Now we all know Skateboard P been ballin for some years now, droppin all these damn hits for every body, from Jay-z to Nore, Nelly,T.I. as the list goes on and on, so you know he could afford to drop around 14 milli at any given moment. And he did on this Miami South Beach home!
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Miami Heat star LeBron James purchased the three-story home overlooking Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove outside South Beach for $9 million.
His new mansion reportedly includes six bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, a wine cellar, library and home theater.
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Call us chickens if you’d like. We have been called worse. But I am sure I can speak for everyone in the UML offices. We would not go anywhere near this.
At 121 feet in length, “The Excalibur” at the Bjoeks Climb Center in Groningen, The Netherlands, is considered to be the tallest climbing wall in the world.
The weather is changing, school is starting, and the boys of fall are ready to take the field to defend the honor of their perspective institutions. For years, storied Universities and Colleges have come together backed by their students and Alumni to do battle on the gridiron…and of course…they bring THE band:
This Fall will be no different. Thousands will gather in packed stadiums to witness face-offs between age-old rivalries, watch the Drum major strut his stuff, marvel at the dancing-girls, and relive the tradition of Black College Football. There’s nothing like it in the world. If you’ve experienced an education at one of America’s fine HBCU‘s then you know this all too well…unless your team stinks, your band can’t play, and all the dancin’ girls get confused for mascots! I know, I know, I know, all of you are saying “not my school”, but we all know it’s somebody’s school; and round these parts, we compete for bragging rights. Some of the historic battles scheduled to take place this year:
Clearly defined in the popular tango — “Buenos Aires, la reina de la Plata” — Buenos Aires is the Silver Queen. Along the banks of the Río de la Plata, the city spreads out its eclectic culture of art, music and incomparable nightlife. Buenos Aires was born with its eyes looking toward Europe, and as a result, it displays a touch of Madrid and a touch of Paris. Some assert this mix of styles surpasses the originals. However, the city does reveal its own stamp as well: the tango districts, the ubiquitous colectivo buses, the magic of the coffeehouses, and above all, the dynamism of the proud inhabitants, the Porteños. In this city, there are the poor areas, the large accordians, the spirit of the tango and deeply-entrenched folklore throughout the place. The passage of time has brought urbanism, the avant-garde and tourism which has been caught up by the enchantment of a country that is capable of creating new scenes.
Tourists favor this picturesque district for its rich history and vibrant colors: greens, yellows, reds and purples highlight the urban scenery. Genoese immigrants chose these colors for their classic conventillos or tenements. These colors also dominate the works of the painter Benito Quinquela Martín, who immortalized his beloved barrio. In La Boca , you can eat lunch in a picturesque cantina while enjoying a fine tango show. Other attractions of the district include the exhibitions organized by the Proa Foundation , and the Museo de Cera or wax museum. Up the street in the so-called Vuelta de Rocha area, one will encounter Caminito, the famous street that inspired the popular tango song of the same name. Every weekend Caminito hosts a craft fair where you can purchase anything from a painting to a typical Argentine mate drinking gourd. Also in the area is the soccer stadium, Bombonera , which is home to one of Argentina’s finest soccer clubs, Boca Juniors.
If for some reason a Mogul wanted to travel to Sweden, about 40 miles south of the Arctic Circle, he(or she) could post up in one of these:
The four meter glass cubes are state of the art and eco-friendly! They even have a special film applied that makes them visible to birds so they don’t go crashing into the walls and scare the begeesus out of you while you’re trying to use the state of the art incineration toilet! More pics after the jump…you’ve gotta see these… Continue reading
All day everyday? I don’t know what else to say……
If you ever visit Thailand and you have some duckets to spare why not rent this nice little abode? This home comes equipped with a 256 foot water slide! Skip waiting in line at the local water park when you and your folks can slide until y’all little hearts content.
The world’s first undersea restaurant opened 5 years ago this month at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa Rangali Island, and to celebrate the anniversary the restaurant is offering guests the chance to not only eat under the sea but sleep under it as well. The 12-seat restaurant will be converted to a private bedroom suite for two, complete with private champagne dinner and breakfast in bed.
Ithaa sits five meters below the surface of the Indian Ocean, encased in plexiglass and reached by descending a spiral staircase. The restaurant offers breathtaking views and ‘fusion Maldivian cuisine’ (local cooking with a western twist), and rumor has it that over lunch the place is so bright that guests and staff have to wear sunglasses (they even keep spares on hand and offer a sunglasses cleaning service). Sounds wonderful, although I imagine seeing the sun rise while eating breakfast in bed is even better.