Mountain Horse

19 Apr 19
Aklımda Günbatımı

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19 Apr 19
Sound Books

Below are Nickelodeon USA’s currently announced April 2019 premiere highlights for Nick, Nicktoons, Nick Jr., Nick at Nite and TeenNick: Latest Update – 4/19: A few updates. (Check back regularly for the latest updates!)Channel selector: Nickelodeon | Nicktoons | Nick Jr. on Nickelodeon | TeenNick | Nick@Nite | Nick Jr. | TV Land | Digital […]

19 Apr 19
Sortathing

Original Digital, Black & White and Manipulated Photograph, measuring: 14.00W x 20.00H x 0.20D Inches, by: Ed Freeman (United States). Styles: Fine Art. Subject: Nature. Keywords: shadows, spiritual, sun, Iceland, dramatic, horses, mountain, nature. This paper digital photography is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art […]

19 Apr 19
The Burgeoning Environmental Crises

بنگر کہ جوئے آب چہ مستانہ می رود مانندِ کہکشاں برگیبانِ مرغزار در خوابِ ناز بود بہ گہوارۂ سحاب وا کرد چشمِ شوق بہ آغوشِ کوہسار از سنگ ریزہ نغمہ کشاید خرامِ او سیمائے او چو آئینہ بے رنگ و بے غبار [Look how beautifully and like the milky way The stream meanders through the […]

19 Apr 19
Shape The Culture.

Welcome back to Shape The Culture! Thank you for tuning into another one of our weekly messages. This week, we are continuing our series CHOSEN. We’ve looked into the lives of Habakkuk, Moses, and David so far. Their stories have brought us insight on how we can make the choice to live our lives as […]

19 Apr 19
nattocatto

The first time I skied with Dave Treadway I was so petrified that I was shaking in my boots. I could feel fear rushing through my veins and into the core of my soul, but it wasn’t because we were about to drop into some gnarly spine in Alaska or because we had moutaineered our […]

19 Apr 19
Luke Seibert's Blog

Recently, I have been reading through John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, and I had the opportunity this past Sunday to watch a new animated version of the book (1).  The movie was very well done, accurately portraying the journey of Christian and his friends. If you are not familiar with the story, Bunyan narrates in his allegory the […]

19 Apr 19
Older Nomads

At the end of our Peru adventure, we have eight days on our own before the tour of Chile begins on April 1st. We decide to spend the free time in Chile rather than linger in Peru. After a night flight from Lima to Santiago we hop on the reliable Turbus to one of the […]

19 Apr 19
The Sun
THERE is nothing quite like getting out of the city and breathing in some fresh country air. If there is anything better than a day in the British countryside, a day in the Italian countryside might be it. The only thing better than a perfect day in the British countryside is a perfect day in the Italian countryside, at the The luxurious La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort For picturesque views, few places can top the rolling hills of Tuscany. With warm sunshine, idyllic olive groves and lip-smacking food and wine, it is the perfect place to chill out for a few days. Following a short flight to Florence, we climbed winding roads into those stunning hills. After a few hairpin bends – and a sigh of relief – we left the city far below to arrived at La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort. The luxurious hotel is nestled deep in the countryside but is not as cut off as you might think. It is less than ten miles from the city of Siena, home to some 14th century towers and worth the trip for a day’s sightseeing. The hotel – part of Hilton’s Curio Collection – was a medieval estate and some of the original buildings are now guest areas. No two rooms are the same and ours was filled with quirky art and antiques. The fun mix of old and new made the hotel feel unique. The resort is spread across two villages, Borgo Bagnaia and Borgo Filetta, so it didn’t feel crowded. Clearly, lots of guests were here to enjoy the golf, spending most of their days out on the 18-hole course. Golf isn’t my sport but if anything could lure me into teeing off, playing under the Italian sun would do it. Channel your inner Rory McIlroy here and you can enjoy incredible views at the same time as polishing your swing. But I was quite happy to sip prosecco, munch local cheese and watch others head out with their clubs. It wasn’t all idling. There were lots of other activities to keep us – and the golf widows – amused. The hotel’s Buddha Spa offers a variety of Clarins treatments and thermal spring-water pools Enjoy the incredible view while relaxing at the pool or polishing your swing on the golf course As the resort is spread over two villages it never feels crowded While hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking were all available, we slapped on the sunscreen and signed up to explore the local pathways on foot. If you are feeling brave, hire a moped and zip off as the locals do, to soak in more culture further afield or visit the nearby vineyards. After all that exercise, I fully deserved my visit to the hotel’s Buddha Spa. With thermal spring-water pools and a selection of blissful Clarins treatments it is a “bellissimo” addition if you fancy a pamper. You can’t visit Italy without getting stuck into the fabulous food – and we certainly did. You could spend all your time tucking into tasty Tuscan treats and never get bored. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TRAVEL” posts_category=”324″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The hotel mixed relaxed eating with more formal restaurants, each offering local flavours in freshly prepared dishes. Whatever you do, don’t leave without trying the tiramisu. After a few happy nights under the Tuscan sun, I was sad to say “Ciao!” to this lovely place. Don’t leave the Italian heaven without trying tasty Tuscan treats such as the lip-smacking wine and the tiramisu [bc_video video_id=”6009945489001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Artist Alfredo Lo Brutto snaps incredible image of Jesus figure in the clouds during beautiful sunset in Agropoli, Italy”]
19 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
THERE is nothing quite like getting out of the city and breathing in some fresh country air. If there is anything better than a day in the British countryside, a day in the Italian countryside might be it. The only thing better than a perfect day in the British countryside is a perfect day in the Italian countryside, at the The luxurious La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort For picturesque views, few places can top the rolling hills of Tuscany. With warm sunshine, idyllic olive groves and lip-smacking food and wine, it is the perfect place to chill out for a few days. Following a short flight to Florence, we climbed winding roads into those stunning hills. After a few hairpin bends – and a sigh of relief – we left the city far below to arrived at La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort. The luxurious hotel is nestled deep in the countryside but is not as cut off as you might think. It is less than ten miles from the city of Siena, home to some 14th century towers and worth the trip for a day’s sightseeing. The hotel – part of Hilton’s Curio Collection – was a medieval estate and some of the original buildings are now guest areas. No two rooms are the same and ours was filled with quirky art and antiques. The fun mix of old and new made the hotel feel unique. The resort is spread across two villages, Borgo Bagnaia and Borgo Filetta, so it didn’t feel crowded. Clearly, lots of guests were here to enjoy the golf, spending most of their days out on the 18-hole course. Golf isn’t my sport but if anything could lure me into teeing off, playing under the Italian sun would do it. Channel your inner Rory McIlroy here and you can enjoy incredible views at the same time as polishing your swing. But I was quite happy to sip prosecco, munch local cheese and watch others head out with their clubs. It wasn’t all idling. There were lots of other activities to keep us – and the golf widows – amused. The hotel’s Buddha Spa offers a variety of Clarins treatments and thermal spring-water pools Enjoy the incredible view while relaxing at the pool or polishing your swing on the golf course As the resort is spread over two villages it never feels crowded While hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking were all available, we slapped on the sunscreen and signed up to explore the local pathways on foot. If you are feeling brave, hire a moped and zip off as the locals do, to soak in more culture further afield or visit the nearby vineyards. After all that exercise, I fully deserved my visit to the hotel’s Buddha Spa. With thermal spring-water pools and a selection of blissful Clarins treatments it is a “bellissimo” addition if you fancy a pamper. You can’t visit Italy without getting stuck into the fabulous food – and we certainly did. You could spend all your time tucking into tasty Tuscan treats and never get bored. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TRAVEL” posts_category=”33″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The hotel mixed relaxed eating with more formal restaurants, each offering local flavours in freshly prepared dishes. Whatever you do, don’t leave without trying the tiramisu. After a few happy nights under the Tuscan sun, I was sad to say “Ciao!” to this lovely place. Don’t leave the Italian heaven without trying tasty Tuscan treats such as the lip-smacking wine and the tiramisu [bc_video video_id=”6009945489001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Artist Alfredo Lo Brutto snaps incredible image of Jesus figure in the clouds during beautiful sunset in Agropoli, Italy”]
19 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
THERE is nothing quite like getting out of the city and breathing in some fresh country air. If there is anything better than a day in the British countryside, a day in the Italian countryside might be it. The only thing better than a perfect day in the British countryside is a perfect day in the Italian countryside, at the The luxurious La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort For picturesque views, few places can top the rolling hills of Tuscany. With warm sunshine, idyllic olive groves and lip-smacking food and wine, it is the perfect place to chill out for a few days. Following a short flight to Florence, we climbed winding roads into those stunning hills. After a few hairpin bends – and a sigh of relief – we left the city far below to arrived at La Bagnaia Golf & Spa Resort. The luxurious hotel is nestled deep in the countryside but is not as cut off as you might think. It is less than ten miles from the city of Siena, home to some 14th century towers and worth the trip for a day’s sightseeing. The hotel – part of Hilton’s Curio Collection – was a medieval estate and some of the original buildings are now guest areas. No two rooms are the same and ours was filled with quirky art and antiques. The fun mix of old and new made the hotel feel unique. The resort is spread across two villages, Borgo Bagnaia and Borgo Filetta, so it didn’t feel crowded. Clearly, lots of guests were here to enjoy the golf, spending most of their days out on the 18-hole course. Golf isn’t my sport but if anything could lure me into teeing off, playing under the Italian sun would do it. Channel your inner Rory McIlroy here and you can enjoy incredible views at the same time as polishing your swing. But I was quite happy to sip prosecco, munch local cheese and watch others head out with their clubs. It wasn’t all idling. There were lots of other activities to keep us – and the golf widows – amused. The hotel’s Buddha Spa offers a variety of Clarins treatments and thermal spring-water pools Enjoy the incredible view while relaxing at the pool or polishing your swing on the golf course As the resort is spread over two villages it never feels crowded While hiking, horse-riding and mountain biking were all available, we slapped on the sunscreen and signed up to explore the local pathways on foot. If you are feeling brave, hire a moped and zip off as the locals do, to soak in more culture further afield or visit the nearby vineyards. After all that exercise, I fully deserved my visit to the hotel’s Buddha Spa. With thermal spring-water pools and a selection of blissful Clarins treatments it is a “bellissimo” addition if you fancy a pamper. You can’t visit Italy without getting stuck into the fabulous food – and we certainly did. You could spend all your time tucking into tasty Tuscan treats and never get bored. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TRAVEL” posts_category=”22″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The hotel mixed relaxed eating with more formal restaurants, each offering local flavours in freshly prepared dishes. Whatever you do, don’t leave without trying the tiramisu. After a few happy nights under the Tuscan sun, I was sad to say “Ciao!” to this lovely place. Don’t leave the Italian heaven without trying tasty Tuscan treats such as the lip-smacking wine and the tiramisu [bc_video video_id=”6009945489001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Artist Alfredo Lo Brutto snaps incredible image of Jesus figure in the clouds during beautiful sunset in Agropoli, Italy”]
19 Apr 19
Play First. Talk Later.

Some spoilers for Red Dead Redemption 2 Butch: Well, did some. I intimidated an art professor in order to get him to say that the mayor’s paintings were real. Then I noticed that the gunslinger dude’s quest was back on, and I liked that quest, so I took the train all the way to Valentine […]

19 Apr 19
Bariatric Chic

What was the phrase you ask? What talk did we need to have? The phrase has 13 little words, 13 innocent words on their own, but when you put them together, they take on a whole new meaning.
“Do you have any ideas where we should go on vacation this year?” Insert horror movie scream right now.

19 Apr 19
The Fan Voted Chart

DISCLAIMER: These are only the results.  I only share these with everyone so they can see how the voting went and how many points each song is earning.  The chart will be revealed Saturday night in the US (Sunday morning for my Australian voters).  You can see the current Hit 100 here (at the time […]