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Advanced Cleaning Fibers

Advanced Cleaning Fibers by zabadaclean

https://www.zabadaclean.com - Zabada is crusading to rid homes, and the planet, of crazy poisonous chemical cleaners. We’re taking a stand against yuc

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Mi Infancia

Mi Infancia by bmanculich

Se trata de mi infancia y c�mo crec�.

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Mardi Gras in Concrete - Annual Event on Valentine's Day

Mardi Gras in Concrete - Annual Event on Valentine's Day by VisitWa

February 14, 2015. Mardi Gras/Valentine's Day celebration on Concrete's Main Street. Parade begins at 2pm followed by live music and games. Feel free to join the parade! Show up at the Post Office by 1:30 in your revelry. Bring friends - there's no entry fee and anything goes! Prizes awarded for Best Krewe, Best Dressed Adult, Youth and Pet. Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day themed baskets will be raffled during the party. THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT. www.concrete-wa.com

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The Crescent Building

The Crescent Building by VisitWa

L.L. Rand designed this steel-reinforced concrete addition with its cream terra cotta cladding for the ever-expanding Crescent department store in 1917-18. The Crescent opened its doors the morning after the 1889 fire in a crescent-shaped building on West Riverside Avenue, next to the Review Building. Over the years, business grew and the store moved locations until the store on Riverside was built in 1898. In 1993 it was renovated as the Crescent Court, a complex of office and retail space. It is connected to the downtown shopping area connected by skywalks. Posted by Nadine S., Spokane's Homegrown Tourist

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Spokane City Hall/Montgomery Wards Bldg

Spokane City Hall/Montgomery Wards Bldg by VisitWa

Montgomery Wards, originator of the mail order business, opened in this building in 1929. It is designed by J.C. Douche and E.J. Kratt, architects from their Chicago offices. It is one of several art deco style buildings in Spokane. (The term “art deco” came from the name of a 1925 art expo in Paris which popularized the futuristic, modern style that borrowed from Egyptian and Aztec visual arts.) When the store opened it is rumored that 55,000 people shuffled through the seven stories, which were packed with clothing, housewares, furniture and sporting goods, in the first two days. The building even had its own railroad spur from the Union Pacific elevated line nearby. The building was purchased and refurbished by the city of Spokane and became the new Spokane city hall in 1982. Posted by Nadine S., Spokane’s Homegrown Tourist

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Take the Train to Sintra

Take the Train to Sintra by dshay

You will find a number of specific entries on this app about places to visit in Sintra but just the town itself is worth a visit even if you never venture into any of its many attractions. Sintra is situated in the hills northwest of Lisbon. For centuries it has been THE place to go for royalty and wealthy Lisboans to escape the summer heat. The compact, hilly town features some wonderful old villas, narrow, winding streets with unique shops and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and the sea. It has been described as fairytale town. It is top on most lists of place to see for visitors to the Lisbon area. Parking is not plentiful so best to take the train from Lisbon which leaves from Rossio Station several times each hour. Sintra has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Quinta da Regaleira (Photo Op)

Quinta da Regaleira (Photo Op) by dshay

Quinta da Regaleira was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century by a wealthy Brazilian who had quite an imagination. He hired an equally imaginative Italian architect and together they created one of the most creative and playful properties to be found anywhere. While the palace is certainly worth a visit it is the park that surrounds the palace that is the main attraction. With grottos, lakes, caves, tunnels, and initiation wells, there is something to excite everyone in the family of most any age. This is probably the most visited attraction in Sintra and for good reason. It is easily accessible via a short walk from Sintra’s historic center.

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Palacio Nacional da Sintra (National Palace of Sintra) (Photo Op

Palacio Nacional da Sintra (National Palace of Sintra) (Photo Op by dshay

Located in the heart of Sintra, the National Palace is the best preserved medieval palace in Portugal. It was inhabited almost continuously from the 15th through the 19th centuries. Today it functions as one of the most important museums in Portugal. One of the things that makes the National Palace unique is its blend of Manueline and Moorish architecture. Construction commenced during the time that the Moors controlled a good share of Portugal and was completed after the Portuguese monarchy reclaimed the territory. The castle is one of the most easily accessible attractions in Sintra because it literally sits in the heart of Old Town Sintra.

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Palacio da Pena (Pena Palace)-Sintra (Photo Op)

Palacio da Pena (Pena Palace)-Sintra (Photo Op) by dshay

Pena Palace is arguably the most photographed and most visited of all of Portugal’s attractions. Its fairytale appearance has made it the hallmark of Portuguese travel posters for decades. The palace was built by King Ferdinand and was started in 1838. It took about 15 years to complete. To label it as a fairytale palace is an apt description. The palace has a variety of stylistic elements and is painted in a bright mosaic of contrasting colors. The grounds that surround the palace are worth a trip in and of themselves. The palace is on top of a mountain and it is a steep walk from Sintra. There is a bus that runs regularly from the center of Sintra. It is worth considering getting off the bus at the entrance to the gardens, which is below the palace, and walk through the gardens and then uphill to the palace. Pena is open every day with the exception of major holidays.

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Cuando Era Nina Clark. Paige

Cuando Era Nina Clark. Paige by p_clark1

Cuando era ni�a yo nac� para una familia peque�a. Mi familia era mi madre, padre y hermana colby. Ella Ten�a ocho a�os cuando yo nac�. Juntos hicimos

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'Fifty Shades of Grey' Tower - Photo Op

'Fifty Shades of Grey' Tower - Photo Op by YodioMan

Escala tower is the centerpiece of E.L. James' 2012 novel, "Fifty Shades of Grey." Featured throughout this fictional novel, the “1920 – Fourth Ave.” address of the elegant, 30-story ESCALA is among Seattle’s most exclusive addresses, and the building is shown in a number of location shots in the movie of the same name. For fans, it is a major photo op. Fans tend to have their picture taken in front of the street sign and many also pursue a photo at the palatial staircase inside. Several scenes in "Fifty Shades of Grey" were filmed at the top of the big circular stairway. The grand staircase ascends from the lobby to Club Cielo, an exclusive 25,000-square-foot city club for homeowners and their guests.

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Museu de Art Antiga (Museum of Ancient Art) – (Photo Op)

Museu de Art Antiga (Museum of Ancient Art) – (Photo Op) by dshay

Although called the Museum of Ancient Art this is really Lisbon’s primary art museum and considered one of the most important museums in Lisbon. Its treasures run from the 14th through the 20th centuries. While it features some of the best known Portuguese artists it also has paintings from artists from all over the world. Of particular interest is the collection of Japanese screens from the 16th century. The Portuguese were the first Europeans to land in Japan. A side bonus is the wonderful cafeteria which features a very large outdoor patio area with sweeping views of the river. If you just want to enjoy the cafeteria just tell the guard the entry that you want to visit the cafeteria and you won’t have to pay for admission to the museum. As with most other museum’s in Lisbon it is closed on Monday’s and admission is free on Sunday’s until 1400. The museum is located in the Lapa district and can be accessed via Tram 25.

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Fado Museum (Museu do Fado)

Fado Museum (Museu do Fado) by dshay

Fado music is the folk music of Portugal. The word fado literally means fate and that is a good description of the essence of Fado music. Fado can be heard at any number of Fado houses in Lisbon and other parts of the country but only at the Fado museum will you be able to understand the history and passion behind this soulful form of musical expression. There is a caf� and restaurant on-site and you may be able to catch a performance if your timing is right. The museum is located at the base of the Alfama district and is quite walkable from downtown Lisbon. The museum is closed on Monday’s.

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Jardim Zoologico de Lisboa (Lisbon Zoo) (Photo Op)

Jardim Zoologico de Lisboa (Lisbon Zoo) (Photo Op) by dshay

The 125 year old Lisbon zoo is an outstanding zoo with animals and exhibits from every corner of the world. For families in particular, this is a great way to spend all or part of a day. The zoo is open every day of the year. One of the nice things about the Lisbon zoo is its urban location so it is easily accessible. There is a metro stop directly across the street from the entrance to the zoo. There are cafes and picnic tables in the park. There is a metro stop at the Jardim Zoologico. The zoo is open every day of the year.

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Ajuda Palace (Palacio da Ajuda)

Ajuda Palace (Palacio da Ajuda) by dshay

If you only have time to visit one palace on your trip to Lisbon this is probably the one to visit. It is the most elegant and well preserved palaces in greater Lisbon. The palace is filled with tapestries, furniture, art and decorative pieces all reflective of the enormous wealth that accrued to Portuguese royalty during the 1700’s as a result of Portugal’s colonization of Brazil. The palace is in Belem uphill from the Jeronimos Monastery. If you are visiting Jeronimos you can catch Tram 18 or just walk from Jeronimos. Note: the palace is closed on Wednesday’s.

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National Tile Museum (Museu do Azulejo)

National Tile Museum (Museu do Azulejo) by dshay

Hand painting individual tiles to create a mosaic is a tradition that goes back centuries in Portugal. The tiles, generally but not necessarily, blue and white are called Azulejos and this museum has the largest collection in existence. The mosaics can be quite large and depict very complex scenes. The ability to paint individual tiles and be able to weave them together to tell a story is a very unique art form. This museum is a bit out of the way relative to central Lisbon but it is well worth visiting. Like most museums in Lisbon it is closed on Monday’s but in addition it is closed on Tuesday’s until 1400.

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Lisbon Story Center

Lisbon Story Center by dshay

The Lisbon Story Center was only recently opened and it is one of the most innovative museums in Lisbon. Depicted in exhibits and multi-media presentations the visitor moves from room to room to literally walk through the history of Lisbon. There is even a reenactment of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755 complete with all of the thunder associated with an earthquake. The Lisbon Story Center is located in Terreiro do Paco very near the Rua Augusta arch. The Lisbon Story Center is open every day.

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Museu do Design e la Moda (Design Museum)

Museu do Design e la Moda (Design Museum) by dshay

Museu do Design e la Moda, or MuDe, which means change in Portuguese, is considered by critics to be one of the best museums of modern design in the world. The museum houses over 1200 articles of fashion designed by some of the most famous fashion designers in the world. The museum is conveniently located on Rua Augusta, the main walking street of downtown Lisbon. As with other Lisbon museums there is a small entry fee and entry is free on Sunday’s until 1400 and it is closed on Monday’s.

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Oceanarium (Oceanario de Lisboa)

Oceanarium (Oceanario de Lisboa) by dshay

Located in Parque dos Nacoes (Park of the Nations) The Lisbon Oceanarium is one of the largest in the world. Its design is modernistic and unique. There are over 25,000 species of fish, plants and sea animals in residence. The structure appears to rise out of the Tagus River. There are rotating exhibits and the focus of the exhibits is often about how our world is changing both in the oceans and on land. This is a must see for any family visiting Lisbon. Unlike other museums in Lisbon the Oceanarium is not closed on Monday’s and entry is not free on Sunday mornings.

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Maritime Museum

Maritime Museum by dshay

Located next to the Monastery Jeronimos, the Maritime Museum is one of the most important maritime museums in Europe. With over 17,000 items on display, it highlights the eras when Portugal dominated the seas. There are replicas of many of Portugal’s most famous expedition ships and there are also replicas of some of Portugal’s most elaborate ceremonial barges. There is an entry fee but as with other museums in Lisbon entry is free on Sunday’s until 1400. The museum is closed on Monday’s.

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