A Lv99 dungeon even for Japanese! Cover the highlights with your guideShinjuku station is used by more than 3.6 million people every day, and its number is registered with Guinness record. The big city where many people come and go has evolved with the times, and it has many different attractions. For example, we recommend people who want to see the lively city, to go shopping, to try Japanese food, or those who want to spend a relaxing time in nature.See the highlights of Shinjuku, from retro scenery that feels history to glimmering neon lights full of people. Shinjuku is sometimes said that it is difficult to stroll around the area even for Japanese people living in Tokyo, but you can get around efficiently with your tour guide!
Can't decide between a Dublin city & bay private tour or Dublins world famous pubs & whiskey scene? Now you don't need to choose between the two!Enjoy an authentic Irish experience and exploration of Dublin city & bay followed by a selection of classic Dublin pubs, only the very best. Phenomenal Guinness, Irish craft beer, Irish whiskey and traditional Irish music.In addition to some of your classic Dublin sightseeing, I cover the heavyweight pieces of Irish history that still shape our character and the land itself today, namely 'an gorta mor' (the great hunger) and the 1916 Easter Rising and our Dublin pub culture that is unrivalled for its craic (fun).We will have plenty of fun along the way too! including some great Irish traditional music which tell stories of their very own.An executive taxi means we are permitted in bus lanes, so no sitting in traffic!Along the way, we'll stop for some 'soakage' aka good Irish food before you have beers ;)See you in Dublin. .Éamonn
In the tradition of C.S. Lewis and Oswald Chambers, internationally renowned author and thinker Os Guinness has produced a classic work on life's purpose. With his usual incisiveness, Guinness goes past your superficial understanding to the very heart of what calling means. Far bigger than you job, deeper than your personal accomplishments, higher that you wildest ideas of self-fulfillment, calling addresses the very essence of your existence. In these messages, Dr. Guinness sets out the principles for all who seek their life's central purpose. How do I discover my calling? What does it have to do with identity and personal growth? Is calling only a spiritual idea or does it cover work, career, and ideas of success? Os Guinness says..."calling is not what it is commonly thought to be. It often flies directly in the face of our human inclinations. But no idea short of God's call can ground and fulfill the truest human desire for purpose and fulfillment." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Os Guinness. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/000016/bk_tnwd_000016_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Roger the Engineer (original UK title: Yardbirds, US, German, and French title: Over Under Sideways Down) is an album by the English blues rock band The Yardbirds, released in 1966. It was produced by bassist Paul Samwell-Smith and Simon Napier-Bell. It was the only Yardbirds album with all original material. Although the record was officially titled Yardbirds (and still is in authoritative chart sources, such as The Guinness Book of British Hit Albums), it has since been referred to, first colloquially, then semi-officially, as Roger the Engineer, a title stemming from the cover drawing of the record's audio engineer Roger Cameron by band member Chris Dreja. Due to the influence of Jeff Beck's experimentation with guitar distortion, the album is considered a precursor to heavy metal.
This volume contains seventeen papers that were presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics/La Société Canadienne d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Mathématiques, held in Washington, D.C. In addition to showcasing rigorously reviewed modern scholarship on an interesting variety of general topics in the history and philosophy of mathematics, this meeting also honored the memories of Jacqueline (Jackie) Stedall and Ivor Grattan-Guinness, celebrated the Centennial of the Mathematical Association of America, and considered the importance of mathematical communities in a special session. These themes and many others are explored in these collected papers, which cover subjects such as New evidence that the Latin translation of Euclid's Elements was based on the Arabic version attributed to al-HajjajWork done on the arc rampant in the seventeenth centuryThe history of numerical methods for finding roots of nonlinear equationsAn original play featuring a dialogue between George Boole and Augustus De Morgan that explores the relationship between themKey issues in the digital preservation of mathematical material for future generationsA look at the first twenty-five years of The American Mathematical Monthly in the context of the evolving American mathematical communityThe growth of Math Circles and the unique ways they are being implemented in the United States Written by leading scholars in the field, these papers will be accessible to not only mathematicians and students of the history and philosophy of mathematics, but also anyone with a general interest in mathematics.
Marco Polo Pocket Guide Sri Lanka: the Travel Guide with Insider Tips. Explore Sri Lanka with this handy, pocket-sized, authoritative guide, packed with Insider Tips. Discover boutique hotels, authentic restaurants, the country's trendiest places, and get tips on shopping and what to do on a limited budget. There are plenty of ideas for travel with kids, and a summary of all the festivals and events that take place in Sri Lanka. Let Marco Polo show you all this diverse island has to offer... From the beaches of the Indian Ocean to the famous Temple of the Tooth in the mountains, see fine colonial buildings in the capital Colombo, elephants and leopards in Yala West National Park, go rafting on the same river in which Alec Guinness swam in the 'Bridge on the River Kwai', experience (under cover of darkness and with conservationists) the spectacle of sea turtles coming to lay their eggs on the beach. This is Sri Lanka! Your Marco Polo Sri Lanka Pocket Guide includes: Insider Tips - we show you the hidden gems and little known secrets that offer a real insight into Sri Lanka where you can enjoy a spectacular train trip through the mountainous highlands or see hundreds of dolphins frolicking off the coast. Best of - find the best things to do for free, the best `only in' Sri Lanka experiences, the best things to do if it rains and the best places to relax and spoil yourself. Sightseeing - all of the top sights are organised by region so you can easily plan your trip. Discovery Tours - specially tailored tours that will get you to the heart of Sri Lanka. Here are inspirational itineraries that will help you enjoy all of Sri Lanka's wonderful scenery, and delicious local seafood cuisine. Sri Lanka in full-colour - Marco Polo Pocket Guide Sri Lanka includes full-colour photos throughout the guide bringing the country to life offering you a real taste of what you can see and enjoy on your trip. Touring App - you can download any of the Discovery Tours to your smartphone, complete with the detailed route description and map exactly as featured in the guide, free of charge. The maps can be used offline too, so no roaming charges. The perfect navigational tool with distance indicators and landmarks highlighting the correct direction to travel in as well as GPS coordinates along the way. Enjoy stress-free sightseeing and never get lost again! Road Atlas and pull-out map - we've included a detailed road atlas and a handy, pull-out map so you can pop the guide in your bag for a full-on sightseeing day or head out with just the map to enjoy your Discovery Tour. Trust Marco Polo Pocket Guide Sri Lanka to show you around this diverse island. The comprehensive coverage and unique insights will ensure you experience everything Sri Lanka has to offer and more. The special tips, personal insights and unusual experiences will help you make the most of your trip - just arrive and enjoy.
Do you know how the Temple Bar area got its name? Can you name 10 facts about Guinness? What do Irish county names mean? The addictive lists in this collection cover Ireland's past and present, buildings and streets, famous people, and lots more. It contains curious facts, unusual statistics and quotations: it chronicles achievements, failures, tragedies and scandals; it lists eccentrics, prison escapes and much more. Over 150 lists will amuse, amaze, and inform while you baffle, educate, and entertain friends.
Fodor's Dublin 25 Best is a great travel companion for travelers who want a light, easy-to-pack guidebook to one of Europe's most exciting cities. DISCERNING RECOMMENDATIONS: Fodor's Dublin 25 Best offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their visit, providing great places to shop, eat, sleep, and drink for every budget. PULLOUT MAP: A handy, weather-resistant pullout city map provides essential information. GORGEOUS PHOTOS AND MAPS: Full-color pictures and full-size street maps cover the best Dublin has to offer, all in an easy-to-use package. INDISPENSABLE TRIP-PLANNING TOOLS: Save time and space by having Dublin's top 25 sights and experiences in one convenient guidebook. Neighborhood walks show off the best of the city with self-guided tour ideas. Plan excursions outside the city with the Farther Afield section. PRACTICAL TIPS: Travel like a local with our Need to Know section, filled with useful travel tips. COVERS: Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Glasnevin, Guinness Storehouse, James Joyce Museum, Kilmainham Gaol, National Museum, St. Stephen's Green, Temple Bar,Trinity College. ABOUT FODOR'S AUTHORS: Each Fodor's travel guide is researched and written by local experts.
'MODERN REGIONALISM: The architecture of Sarbjit Bahga' is a monograph on the selected works of Indian architect Sarbjit Bahga. He has more than three-and-a-half decades of practical experience in designing of various types of buildings, complexes and large campuses. His completed works include an eclectic and impressive range of administrative, recreational, educational, medical, residential, commercial and agricultural buildings. His building designs are innovative and responsive to function, climate and materials. He is a staunch modernist and an ardent, yet not blind, admirer of Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Louis Kahn. He is three-time recipient of the World Architecture Community Awards. His name has been featured in the Guinness Book of World Records for designing the 'longest covered concrete corridor' in Vidya Sagar Institute of Mental Health, Amritsar. The main focus of this book is to present a few selected works of the architect which portray his prolific approach to the designs of the diverse range of building types. Of more than 200 projects he has designed, only 54 have been included in this treatise. These projects have been subdivided into seven categories i.e., Office Buildings, Recreational Buildings, Educational Buildings, Healthcare Buildings, Residential Buildings, Public Infrastructure, and Agricultural Buildings. These projects cover a vast range of scale from a tiny house and office building to sprawling campuses. Irrespective of their scale, these projects portray the accumulated design philosophy of the architect which has been elaborated in detail in the second chapter, 'About the Architect'. The first chapter of the book titled, 'Metamorphosis of Architecture in Post-Independent India' dwells on the transition, development and transformation of modern Indian architecture since 1947. The projects included in the next seven chapters have been explained both objectively and subjectively, and well-illustrated with photographs and drawings which are uniformly drawn in a minimalist manner. The last chapter titled 'Biography', is a brief description of the architect's life, works, achievements, awards, honours, and publications. The book is authored by Supreet Singh Bahga, a Doctorate from Stanford University, USA, and Assistant Professor at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. Christopher Charles Benninger, a renowned American-Indian architect/planner, and allumnus of MIT, and Harvard University, USA, has written the foreword essay, 'In Search of an Indian Architecture: Modern Regionalism.' The book will be of immense value to the architects, urban designers, planners, engineers and the students of these disciplines. Apart from this, it will act as an important link between the past and future developments in the profession of architecture in the Indian context. Future historians will find a lot of valuable content in this compilation. It is an earnest attempt to keep the beacon of architecture glowing in the minds of the generations to come.