Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Art place in Madrid

Hotel Puerta America is a sleek, contemporary Hotel characterised by its bold, colourful façade. Created by world renowned architects and designers, the Hotel is situated five kilometres from the airport and 200 metres from the nearest metro station. The 342 ultra-modern guestrooms are each on individually designed floors. All are equipped with amenities including wireless internet connections, cable television, minibars, bathrobes and bathroom telephones.

  • Children Stay Free – Under The Age Of 10,
  • Coffee Shop Or Cafe,
  • Concierge Desk – With Desk,
  • Conference Room(s),
  • Currency Exchange,
  • Dry Cleaning Service,
  • Elevator/Lift,
  • Express Check-In,
  • Fitness Equipment,
  • Full-Service Health Spa,
  • Garden – 24 Hours,
  • Health Club,
  • In House Bar,
  • Laundry Facilities,
  • Parking Garage,
  • Restaurant(s) – In Hotel,
  • Safe-Deposit

  • Air Conditioning,
  • Sauna,
  • Sauna,
  • Security Guard – Guard,
  • Spa – Services On Site,
  • Spa Tub – In Public Area,
  • Swimming Pool – Indoor

Hotel Facilities
  • 24 Hour Security,
  • Banquet Facilities,
  • Bar/Lounge,
  • Business Center,
  • Business
  • Direct-Dial Phone,
  • Electronic Check-Out,
  • Electronic/Magnetic Keys,
  • Extra Towels, Linens, Bedding,
  • Hair Dryer,
  • Housekeeping,
  • In-Room Safe,
  • Internet Access – Wireless,
  • Minibar,
  • Pay Movies,
  • Private Bathroom,
  • Voice Mail,
  • Wake-Up Calls,
  • Welcome Amenities,
  • Wheelchair Accessible,
  • Window Opens

Friday, December 2, 2011

Seattle Asian-Museum-

Seattle Asian Museum reopens its doors two week ago. The institution used to be housed in an old garage and now is really fantastic home for Seattle’s Chinatown district. This museum is unique from its a self-created tribute to a hyphenated existence.

As well as the museum is called after Wing Luke, a Seattle city councilman who died in a plane crash in 1965. The museum will be a cultural home for local Asian-Americans, paying homage to their accomplishments and recounting how they overcame the many obstacles once thrown in their way.

The museum also has a balconied room on a top floor where traditional Chinese family associations would meet. The room is decorated with tin ceiling and original paintings and Chinese landscapes mixing with American scenes.