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A Place To Hang Out

A Place To Hang Out

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Espresso Addict

Delonghi Espresso Coffee Makers
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I drink espresso every day. I have become an addict.I typically drink two to three double espressos every day, occasionally more but rarely less.

Coffee can be good for you...and the stronger....

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Koleksi Lembing

Keris Lot

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Hoover Dam, Arizona-Nevada Border, USA

Hoover Dam
Hoover Dam
Hoover Dam
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Located on the borders of Nevada and Arizona, is a principal source of flood control, irrigation and electrical power in the Southwest. Hoover Dam was for many years the largest dam in the world. It is now also one of the most interesting attractions in the west.

Pictures taken flying from Las Vages to Bryce Canyon.

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The Hollywood sign
The Hollywood City
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The Hollywood Entertainment District stretches along the world-famous Walk of Fame down 18-blocks of historic Hollywood Boulevard, from the La Brea Gateway to the corner of Hollywood & Vine and beyond. Many of Hollywood's most famous landmarks are located in this epicenter of the entertainment capital of the world and birthplace of the movie industry. Hollywood’s thriving with a sizzling nightlife scene, fine restaurants, trendy clubs, live broadcast studios, entertainment industry connections, and an upscale urban community you can call home.

the most famous sign in the world - and Hollywood's chief landmark - 50-foot letters spelling HOLLYWOOD sit on the westernmost edge of Griffith Park. Built in 1923 to advertise a land development called HOLLYWOOD-LAND, the structure was intended to be only temporary; despite the subsequent loss of L-A-N-D, the sign has instead become the city's official cultural monument. When first built, the wooden sign was illuminated nightly; today, rebuilt in steel, it's lit only for special occasions. You can view the sign, from many vantage points in Griffith Park by driving straight up Bronson Avenue or Beachwood Canyon, or from the Hollywood Reservoir walking path.

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