BEST WALT DISNEY WORLD HOTELS - DISNEY WORLD HOTELS


Best Walt Disney World Hotels - Excalibur Hotels.



Best Walt Disney World Hotels





best walt disney world hotels






    disney world
  • The Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida where Walt Disney's animated characters come to life. It truly is a special place, especially for children, but it also costs an arm and a leg to go there. Some think it's a typical tourist trap.

  • An amusement park in Lake Buena Vista, southwest of Orlando, Florida, that opened in 1971. Formally Walt Disney World

  • The Walt Disney World Resort (or Walt Disney World or Disney World for short) is the world's largest and most visited recreational resort, covering a area just southwest of Orlando, Florida, USA and encompassing four theme parks, two water parks, 24 on-site themed resort hotels (excluding 8 that





    hotels
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.

  • HOTELS (ISSN-1047-2975) is a trade publication serving the information needs of the worldwide hospitality industry.





    walt
  • The Walt is a four-piece post-punk/indie rock band from Utrecht, the Netherlands consisting of musicians known from We vs. Death, Kismet and the retired metalcore group Dawn of Awakening.

  • WALT may refer to: *WALT (AM), a radio station (910 AM) licensed to Meridian, Mississippi, United States *WALT-FM, a radio station (102.1 FM) licensed to Meridian, Mississippi, United States *WOKK, a radio station (97.

  • Walter Lloyd, better known as "Walt," is a fictional character on the ABC television series Lost played by Malcolm David Kelley.











A Disney Tale of the Savanna - Environ (Jambo House at Animal Kingdom Lodge)




A Disney Tale of the Savanna - Environ (Jambo House at Animal Kingdom Lodge)





This is a Disney Tale of the Savanna:

ENVIRON
Before the coming of the animals, the plants raced to claim the best soil in the savanna. The quick grasses grew first. But, in time, they were pushed aside by the thick roots of the bushes. Yet, the bushes could not hold back the trees. And, so it went, until only the trees remained. The clouds overhead, angered by the greed of the trees, struck them with bolts of lightning causing great fires and clearing the land so the grasses and bushes could return. And, to this day, whenever the trees grow too bold, the lightning returns to make things on the savanna even again.

A Disney tale of the Savanna.











Best Western Lakeside-Kissimmee/Orlando Florida Lobby




Best Western Lakeside-Kissimmee/Orlando Florida Lobby





For your next Disney vacation the Best Western Lakeside is the perfect place to call "home" in Orlando. Situated on 24 acres, our hotel offers all the amenities of a true full-service resort... and a location convenient to all of the region's premiere attractions.
For the perfect Disney vacation everything you'll need is on-premises.... just a short walk from your spacious guest room. Recreation, dining shopping, night life, meeting facilities, a kid's club and more.... and it's all located just 1.8 miles from the entrance to Walt Disney World® Resort and just minutes south of Orlando, Florida.











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BRYAN STATION INN : STATION INN


BRYAN STATION INN : HOTELS BY LONG BEACH AIRPORT.



Bryan Station Inn





bryan station inn






    bryan station
  • Bryan Station (also Bryan's Station, and often misspelled Bryant's Station) was an early fortified settlement in Lexington, Kentucky. It was located on present-day Bryan Station Road, about three miles (5 km) north of New Circle Road, on the southern bank of Elkhorn Creek near Briar Hill Road.

  • Bryan Station is a neighborhood in Northeast Lexington, Kentucky, United States. It is named after the nearby pioneer settlement by the same name located just 2 miles (3 km) outside the current edge of the city.





    inn
  • A restaurant or bar, typically one in the country, in some cases providing accommodations

  • hostel: a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

  • An establishment providing accommodations, food, and drink, esp. for travelers

  • Indium nitride is a small bandgap semiconductor material which has potential application in solar cells and high speed electronics.

  • Inns are generally establishments or buildings where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. They are typically located in the country or along a highway.











Wyoming Country Church




Wyoming Country Church





Lying in the shadow of its 11,156-foot namesake, the settlement of
Elk Mountain is a quiet community of cottonwood- lined streets,
picturesque buildings, with world class trout fishing right downtown.
Much of the historical significance of the Elk Mountain area lies in
the development of a transportation network linking the east and
west coasts. The Medicine Bow River crossing was used by the
John C. Fremont expedition of 1843. On August 2nd of that year,
Fremont’s party camped in the proximity of the “Medicine Butte”,
an early name for Elk Mountain. The river would become a major
crossing for immigrants and stage travelers.
Population: 191
Elevation: 7,264 feet

In 1850, the Stansbury expedition, led by famed
mountain man Jim Bridger, crossed the Medicine Bow
farther north seeking a route for wagon travel. Later, in
1856, Lt. F.T. Bryan, discovered regular use of Stansbury’s
route and suggested it be used for the Overland Stage
started by Ben Hollady. By 1862, the operation was
imperiled by constant Indian attacks. Holladay chose to
move the line southward, back to the Medicine Bow River
Crossing, where he built a stage stop. In 1862, Fort Halleck
was built on the Overland Stage route a few miles west of

Elk Mountain to protect travelers passing through this region. The fort was named after
Major-General Henry G. Halleck, a key military aide to President Lincoln. The government
maintained the fort from 1862 to 1866 when it was decommissioned because the Indian threat
was diminishing. The owner of the stage stop found a sufficient volume of trail traffic to
maintain a toll bridge, although eventually stage traffic waned.

Elk Mountain’s first mercantile store was constructed in 1902 using lumber from the Carbon
Timber Company. In 1905 the Elk Mountain Hotel was built by John S. Evans, on the property
previously used by the Overland Stage Station. The building’s architecture is Folk Victorian
style, reminiscent of what was found on the frontier during that time. Next to the Hotel stood
the Garden Spot Pavilion. The Garden Spot was host to such notable entertainers as Louis
Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, and Lawrence Welk. These entertainers inspired
hundreds to “jump on and ride” the Garden Spot’s magical dance floor. The Hotel is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hotel property served as an important component in the economic and social life of the Elk Mountain community, as the lodging,
mining and livestock industries boomed. The property enjoyed a steady clientele and
became a way-station for entrepreneurs and laborers who traveled here for the timber, mineral
and ranching industries. The luxurious inn still stands where it was first constructed almost
100 years ago and welcomes guests year-around. Sitting as it does along the banks of the
Medicine Bow River, Elk Mountain is a Mecca for trout fisherman from across the country.
Visitors interested in beautiful scenery should take the round-the-mountain drive on Pass
Creek Road as it is an area of stunning vistas teeming with wildlife












Trading Company




Trading Company





Lying in the shadow of its 11,156-foot namesake, the settlement of
Elk Mountain is a quiet community of cottonwood- lined streets,
picturesque buildings, with world class trout fishing right downtown.
Much of the historical significance of the Elk Mountain area lies in
the development of a transportation network linking the east and
west coasts. The Medicine Bow River crossing was used by the
John C. Fremont expedition of 1843. On August 2nd of that year,
Fremont’s party camped in the proximity of the “Medicine Butte”,
an early name for Elk Mountain. The river would become a major
crossing for immigrants and stage travelers.
Population: 191
Elevation: 7,264 feet

In 1850, the Stansbury expedition, led by famed
mountain man Jim Bridger, crossed the Medicine Bow
farther north seeking a route for wagon travel. Later, in
1856, Lt. F.T. Bryan, discovered regular use of Stansbury’s
route and suggested it be used for the Overland Stage
started by Ben Hollady. By 1862, the operation was
imperiled by constant Indian attacks. Holladay chose to
move the line southward, back to the Medicine Bow River
Crossing, where he built a stage stop. In 1862, Fort Halleck
was built on the Overland Stage route a few miles west of

Elk Mountain to protect travelers passing through this region. The fort was named after
Major-General Henry G. Halleck, a key military aide to President Lincoln. The government
maintained the fort from 1862 to 1866 when it was decommissioned because the Indian threat
was diminishing. The owner of the stage stop found a sufficient volume of trail traffic to
maintain a toll bridge, although eventually stage traffic waned.

Elk Mountain’s first mercantile store was constructed in 1902 using lumber from the Carbon
Timber Company. In 1905 the Elk Mountain Hotel was built by John S. Evans, on the property
previously used by the Overland Stage Station. The building’s architecture is Folk Victorian
style, reminiscent of what was found on the frontier during that time. Next to the Hotel stood
the Garden Spot Pavilion. The Garden Spot was host to such notable entertainers as Louis
Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, and Lawrence Welk. These entertainers inspired
hundreds to “jump on and ride” the Garden Spot’s magical dance floor. The Hotel is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hotel property served as an important component in the economic and social life of the Elk Mountain community, as the lodging,
mining and livestock industries boomed. The property enjoyed a steady clientele and
became a way-station for entrepreneurs and laborers who traveled here for the timber, mineral
and ranching industries. The luxurious inn still stands where it was first constructed almost
100 years ago and welcomes guests year-around. Sitting as it does along the banks of the
Medicine Bow River, Elk Mountain is a Mecca for trout fisherman from across the country.
Visitors interested in beautiful scenery should take the round-the-mountain drive on Pass
Creek Road as it is an area of stunning vistas teeming with wildlife









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CHEAP HOTELS IN CHICAGO AREA - CHEAP HOTELS IN


CHEAP HOTELS IN CHICAGO AREA - HOTEL LE NAUTILUS SAINT MALO.



Cheap Hotels In Chicago Area





cheap hotels in chicago area






    cheap hotels
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    chicago area
  • The Chicago metropolitan area, or Chicagoland, is the metropolitan area associated with the city of Chicago, Illinois in the United States and its suburbs. It is the area that is closely linked to the city through social, economic, and cultural ties.











Kyustendil




Kyustendil





View from our Hotel in Kyustendil, BG. A smaller town on the west side of the country. Bulgaria across is only about the distance from Chicago to Pittsburgh. Not a very large country. Pretty economically challenged, but the people don't let the poverty get in their way. They are very happy and keep to themselves, very quiet. Our group of about 20 Americans must have looked very foolish because we were so loud sometimes.

This is the town where we stayed for the majority of the trip. Walk a couple of blocks and then we would be at the "Chitalishte," which means "Cultural Center." That's where we practiced every day and had a few concerts. Our other chamber music concerts were held in other cities in other areas, like Sofia (the capital,) Blagoevgrad, Pernik, and a few others I can't think of right now.

I miss this trip so much. It was my first experience abroad. The chance to explore the area and the culture was incomparable. The attitudes and flavor of everyday life were so unique. Next to that, it's not a place that many Americans get to experience because it's not a popular place to travel. Everything is dirt cheap there, though. You could get a full-size meal and a tall beer for the equivalent of $10 American.

Again, this photo is from pretty much the first day there... I'm going to try to fill in the rest of the days, too. I'd love to share them with you. I went for more natural tones in this photo since there were some complaints about my last one I posted.

Tell me what you think!

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Former home of the Pacific Garden Mission - Chicago, IL - 2002




Former home of the Pacific Garden Mission - Chicago, IL - 2002





Taken by my daughter Tina, 646 S. State Street, Chicago, Illinois - 2002

The Pacific Garden Mission is the oldest, continuously-operating, rescue mission in the country. The historical record features the names of many great men and women of faith, such as Billy Sunday, Mel Trotter, D.L. Moody, Tom Mackey, Robert Atchison, John R. Rice and William McCarrell. It is our desire to remain faithful to God's Word and obedient to His will as were those who have gone before.

...On January 30, 1923, due to the shifting of the hobo jungle, God brought Pacific Garden Mission to 646 South State Street. This area of Chicago, just south of the loop, was referred to as "Murderer's Row" because so many people had been killed there in recent years. Some 5,000 men flopped nightly in cheap hotels along the Row. Satan peddled his wares in the most brazen manner imaginable. The Mission found its new home, in the center of Satan's stronghold, in a three-story building that had formerly housed the notorious "White House", a den of drink and sex. Here, men would be offered overnight accommodations, as well as food.

In 2010 PGM vacated the State Street location they occupied for 87 years moving to their new home at 1458 S. Canal Street, Chicago IL 60607









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DISNEYLAND HOTELS ACROSS THE STREET : ACROSS THE STREET


Disneyland hotels across the street : Rome family hotels



Disneyland Hotels Across The Street





disneyland hotels across the street






    disneyland hotels
  • (Disneyland Hotel (Tokyo)) The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is the third Disney-brand hotel of the Tokyo Disney Resort. Also, it is the fourth Disneyland Hotel.





    street
  • The roads or public areas of a city or town

  • a thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings; "they walked the streets of the small town"; "he lives on Nassau Street"

  • the part of a thoroughfare between the sidewalks; the part of the thoroughfare on which vehicles travel; "be careful crossing the street"

  • the streets of a city viewed as a depressed environment in which there is poverty and crime and prostitution and dereliction; "she tried to keep her children off the street"

  • A public road in a city or town, typically with houses and buildings on one or both sides

  • Used to refer to the financial markets and activities on Wall Street











Peak View (Hong Kong)




Peak View (Hong Kong)





There’s a tram that’s been taking passengers up the steep incline to the fabulous view from the top of Victoria Peak (aka, “The Peak”) since 1888. I, in my infinite wisdom, chose to hike from Victoria Bay (1400 feet below in humid 90 degree heat). Thankfully, I brought a hand towel from the hotel to blot the sweat from my forehead before my glasses are so wet I can’t see. After all this hiking, the last thing I expected to find was a shopping complex including multiple restaurants, 2 shopping malls, and even a large grocery store. But this is Hong Kong. My feet are killing me, and I haven’t eaten since breakfast, so I decide to sit down for a beer and some Indian curry while watching the view below. There’s a table outside where I can cool off without looking too obnoxious in my sweaty state. The wind is blowing about 20MPH up here, and it feels great to start drying off.

In the picture above, you see the towering metropolis of Hong Kong Island, then Victoria Bay, and across it is the Kowloon Peninsula. I’d say there are several things about Hong Kong that really blow my mind, and you can get a sense of many of them in this picture… First is the sheer number of people is astounding (similar to Chicago, but it just feels much, much more crowded). Every other street feels about as packed as Chicago’s Magnificent Mile on a sunny Saturday. The second thing that really gets me is the air quality is horrendous. The first day I got here, the pollution was so bad that you couldn’t see the tops of the tallest buildings and the sun was literally blotted out of the sky for most of the day. Granted there’s a bit of moisture in the air, but a lot of it is pollution. The picture here is my third day in HK., the humidity is only about 50%, and you can still see a dense haze.

You may notice many bright colors on the buildings. At 8pm every night begins a light show (the “Symphony of Lights“) that is the biggest in the world (according to Guiness). The fact that Disney put a theme park here is both unsurprising and completely redundant at the same time. Hong Kong feels like a big Disneyland merged with a financial hub merged with an Asian megalopolis. The tall buildings you see in the foreground are Hong Kong Island. The buildings further (beyond the river) are the Kowloon peninsula. What you can’t see is that these sorts of buildings are scattered all around various parts of Hong Kong. It’s amazing how many tall buildings there are here. Land is quite dear.













Hollywood & Highland, Los Angeles




Hollywood & Highland, Los Angeles





er many years of neglect, downtown Hollywood is being reborn, and the Hollywood & Highland project is at the center that renaissance.

It is a massive project that occupies almost two city blocks in the heart of Hollywood, a combination of shops, restaurants, clubs and live theatre.

Hollywood & Highland opened in 2001, just across the street from the rejuvenated El Capitan Theatre, kitty-corner to the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, and right next to the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theatre and its famous forecourt of stars footprints.

It is home to over 60 stores, nine estaurants, six new movie theatres, two nightclubs and the 640-room Renaissance Hollywood Hotel.

It also houses the Kodak Theatre, the permanent home for the annual Academy Awards show. (That's appropriate, since the very first Oscar night was held across the street at the Roosevelt.)

The project cost a whopping $615 million dollars. To put that in perspective, the massive Mall of America, the largest enclosed mall in the world, cost roughly the same to build. Disneyland's newest theme park, Disney's California Adventure, cost just twice as much (and features the same iconic elephants). We're talking big bucks here folks.

And the company behind it, the TrizecHahn Corporation, had a history of success, including the Horton Plaza in San Diego.

Advance artist sketches looked very promising: a soaring, multistory complex with grand stairways, imposing archways and Hollywood theming, including a spectacular Babylon Court, featuring mammoth pillars topped by marble elephants (reminiscent of D.W. Griffith's classic "Intolerance" set), and a towering archway framing the Hollywood Sign in the distance.









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HOTEL AT MADISON PARK. HOTEL AT


Hotel at madison park. Hotel i stockholm



Hotel At Madison Park





hotel at madison park






    madison park
  • Hoboken, New Jersey is home to many parks, historical landmarks, and other places of interest.

  • Madison Park is an 8.3 acre (34,000 m?) park in the Madison Park neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, located between the western shore of Lake Washington on the east, 42nd Avenue E. on the west, E. Madison Street on the north, and E. Blaine Street on the south. 43rd Avenue E.

  • Madison Park is an American electronica duo composed of DeAnna and James Cool.





    hotel
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth











Hotel Madison-Lenox (demolished) from the Library of Congress




Hotel Madison-Lenox (demolished) from the Library of Congress





Hotel Madison-Lenox (demolished) formerly at the SW corner of Madison and Randolph St, Detroit MI
demolished 2005

currently a "landscaped" parking lot

Photo from the Detroit Publishing Collection at the Library of Congress











Madison Park Technical High School Commencement




Madison Park Technical High School Commencement





Monday, June 14, 2010 -- Governor Patrick gives the keynote address at the Madison Park Technical High School commencement.

(Photo credit: Eugena Ossi/Governor's Office)









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