The Abandoned Bunkers Of Albania:
If there ever is a nuclear holocaust, Albania is the country you would want to be in. Dotting the landscape across the country like odd shaped mushrooms are bunkers – hundreds and thousands of them along the hillside, between mountain passes and by the side of city streets. They persist as a symbol of the paranoid imagination of Albania’s communist ruler for 40 years, Enver Hoxha.
Google’s New Offices In London:
PENSON’s giddy design looks like a film place, but beneath the glamour, it’s a place of work. Google’s newest office looks like a space station with foosball tables designed by PENSON. Google Engineering’s new London offices are a frivolous exercise in science creative writing set beautification, sated with flat white surfaces and daring rock-solid colors.
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Bed And Breakfast Inns Awards Winners:
An annual ranking of the world’s best bed and breakfast (B&Bs) establishments has suggested that the UK offers the best in the world. TripAdvisor revealed the results of its annual Travelers’ Choice Awards with British B&Bs taking eight of the top ten places around the world — here, a round-up of the winners.
The Twenty One, Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom: The world’s best B&B was The Twenty One, a boutique B&B in the coastal city of Brighton which offers some of the amenities seen in luxury hotels, such as flat screen TVs with DVD player, bathrobes and slippers, iPod docks and a full English breakfast — for rates beginning at £55 (€66).
World’s Most Dangerous Walkway – El Caminito del Rey:
El Caminito del Rey or The King’s Little Path, often regarded as the most dangerous walkway in the world, is located along the walls of El Chorro, a gorge in southern Spain near the village of Álora. Construction of the walkway was started in 1901 when it became apparent that workers at the hydroelectric power plants at Chorro Falls and Gaitanejo Falls needed a mean to cross between the falls, to provide for transport of materials, and for the inspection and maintenance of the channel. The walkway was completed in 1905, but the inauguration did not take place until 1921 when Spanish King Alfonso XIII crossed it and the walkway’s been called The King’s Pathway since.
Traditional Kerala House Architecture:
Pump House Turned As Моdern Ноuse:
Тhis pump house wаs build in 1848. Sеvеrаl months аgо it wаs turned intо а modern house. Great Work!
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