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Looking for an Atlanta Limousine for your Birthday Celebration?
Birthdays are often special occasions for everyone. As we grow older it isn't easy to design the perfect birthday for everyone you love. What better way to start than by taking the idea of an Atlanta limousine ride? The experienced chauffeurs of Rush Hour Limos can make your birthday celebration memorable with an enjoyable and comfortable journey around the metropolis. There are numerous ways to spend the day in Atlanta that will make any birthday memorable. Get it Glamorous The inclusion of a limousine in the celebrations is always a great way to provide a sense of elegance and glamour. Why? It's not every day that you have the opportunity to drive on the roads in an Atlanta limousine! It's also the ideal option for those in search of a comfortable vehicle to the Birthday Celebrations at a bar, a restaurant, or a conference room. There is Enough Space for Everyone What's better than taking a drive to pick up every one of your loved ones or guests? If you're taking them out for a birthday celebration, you'll want everyone to be there! On the way to the venue, be all out and have an extravagant red carpet laid all over the place where the limousine is expected to come up to. In the event, for instance, as the limousine is coming up, let the guests from the inside stand outside and be cheering on the person of honor on their arrival. Everyone Needs an Afternoon of Enjoyment If you're driving around in the limo in the first place Why not make a whole day out of it? Get your special guests picked up and stop at a few stops on the way to your party. It can include anything from spas, massages, shopping, or even grabbing an ice cream at your favorite restaurant. In addition in the course of the day, it will be a lot of time to relax in your Atlanta Limousine to the fullest. Irrespective of age What would be memorable about an event for a child's birthday, If the party was held outside of their own home, and if all guests were transported in a limousine? So, you could request your driver drive to every guest's home to collect them. If the kids are going bowling, mini-golf or the water park, or even the Zoo. So, adding the element of class a limousine can add to the celebration will guarantee that it will be one to remember. Rush Hour Limos is proud to provide you with a luxurious way to celebrate your birthday in style. We have incredible vehicles that are perfect for almost any type of event, whether it's a night out on the town or big birthday bash. Just Contact Us at 404-388-0048. Keep Visiting our website for more information
Jennifer Lawrence Refuses To Fly Commercial
You're never going to see Jennifer Lawrence fly coach. Despite the cost, Jennifer Lawrence explained to Vogue that she is okay with spending the extra cash to fly in a private jet. For being an A-lister, she's one of the biggest names in Hollywood which means there's an abundance of crazy fans, special treatment, and extra security. Though commercial airlines are obviously more practical, it just doesn't fit in with Lawrence's lifestyle any longer. "I always want to — it’s cheaper, it’s easier — but there can be 300 perfectly lovely people at the gate and one crazy person who ruins it for everyone, so flying private is great because I don’t have to worry,” she explained. “Is that relatable enough for you?” On another note, when Lawrence isn't hanging out with her BFF Amy Schumer, she goes over to Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis' home to relax. The couple lives two doors down from Lawrence so she obviously goes over and just casually invites herself in. "They’re awesome. I go over there uninvited," she said. "They’re probably getting pretty sick of me.” For now, Lawrence is primarily focused on her upcoming movie premiere of The Hunger Games : Mocking Jay Part 2. Though she may have taken another very public tumble, she's gracefully accepting her embarrassment. The 'Hunger Games' movie will hit theaters on Nov. 20 instantly becoming a huge hit. It will be interesting to see what Lawrence does when the Hunger Games officially ends. At least we know she'll still be flying in style. So private jet? Or commercial?
5 Crazy Confessions As Told By Flight Attendants
I spent my weekend in Chicago. Yesterday I flew back and was seating in the second to last row of the plane, which left my ears in close proximity of the flight attendants and their gossiping. I'm usually seated in either the front or the middle of the plane when I have a flight, so it was my first time actually hearing flight attendants engage in conversation as these were. They were loud and obnoxious and of course that would be the case when I forget to buy a pair of headphones. I heard them chat about everything from snap chat to their plans for the weekend. After a two hour flight and unnecessary noise at the crack of dawn, I realized flight attendants are still people at the end of the day. I have a way of putting people in a bubble because of their career sometimes and I have to remind myself that we are all human. Speaking of being human, once I returned home after my flight I randomly and ironically stumbled across an article about flight attendants and their insane confessions. If these confessions don't make you realize that flight attendants are human at the end of the day, I don't know what will. Keep scrolling to see for yourself below. "My friend walked to the back lavatory to wash his hands. He was talking to me as he opened the door. What he didn't know was that there was a woman sitting on the toilet who forgot to lock it. He stepped in without seeing her and was between her legs. She tried to pull her panties up quickly but couldn't because he was standing on them. They both fell out of the bathroom." "An air marshall came up to me while working in the back galley and starting talking. He asked me if we could hang out during the layover. I told him no, but then he continued to persist and said he wanted to spend the night with me. I said, 'I'm flattered, but I'm happily married.' He came back and said, 'It's OK. No one will have to find out. It's not like your husband is here.' That's when I let him know, 'Actually, he's our pilot.' He slunk back in his seat like the dog he was." "I had a passenger that bit off his toenails, making a small clippings pile on the small console of the seat. When he asked me to throw them out, my face wrinkled up so bad that I think he knew he was way out of line." "I had an 8-year-old walk on the plane with a Mike's Hard Lemonade." "A passenger was a quadriplegic and brought a service monkey with him on the plane. The monkey started going nuts on the flight. It was feeding on the passenger food and started spewing the food all over the plane. Another flight attendant took the monkey and put it in the bathroom, but then it started going apeshit in there. They could not get that monkey to calm down." Wow, and to think I was complaining about a little gossip. Have you had any funny or insane plane experiences? @TessStevens @VixilCastillo @buddyesd @InPlainSight @alywoah @EasternShell @humairaa @TurtleyTurtles @MyAffairWith @primodiva93 @Cle1 @nicolejb @cindystran @keith2web @marshalledgar @jazziejazz @ChriSingularis @shannonl5
Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
The ksar, a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat. The houses crowd together within the defensive walls, which are reinforced by corner towers. Ait-Ben-Haddou, in Ouarzazate province, is a striking example of the architecture of southern Morocco. Located in the foothills on the southern slopes of the High Atlas in the Province of Ouarzazate, the site of Ait-Ben-Haddou is the most famous ksar in the Ounila Valley. The Ksar of Aït-Ben-Haddou is a striking example of southern Moroccan architecture. The ksar is a mainly collective grouping of dwellings. Inside the defensive walls which are reinforced by angle towers and pierced with a baffle gate, houses crowd together - some modest, others resembling small urban castles with their high angle towers and upper sections decorated with motifs in clay brick - but there are also buildings and community areas. It is an extraordinary ensemble of buildings offering a complete panorama of pre-Saharan earthen construction techniques. The oldest constructions do not appear to be earlier than the 17th century, although their structure and technique were propagated from a very early period in the valleys of southern Morocco. The site was also one of the many trading posts on the commercial route linking ancient Sudan to Marrakesh by the Dra Valley and the Tizi-n'Telouet Pass. Architecturally, the living quarters form a compact grouping, closed and suspended. The community areas of the ksar include a mosque, a public square, grain threshing areas outside the ramparts, a fortification and a loft at the top of the village, an caravanserai, two cemeteries (Muslim and Jewish) and the Sanctuary of the Saint Sidi Ali or Amer. The Ksar of Ait- Ben-Haddou is a perfect synthesis of earthen architecture of the pre-Saharan regions of Morocco. Criterion (iv): The Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou is an eminent example of a ksar in southern Morocco illustrating the main types of earthen constructions that may be observed dating from the 17th century in the valleys of Dra, Todgha, Dadès and Souss. Criterion (v): The Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou illustrates the traditional earthen habitat, representing the culture of southern Morocco, which has become vulnerable as a result of irreversible socio-economic and cultural changes Integrity (2009) All the structures comprising the ksar are located within the boundaries of the property and the buffer zone protects its environment. The earthen buildings are very vulnerable due to lack of maintenance and regular repair resulting from the abandonment of the ksar by its inhabitants. The CERKAS (Centre for the conservation and rehabilitation of the architectural heritage of atlas and sub-atlas zones) monitors, with difficulty, respect for the visual integrity of the property. Authenticity (2009) In comparison to other ksour of the region, the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou has preserved its architectural authenticity with regard to configuration and materials. The architectural style is well preserved and the earthen constructions are perfectly adapted to the climatic conditions and are in harmony with the natural and social environment. The large houses in the lower part of the village, with well conserved decorative motifs, are regularly maintained. The construction materials used still remain earth and wood. The inclination to introduce cement has so far been unsuccessful, thanks to the continued monitoring of the «Comité de contrôle des infractions» (Rural Community, Town Planning Division, Urban Agency, CERKAS). Only a few lintels and reinforced concrete escaped its vigilance, but they have been hidden by earthen rendering. Particular attention is also paid to doors and windows giving on to the lanes, to ensure that the wood is not replaced by metal. Protection and management requirements (2009) Protection measures essentially relate to the different laws for the listing of historic monuments and sites, in particular the Law 22-80 concerning Moroccan heritage. The Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou currently has a five-year management plan (2007-2012). This management plan is the result of two years of reflection and workshops involving all the persons and institutions concerned with the future of the site, in particular the local populations. The recommendations of this plan are being implemented. Furthermore, two management committees have been established (a local committee and a national one) in which all the parties are represented and cooperate in decision-making. As well as managing the property, CERKAS ensures coordination in the implementation of this management plan. visit our site for more informations...
Why Do You Choose a Private Transfer from Rome to Capri?
How is your vacation going on in Italy? Getting the most out of your time with friends and family? Each and everything is perfect if your trip goes well. You’re having fun and unwinding yourself with the near and dear ones. The more you visit the more you explore. You would really like to see the most part of the places Italy is famed for. Maybe you’re at Positano, Ravello, Sorrento, and Naples or could be on the Amalfi Coast. You would like to explore the Capri Island that you’ve been listening to all the time – it’s stunning and magnificent. Well, are you heading to Capri Island? You can take a private transfer from Rome to Capri. Otherwise, you can prefer to hire airport transfer from Naples to Capri Island. No matter whatever the option you wish to go with, your visit to Capri Island with your family will be a memorable one for sure. But, how is it possible? We have the perfect guide for you and will take this opportunity to provide you the chance to do it on the sea!! Still, not convinced? Please check out this blog. Why Choose a Private Transfer to Capri Island? A private transfer from Rome to Capri can be a great option to discover the splendid delights of Capri Island. Upon booking your transfer service, you will be led by highly qualified English speaking skipper who will allow you to get the most out of your experience. Capri Island is one of the picturesque islands in the Gulf of Naples, located just opposite of the Sorrentine Peninsula. Situated just a short distance away from the chaos of the city, the island offers a full package of magical landscapes and beautiful views. However, the panorama of Capri Island is famous all across the world and its nightlife is simply magnificent. This means, visiting this island through airport transfer from Naples to Capri, you will have a great experience but what you could see from a boat it’s completely different. The spectacles you will admire during your excursion to reach Capri Island include different taste and they will leave you with an unforgettable memory at the end of the day. Also, you will have some beautiful photographs of your journey – which will tell the unique story of your boat excursion to access Capri Island. Rest assured that, your private transfer from Rome to Capri will be planned perfectly, including a scheduled pickup from your hotel, airport, port, train station or every other place you may need. You will be provided with a private expert driver and experience the journey with all the comforts. Conclusion – Still, you’re thinking? Or counting how many of your family and friends you have to take? You might’ve got your list and planned your vacation in Capri Island. It’s time to book your airport transfer from Naples to Capri through Napoli Limo Service and we’ll handle all of your transportation needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us today for any special request, if you’ve any! Capri Island with its magnificent landscapes is waiting for you to live them!! Don’t miss this chance for a wonderful Mediterranean Sea experience with Napoli Limo Service!! Please stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus social networks.
The Thomas Fire - Air Battle for Santa Barbara
The Thomas Fire is poised to become the largest wildfire in the history of California. It has burned 253,000 acres, including nearly 1,000 structures, and has claimed 2 lives. (UPDATE - Thomas DID become the largest fire in California History until just recently being dethroned by the Mendocino Complex Fire which as of this writing - September 13th, 2018 - is STILL burning). 153 fire crews with over 8,300 fire personnel manning over 1,000 fire engines are fighting the active fire lines. The problem is that the mountain range that surrounds Santa Barbara is very steep and very dangerous. There are few access roads to many of the more remote peaks. And many land owners have built sizeable homes in the most precarious locations along the mountainside. This means that the only effective way to fight the fire and prevent further structure damage is from the air. Currently there are 32 helicopter crews assigned to the Thomas Fire and 6 fixed wing aircraft crews. The majority of these crews can only fly during daylight. And they are limited to 7 hours of flight time per day. None of the fixed wing aircraft are flown at night. currently only 2 helicopter crews are rated for night flight. This means that both fixed and rotor (helicopter) flight operations must be conducted concurrently; greatly increasing the risk of a mid-air collision. Luckily these flight crews are manned and supervised by some of the best aviators in the world and their coordinated attack on the fire appears more like dance than a battle. In the rotor (helicopter) division you have two types of craft - those which carry large buckets (filled with water or fire retardant) and those which have internal or mounted tanks (filled with water or fire retardant). The helicopters that deliver buckets to the fire line come in all shapes and sizes. From military craft (Hueys and Blackhawks), to large commercial and smaller commercial craft. Above - a Blackhawk carrying a bucket "paints" the fire line with bright colored fire retardant. Above - The Twin Non-Coaxial rotor Kaman K-Max helicopter works the fire. Above: A Siller Helicopters CH-54A (H-781); a Type 1 (tanker) helicopter. A spotter helicopter (command) circles the area of attack and gives dropping directions to the rotor crews as they arrive. They leave the fire line after dropping their payloads and return to pick up more (water or retardant). This back and forth attack continues for hours. Above - A Coulson C-130 Air Tanker flies into the fire zone for a drop. Fixed wing aircraft work with a spotter that paints the target drop area (they drop an aerosol dye that stays airborn and highly visable to the pilot of the larger craft. The advantage of larger aircraft such as the C-130 Hercules and the Brittish Aerospace 146 is that they can carry thousands of gallons of water or retardant instead of hundreds. These planes have the ability to greatly assist ground based teams in stopping the progression of a fire. Even modified commercial jetliners can be effective in delivering massive amounts of retardant to the fire line such as the Erickson MD-87 (Above). Above - a BAe 146 drops its payload - protecting a cluster of homes in the Thomas Fire's path. At the end of the day hundreds of flight hours have been logged and countless acres of land have been saved. The photos above were shot with a Nikon D4s and Nikkor 500mm f/4 AF-S lens. I was behind the fire lines (in the manditory evacuation zone) - around 1 mile from the action in the sky above.