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. Beautiful people. *'''POP Bar''' Very good place, has mixed music as '''BarC''' but it is located in a more accessible location (in the Rose Zone), and it closes earlier (2AM). *'''Paramo Coctales Bar''' located in the "El Cable" sector. Frozen cocktails with tropical flavor. In Paramo you can see all the night life of the zone whilst drinking. *'''Cross Over Music''' Bar C, Vertigo, Britania, Mango Biche. Moliendo cafe, La Bombonera. *'''Salsa Music''' Salomon, Son Salome *

Punta del Este

la Plata. Understand The unspoilt Uruguayan peninsula of Punta del Este is all paradisaical oceanic beaches, exotic sophistication, beautiful people and an ardent night scene. There are many travel sights, including the amazing restaurants. The Monaco of South America. In the last year there has been the shoots of urbanization in the form of high rise building obscuring the sun, however. Tourist season varies wildly from totally deserted in the winter to very very crowded in the summer, unusual for a city this size. Get in Regular buses come back and forth from Montevideo, making Punta del Este a convenient day trip (two hours by bus, see the timetable If you accidentally get off the bus at Maldonado Terminal which is a few kilometers north of Punta del Este you can easily catch a local bus(marked "Punta del Este" in top front) at the stop just behind the bus terminal for 14 Uruguayan Pesos(US$.60) which you pay to the driver. If you are in Buenos Aires, you can take a short direct flight (less than 1 hour) to Punta del Este. Alternatively, you can take the ferry (about 3 hours) from Buenos Aires to Montevideo. Montevideo is approximately two hours (by car) away from the Peninsula of Punta del Este. Get around The bulk of Punta del Este is on a peninsula jutting into the ocean. The perimeter of this peninsula can easily be traversed by foot. To get to La Barra o José Ignacio you had better have a means of transport like a car (renting a car is always going to be the best way to visit all the places). Buses are not very frequent and public transport like taxis usually has to be called over the phone (very expensive compared to standards of the rest of Uruguay). Hitchhiking is common for young people since night clubs are far from each other and people may be staying in places far from the clubs. If you have a car, be kind; pick up someone (especially in the morning, after the clubs have closed). Remember that Punta del Este is very safe, but normal precautions should always be taken. You can rent a moped (scooter) for US$10 hour or US$45 day at several places. See Image:Casapueblo Museum and Hotel, Punta del Este, Uruguay.jpg 300px thumb Casa Pueblo The beautiful sunsets in the port of Punta del Este, La Barra or Jose Ignacio are other spots not too far away (by car), from Punta del Este itself. Go to the beaches, being a peninsula you have two coastlines, one of them is pretty quiet and calm (called "mansa"), and the other one is windy, with some surf spots (called "brava"). Famous beaches includes: "La playa de los Dedos" (The finger beach"), which is near the main street in Punta del Este, close to a surf spot, and it has a giant hand emerging from the sand. In La Barra the Bikini Beach is famous because of the models and famous people that go there. The endless beaches, beautiful seaside mansions, tree-lined streets, chic boutiques, stylish people. * WikiPedia:Punta del Este Dmoz:Regional South America Uruguay Localities Punta del Este Commons:Category:Punta del Este


Krasnoyarsk Opera theater, serves delicious authentic! cuisine of South-Eastern Europe. * '''New York''' right in the center next to the Hotel Krasnoyarsk. English Menu, good food, nice and beautiful people. * '''Cafe Krem''' pr Mira 10, open 24h, English Menu, good for having breakfast. Drink Numerous nightclubs can be found in all parts of Krasnoyarsk, but it's better to avoid those located in suburbs (the clientele can be unpleasant), or very expensive luxury clubs and restaurants

South Beach

. Despite this, poverty and crime still exist in some isolated places surrounding the area. MSNBC: South Beach: Life imitates art, quite vicely In 2009, Natalie O'Neill of the ''Miami New Times'' said, "Until the 1980s, Miami Beach was a peculiar mix of criminals, Cubans, and little old ladies. Then the beautiful people moved in." O'Neill, Natalie. "Gays leave unfriendly South Beach for Fort Lauderdale." ''Miami New Times''. January 12, 2010. 1. Retrieved on January 15, 2010. In the late 1980s, a renaissance began in South Beach, with an influx of fashion industry professionals moving into the area. In 1989, Irene Marie purchased the Sun Ray Apartments (famous for the chainsaw scene in ''Scarface (Scarface (1983 film))'') and opened Irene Marie Models - the first international full-service modeling agency in Florida. Many of the large New York-based agencies soon followed. Thomas Kramer is credited with starting the construction boom in South Beach, driving the gentrification of the area. It is now a popular living destination for the wealthy. Condominium units in the upscale high rises sell for millions. There are a number of vocal critics of the developments. The high-rise and high-density buildings are derided as a "concrete jungle". However, even critics concede that the development has changed the area into a pedestrian friendly, low-crime neighborhood. Jeanne B. Pinder. "Developer Spends $45 Million on Miami Real Estate." THE JOURNAL RECORD . 1993. HighBeam Research. (January 18, 2011). "Miami Beach, Fla., neighborhood nears point of build-out." Knight Ridder Tribune Business News. 2004. HighBeam Research. (January 18, 2011). Today thumb right 200px Lifeguards stand at Lummus Park, Miami Beach Lummus Park (File:South beach miami lifeguard post.JPG). thumb right 250px Ocean Drive (South Beach) Ocean Drive (File:Ocean drive day 2009j.JPG). In both daytime and at nightfall, the South Beach section of Miami Beach is a major entertainment destination with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and hotels. The area is popular with tourists from Europe, Israel and the entire Western Hemisphere, with some having permanent or second homes (Vacation property). The large number of European tourists results in South Beach's tolerance of the female monokini, aka topless (Toplessness) sunbathing, despite it being a public beach. South Beach's residents' varied backgrounds are evident in the many languages spoken. In 2000, 55% of residents of the city of Miami Beach spoke Spanish (Spanish language) as a first language, while English (English language) was the first language for 33% of the population. Portuguese (Portuguese language) (mainly Brazilian Portuguese) was spoken by 3% of residents, while French (French language) (including Canadian French) was spoken by 2%, and German (German language) by 1%. Italian (Italian language), Russian (Russian language), Yiddish (Yiddish language) and Hebrew (Hebrew language) were all spoken by less than 1%. The restaurants featured a distinctive exterior design with South Beach-inspired pastels trimmed with pink and blue neon lights and interiors decorated in a tropical motif. The '''Winter Music Conference''' is a weeklong electronic music conference, held every March since the mid-1980s in Miami, Florida, United States. Venues are hosted primarily in Downtown Miami and Miami's South Beach. It is aimed at professionals such as artists, DJs, record label representatives (A&R) (A&R), producer (music producer)s, promoter (Promoter (entertainment))s, radio and the media (News media). * ''Ol' One Tooth'', 1978, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs (Palm Springs, California) * ''Sea Change'', 1978, South Beach Park, Pier 40, San Francisco * ''Isis'', 1978, North Harbor Drive & Laurel Street, San Diego Posner was fired for expressing her opinion on a YouTube (w:YouTube) video about regulations affecting her South Beach (w:South Beach) neighborhood. Like many rejuvenated (w:urban renewal) communities in the United States, Posner's historic south Fifth Street (w:Ocean Drive) has become the Tribeca (w:Tribeca) of Miami, a fashionable, trendy nightspot with a maelstrom of growth in hotels, restaurants and boutiques that have out-priced many long-term residents.


* '''Malakh Day Spa''', Shoal Bay Beach, next to Gwen's Reggae Grill '''Healty Food Stores''' * '''Simple Natural''', The Valley Respect The beautiful people of Anguilla are incredibly friendly and hospitable. WikiPedia:Anguilla Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Anguilla commons:Anguilla


, and sandalwood, Du Feibao, Du Bai, Lin Nianpei; ''Things Chinese'', China Travel and Tourism Press, 2002, ISBN 7503218568 which are said to preserve the body after death. Guangzhou's "Cantonese" cuisine is famous worldwide, and Hangzhou is known for its prosperity and the beauty of its location. Suzhou is reputed to have the most beautiful people in China, so the line is sometimes given as "''Marry in Suzhou''...". :''Born

of its location. Suzhou is reputed to have the most beautiful people in China, so the line is sometimes given as "''Marry in Suzhou''...". Eason Chan began his Moving On Stage World Tour in Feb, 2008. The already completed stops include: Taiwan, United States,


is famous worldwide, and Hangzhou is known for its prosperity and the beauty of its location. Suzhou is reputed to have the most beautiful people in China, so the line is sometimes given as "''Marry in Suzhou''...". Born in present-day Suzhou, he claimed to be a descendant of the Song Dynasty prime minister and patriot Wen Tianxiang. Wen’s family was originally from Hengyang, Hunan (Hengyang), where his family had established itself shortly after the 10th century

Cook Islands

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at his school, St. Mark's (St. Mark's School of Texas) in Dallas, where he also developed his taste for theatre, joining the same drama group as Tommy Lee Jones. DATE OF BIRTH July 5, 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Dallas, Texas, United States DATE OF DEATH October 23, 2005 Career During his run on ''Thirtysomething'', ''People (People (magazine))'' magazine named him one of the "50 Most Beautiful People". Horton acted in television shows

cultural fabric. Districts Center * Downtown (Dallas Downtown), including the historic West End. Home to a burgeoning residential and nightlife district. * Deep Ellum (Dallas Deep Ellum) is an old warehouse district that has been turned into collection of bars, restaurants, and loft apartments. * Uptown (Dallas Uptown) - Immediately east of the Oak Lawn district—a playground and shopping grounds for the beautiful people of the city. Extends from Woodall Rodgers on the south to Haskell on the north, and from Central Expressway on the east to the Katy Trail on the west. Immediately north of Uptown, and sometimes included as part of it, is the Knox Park neighborhood, which includes restaurants and a plethora of upscale home furnishings shops. "'''Knox Henderson'''" is a split personality urban neighborhood worthy of its own designation. The Knox side west of Hwy 75 is the more upscale half, with many restaurants and upscale home decor shops. The Henderson side lagged behind its Knox half, but is now just as trendy, with a more low-key, relaxed vibe. Henderson hot spots now line Henderson all the way from Hwy 75 to Ross. Knox and the western half of Henderson are very pedestrian friendly. Knox Henderson is just a short walk up the Katy Trail from West Village. Northeast * East Dallas (Dallas East Dallas) - This is the large area north of I-30 and south of Mockingbird, extending from Central Expressway to White Rock Lake and beyond. The closer-in areas are some of the "streetcar suburbs" built from the teens to '30s, with quaint bungalows and neighborhood strips that are teeming with restaurants, taverns, coffeehouses, wine bars, and vintage shops. A large oasis of laid-back in a sometimes uptight city, homey-but-hip East Dallas is a great place to mingle with locals. Contained within East Dallas is Lower Greenville (Dallas Lower Greenville). * Lake Highlands (Dallas Lake Highlands), a largely residential area bordering Garland (Garland (Texas)) on the north and Mesquite (Mesquite (Texas)) on the east. * North Dallas and Preston Hollow (Dallas North Dallas), including the areas along the south side of northern I-635 loop (LBJ) but extending up around the borders of the North Dallas Tollway and Addison. Made up of several upscale neighborhoods, north of the Park Cities and mostly south of LBJ. * Highland Park (Dallas Highland Park) and University Park. One of the wealthiest areas of the city, the "Park Cities" are mostly residential, but also offer world-class shopping opportunities at Highland Park Village (corner of Mockingbird and Preston) and elsewhere. North Park mall is on the northern edge of the Park Cities. University Park is home to '''Southern Methodist University''' (SMU), the Meadows Museum at SMU, and the George W. Bush Presidential Library. Northwest * Northwest Dallas (Dallas Northwest Dallas), home to Koreatown and to Dallas Love Field, the city's second biggest airport. * Oak Lawn (Dallas Oak Lawn), north of downtown, Oak Lawn includes established Turtle Creek highrise living, a multitude of Parks and restaurants, dense, urban neighborhoods of mostly townhomes, apartments, and condos, and also includes the gay district of Cedar Springs. South and West * Oak Cliff (Dallas Oak Cliff), a large low-income, mainly residential district southwest of downtown. '''North Oak Cliff or "Kessler Park"''' is another "streetcar suburb" and is home to upscale homes, from vintage 1930's bungalows, to mid-century modern, to new contemporary. The Bishop Arts District, centered on Bishop and Davis streets, is one of the City's hottest areas for new restaurants, cafes, and boutiques, drawing an eclectic crowd in which the creative class and the gay community are well-represented. North Oak Cliff is a slice of Austin in Dallas. * South Dallas (Dallas South Dallas), home to the Texas State Fairgrounds, Fair Park is open all year and is home to multiple museums. The Cotton Bowl is at Fair Park, and the University of Texas and University of Oklahoma face off on the gridiron here every year in the fall during the Texas State Fair. The Exposition Park neighborhood across from Fair Park and the DART Fair Park stop, is a little hamlet of hipster bars, clubs, and restaurants. * West Dallas (Dallas West Dallas) is largely a blighted area of poverty, but it does feature the one-of-a-kind Belmont Hotel, which has arguably the best views of downtown. West Dallas is easily connected to the Oak Cliff area, and is poised for re-development as part of the Trinity River Project, and the under-construction Hunt-Hill Bridge across the Trinity River, designed by famed Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. Suburbs Some area attractions often thought of as Dallas attractions are actually located in the suburbs, notably the following: * Addison, almost surrounded by North Dallas (Dallas North Dallas), has a lot of restaurants and shopping packed into its 4 square miles. * Arlington (Arlington (Texas)), home to the new Cowboys Stadium, Six Flags Over Texas, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, and the ballpark of the Texas Rangers. * Irving, former home of the Dallas Cowboys' Stadium, it serves as the gateway to the massive DFW airport. * The suburbs of Carrollton (Carrollton (Texas)) and Lewisville, north along I-35E have less to offer in terms of attractions, but provide ample tourist accommodations, plenty of restaurants, and are reasonably close to any Dallas destination. The same might be said for Richardson and Plano, which lie north from Dallas along US-75. * Grapevine has a nice historic main street area and numerous wineries. Understand Many non-natives often have a hard time sizing up Dallas, and indeed, the entire Metroplex. Dallas does not fit many of the typical Texan stereotypes (Western, laid-back, casual), but it also doesn’t often live up to some of the more notorious stereotypes of its own (pretentious, unfriendly, sterile). The truth is, like in many things, somewhere in between. Dallas is a wonderful place with a great deal to offer and an immense and diverse set of attractions, food and people. From the ultra-modern and posh Uptown and Victory developments, to the old-world elegance and upper-crust attitude of Turtle Creek, to the “real life” feel of largely-suburban North Dallas, it is virtually impossible to neatly categorize Dallas beyond this: it is one of the largest cities in America, and a metro area where more and more people are choosing to work and live every year. With that in mind, you should enjoy visiting Dallas for all the same reasons why others choose to live there. 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