A man is walking along a beach when he comes across a lamp. He picks the lamp up, rubs it, and a genie pops out. As is customary the genie grants him three wishes. The guy says, 'I'd like a million dollars.' Poof! A million dollars appears at his feet.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V517 Scotland travel: Dalhousie Castle ruins along the River Esk. This used to be a chapel, and was rendered roofless in response to a roof tax - no roof, no tax! Did that rule get passed in Edinburgh too?
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2787 South bank Thames River at low tide - a walk along the river bank in the middle of London, England.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2789 A walk along the bank of the River Thames, London, England.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2790 Continuing our walk along the bank of the Thames River, London, England. Walking past the Tate Museum.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2791 Such a pleasant walk along the River Thames, London, England.
*******ourvideosite****/View/V2792 A pirate ship was discovered as part of our walk along the River Thames, London, England.
Sinhagad Road – A profitable option for real estate investment
The property market in Pune has grown at a significant rate due to widespread infrastructural development. Several multinational companies have set their base in Pune and this has resulted in increase in demand for residential as well as commercial properties. Over the past decade several areas previously considered as fringe areas have developed with presence of classy residential and commercial properties providing state of art infrastructure and top class amenities.
Sinhagad Road is one of the areas that has witnessed and benefited from this real estate boom. One of the factors that have contributed to the development is the connectivity of Sinhagad road with the remaining areas within the city. Sinhagad road is easily accessible from central areas of Pune like Kothrud, Deccan and Karvenagar. It is also well connected to Katraj, Warje, Mhatre Bridge, Sarasbaug, chandni chowk and Khadakwasla. Sinhagad Road is at a distance of 18 kms from the Pune Airport. The Pune railway station is at a distance of 12 kms from Sinhagad road and this area has top class facilities including premium schools, restaurants, colleges, multiplexes, malls, hospitals etc. With presence of schools like Sinhagad City school, green acres schools, Springdale school and Sinhagad College residential apartments in this area are in great demand. The Rajiv Gandhi IT park located at Hinjewadi is 20 mins from this area and so there is a great demand for residential property among IT professionals. Sinhagad Road has a range of properties to offer from a cross section of home buyers. This area has 1 and 2 BHK apartments/flats along with premium 3 BHK apartments as well as classy bungalows and row houses.
Sinhagad Road boasts of continuous water supply thanks to the presence of dams like Varasgaon, Panshet and Khadakwasla in its vicity. The area also has several recreational options like P L Deshpande garden. DSK Developers one of the premium property developers in the city have undertaken several projects in Sinhagad Road including beautiful designed townships with state of art amenities. DSK Meghmalhar located at DSK Vishwa has 1 and 2 BHK intelligently designed apartments along with 3 BHK row houses. DSK Vishwa Villas has beautiful 3 BHK bungalows that are designed in American style. DSK Saptasur is another project in this area that has spacious 3 BHK homes that are beautiful designed to cater to the needs of the discriminating home buyers. DSK Sayantara is an exclusive project from the DSK house comprising of beautiful bungalow plots that promise panoramic views of the beautiful Khadakwasla lake. These fully developed plots come between areas of 3000 to 5000 sq ft and can be customised as per the requirements of the home buyers. With rapid development in this area the property rates in Sinhagad road are between Rs2500 to Rs 3500.
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Ride Along Pooh
2001 Musical Model
Plays 6 Adorable Songs
Interactive Baby Plush Toy
This adorable interactive toy is "Ride Along Pooh"! Great for stimulating baby. Encourages interaction and curiosity. It has various songs....that we have come to know and love. To activate songs you have to press the green colorful baby elephant Pooh is riding.Pooh is a baby too! he is wearing a red little shirt. His baby elephant friend is an adorable and captivating green pattern sure to hold any child's attention. Nice detailing on Pooh's face and the elephant has nice colors and purple ears. Uses 3 AA batteries. Surface washable.
Great as a gift for baby and toddlers. Great collector's item if your into collecting musical interactive toys.
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www.fartoons**** - Barney the Dinosaur does a sing-along PSA on various troubling topics. Produced by Ryan Wells.
How to fold your handmade card along the score (crease) line.
I went for a drive along the Great Ocean Road, with Marlene and Ellen. It is one of the great drives of the world, hugging the coastline with spectacular scenery and also going through rainforest and farmland.
We had a look at Bells Beach, famous for surfing. There were only a few surfers there but we did see an Echidna! I must say, the toilet block at Bells Beach is one of the nicest I have seen. It has beautiful murals over it.
We saw the Memorial Arch and stopped at some lookouts. It was time for a rest when we got to Lorne. Then we moved on and got to the Twelve Apostles. There are only 9 now but they still look great. Then it was off to Loch Ard Gorge. Lots of steps going down to the beach but worth it if you can make it back up.
We had lunch in Port Campbell. Then we went to The Arch and also London Bridge, which fell down in 1990, so it isn't really a bridge anymore. We finished our trip at Peterborough.
I will tell you a bit of history of the road.
The road was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932, and is the world's largest war memorial; dedicated to casualties of World War I.
The Great Ocean Road was first planned towards the end of the first world war.
Surveying for the road started in 1918 - with the road suggested to travel from Barwon Heads, follow the coast west around Cape Otway, and end near Warrnambool. In 1918, the Great Ocean Road Trust was formed as a private company, under the helm of president Howard Hitchcock. The company managed to secure £81,000 in capital from private subscription and borrowing, with Hitchcock himself contributing £3000.
Construction on the road began on 19 September 1919, built by approximately 3,000 returned servicemen as a war memorial for fellow servicemen who had been killed in World War I. An advance survey team progressed through dense wilderness at approximately 3 kilometres a month. Construction was done by hand; using explosives, pick and shovel, wheel barrows, and some small machinery. Several workers were killed during construction.
The soldiers were paid 10 shillings and sixpence for eight hours per day, also working a half-day on Saturdays. They used tents for accommodation and made use of a communal dining marquee and kitchen; food costing up to 10 shillings a week. Despite the difficulty involved in constructing the road, the workers had access to a piano, gramophone, games, newspapers and magazines at the camps.
The road was closed at Eastern View from 10 May 1922 for further work; opening again on 21 December along with tolls to recoup construction costs. The charge, payable at Eastern View, was two shillings for motor cars and 10 shillings for wagons with more than two horses.
In November 1932, the section from Lorne to Apollo Bay was finished, bringing the road to completion. The road was officially opened with Victoria's Lieutenant-Governor Sir William Irvine holding a ceremony near Lorne's Grand Pacific Hotel and the road subsequently being acknowledged as the world's largest war memorial.
In its original state, the road was considered a formidable drive; fitting only a single vehicle comfortably at a time. Areas with sheer cliffs would be most hazardous, with only few places for drivers to pull over to allow others to proceed in the opposite direction. On 2 October 1936, the road was handed to the State Government, with the deed for the road presented to the Victorian Premier at a ceremony at the Cathedral Rock toll gate. It was at this time that the tolls were also removed.
In 1962, the road was deemed by the Tourist Development Authority to be one of the world's great scenic roads. It also had sections widened between the Lorne Hotel and the Pacific Hotel to improve traffic, while aiming to preserve it's character. Despite improvements, the road was still considered a challenging drive; the Victorian Police motor school even using it for training around 1966.
Over its life, the Great Ocean Road has been susceptible to natural elements. In 1960 the section at Princetown was partially washed away by water during storms. It experienced landslides on 11 August 1964 and in 1971. Both closing sections of the road near Lorne. Because of the terrain surrounding the road, it was also closed due to bush-fires in 1962 and 1964, particularly in areas with nearby camp-sites. In January, 2011 a section of the overhanging cliffs collapsed due to heavy rain.
The Great Ocean Road is now home to The Great Ocean Road Marathon. I had a wonderful time and if you have the opportunity to go along the road, I would highly recommend it.
If theres a hotspot in the city of Angels it comes as no surprise that socialite and heiress Paris Hilton was spotted there. Were talking about the Greystone Manor Supperclub in West Hollywood where Paris along with sister Nicky and oil heir Brandon Davis partied till late in the night.
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Hasbro BoohBah & Ragdoll Ltd
Dance Along Jingbah 06390/06416
Color vibrant pink Purple
made in China
Surface washable only
5.0 out of 5 stars My rude little Boohbah, February 1, 2005
By Jorge ( Chely's Brother ) (New York, NY USA)Pink Boohbah Dancing Jingbah Toy. Yes I am an adult male completely captivated by the world of The Boohbah. Do I understand the Boohbah? No. Am I ashamed? A little. Will I keep purchasing products? Yes.