Ideal for use when you are out and about and easy to slip into your bag, backpack or the cup holder in your car. Also great to keep you refreshed on your next adventure when you play your favourite game. The screw-top lid ensures your drink stays fresh and will prevent spills. The brushed stainless steel exterior features printed black line drawings with spot colour added to highlight the Triforce and Link As a practical, everyday item, this 470ml (16floz) double-walled stainless steel water bottle will be a firm favourite used again and again at home or take it to work to keep you refreshed during those long boring meetings. With many companies banning single-use plastic bottles and cups, there has never been a better time to take your own reusable water bottle to work. Supplied as a 470ml (16floz) double-walled stainless steel water bottle with printed design and swing tag.
Enjoy a full day exploring the town of Abhaneri on this tour from Jaipur, with a same-day return. No need to rent a car, as all transportation is included. With commentary from your guide, highlights include Harshat Mata Temple, the famous step-wells (originally used to store water during droughts), and the Monkey Temple.
Bernard Herrmann - Psycho (The Original Film Score) Hitchcock insisted that Bernard Herrmann write the score for Psycho despite the composer's refusal to accept a reduced fee for the film's lower budget. The resulting score, according to Christopher Palmer in The Composer in Hollywood (1990) is perhaps Herrmann's most spectacular Hitchcock achievement. Hitchcock was pleased with the tension and drama the score added to the film, later remarking 33% of the effect of Psycho was due to the music. The singular contribution of Herrmann's score may be inferred from the unusual penultimate placement of the composer's name in the film's opening credit sequence, as it is followed only by Hitchcock's directing credit. Herrmann used the lowered music budget to his advantage by writing for a string orchestra rather than a full symphonic ensemble, contrary to Hitchcock's request for a jazz score. He thought of the single tone color of the all-string soundtrack as a way of reflecting the black-and-white cinematography of the film. The strings play con sordini (with a muting device placed across the bridge) for all the music other than the shower scene, creating a darker and more intense effect. Hollywood composer Fred Steiner, in an analysis of the score to Psycho, points out that string instruments gave Herrmann access to a wider range in tone, dynamics, and instrumental special effects than any other single instrumental group would have. The main title music, a tense, hurtling piece, sets the tone of impending violence, and returns three times on the soundtrack. Though nothing shocking occurs during the first 15-20 minutes of the film, the title music remains in the audience's mind, lending tension to these early scenes. Herrmann also maintains tension through the slower moments in the film through the use of ostinato. Tracklist 1. Prelude/The City/Marion and Sam/Temptation 2. Flight/The Patrol Car/The Car Lot/The Package/The Rainstorm 3. Hotel Room/The Window/The Parlour/The Madhouse/The Peephole 4. The Bathroom/The Murder/The Body/The Office/The Curtain/The Water/The Car/The Swamp 5. The Search/The Shadow/Phone Booth/The Porch/The Stairs/The Knife 6. The Search/The First Floor/Cabin 10/Cabin 1 7. The Hill/The Bedroom/The Toys/The Cellar/Discovery/Finale
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This structure, unique in the world, offers its visitors the magic of going back in time and directly experiencing the ancient techniques of paper production during guided tours in Italian, English, German, French and Spanish.You can admire the centuries-old machinery used in the production of handmade paper: the ancient wooden hammers which, driven by a water wheel, beat and shredded the linen, cotton and hemp rags previously collected in the mighty stone piles; the Dutch car installed in the paper mill museum on November 18, 1745; the eighteenth-century presses used to remove excess water from the sheets; the machine continues in the round. All these machines for the production of paper have been restored and made functional, and are operated during the visit with the strength and power of the waters of the Canneto torrent to make you relive the thrill of creating a sheet of the fine Amalfi handmade paper.
Mangroves are nature's way of building land mass. On Bonaire, the mangrove area at Lac, for generations, has been the island incubator for the various species of fish that thrive in Bonaire's water. The remnants of the old trees can still be seen. The fisherman recognized the importance of mangroves to the eco-system. They used to ply the canopied waterways in their boats, fishing and harvesting mangrove twigs. They used the long, pliable sticks to make mats, window coverings and other useful items. This was done by slicing the twigs into long pieces and weaving them into the desired items. Now that the mangroves are protected and the old fishermen have passed on, this art has been lost. Today the mangroves are used as a recreation area.Want to learn about Bonaire’s history and culture? Step in our air-conditioned van/ car or pickup with our native tour guide and explore the great scenery and history off the Island.
Visiting the two different parts of the great wall.The Mutianyu Great Wall is one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall, it used to serve as the northern barrier defending the capital. The Huanghuacheng Great Wall features appealing sights including submerged parts of the Great Wall under the lake water and the ruins of the Great Wall.It includes English speaking tour guide, round trip cable car (or chair-lift up and toboggan down) at the Mutianyu great wall, entrance tickets to the sights according to my itinerary, private car and driver, hotel pickup and drop-off.It is not including accommodation, any meals, airport transfer and the gratuity to the guide and driver if you are satisfied with their services. It is the 8 hour tour.
Eastern Lisbon used to be an ugly industrial area until it was chosen as the site to host the last world fair of the 20th century, Expo 98. Since then it has reborn into a futuristic glass-and-steel district, home to some wonderful examples of modern architecture. Everywhere you turn, there is a glimpse of the river looking like an ocean (crossed by Europe's longest bridge), water volcanos erupting, wave-shaped benches, exotic greenery and public art by Portuguese and international artists. The famous cable-car overlooks it all, this unashamedly avant-garde side of Lisbon that contrasts with its old historic center.
TOUR ITINERARY:Our tour guide and driver pick you up fromTIEN SA or CHAN MAY Port (Please Let us Know your name Port, Arrival & Departure Time to arrange Pick you up well.Our Guide will be holding a sign with your name to welcomeThen, Transfer to Ba Na Hills.You take the Cable Car to visit GOLDEN BRIDGEYou will be guided through all the amazing parts of the complex, including the famous Golden Bridge with Giant Hands, Flower Garden, Linh Ung Pagoda, Wine Making Cellar, French Village ,Next You have Buffet Lunch .After That, We will return down via the Cable car to get on Car to go to visit Dragon Bridge .Next,we will take you to visit Marble Mountains, which are five marble and limestone hills named after the five elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. From Marble Mountains you can get great city and ocean views and we will explore the natural caves in the mountain,you will get back to the ship on time,we will stop at My Khe Beach on the way back (Used to be China Beach)