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Onto Chapter 2 and I am in love with it!!! Although the tickets are kinda annoying me. I played the android game around probably 8 or 9pm yesterday and you obtain refill on tickets at 5am... I got no tickets at all... unless I am missing something.. besides that I love the game.
I love thia game! It tests your issue solving skills while exploring a globe with loveable characters! But I'm having some troubles with a glitch that won't allow me move on when solving a puzzle. It hasn't done this until I reached the painting puzzle in the first find segment of chapter six. I even looked up the solution and saw they came up with the same solution, so why won't it let me to move on? Please fix this issue!
I think this android game is absolutely fantastic!! I like how it's designed and the story is mysterious and intriguing! I'm so satisfied I found it! I haven't had to any true so far and still got to have fun the android game and I think that's awesome! Android games like these create me wish to help and for items even if not required haha X)
Due to limited ticket daily, I had done stupid thing like calculate expected salary based on the coin sold in game. Assuming 30 sec (ad to obtain 2nd & 3rd gacha) to obtain 20 coins. Then, I realized either the android game item too expensive or I'm under for my job.
Like a lot of of you, this is not my first time buying," Hotel California." Since Vinyl are on the rise increasingly, I went back to collecting vinyl again which I totally prefer over anything else. I don't have to worry about compression or anything like that, just warm, bright music. That being said, I was elated to obtain the newest, remastered ver of this LP. Not only is the melody spot on and just as new and unbelievable as it was the day it came out and then some, it had all the original artwork, linear notes, posters, etc. Whether you're an Eagles fan or an avid vinyl collector, this is a must for your list!
A classic and well worth the for the vinyl! I was never an Eagles fan at first. But album after album they slowly became a band I started to enjoy! After watching a few of their live performances on DVD and Tele, I went back and listened again and was glad I did! I finally spent the for this, the best of all of their albums, and was truly taken back by the arrangements and of course,their harmonies! The vinyl was very very quiet! The strings and voices jump off the record! A must if you own a turntable!
As a longtime fan of Leslie Day's books (her Field Tutorials to the natural globe of Fresh York City) I was looking forward to reading this unbelievable fresh book which appeals on so a lot of levels. The serious gardener will have fun learning about the efforts to make a high functioning herb garden on the rooftop of the glamorous Waldorf e devotion of the staff to tending the garden and the apiary overlooking the town is e book navigates between chapters about bee behavior, the early history of the amazing American institutions cultivated by the Astor family, and the philanthropic efforts of the neighboring St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church to feed the homeless. While the book showcases Fresh York Town at it's best, it also serves as a kind of eulogy for what we are losing when we as a nation no longer value civic institutions as community anchors. Leslie Day poses this very necessary question to her readers, and allows us to question what it means to be a citizen.
This is an absolutely marvelous book about honeybees and the Waldorf Astoria. Leslie Day provides a brief history of the Waldorf and alternates among stories of honeybee life and behavior and how the Waldorf came to have an elaborate culinary garden with beehives on their roof inspired by Executive Chef David Garcelon. There's also a brief history of St. Bartholomew's Church and their support to the not good that contains a partnership with different hotels, including the Waldorf, to provide meal to feed the hungry.Unfortunately, the hotel was sold to Anbang Insurance. As a result, the Waldorf is currently undergoing a complete renovation and restoration so one can only hope that when it returns the garden and beehives will be O THINGS TO NOTE:- A few Waldorf Astoria Kitchen and Peacock Alley Bar Recipes that use honey are included at the end of the book. This is an additional bonus to the readers of this already well-rounded narrative.- This book is printed in little print so it is not simple on aging eyes. Nevertheless, to me this story is remarkable, the topic matter is interesting, and the author is an eloquent writer.
Really like these Doors reissues! The sound is fantastic! The record quality is also excellent. No warps or skips. Quiet between tracks. I’m not as picky as others regarding the cover art. It’s not a glossy sleeve but a cardboard texture, therefore the artwork colors are not going to be as bright and vibrant. Whatever! It will be a more durable cover anyway. The record itself is what’s most important. And the record is top notch. My latest Doors reissue to buy. I have the debut, Strange Days, LA Woman and now Morrison Hotel (these are the best albums by The Doors) and they ALL sound incredible. LA Woman being the best overall sound wise. It’s audiophile quality for certain.
I was recently asked what one singer would I like to see in person. It is JIM MORRISON. More for the voice and style than anything else. Yes, I would choose him over Sinatra, Bennett, Jagger, McCartney, McGraw, you name it. And this particular album is their best. Waiting For The Sun, Peace Frog, the list is phenomenal. Every album the Doors did was incredible. They were a bonus to is is original class!
Leslie's writing style is so simple and comfortable to read. This one is full of NYC history with unbelievable photos, even some she took. I had seen the Astoria on trips to the town but never knew about the rooftop garden or the bees. I loved the method she broke up the chapters never losing the thread of the story. So sorry I missed seeing and knowing about the cause of this story I will work to create my flowers and plants more welcoming to these unbelievable creatures.I don't know what Leslie's next work will be but can't wait to search ank you for your time, research and all the effort it took to obtain this written.
This was SUCH a lovely and refreshing change of pace in my reading pile! 'Honeybee Hotel' is about the Waldorf Astoria and how its staff made and care for a rooftop garden which contains hundreds of thousands of honey bees and their hives. It's remarkable how something so little as a honey bee can have such a profound impact on everything from a hotel kitchen to the world's meal supply.I really appreciate that the author didn't use her idea for this book to air dirty laundry about or to bash the Waldorf family, the community around the hotel, or any other entity. There have been books like this where I was excited to learn more about a topic but soon became disappointed that the author soured an intriguing topic by adding in unnecessary ugliness. Ms. Day undoubtedly came across some unsavory facts or rumors while doing her research, and I applaud her for not wasting page zone on such things. Sometimes a reader wants to have fun a story that makes them feel amazing or inspires them while they learn more about the main subject. Ms. Day gives some background on the hotel, its founders, and the current day staff, but her main focus is on how this garden has brought people together and influenced their lives. She weaves a unbelievable story that makes you wish to know more the hotel and the garden and the bees. She makes you wish to begin your own garden and to support protect the critical honey bee. She leaves the reader with a feeling of hope that if people were to come together, we could all make something as magical as the rooftop gardens of the Waldorf Astoria.I would loved to have seen more pictures of the hotel, the gardens, and the bees. The Waldorf-Astoria is an awesome hotel, and after reading this book I realize that the people that work there, like Chef Garcelon, that create the put so incredible. Though I live less than an hour away from the town and are there very frequently, in the 10 years we've lived here we've never heard of these gardens. Since reading this book, I've asked friends, coworkers, and even random people working in the town if they've ever heard about the rooftop gardens, and I have yet to come across anyone that has. Seems like this well kept small secret is finally getting its due!
This is a classic album by a classic band. Unless you've been living in a cold battle era nuclear fallout shelter chances are you've already heard the title track. Other highlights are "New Child In Town", "Victim of Love", "Life in the Quick Lane" and "The Latest Resort". For a lot of bands the lyrics are just there to go with the melody but the Eagles have always wrote deep, thoughtful lyrics that also create the songs so for the vinyl itself, this might be the best sounding vinyl I own! It is very quiet 180g and the mix is wonderful. The drums have a thump when they are supposed to and the separation of instruments is great!