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    1.0 Introduction: Marina Bay Sands, first opened its doors on 17 February 2011. It is a hotel resort which is a modern architectural design, the look of three towers attached by a sky terrace above, designed by Moshe Safdie that took inspirations from card decks. Marina Bay Sands is developed by Las Vegas Sands, which property worth of 8 billion now. Moreover, it won the proposal to meet Singapore’s economic and tourism goals. Marina bay sands Singapore, its business is mainly hospitality. They possess the world longest pool, the Infinity pool as well as 11 restaurants by the famous Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, Wolfgang Puck, Daniel Boulad etc. For entertainment purposes, there is more than 1000 tables and 1400 slot machines prepared in…

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    In order to ease population pressure, the Singapore government to build Marina Bay Sands in the one hand to increase the employment rate. On the other hand to increase Singapore economy stimulate growth when everyone comes Singapore to travel. ANALYSIS AND RESULTS One common feature of high-rise building is having a steel framework to support other structures. The structure of MBS’s walls are not load-bearing and consist of large areas of windows made possible by the concept of steel frame and…

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    A Beach: A Short Story

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    quad riding. That was pretty much the best part of these trips as we did not have much area back home to ride around. The Pismo Beach dunes are exactly what they sound like, dunes by the beach. Everyone in my family had something to ride so we would all head out there for hours just craving up the dunes and it was so much fun. Some of the dunes out there are really huge. I saw one really big hill and tried to climb it on my little quad. If you got stuck it was especially scaring because you are…

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    Setting: Soil symbolizes the setting in the novel “Witness” because like the soil is the base of a plant, the setting is the foundation of where and when the story takes place. The specific setting in the book is in “Vermont” and the time period is “1924” (Hesse 1). This provides the reader with a very general and basic idea but does not fully explain the setting. To enhance this, a social setting also exists and it is the main conflict, discrimination developed by the Ku Klux Klan entering…

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    Desert Safari Essay

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    Client URL: http://deluxosphere.com/ Desert Safari Tips That Can Make the Trip More Pleasant and Enjoyable Most probably, one of the things that top your travel bucket list is taking a desert safari. As many travelers say, it is the most fun activity that you can do in the desert. If you are going to a destination that is known for having great sand dunes, then it is something that you cannot miss. However, keep in mind that such kind of trip is that all comfortable and convenient. Here are…

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    our boards pressed on the side of our abdomen and hips. The feel of sea drizzle upon my toasted red cheeks I just couldn't help but smile. As the moon pulled the tide in and out, time was not apparent in my mind. The first attempts proved that I wasn't a natural-born surfer by any means. Then all at once, the perfect curl begun to emerge, my heart racing and chills climbing up my spine. Floating for a split second, pure bliss took over my body. I fell into the water swirling in the waves and…

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    Beach Escapade Essay

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    I've been thinking about the beach, waters and the sands for weeks now realizing I haven't even shared our Canyon Cove getaway yet. It is something that is worth sharing for and I can't believe I almost forget to blog about it. So without further adieu, here is the story of our first long drive (just the three of us) and beach escapade. The best part is, it was well an unplanned trip. January was supposed to be a month for our barkada (college friends) outing. Our personal belongings were all…

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    When people hear “Sheepshead Bay”, they always think about the big beautiful houses and small local business surrounding the bay area. The bay is a portion that separates Coney Island from Manhattan Beach. It has a small boardwalk where many of the local businesses have settled down for years. People know the area to be a small and close friendly neighborhood. However, there are more sightings of condos being built in this neighborhood that was once filled with big houses and small stores. In…

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    Generations of Reliability With his fishing rod in tow, an elderly gentleman waves goodbye to his wife and embarks in his Subaru. In another scene, a young man drives along the highway in the early morning with a surfboard attached to his roof. Their stories diverge when they both arrive at the beach to share their love of surfing and the dependability of their Subarus. The commercial for the new Subaru Crosstrek utilizes an effective combination of compare and contrast, pathos, and ethos…

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    The ocean stretched in an endless horizon; it was the most spectacular sight, while the first tear drop allowed the rest to create a stream. With tears rushing down my face, I could not do anything but sit across the crawling waves drenching the sand. I reached out for the golden sand and sifted a handful of small worthless stones through the gaps of each finger. The droplets of salty water stung my wounds in my bloody barefoot, as the waves slithered its way up. The pain was numbed by the…

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