Saturday, November 12, 2011

Friday, October 21, 2011

Paris France guide

Eiffel Tower

The most famous monument in Paris was built by Gustave Eiffel for the World Expo 1889, the centenary of the French Revolution, is celebrating 120 years in 2009!. 318 meters to 10,100 tons, this is the monument in the world best remembered and most visited in Europe! If you did not ascend the Eiffel Tower, you have not been to Paris .. Boutiques and restaurants make the program memorable! If you are full of energy, climb the stairs to the 3rd platform. The wisest course is to take the elevator, and take a thousand pictures ... The view seems postcard,! And very, very romantic!
 The tour is required ... Prepare for long lines, especially on week-ends, and our tip is to go in the 2nd or 3rd Saturday at 9am in the morning. Price: € 3.50 to € 9.90 € 5.30 adults and children under 12 years.

Champs  Elysées

The most famous avenue in the world, was created in 1667 by landscape architect André Le Nôtre, where the famous Arc de Triomphe. All lined with numerous cafes, restaurants and shops today and ride a tourist, but mandatory.
If you are in Paris on 14 July enjoy the feast of the Bastille Day, with parades and fireworks in the most beautiful avenue in the world!

Arch of Triumph

Inspired by the Arch of Titus, this monument in the heart of Paris was planned by Napoleon to celebrate his military victories.
 The Arc was completed in 1836 and is one of the great landmarks of Paris, after all there is famous Champs Elysees!
 There is a museum inside and in honor of the Unknown Soldier, where a flame is lit every day at 6:30 in the evening. Illuminated is a show! Wake up, yes, you're in Paris! From there depart 12 avenues, a madness for the drivers. Visits from 9:30 am to 23:00 pm. (Place Charles de Gaulle, Metro Charles-de-Gaulle Etoile, and tel. 01 55 37 73 77

Notre Dame

This wonderful cathedral along the Seine is one of the landmarks of Paris! Gothic, was begun in 1163 in the Middle Ages! Were 170 years of efforts from thousands of medieval architects and craftsmen.

 It was built over a Roman temple and completed in 1330. Note the most beautiful stained glass windows (XIII century) in the background! Several kings and queens were crowned and there was also the scene of violence, when it was looted by revolutionaries, the tank turned into wine. Being recovered and restored at the time of Napoleon. It is the famous cathedral of "Hunchback of Notre Dame", beautiful! AS10 am Mass on Sundays. 17:30 am and you can hear playing the precious organ of 7,800 pipes! It is worth climbing its 422 steps and the view from the top and the famous gargoyles of the most beautiful cities! (Place du Parvis Notre-Dame, Saint-Michel metro)

Monday, September 19, 2011

Ferrari history

Ferrari history

Ferrari Logo
Ferrari left the horse black It Had Been the done on plane Baracca, However, he added a yellow background because it was the symbolic color of his hometown, Modena.One of the hallmarks of Ferrari's your color "rosso corsa" (red race). The use of color Began in the '20s, When the entity would be called the FIA, it was Necessary That the names of Italian red would have to present the French blue, white and German Português green.The prancing horse has not always Been Identified to the Ferrari brand only: Fabio Taglioni used it on his Ducati motorcycle.Taglioni's father was fact a companion of Baracca and Fought with hin in the 91 th Aero Squadron, but while the fame of the Ferrari Grew, Ducati abandoned the horse; this May Have Been the result of a private agreement Between the two brands.In 1940 Alfa Romeo is absorbed by Mussolini's government and used as a flagship of his government. By this time the Scuderia Ferrari cars Prevented from entering competitions, going to build airplane parts and machine parts.With the end of World War II and the fall of Mussolini and founded the Ferrari brand, with the launch of ITS first model of the road in 1947. The model Launched this year was the Ferrari 125 Sport with a 1500 cc V12 engine.In 1951 the Ferrari gets his first victory in Formula One and in 1956 Juan Manuel Fangio won the world championship behind the wheel of a Ferrari. Also this was a sad year for Enzo Ferrari with the death of his son Dino.In 1961 the teams started getting tough for Ferrari, after internal Conflicts 

Classic Ferrari
That led to the departure of Several board members.Ferrari, still managed to reach a large number of victories in competition and raise his name.In the 60 Ford tried to buy Ferrari, with a view to motor racing. But this attempt failed and Ford established the Ford GT40 That Got Away with the dominance of Ferrari in the 24 hours of Le Mans, Which lasted from 1960 until 1965.As a result of financial problems was going through That Ferrari, Fiat, Ferrari Acquired part of it in 1965 Increased to 50% in 1969.To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ferrari, was released in 1987, the Ferrari F40, Which is the fastest road car in the world by height.In 1988 Enzo Ferrari Died at the age of 90 years and in That Same year, Fiat Increased STI control to 90%.In 1997 Ferrari acquires 50% of Maserati to Fiat, and Shall have full control of the brand in 1999. Ferrari Maserati used STIs luxury division until 2005, When he would return control to FIAT.Ferrari continued to Achieve great things in racing, failed to win the Formula One constructors' category, from 1999 to 2004 with drivers Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello.Ferrari in 2003 in memory of ITS founder, Enzo Ferrari launches a supercar based on the technology used in Formula 1.The prancing horse is now a trademark of Ferrari.

1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Selena Gomez - Selena Gomez 2011 pictures

Selena Gomez picture 1
Young Selena Gomez picture

Selena Gomez Miley Cyrus and  Demi Lovato  Teen Choice
(Wallpaper, clik to enlarge)

Monday, March 14, 2011