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Worlds Largest Swimming Pool | San Alfonso Del Mar Resort Chile

This is insane! Located at the emblematic San Alfonso de Mar resort in Chile, its pool holds the current Guinness record as the world’s largest crystalline water pool, with an extension of 1.013km in length, eight hectares and 250 million liters of water. Hard to imagine? We are talking about nothing less than the equivalent to 6,000 familiar 8-meters-long pools. The pool is so large that tourists actually cruise along in sail boats and kayaks.



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PlansMatter

PlansMatter is the Airbnb for fans of great architecture. This new app/service offers a choice of homes available to rent, but unlike its famous predecessor, all the listings are stunning works of art. The site lists several modern rental houses designed by respected architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Olson Kundig, Christian Muller, and many more. The goal is to make these places easily available for architecture nerds to experience on their own. The site also b...
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WILLOW TREEHOUSE

Looking for a place to go offline and connect with nature? This peaceful hideaway is located just outside the town of Woodstock, less than two hours drive from New York City. The Willow Treehouse looks out over the magnificent Catskills mountain range, quietly nestled within the dense woodland forest. Tucked away on 35 acres of private land and settled among the trees, overlooking a small, swimmable pond, the lofted cabin features an open plan layout with everything...
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GEORGE LUCAS A LIFE

George Lucas: A Life is the long-awaited life-story of the cinema legend and Star Wars creator. This is the first biography of the director to encompass the Star Wars prequels and everything that followed, such as the blockbuster series with Indiana Jones. The book takes us back to 1977, where a problem-plagued, budget-straining independent science-fiction film opened in a mere thirty-two American movie theaters. That was of course The Star Wars, now one of the most...
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