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Villa Mandarinas | Spectacular Villa For Rent

This architectural masterpiece cascading down six beautiful tiers of native vegetation, dramatic cliffs and colorful gardens overlooking the beach is located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The breathtaking Villa Mandarinas is available for rent, it has a 15,000 sq.feet cliffside construction, consists of 7 bedrooms and can confortably acommodate up to 14 adults. There is one downside to this amazing home, it is very difficult to leave.



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T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN | Image

T-TOP ROOF TENTS | BY EEZI-AWN

If you like jeep adventures and camping, you must know of the hazards of camping in the wild. South African company EEzi-Awn sure knows about the hazards they been making roof-top tents for 25 years. By camping on your jeepīs roof-top you will keep safe from wildlife, insects, and avoid damp terrain when it rains....
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PRISMA GUITARS

The beautiful Prisma Guitars are made from used skateboard decks! Built out of a workshop in San Francisco, California, these one-of-a-kind guitars are designed by Nick Pourfard a self-taught woodworker and industrial designer with a great passion for skateboarding and music. All guitars are 100% handmade using the wood from broken and used skateboards resulting in a completely unique design for every build. watch the video...
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EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER | Image

EVERLAND HOTEL PARIS | ONE ROOM HOTEL WITH FRONT ROW VIEWS OF THE EIFFEL TOWER

Everland Hotel was designed by Swiss architects Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, the hotel is located in spectacular places around the world. In todays post, we feature the Hotel Everland in Paris, which is actually a hotel room with a spectacular view of the City of Lights. Initially located above the Gallery of Contemporary Art Leipzig, the 10 tonnes "capsule" was moved onto the roof of the Palais de Tokyo, with the help of a 20 ton crane....
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