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Friday, 18 October 2013

15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

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Zoomorphism is an emerging movement in building design, where buildings are inspired by shapes of animals. Animals as inspiration for architects has been around for a long time. There are tons of buildings shaped like strange things, such as hot dogs, pineapples, teapots, and derby hats, but since animals are clearly more fun to go inside of, this list will deal exclusively with buildings shaped like animals.

Madeira Beach Church, Florida

Madeira Beach Church 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Vila Olímpica, Barcelona

Vila Olímpica Barcelona 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Cat Kindergarten, Wolfartsweier, Germany

Cat Kindergarten Wolfartsweier Germany 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Observation Tower, St. Georges de Windsor, Quebec

Observation Tower St. Georges de Windsor Quebec 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Elephant Building,  Bangkok

elephant building bangkok 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Universum Science Center, Bremen

Universum Science Center Bremen 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn, Kakadu National Park

Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn Kakadu National Park 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Big Chicken, Marietta

Big Chicken Marietta 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Casa Caracol, Isla Mujeres

Casa Caracol Isla Mujeres 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Whale House, Corona del Mar, Newport Beach

Whale House Corona del Mar Newport Beach 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Nautilus House, Mexico City

Nautilus House Mexico City 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Sheep and Dog-shaped buildings, Tirau

Sheep and Dog shaped buildings Tirau 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

National Fisheries Development Board Building, Hyderabad

National Fisheries Development Board Building Hyderabad 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Dog Bark Inn, Cottonwood

Dog Bark Inn Cottonwood 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Big Bull, Australia

big bull australia 15 Amazing Buildings Shaped Like Animals

Top 15 hotels

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Everyone loves a great vacation, including you. Whether it’s enjoying the scenery, exploring the culture or partying in the night scene, you come to love the dream destination because of your experience of enjoyment and luxurious comfort while visiting the place. Do you want to stay somewhere a little bit different on your next holiday? Converted hotels is another growing trend: buildings that were once used as something completely different, now renovated and refurbished as a hotel. These unconventional buildings have been wonderfully converted into hotels, retaining the spirit of the original structure, while offering luxurious accommodations and modern amenities.

1. Hotel Im Wasserturm, Cologne, Germany – a former water tower

Hotel Im Wasserturm Top 15 Converted Hotels

2. Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest, Hungary – a former palace

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Top 15 Converted Hotels

3. K+K Hotel Central, Prague, Czech Republic – a former theatre

K+K Hotel Central Top 15 Converted Hotels

4. Chateau de Trigance, Trigance, France – previously a medieval fortress

Chateau de Trigance Top 15 Converted Hotels

5. The Lighthouse, Llandudno, North Wales

The Lighthouse Llandudno Top 15 Converted Hotels

6. Old Bank Hotel, Oxford, England

Old Bank Hotel Top 15 Converted Hotels

7. Hotel Pulitzer, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Amsterdam, Holland – converted from two canal houses

Hotel Pulitzer Top 15 Converted Hotels

8. Krolewski Hotel, Gdansk, Poland – an ex-granary

Krolewski Hotel Top 15 Converted Hotels

9. Langholmen Hotel and Hostel, Stockholm, Sweden – formerly a prison

Langholmen Hotel Top 15 Converted Hotels

10. Mandarin Oriental, Prague, Czech Republic – converted from a 14th-century Dominican monastery

Mandarin Oriental Top 15 Converted Hotels

11. Quinta Real Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico – former use: bullring

Quinta Real Zacatecas Top 15 Converted Hotels

12. Neemrana, Rajasthan, India – former fort palace

neemrana Top 15 Converted Hotels

13. Het Arresthuis, Roermond, Netherlands – former jail

het arresthuis Top 15 Converted Hotels

14. Clink 78, London – former use: Courthouse

clink78 Top 15 Converted Hotels

15. Blow Up Hall 5050, Poznan, Poland – former Brewery

Blow Up Hall 5050 Top 15 Converted Hotels

Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions

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Millions of visitors descend on Australia’s capital of tourism every year, and with plenty of fantastic attractions, it’s not hard to see why Sydney is one of the world’s most visited cities. Whatever your budget or taste, there’s plenty to keep visitors of all ages entertained, so whether you’re travelling on a shoestring or enjoying a truly lavish getaway, be sure to check out our picks of Sydney’s top tourist attractions.
Sydney Opera House
Undeniably one of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Sydney Opera house is a must-see for any tourist. This World Heritage site offers magnificent views of Sydney Harbour and its excellent location near the popular Botanic Gardens make it the perfect place to explore with the family. If you don’t fancy parting with your cash to see one of the popular shows inside, a walk around the outside of the Opera House is completely free.
Sydney Opera House Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Known locally as ‘the Coathanger’, The Harbour Bridge is another of Australia’s iconic landmarks and it’s perfect for anyone exploring on a budget. You can walk over the bridge for free as well as visiting the Pylon Lookout for some spectacular views.
Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions
Sydney Harbour
It would be a real crime to be in Sydney and not pay a visit to the Harbour which doubles up as a National Park. Known as one of the most stunning harbours in the world, there’s plenty to see and do here that will keep the whole family entertained. Ride the inexpensive ferry to Manly, Taronga Zoo or Watsons Bay or just enjoy exploring. You’ll also find a 16 mile Harbour Walk where you’ll be able to see some of the city’s best attractions without spending a cent.
Sydney Harbour Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions
City Centre                         
It’s easy to spend a whole day at the City Centre which is home to The Art Gallery of NSW, the Museum of Sydney, St Mary’s Cathedral, Town hall, State Theatre, the Strand Arcade, Martin Place, Sydney Westfield and the Queen Victoria Building to name but a few. Nearby you’ll also find Hyde Park, the Hyde Park Barracks, the Anzac Memorial, the Australian Museum and the highly recommended Macquarie Street precinct.
Sydney City Centre Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions
Darling Harbour
No visit to Sydney would be complete without a visit here as there’s so much to do for kids and adults alike. Free attractions for kids are available every day at the Australian Maritime Museum and you’ll find a whole host of attractions nearby including the Powerhouse Museum, Pyrmont bridge, Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, Paddys Market and Sydney Wildlife World. If you fancy a flutter, be sure to visit the Star City Casino complex or just check out some of the area’s hip Japanese and Korean boutiques and sample some delicious cooking in Chinatown.
Darling Harbour Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions
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The Rocks and Circular Quay
Situated on the harbour, this scenic area is home to a number of galleries, historic houses, the ferry wharf, boutiques, restaurants and an observatory. The area can be seen on foot in just one full day and highlights include the Museum of Contemporary Art and the weekend Rocks Market.
The Rocks and Circular Quay Sydney’s Top Tourist Attractions

Thursday, 17 October 2013

6 future classic cars to buy right now

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Every generation brings with it a hoard of cars bound to be future classics. And as with this generation, we’re obviously seeing much of the same. But what cars in the market right now will go down in history — at one point or another — as “classics.” These six might be worth making an investment in:

The BMW 1M is one of the best cars BMW has ever made. Ever. It hit the market in 2010, and its twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter engine delivered some 340 horsepower. But it wasn’t the sheer power that made it what it was, it was the overall feel behind the wheel. Total driving bliss.
At a starting price of $46,000 brand new, the 1M ran in limited numbers before it was off the market for good in 2012, with just over 6,300 units sold worldwide. Want a grab a used one for sale on the web today? You’ll be dishing out close to $70K.
Like any great automaker, BMW is moving on to bigger and better things with the new 4 Series — the much-anticipated successor to the 3 Series coupe. But it’s the high-performance E92 M3 coupe that will leave enthusiasts tripping over themselves to get one in a decade’s time.
OK, so the Fisker Karma was never really the greatest car in the world. Probably because it was on fire a lot. But if you wanted to buy a used one today, you’d be in for about a quarter of what the car is actually worth. Which is a good thing.
You see, Fisker was a failed science experiment, and with any good experiment gone wrong (see: DeLorean), there’s a few eager blokes who want a piece of that action. It’s going to be a while before we see Fisker’s fetching any sort of outrageous numbers in the market, but cash in now while they’re cheap.
In its one year run, the second generation of the Mustang Boss 302 is bound to go down a future classic. An American heritage paired to one of the Mustang’s most iconic nameplates, and a limited production run. Get ‘em now while they’re hot.
We’ve already seen used LFAs fetching in the millions, which is somewhat outrageous. But is it really a surprise to anyone that Lexus’ first supercar — of which, only 500 were built — is already becoming one of the most wanted used supercars of the year? We didn’t think so either.
The Toyobaru twins (Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ) are the two best sportscars of 2013. There’s no two ways about it. And what makes these cars so special — aside from being the two best driver’s cars around — is their limited availability.
Scion alone only made 10,000 FR-Ss available in 2012, while Subaru was even slimmer at 6,000. This year we’re bound to see more of the coupes, but even so, the two will always be some of the most desirable cars on the market.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Android phone in just Rs.2,229 only

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The Josh Fortune Square is based on older but powerful Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 operating system and offers a 3.5 inch display. It is powered by a single core processor running at 1 GHz and has a dedicated graphics chip as well. The smartphone comes with 256 MB RAM and has 90 MB of internal storage only. 

But one can expand its memory to up to 32 GB using a micro SD card. More from The Mobile Indian
It has a 3.5 inch display with 480 x 320 pixel resolution and capacitive touch input system supporting multi touch as well. The Josh Fortune Square has a 2 megapixel rear camera which is also capable of recording videos. 

The handset comes ready with dual Sim GSM connectivity with 2.5G networks supported over the primary SIM. The device also has Bluetooth and WiFi. There is a 1450 mAh battery pack for powering up the device. 

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