vista chino peace cd view our feedback estocks item delivery returns vista chino peace cd this item is in stock and available to buy now we just dont have the...... more
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Designed for TVs with screens measuring from 37" to 55" TV, the BDI Vista 9960 TV Stand is a stylish and stable mounting solution that looks the part in any...... more
Designed for TVs with screens measuring from 37" to 55" TV, the BDI Vista 9960 TV Stand is a stylish and stable mounting solution that looks the part in any room. Easy to adjust The eye-catching design takes up less floor space than a large TV stand and still gives you room for peripherals plus your large screen TV. You can adjust the height of the stand to fine-tune things to the perfect viewing position that suits you and your room. The two adjustable glass shelves are well suited to speakers and other common AV components. Versatile and stable The sturdy steel column integrates a cable management system, neatly hiding cables and keeping your entertainment area looking smart and tidy. The Vista 9960 TV stand also features integrated levellers in the base so you can set up your viewing area perfectly even on uneven floors. Thanks to its smart design this stand can be positioned in a corner or against a wall. The BDI Vista 9960 TV Stand brings your entertainment devices together neatly and securely.Only one offer can be applied per basket , so you'll be eligible for the biggest saving of all the items you buy when you reach the checkout.
Ireland is one of Europe's most green and mysterious islands and everyone who visits this isolated island in the Atlantic Ocean is given a very warm welcome....... more
Ireland is one of Europe's most green and mysterious islands and everyone who visits this isolated island in the Atlantic Ocean is given a very warm welcome. Dublin is the capital of the Irish Republic and it is a city of musicians, poets and dreamers, as well as being a financial centre. Its many old buildings indicate its long and dramatic past. It was founded by the Vikings within a wonderful valley where the River Liffey flows into the Atlantic Ocean. South west of Dublin is Kildare, the heart of Ireland's horse racing. In 1902 the Irish national stud, Tully House, was founded there. Rich and eccentric Scottish brewery heir, Colonel William Hall-Walker, had the idea of a creating unique horse breeding scheme that would be based upon astrological calculation. The Wicklow Mountains are a natural paradise of mountains, swamps and lakes, beautiful valleys and a fascinating mountain landscape to the south of Dublin. Jerpoint Abbey near Thomastown dates back to the twelfth century. It is one of the most beautiful Cistercian ruins in Ireland. The Cistercians built the monastery in characteristic style and one of the stone sarcophaguses is said to contain the bones of Holy Nicolas who was buried there by the Crusaders. Although much of it has remained unspoiled, Ireland has undergone much change. It is a land of great natural beauty, healthy commercial success and excellent hospitality: a wild green island set in the wild Atlantic Ocean!
Iceland is an island born of fire and ice with white glaciers, black beaches and green meadows: a land of geysers, waterfalls and volcanoes. Reykjavik is set...... more
Iceland is an island born of fire and ice with white glaciers, black beaches and green meadows: a land of geysers, waterfalls and volcanoes. Reykjavik is set amid a fascinating landscape, a metropolis on the outermost edge of civilisation and the world's northernmost capital city. A little outside the city is an attraction that is a meeting place for one and all, The Blue Lagoon, the largest bath tub in the world! The mineral water it contains has a temperature of forty degrees centigrade and the milky-blue pool has been proven to possess beneficial healing qualities. Southeast of The Blue Lagoon is Hveragerdi that is set within an idyllic valley. Due to its protected location and numerous thermal springs, in 1929 a garden city originated there and within its many greenhouses grow vegetables, fruit and exotic flowers. The small coastal picturesque village of Vik with its few houses and around three hundred inhabitants is located in a valley close to a bay. The mystical looking rocks seem to protect this place that has the most rainfall in what is an already rainy region and above which the rain clouds are often alive with both thunder and lightning. Iceland is a fascinating world of water, fire and ice and full of breathtaking beauty and overwhelming contrast. It is one of the last natural paradises on Earth.
Florida is the southernmost State of the USA where, for most of the time, the sun shines truly bright. Miami Beach is a narrow island just off the mainland and...... more
Florida is the southernmost State of the USA where, for most of the time, the sun shines truly bright. Miami Beach is a narrow island just off the mainland and Miami City is a leisure world of the rich and famous.Coral Gables was built in the 1920's in flamboyant southern Europe style as was the Venetian Pool and the Biltmore Hotel whose tower is a replica of the Giralda in Seville.The Florida Keys are a group of thirty one coral islands that extend from Miami on the southern point of Florida, to the Caribbean. The first and largest is Key Largo made famous by a Hollywood movie that starred Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Orlando was founded in 1875 as an agricultural distribution centre and today the biggest entertainment parks in the world are located there and attended by almost forty three million visitors each year.On the east coast of the Florida Peninsula, Cape Canaveral juts out into the Atlantic As far back as 1949 the 'Rocket Trials Zone', as it was then known, was built within an area that has been further developed and extended to become the world famous Space Station it is today. Florida is a truly magical place with something special to offer for one and all!
BAHAMAS Nassau is the capital of the island of New Providence which is one of the many islands of the Bahaman archipelago that extends for almost a thousand...... more
BAHAMAS Nassau is the capital of the island of New Providence which is one of the many islands of the Bahaman archipelago that extends for almost a thousand kilometres between Cuba and Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. New Providence is the commercial and political centre and is more commonly known as the Bahamas. Built between 1805 and 1813 in typical American southern style, the pink-coloured buildings of Parliament Square are the headquarters of the Bahamian government. In front of the white columned Neo-Classical parliament building is a noble statue of the English queen, Victoria, as a young girl. The colourful Caribbean Straw Market is a lively place. There are lots of fascinating things to see including skilful craftsmen who carve traditional objects from mahogany. Bags, baskets and hats made of straw are offered as souvenirs. Along the coast there are several caves in which pirates once hid their ill-gotten gains or argued over buried treasure. During the Stone Age the Arawak Indians lived in the caves. Cable Beach boasts a multitude of exquisite modern hotel complexes that cater for every need and several of them possess a casino. Naturally, each has its own lavish bathing areas and a vast choice of exciting entertainment. Thus it's not too difficult to understand why British secret agent 007 often chose these islands for his investigations! The Bahamas: the very name conjures up remote sandy beaches and turquoise blue water, romantic sunsets and tropical nights. A place where fantastic dreams become wonderful reality.
MIAMI Miami City is a tropical, gleaming metropolis with palm trees, beaches, Art Deco, luxury and crime. Along with Miami Beach it is at the centre of the...... more
MIAMI Miami City is a tropical, gleaming metropolis with palm trees, beaches, Art Deco, luxury and crime. Along with Miami Beach it is at the centre of the expanding southern region of the American State of Florida and has both a highly developed economy as well as a flourishing tourist industry. Miami Beach is a narrow island just off the mainland and Miami city, a leisure world of the young and beautiful and of the rich and famous. In 1915 millionaire Carl Fisher had a road constructed through the island's dense and snake-invested mangrove forest, today's Lincoln Road. The aftermath of a powerful hurricane once meant a new beginning: hundreds of hotels and apartment houses were built in Art Deco Style and today they blend well with the local lifestyle. Since the 1950s Virginia Key has been the home of the Miami Seaquarium, a marvellous world of marine life. It soon became world famous due to the incredible performances of its marine life and part of the TV Series "Flipper" was filmed there. The Miami region is a melting pot of immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean, a lively metropolis on the edge of the Everglades and the Florida Keys. A unique American cocktail of glamour, flamboyance and harsh reality!
Advantages: So much to see and do, lots of things are cheap. Disadvantages: Not enough time to do it all, some big costs.
...Orlando Florida, Wow! Where do I start, can I fit all the information in this review, will I forget details as is so often the way of great places, let’s hope not. I booked my trip to Orlando in October 1999 for Summer 2000, there were 4 of us going, all adults (21-33 years old) Therefore we had no children and several people had told us it was more for kids.
We flew from Manchester Ring...
04.05.2001 00:23 ·Read review
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Review of Orlando
Advantages: You get your photo taken with Mickey Disadvantages: You get your photo taken with Mickey
...good value for money.
The 'Orlando' area, where the theme parks are is not actually in Orlando at all but some fifteen miles south around an area called Kissimmee. The 'action' centres on five main places which you will get to know well during your stay. They are DisneyWorld itself, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, International Drive and Highway 192.
The first three cost money to visit so I will...
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Review of Orlando
Advantages: Spacious,clean high standard accomodation Disadvantages: Hotel on a lonely road need a car
...use ths available shuttle service to Disney so unable to comment on that service.
This hotel is perfect for visiting Disney, Universal Studios and Seaworld they are only a short drive away. We hope to go back to Orlando again and we would definately stay here again. We had 5 days at a Disney hotel and it wasn't a patch on this one!!
Another point to note if you get the chance visit...