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Orange Street Style

By 25 de Mar莽o de 2015 Fashion
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Orange Street Style is my Style this week to go to street and show the fashion warning signs 馃崐馃毄鈿狅笍馃殾馃毀鉀旓笍馃毟馃毌 and read in English, portuguese and Spanish my articles about Dolce & Gabbana polemic馃榿馃槆 .

http://www.guiabsb.net/03-23/poetas-calados/

http://www.finareview.com/#!While-they-are-knowitalls-in-fashion-they-leave-something-to-be-desired-as-social-theorists/c193z/551056cf0cf22035304dd7f9

http://www.finareview.com.br/#!Poetas-Calados/c193z/550dc0270cf23050bc88475b

馃槑 hasta l谩 vista

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Let it snow

By 14 de Mar莽o de 2015 Fashion
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[Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow]

Oh the weather outside is frightful, But the fire is so delightful.

Since we’ve no place to go Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow.

It doesn’t show signs of stopping. And I brought some corn for popping.

Lights are turned down low Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow. When we finaly kiss, good night.

How I’ll hate going out in the storm. But if you really hold me tight, All the way home I’ll be warm.

The fire is slowly dyin’ And my dear we’re still good-byein’, As long as you love me so Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow.

Weather outside is frightful, But that fire is… hmmm delighteful.

Since we’ve no place to go Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow.

It doesn’t show signs of stopping. And I brought lots of corn for popping. The lights are ‘way down low so Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow.

When we finaly say good night. How I’ll hate going out in the storm. But if you lonely hold me tight, All the way home I’ll be warm.

The fire is slowly dyin’ And my dear we’re still good-byein’, ‘long as you love me so Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow.鉂勶笍鉀勶笍馃寑

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

Frank Sinatra馃尮馃挮

Winter is ending and Spring is coming here! In the Southern Hemisphere Autumn is coming, e.g. Brazil, Australia and Argentina, and all the leaves on the trees begin to turn red and fall, preparing to welcome the winter! Here in the northern hemisphere, e.g. the USA, Europe, Spring will begin where all nature is renewed and bloom. The seasons are as stages in our lives, and it is time to renew as the Spring and the cold goes away! This prepares us for the season full of life and light!

 

Hasta La Vista Baby….. stay warm

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Hotel Willard

By 6 de Janeiro de 2015 Style of life
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Situado en el coraz贸n de la ciudad de Washington y en las proximidades de la Casa Blanca, el Hotel Willard ha sido escenario de acontecimientos hist贸ricos, tanto grandes como peque帽os. Adem谩s de ser un hotel con elementos arquitect贸nicos cl谩sicos y una decoraci贸n elegante, el Hotel Willard es una instituci贸n de Washington y una instalaci贸n de 4 estrellas.

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

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5d3_8739_1.jpgLa primera delegaci贸n de embajadores de Jap贸n se aloj贸 en el Willard en 1860 y declar贸 que el hotel era m谩s lujoso que la casa de la Secretar铆a de Estado de EE.UU.. En febrero de 1861, fue el escenario de la conferencia de paz que fue el 煤ltimo esfuerzo para evitar la Guerra Civil. Justo antes de la conclusi贸n de esta conferencia, Abraham Lincoln se col贸 en el hotel. El secreto era vital, debido a las numerosas amenazas contra su vida. Vivi贸 en el Hotel Willard hasta su inauguraci贸n 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 s贸lo 2 cuadras de la Casa Blanca, y Grant desarroll贸 el h谩bito de frecuentar el vest铆bulo del hotel para un cigarro y un whisky o brandy. Una leyenda urbana dice que el t茅rmino “lobbying” (cabildeo) se deriva de los solicitantes de favores que iban en busca de Grant en el lobby (vest铆bulo) del hotel.

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5d3_8818_1-1.jpgEl siglo XX

La reuni贸n inaugural de la Asociaci贸n Americana del C谩ncer se celebr贸 en el Willard en 1907. Woodrow Wilson esboz贸 la forma temprana de la Sociedad de Naciones en el hotel en 1916. La Asociaci贸n de Oficiales de Reserva se fund贸 all铆 en 1922, y Martin Luther King Jr. escribi贸 “Yo tengo un sue帽o” durante su estancia en el hotel en 1963. El Hotel Willard se encuentra ahora en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Hist贸ricos.

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Aparte de los acontecimientos hist贸ricos, 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 l谩 vista 馃槑

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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Glitter and glamour to inspire the New Year

By 3 de Janeiro de 2015 Fashion
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5d3_8680_1.jpgPoliticians and diapers should be changed from time to time for the same reason.Eca de Queiroz

Los pol铆ticos y los pa帽ales deben ser cambiados de vez en cuando por la misma raz贸n.
Eca de Queiroz5d3_8671_1.jpgHappiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.Ernest Hemingway

La felicidad en la gente inteligente es la cosa m谩s rara que conozco.
Ernest Hemingway

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dsc00959.jpgDemocracy is a statistical error, because in a democracy the majority rules and the majority are imbeciles.Jorge Luis Borges

La democracia es un error estad铆stico, ya que en una democracia la mayor铆a manda y la mayor铆a son imb茅ciles.
Jorge Luis Borgesdsc00961.jpgLa soledad es la madre de la sabidur铆a.Laurence Sterne

Loneliness is the mother of wisdom.
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When a person suffers a delusion it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called religion.
Robert M. Pirsig

Cuando una persona sufre un delirio se llama locura. Cuando mucha gente sufre de un delirio que se llama religi贸n.
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This year will shine for everyone with health and much luck in the game of life. A toast to life.馃挜馃帀馃嵏馃懐馃樃

Que este a帽o brille para todos con salud y mucha suerte en el juego de la vida. Un brindis por la vida.馃嵏馃帀馃懐馃槝馃挜馃樃馃尮

And Hasta la vida baby 馃槑

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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 prop贸sito del monasterio era construir modelos de santuarios y lugares importantes para el cristianismo. Incluye jardines, r茅plicas de diversos santuarios de todo Israel, una r茅plica de las catacumbas de Roma, un archivo, una biblioteca, as铆 como huesos de San Benigno de Armagh, tra铆dos 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) nombr贸 a los EE.UU. Hermanada conTierra Santa en 1880, en la ciudad de Nueva York. Fue a partir de esta ubicaci贸n que el Rev. Vassani y Padre Godfrey Schilling, OFM (1855-1936) comenz贸 a planificar la construcci贸n de una “Tierra Santa en Am茅rica” 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 compr贸 el McCeeney Locales en Brookland para fundar un monasterio y su iglesia.

The Very Reverend Charles A. Vassani (1831鈥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 viv铆an en la casa McCeeney abandonada. Despu茅s de comprar el sitio, P. Schilling visit贸 Tierra Santa y tom贸 medidas y fotograf铆as de los Santos Lugares. En febrero de 1898, la tierra estaba preparada y la primera piedra fue colocada en la Fiesta de San Jos茅. La construcci贸n de los Santuarios Sagrados, jardines, y Rosario P贸rtico continu贸 durante varios a帽os. La iglesia fue consagrada en septiembre de 1924, en el vig茅simo quinto aniversario de su dedicaci贸n. En enero de 1992, el Monte Santa Sepulcro fue incluido en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Hist贸ricos.

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 dise帽ado 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 Jerusal茅n multiplicada por cinco. Fue construido en el estilo neo-bizantino, se asemeja a Santa Sof铆a de Constantinopla. Algunas influencias rom谩nicas se a帽adieron al dise帽o.

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 P贸rtico dise帽ado por John Joseph Earley rodea la iglesia. Contiene quince capillas que representan los misterios del Rosario. Cada capilla contiene placas con el Ave Mar铆a en casi doscientas lenguas antiguas y modernas. El Rosario se asemeja al P贸rtico del claustro de San Juan de Letr谩n en Roma y San Pablo Extramuros. Varios s铆mbolos 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-rom谩nico. 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 colecci贸n 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 l谩 vista baby馃槑

My Beautiful video馃槖鈽濓笍 but not profesional 馃槈.

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Fashion feline!

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.馃槖

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Hasta la vista baby馃槑

http://www.glossh.com/blog/angelica-ferrer/

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Photos in Chinatown

By 5 de Dezembro de 2014 Fashion
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https://www.facebook.com/mark.kanawati?fref=ts

washington DC ,Chinetonw.

Hasta la vista Baby.

 

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Street Style

By 2 de Dezembro de 2014 Good looks
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Good Morning America and good afternoon Europe.Today I share with you a story of the history channel about:One of Shakespeare鈥檚 rare First Folios Discovered in French Library
By Sarah Pruitt馃憤 my Favorite channel. IMG_2029.JPG
Buenos dias America y buenas tardes Europe.Hoy quiero compartir con ustedes una articulo del canal de historia sobre: 鈥嬧婾no de raros primeros folios de Shakespeare Descubierto en una Biblioteca en Francia.
Por Sarah Pruitt馃憤 mi canal favorito.

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http://www.history.com/news/one-of-shakespeares-rare-first-folios-discovered-in-french-library?cmpid=Social_Facebook_HITH_12012014_3

Xoxo my dear 馃槝
Besitos a todos 馃槝

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By 13 de Novembro de 2014 Articles
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English Architecture in WashingtonDC

By 7 de Novembro de 2014 Last posts instagram, Style of life, The best Posts
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WashingtonDC es conocido como el centro de la pol铆tica del gobierno y donde Vive Obama, Cosmopolita y moderna, la capital de los Estados Unidos de Am茅rica tiene una presencia muy Ingl茅s en la arquitectura de viviendas y edificios. En oto帽o las calles son realmente como una pel铆cula. WashingtonDC no dejar mucho que desear en t茅rminos de belleza natural, y tiene muchos parques naturales y est谩 cortada por varios r铆os y cubierto por varios lagos. ..IMG_1935.JPGIMG_1934.JPG

Washington, DC is known as the center of government policy and where Obama lives. Cosmopolitan and modern, the capitol of the United States of America has a very English architecture presence in homes and buildings. In autumn the streets are truly like a movie. Washington, DC does not leave much to be desired in terms of natural beauty, and has many natural parks and is crossed by several rivers and covered by several lakes.

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Hasta la vista Baby馃槑鉁

By Ferrer Angelica.

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