You will enjoy a wonderful tour for the whole day. Well head to the outskirts of Huelva. You will find out where he passed the Navigator Columbus. Columbus himself was looking for a new way of India. Here he encountered a new continent that changed the way of life of the old Europe. Well head to Muelle de las Carabelas, which houses copies of the 3 naos that went on Columbus first trip. You will visit the Muelle de las Carabelas Museum, as well as the medieval quarter and Encuentro Island.October 12, 1492 Navigator Christopher Columbus called this place San Salvador. Then we will go to the monastery of Santa Mara de La Rabida. Then stop in the town of Moger, where you can see the monastery of Santa Clara.
Hampton Court Palace, built by King Henry VIII 500 years ago, is a fantastic example of Tudor extravagance and royal wealth.Sir Christopher Wren almost doubled its size during the late 1600's for King William & Queen Mary, creating a royal residence of baroque opulence and grandeur.It was expanded again fifty years later for the Hanoverian monarchs (the Georgians). There's a lot to see here and it's all pretty amazing.Is Hampton Court spectacular? Beautifully featured? Grandly furnished? Jammed packed with art and treasures and full of history? Of course it is. It's a Royal Palace!I am your driver and walking guide throughout the day.The drive back to central London takes an hour.The Royal London Tour, during the afternoon, covers the royal City of Westminster: Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace, Westminster Abbey and other Royal Highlights.The entire day is a right royal romp!
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2002 reissue of 2001 album for the acclaimed Irish singer/songwriter best known for his 1996 duet with Van Morrison for President Clinton, an event that was televised worldwide to an audience of one billion. Already certified platinum in his native land, 'Get on with Your Short Life' provides the perfect showcase for Kennedy's silky smooth Irish voice & beautiful, heartfelt lyrics. Includes the single 'Get on with Your Short Life' & the UK bonus tracks, 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart', 'Before the Night Is Through', 'Here I Am', 'New York' & Get on with Your Short Life' (Remix). 17 tracks. You Take My Breath Away Get On With Your Short Life Christopher Street Everytime Call Me Old Fashioned The Reason We Are Here (Looking In) The Wrong Place Don't Look At Me That Way If You Love Me The Wandering Kind The Ballad Of Killaloe So What If It Rains Only Love Can Break Your Heart Before The Night Is Through Here I Am New York Get On With Your Short Life (Remix)
Based on characters from Stephen King's novel, THE DEAD ZONE, this sci-fi series explores what happens when a model citizen nearly loses his life and then wakes up six years later with psychic powers allowing him to see into the life of anyone he happens to touch. When viewers first met Johnny Smith (Anthony Michael Hall, in a role played by Christopher Walken in David Cronenberg's 1983 adaptation), he was leading a wholesome life in a picture-perfect small town. A science teacher, Johnny was a devoted son to his widowed mother, a role model to his pupils, and a devoted fiance to his soon-to-be wife and fellow teacher Sarah until a near-fatal accident landed him in a coma for six years. Upon waking, Johnny had to deal with the fact that the life he remembered had ceased to exist, and that his new powers were just as burdensome as they were valuable. Collected here is every episode from the fifth series.
Based on characters from Stephen King's novel, THE DEAD ZONE, this sci-fi series explores what happens when a model citizen nearly loses his life and then wakes up six years later with psychic powers allowing him to see into the life of anyone he happens to touch. When viewers first met Johnny Smith (Anthony Michael Hall, in a role played by Christopher Walken in David Cronenberg's 1983 adaptation), he was leading a wholesome life in a picture-perfect small town. A science teacher, Johnny was a devoted son to his widowed mother, a role model to his pupils, and a devoted fiance to his soon-to-be wife and fellow teacher Sarah until a near-fatal accident landed him in a coma for six years. Upon waking, Johnny had to deal with the fact that the life he remembered had ceased to exist, and that his new powers were just as burdensome as they were valuable. Collected here is every episode from the sixth series.
A comfortable bus will take you from the hotel and we will embark on our journey (drive time is 2 hours).Our first stop will be the Three Eyes cave. This cave got its name thanks to three crystal clear lakes located at a depth of 15 meters. However, in 1916, the fourth lake was discovered, which is considered to be the most spectacular. And we will definitely visit it!Our next stop will be the colonial city. Here we can plunge into the atmosphere of authenticity and feel the spirit of the Spanish conquerors. You will enjoy an exciting walk along the first street of the New World, a visit to the house of Diego Columbus, a fort of the 16th century and the first temple of the New World, where the ashes of Christopher Columbus were found.At the end, you will have lunch with a gorgeous view of the colonial square.Next, we will go to the eastern part of the city, where we will visit the Columbus Lighthouse.
Decades before blockbuster Extended Cuts were common, Superman proved a true Man of Tomorrow. Superman: The Movie received an ahead-of-its-time makeover for its television premiere - nearly 40 more minutes of story, creating a two-night television event. Audiences had already been swept off their feet by Christopher Reeve's Last Son of Krypton, and now there was more to enjoy. Unseen in decades, this version is paired here with Richard Donner's definitive vision of his film, the Special Edition Director's Cut (2000), to create a supersized celebration of Metropolis' favourite son that preserves the director's intent while feeding superfan demands. Extras: (On Superman: The Movie Special Edition Disc); Commentary by Director Richard Donner and Creative Consultant Tom Mankiewicz, 3 Documentaries: Taking Flight: The Development of Superman, Making Superman: Filming the Legend, and The Magic Behind the Cape, Screen Tests, Restored Scenes, Additional Music Cues, Music-Only track
Hugely significant to Jarman, his biopic of the Italian Baroque painter with whom he strongly identified was developed over many years. Ultimately shot on 35mm film, it looks incredible: the tableaux and sets project rich, painterly depth, brightness and colour. Sean Bean and Tilda Swinton deliver fine performances as the model and partner caught up in a complex and fatally doomed love triangle with the famous artist. Caravaggio struggles to reconcile the demands of authority (in the form of his church patrons) with his own artistic and sexual needs a tension then very close to Jarman's heart. Available here in High Definition for the first time outside of 2018's Jarman Vol.1 (1972-1986), Caravaggio is arguably the director's most popular film. Special Features: Caravaggio in Docklands (1985, 15 mins): shot on VHS by director Ron Peck (Nighthawks), this footage was recorded at Limehouse Studios on the Isle of Dogs, East London where Derek was about to shoot Caravaggio Kind Blasphemy: Nigel Terry on Derek Jarman and Caravaggio (2007, 7 mins): the actor and star of Caravaggio shares his memories of meeting and working with Derek Jarman Tilda Swinton on Caravaggio and Derek Jarman (2007, 9 mins): interview with the Oscar-winning actress Italy of the Memory: Christopher Hobbs on Caravaggio (2007, 8 mins): archive interview with the film s production designer Dexter Fletcher on Caravaggio (2014, 10 mins): the actor and director recalls his first meeting with Derek Jarman Christopher Hobbs Remembers Caravaggio (2018, 6 mins): further reminiscences of the making of Caravaggio Derek Jarman interviewed by Derek Malcolm (1986, 58 mins, audio only) Caravaggio Score Recording Sessions (1986, 64 mins, audio only): extensive new selection of hauntingly beautiful audio outtakes Audio commentary with Cinematographer Gabriel Beristan Assorted Galleries: Derek Jarman's Notebook, Storyboards, Production Designs and original notes by Jarman Original theatrical trailer Fully illustrated booklet with writing on the film, and full film credits