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  • Neon

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  • GROOVE TO THE LEGENDRY EIGHTIE GROOVE TO THE LEGENDRY EIGHTIES TUNES IN DUBAI

    • From: sarahmacadams
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      Remember the bodaciousmusic videos of late eighties and early nineties? Those wild colours, eccentric dance moves, and revolutionary tunes that emerged during this glam era? Since the nostalgia of these years never seem to end, the popular beach lounge Barasti every Wednesday gets you grooving to thislegendary music.

      That does not mean just playing dance music from the likes of Rick Astley, Madonna, or Expose. In the 80s, we loved to dance to rock music, so enjoy plenty of Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, A-Ha, Prince, Guns ‘n Roses and many more legends.Situated at Mina Seyahi’s pristine beach, the venue gives its hip crowds enormous sea views, two floors of a bustling bars, cozy beach settings and playful menus to relish.

      Against this mesmerisingsight imagine tapping to "Every Breath You Take" by the Police or the "Boys of Summer" by Don Henley or the "Summer of '69" by Bryan Adams, as well as A-ha's "Take On Me," which took the black and white to another level with comic-style animation.Yes!You do reminisce the tunes as you sip your favourite drink and shake some style on to the floor. The ‘watchers’ may sit and sink into the harmonies or enjoy the company of other enthusiasts as they bring the beach to life.

       

      The acclaimed Marty Metcalf, Rohan Nunez & DJ Venus know how to take you back in time to a festival of twisted 80s & 90s favourites on the beach. So get your flip flops on, or even better get those funky eighties neon colours, perm-ridden hairstyles or those wicked hairbands and relivea cherished era on the sands of Dubai.  

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  • JesseDunnin

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  • BB King - Memphis BB King - Memphis

    • From: amichka
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    • 2 years ago
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  • Neon Fun Neon Fun

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Snapshot of Neon Toys at a picnic for July 4th celebration.  I thought the lights made a colorful arrangement.

    • 2 years ago
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  • BUDGET TRAVEL IN LOS ANGELES BUDGET TRAVEL IN LOS ANGELES

    • From: ajjordan2
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      downtowner.jpgThe Hollywood Downtowner is a great place to stay for those on a budget. The property is unique in that it is listed in the National Registry of historic buildings-one of the only motels in California with this designation. The retro neon sign is a part of the neon tour and really cool to look at.  I spent 2 nights at the historical property, and there were many attributes that would appeal to the savvy traveler. The rooms come endowed with a spacious king-sized bed, as well as a convenient twin guest bed. Other amenities included for free are high-speed internet, covered parking (a rarity in Los Angeles), HBO movies, refrigerator, microwave and iron with a board.  

       The outdoor pool in the courtyard also accented a nice touch to the Mediterranean-style architecture from the 1950s. In the mornings, I had a complimentary freshly cooked hot breakfast, which included scrambled eggs, pancakes, potatoes, fresh fruit, toast, and other choices. The location was optimal for sightseeing, as it is situated within 10 minutes of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studios, and the Hollywood sign. It is also a 2 minute walk to the Hollywood/Western subway metro station and walking distance to numerous city bus stops.

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    • 2 years ago
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  • Neon Glow Neon Glow

    • From: jfenson
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      Classic western neon sign in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Bright Lights and Neon Bright Lights and Neon

    • From: katiekins570
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      Signs viewed from the Red Garden Food Paradise, a night market in Georgetown, Penang, which included stalls selling all sorts of food, plentiful beer, and live entertainment.

    • 3 years ago
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  • My fabulous trip in Japan - To My fabulous trip in Japan - Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima

    • From: yasmina
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      Japan, both in physical size and global power might be seen as the big brother to Korea, but telling that to a Korean is similar to telling a Scotsman he's English. To the average westerner Japan is probably looked upon as similar to Korea and China but besides eating rice the differences are noticeable. 

      Immediately you are struck at the politeness and accommodation of the Japanese people. Throughout our stay in Japan we experienced great hospitality.

      Tokyo, with a population bigger then that of Delhi, Los Angeles and Beijing combined correctly holds it's reputaton as the great and more expensive city in the world. Taxi's start at 700 Yen (£7; $14; 14,000 won), a meal 1000-1200 yen and a pint of beer around 6-800 yen. However the public transport is superb and in the same manner as Korea, on time to the second. Using the subway (whilst confusing at first) is the best way to see the city, allowing you to see the majority of the city in the two day/nights we were there. The city itself is still recovering from the effects of the Tsunami in March 2011 and still regularly experiences minor after-shocks* with a limit placed on electricity usage at night and the extrememly helpful and normally talkative hostel owner noticeably quietening upon myself asking whether or not Tokyo had fully recovered from the events. Despite this, the famous night-life and shopping Shibuya district located in the west of Tokyo was still swarmed with both people and neon lights on a late August Monday night at 11pm. 

      We had rent an apartment on a vacation rentals website in Japan, even If we didn't found apartment in Korea where we decide to go to hotels.Before leaving Korea we had purchased the JR railway pass (Japan Railways)

       

       Pushing speeds of 300km/h, a journey in a bullet train feels a bit like travelling in a plane, both in appearance and time saved. The journey from city to city (Tokyo>Osaka;Osaka>Hiroshima;Hiroshima>Fukuoka)  took just under 2 hours each. 

      Located between Tokyo and Osaka is Mt. Fuji. The weather was overcast at the time but the mountain can be spotted for miles around and on a clear day the mountain can be seen from Tokyo Tower, 60 miles away. The next three days were spent between Osaka and Kyoto, the two cities close by, separated by a 15-minute train journey. Osaka, big in area but not in attractions can be seen as the opposite to Kyoto, small in size but packed with temples and shrines (both originals and restorations). Once the capital of Japan, Kyoto is one of the few Japanese cities to survive WWII relatively intact and due to this remains a favorite city for many tourists to visit. The city is easy to get around, built in an american grid-like system served by air-conditioned buses much needed on what was an extremely hot and humid day.

       

      After spending the last afternoon in Osaka at the traditional, cultural enhancing Universal Studios it was off to Hiroshima, which along with Nagasaki was subject to the effects of an atomic bomb.

       Here was our trip in this so particular country.

       

      Yasmina

       

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    • 3 years ago
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  • donaldtons

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  • Alan Jackson yacht Clayton, NY Alan Jackson yacht Clayton, NY

    • From: bytheriver
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      Singer, Alan Jackson visited the Antique Boat Show in Clayton, NY.   His yacht "Neon Rainbow" was docked while he walked around viewing the antique boats.  He also had 3 antique boats in the very popular auction. 

    • 3 years ago
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  • New Yorker at Heart New Yorker at Heart

    • From: Martrese
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      I took this photo as I left the Javits Center after picking up my New York Marathon packet in 2007. I lived in New York City for 17 years, and even though my husband & I are extremely happy in our current Portland, Oregon, home, I still feel like a New Yorker at heart.

    • 4 years ago
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  • Moose's Neon Moose's Neon

    • From: Martrese
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      Moose's in San Francisco

    • 4 years ago
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  • Jack Kerouac Neon Jack Kerouac Neon

    • From: Martrese
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      This neon sign, immortalized in a famous photograph of Jack Kerouac, now hangs in my husband's favorite NYC dart bar, The Kettle of Fish on Christopher Street. (His "living room.")

    • 4 years ago
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  • Neon Signs, Seattle's Pike Pla Neon Signs, Seattle's Pike Place Market

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    • 4 years ago
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  • Bourbon Street Neon Bourbon Street Neon

    • From: poshpenny
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      Disneyland it isn't

    • 4 years ago
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  • Neon at Night, Penang Neon at Night, Penang

    • From: katiekins570
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      SIgns advertising "Western Food" and the Hotel Malaysia, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.

    • 4 years ago
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  • Carl's of Fredericksburg Carl's of Fredericksburg

    • From: peghaz
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      Carl's is the iconic frozen custard mecca in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    • 4 years ago
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  • Old Sign Old Sign

    • From: bpiflier
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      Old neon sign in Nashville Tennessee

    • 4 years ago
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  • Churches in China Churches in China

    • From: thelastmangoinparis
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      Because China is offically and atheist country, Catholic Churches are not as common in China as they are in the US or Europe, but the ones that exist all are a marvel.  Many of them lit with neon lights too.  During the day, dozens of brides flock to this particular church in Beijing to take pre-wedding photos.  Fully dressed in white gowns, tiaras and matching grooms, couples will pose for hours while taking pictures to hand out at the wedding and keep for later.  Seeing the bride's dress before the walk down the aisle is not a superstition here!  Once the brides have left, the cameras have been packed up and the groom dragged off for more photos elsewhere, the churches glow with some well placed luminaries.

    • 4 years ago
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