of the church loosely resembles the fivefold Jerusalem cross. It was built in the neo-Byzantine style, resembling Hagia Sophia in Constantinople. Some Romanesque influences were added to the design.

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Un Rosario Pórtico diseñado por John Joseph Earley rodea la iglesia. Contiene quince capillas que representan los misterios del Rosario. Cada capilla contiene placas con el Ave María en casi doscientas lenguas antiguas y modernas. El Rosario se asemeja al Pórtico del claustro de San Juan de Letrán en Roma y San Pablo Extramuros. Varios símbolos cristianos de las catacumbas decoran la fachada.

The Rosary Portico designed by John Joseph Earley surrounds the church. It contains fifteen chapels depicting the mysteries of the Rosary. Each chapel contains plaques bearing the Hail Mary in nearly two hundred ancient and modern languages. The Rosary Portico resembles the Cloister of St. John Lateran in Rome and Saint Paul’s Outside the Walls. Various Christian symbols from the Catacombs decorate the facade.

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Se adjunta a la Iglesia el Monasterio neo-románico. Muchos artistas y arquitectos han contribuido al desarrollo del sitio. La Biblioteca y Archivos contienen diversos materiales de la Tierra Santa del desarrollo temprano del monasterio, de la vida monacal y una gran colección de vestimentas.

Attached to the Church is the neo-Romanesque Monastery. Many artists and architects have contributed to the development of the site. The Library and Archives contain various materials on the Holy Land and the early development of the monastery, monastery life and a large collection of vestments.

 

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Hasta lá vista baby😎

My Beautiful video😒☝️ but not profesional 😉.

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By 6 de Dezembro de 2014 Fashion
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Mi patria es el mundo, mis amigos la humanidad y mi religion el razonamiento logico.😒

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Hasta la vista baby😎

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Monday in WashingtonDC

By 1 de Dezembro de 2014 Style of life
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Today is Monday 1 December, the year is ending and think about the good things that happened to me in it, people I met, places I traveled and important things I’ve accomplished. I am very happy about it. Thanks to the people surround me. Would you have the same feeling of knowledge, freedom and prosperity.IMG_2302.CR2.jpg
Hoy es lunes 1 de diciembre, el año está terminando y pienso en las cosas buenas que me han ocurrido en él, gente que conocí, lugares que viajé así como cosas importantes que he logrado. Estoy muy contenta por ello. Gracias a las personas que me rodean. Ojalá ustedes tengan el mismo sentimiento de conocimiento, libertad y prosperidad. />
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Casual Style 👍
más acerca de mi ropa en DePop

Saber mais sobre meu guarda Roupa em Depop 👌

more about my clothes in Depop👌

Hasta la vista baby😎✋

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My Fashion purple.

By 12 de Outubro de 2014 Articles, Fashion, Style of life
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Mi Fashion purple desta semana es una entrevista concedida a un periódico de Brasilia,Brasil.

My Fashion purple this week is my interview about Granada in the web site in Brasilia ,Brasil.

http://www.guiabsb.net/10-07/angelica-ferrer-granada/

Photos Hotel casa 1800

https://www.facebook.com/hotelcasa1800?fref=ts

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Hawaii

By 8 de Outubro de 2014 Style of life
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El pasado mes de julio he estado en un archipiélago en el centro del pacífico perteneciente a Oceanía , el conocido y sonado Hawaii.
El aeroporto situado en plena selva tropical te da la bien venida con sus hawaianas adornadas con sus collares de flores naturales tan típicas de allí.

Last July I’ve been on an archipelago in the central Pacific Oceania belonging to the known and sounded Hawaii.
The Aeroporto located in the tropical forest gives you good coming with Hawaiian necklaces adorned with fresh flowers so typical there.
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Por la diferencia de horários , tuve 7 horas mas y las aproveché para conocer el hotel y sus alrededores.

By the time difference, I had 7 more hours and took the opportunity to know the hotel and its surroundings.
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Tiene llamas encendidas por toda la avenida. Un lugar mágico llamado Hawaii.
You have flames burning across the avenue. A magical place called Hawaii.
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Y piña colada para terminar la noche en Hawaii.
And pina colada to end the night in Hawaii.
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Buenos dias , no me gusta mucho este desayuno , hace falta frutas aqui ☝️👌 🍎🍓🍉🍇🍒🍐🍊🍈🍌🍅🍑🍓🍏🍎🍊🍋☝️☝️Good morning 😌i dont like só much This breakfast , missing fruits😌☝️🌹.
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😌👌Bonito día de sol, el sol brilla mucho, el cielo tiene un azul muy intenso y la temperatura es muy agradable. Estoy vestida tipicamente con la blusa hawaiiana y he traido mi gora de Pluto. Que ha venido especialmente para acompañarme.

😌👌 Nice sunny day, the sun shines bright, the sky is a deep blue and the temperature is very pleasant. I’m typically wearing the Hawaiian shirt and I brought my gora Pluto. It has come especially to accompany me.
IMG_9743.JPGThere is a great jewelry shop made of a rare wood called Hawaii “Koa” has a very nice special color attracts attention.
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Hay una Tienda de magnífica joyas hecha de una madera rara de Hawaii llamada “Koa” tiene un color especial muy bonita que llama la atencion.
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IMG_9757.JPGCogemos un taxi y fuimos a un magnífico lugar, con unas montañas cubiertas por la niebla, pareces que estas flotando entre nubes, no esta muy cerca de Wakiki beach que és la principal y frecuentada playa de Honolulu . Hay buenos restaurantes y tiendas.

We took a taxi and went to a great place, with mountains covered by mist seem that these floating in the clouds, not too near Wakiki beach is the main beach and frequented Honolulu. There are good restaurants and shops.
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The Palace of the Hawai’ian kings and queens lived.🇺🇸🏰
Único e considerado Castillo de Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 aqui han vivido los reis de Hawaii.🏰
IMG_6662.JPGMañana és dia de bucear en Hanauma Bay .
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Tomorrow is a day of snorkeling at Hanauma Bay.
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Buenos dias 🌴🌞 hoy és dia de bucear en lugar maravilloso, Hanauma Bay és un park ecológico natural preservado. Esta al otro lado de Wakiki.
☺️✋🌞🌻🐱Good morning 🌴🌞 Today is wonderful place to dive, Hanauma Bay is a natural ecological park preserved. This Wakiki across.
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hawaii1.jpgFuimos en taxi y asi aprovechamos mejor el dia de buceo. La Isla és una reserva,y para entrar tiene que pagar . les muestran una película de como tienen que respetar la Isla y bucear. si usted no tienen equipo de buceo,lo puede alquilar alli.
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We went by taxi and so we take the best day of diving. The island is a reservation and have to pay to enter. show them a film as they have to respect the island and snorkeling. if you do not have scuba gear, you can rent there.
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Que bonito dia de buceo , el fondo marino es precioso y el agua es muy clara y se puede apreciar muchas especies de peces. Principalmente los boraces lábridos , los peligrosos sijanidos y los escatofagidos. 🐠🐬🐳🐟🌴🌞
How nice day of diving, the seabed is beautiful and the water is very clear and you can see many species of fish. Mainly, wrasses boraces, hazardous sijanidos and escatofagidos
IMG_9765.JPGBuenas noches , mañana es día de Luau hawaiano . 💃
Good night tomorrow is Day to Luau💃🇺🇸🌴.
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Pagamos un tour completo para ir al espectaculo paradise Cover. Con derecho a autobus en la puerta del hotel,collar de flores tipicas de Hawaii naturales,fotos ,espectaculo de dança y comida. Creo que no lo haria otra vez , no me ha gustado mucho, lo he visto muy artificial.
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We have paid a full tour show to go to paradise Cover. Eligible for bus in front of the hotel, typical flower necklace natural Hawaii, photos, food and spectacle of dança. I do not think I would do it again, did not like me much, I have seen very artificial.
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IMG_7008.JPGCoktel , danca e flores….
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IMG_7047.JPGDanza tipicas hawaianas , danza del fuego y danza del sol, el Luau trae de vuelta a los dioses del pasado invocando misericordia al ser mas poderoso de la tiera el “Volcan”- que permanezca durmiendo por muchos y muchos anos.🇺🇸🌴💃
typical Hawaiian dance, fire dance, and sun dance, the Luau brings back the past by invoking the gods mercy to be more powerful on the Ground “Volcano” – to remain asleep for many, many years.
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Good morning friends🌞
Buenos días amigos🌴
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IMG_7017.JPGBonita exposición de pinturas en tabla de surf.
beautiful exhibition of paintings on board surfing
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Imposible de desayunar cerca de las ventanas , hay que despertar muy temprano. 😠😤
Impossible breakfast near the windows, you have to wake up very early. 😠😤
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IMG_6991.JPGMañana es día de visitar uno de los volcanes más activos del mundo.
Tomorrow is day to visit one of the most active volcanoes in the world.
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IMG_0758.JPGHilo es considera y llamada la grand isla ( big Island), y posee uno de los volcanes más activos del mundo. Pues si encuentra exactamente encima del punto caliente . Desde de Honolulu tomamos un avión hasta Hilo. Solo se llega en avion, con una duración de 35 a 40 minutos desde Honolulu.

Hilo is considered and called grand island (Big Island), and has one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Well if you find exactly above the hot spot. Since we took a plane from Honolulu to Hilo. Only be reached by plane, with a duration of 35 to 40 minutes from Honolulu.
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IMG_9795-0.JPG Lava volcánica muy calientes fuertemente básica por lo tanto negra . Quedan lugar a playas oscuras.
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IMG_9796.JPGUma parada no Rainbow falls.
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IMG_7158-0.JPGMe encara este autobús ☝️🌹😌 . Seguimos nuestro camino para encontrarnos con el gran volcán .
I facing this bus ☝️🌹😌. We made our way to meet the great volcano.
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IMG_7209.JPGMas información sobre volcanes 👉.
More information about volcanoes.
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IMG_0780-0.JPGCarreteras inundadas de lava volcánica .

Roads flooded volcanic lava.
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IMG_7258.JPGOkay después de ver lavas volcánicas y conocer un poco sobre uno de los volcanes más activos del mundo es hora de volar Honululo otra ves.

Okay after seeing volcanic lavas and learn a little about one of the most active volcanoes in the world is when you see another flight Honululo
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IMG_9855.JPGMe encanta mi nuevo sombrero natural de hojas de palmeras 👏👏👏👒

http://www.hawaiiancoconuthats.com/

Love my new natural Palm hat ☝️👏
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IMG_9858-1.JPGBelo dia em Hawaii👒🌴🌷
IMG_0667.CR2.jpgHawaii lindo país , 🌴🌹😌 espero verte nuevamente
Hawaii , Beautiful place , I hope see you again💃☝️👏👍🌋🌴
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Beautiful Hawaii 🌴🌞

Hasta la vista baby .

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